Anime Review: Fate/Apocrypha

When I first watched Fate/Zero, I was absolutely taken in by the animation and world-build up. The story’s gripping narrative made it one of my favorites. I also enjoyed Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works, the sequel to Zero. When I watched the Fate series, I hadn’t watched a lot of anime, so I simply enjoyed…

Anime Review: Violet Evergarden [Episode 1]

The hype around Violet Evergarden has been buzzing around the anime community for several months now. So, I have been longing to watch it and all the hype had made me really fervent (as you can notice from the cover-page of this site). I usually wait for all anime to air completely and then binge…

Anime Review- Kimi Ni Todoke [Season 1]

To start it off, I didn’t expect Kimi Ni Todoke to be as good as it was. I’ve come across several anime of the same genre, and after a while the “Shoujo” genre feels as if it keeps repeating itself, while adding small changes into the plot. To be completely honest, I started this anime for…

So Sorry

First of all, HAPPY NEW YEAR everyone! Second of all, I’m really sorry for not posting anything for so long. I know, I know. I started this blog recently and I should be posting more frequently, but I had a few tests and more are coming up this month so I haven’t had a lot…

Movie Review- War Dogs

What is war about? Strategy? Combat? Armies? Power? Justice? Freedom? Well, not according to David Packouz (Miles Teller). “War is an Economy and any person who tells you otherwise is either in on it or is an idiot”. That’s what David tells us at the beginning of the film, and if we look at how…

Anime Review- Juuni Taisen

So, Juuni Taisen, eh? It was on my watch-list while I was watching the Summer anime of 2017, and now that I have watched it, what do I think of it? To be straightforward about it, this anime was probably my greatest disappointment in 2017. I’m usually not surprised if an anime is really bad,…

Anime Review- Shokugeki No Souma: San No Sara

“You’re out of my league, first seat”  –  Yukihira Souma Shokugek No Souma: San No Sara, simply put is, pure hype. You wait in anticipation every week for that 25 minute time slot where Souma takes on the elite chefs at Tohtsuki Academy with all the crazy foodgasms and each episode leaves you wanting more of…

Movie Review- Easy A

Easy A is a really fun watch. With Emma Stone starring as the impulsive and kind-hearted Olive Penderghast, who gets into a whole lot of trouble after she unintentionally starts a rumor about her being a tramp, the movie really does grab your attention. Bert V. Royal brings Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “A Scarlet Letter” to life…