• ‘Your Name.’ – Movie Review
  • “Is it Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?” & More Coming from Section23 and Sentai in March
  • ‘The Squid and the Whale’ (Criterion Collection) – Blu-ray Review
  • ‘Nocturnal Animals’ – Movie Review
‘Your Name.’ – Movie Review

‘Your Name.’ – Movie Review

Speak to any anime fan these past couple of months and ask them what has been the most talked about project and chances are they’d ask have the same answer. Rather than a series, what has instead emerged into the consciousness of every fan of the medium has been a ...

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“Is it Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?” & More Coming from Section23 and Sentai in March

“Is it Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?” & More Coming from Section23 and Sentai in March

It’s always nice when companies like the Criterion Collection, Funimation and Sentai Filmworks announce their upcoming scheduled releases for a certain month. For Section23 Films and Sentai Filmworks, their Match titles are being prepped for release, and they have unveiled the titles for those patiently waiting. Kicking off the month ...

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‘The Squid and the Whale’ (Criterion Collection) – Blu-ray Review

‘The Squid and the Whale’ (Criterion Collection) – Blu-ray Review

The Film Director Noah Baumbach has been quietly making strong films in the indie scene for more than two decades now, but if you step back and took a survey from those familiar with his work, chances are many would point to 2005’s The Squid and the Whale as his ...

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‘Nocturnal Animals’ – Movie Review

‘Nocturnal Animals’ – Movie Review

After a seven-year absence, director Tom Ford has returned with his second feature, Nocturnal Animals. It seems only fitting that someone coming from the world of fashion would have such a clear eye for directing, but when thinking about it that profession might actually be the one best suited for ...

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‘La La Land’ (AFI Fest 2016 ) – Movie Review

‘La La Land’ (AFI Fest 2016 ) – Movie Review

There’s a reason Hollywood as a collective has a fascination with Los Angeles. It’s a town that they aspire to make it big in, yet at the same time it’s a city housing a landfill of failed dreams. La La Land, the latest from Whiplash director Damien Chazelle, goes about ...

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Atlus Announces ‘Persona 5’ Delay & Japanese Language DLC

Atlus Announces ‘Persona 5’ Delay & Japanese Language DLC

Anyone familiar with Atlus, especially in regards to the Persona games, will know of their relationship when it comes to original Japanese audio. I can honestly say that after months of stone cold silence from Atlus, they dropped a bombshell earlier today in regards to the highly anticipated Persona 5. ...

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The Before Trilogy & More Join The Criterion Collection in February 2017

The Before Trilogy & More Join The Criterion Collection in February 2017

Criterion’s February slate features pushed back releases, as well as long awaited titles. Kicking off the month on the 7th will be the 2016 film Cameraperson. The film features footage from the 25-year career of documentary cinematographer Kirsten Johnson. The release is also packed with extras that fans of Johnson ...

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‘Crosscurrent’ (AFI Fest 2016) – Movie Review

‘Crosscurrent’ (AFI Fest 2016) – Movie Review

Let’s get the obvious out of the way: Crosscurrent is a frustrating film. It’s a slow, methodically paced picture. With that being said, it also has the ability to touch the deepest center of the body. Themes of gender, spirituality and relationships are topics only covered on the surface of ...

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‘The Salesman’ (AFI Fest 2016) – Movie Review

‘The Salesman’ (AFI Fest 2016) – Movie Review

With the passing of Abbas Kiarostami earlier this year, the Iranian film world lost a major figure. With his foray into other countries, as well as languages, later in his career with titles such as Certified Copy and Like Someone in Love, his work began to reach an even larger ...

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‘Yourself and Yours’ (AFI Fest 2016) – Movie Review

‘Yourself and Yours’ (AFI Fest 2016) – Movie Review

Yourself and Yours, the latest from Hong Sang-soo, at first glance appears to be a rather normal slice-of-life tale. Instead, what’s presented is a story of familiar faces masquerading in plain sight, all while relationships are challenged and strained in the process. It’s an incredibly easy movie to watch, albeit ...

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