Heat Index
Most Recent
Read More
March 6, 2017

Paterson Review

“A man is indeed a city, and for the poet there are no ideas but in things.” Williams Carlos Williams

Today I bring you the latest work by the brilliant Jim Jarmusch, Based on the amazing book Paterson by Williams Carlos Williams. The movie focuses on Paterson  and his wife Laura.Where we get to discover a week from the typical life of Paterson : a bus driver  in New Jersey who wakes up early in the morning  , goes to work , goes back home and repeat the same circle over and over everyday. But we also discover the only thing that keeps him alive, his passion, as he practices poetry during coffee and lunch breaks: Poetry based on his everyday life, on people whom he meets [...]

Read More
February 4, 2017

Nocturnal Animals Review

Nocturnal animals is a movie released in 2016 by the rising director Tom Ford who made a good debut with his first movie The single man in 2009. It’s based on the novel Tony and Susan by Austin Wright. The movie was a huge success and won the grand jury prize at The Venice Festival.

Great book

Well to be frank it’s a hard movie to review without spoiling the major parts so read at your own risk. The story focuses on Susan Morrow and her ex husband Edward Sheffield whom she abandoned because of his romantic world-views and her belief that he will never be able to achieve his dreams to become a writer.  So she betrayed him and married some rich [...]

Read More
January 9, 2017

Psycho Pass Season 1 Review

Psycho Pass is 2 season Sci-Fi psychological seinen anime based on the visual novel of the same name written by Gen Urobuchi, directed by Naoyoshi Shiotani and produced by studio I.G, a studio known for great animes such as Ghost In The Shell.

So far 2 seasons were produced, a first season of 22 episodes 23 minutes each, premiered in the fall of 2012, and a second season of 11 episodes 23 minutes each, premiered in the fall of 2014.

The acclaim of the anime earned it a movie sequel called simply Psycho Pass the Movie aired in January 2015.

The following review will be concerning only the first season.

So the plot takes place in a futuristic Japan, the [...]

Read More
January 8, 2017

Reminiscing on Naruto’s Old Days

This post contains spoilers of Naruto but it had been such an acclaimed anime once that it doesn’t really qualify as spoilers, these are personal thoughts and nostalgia on Naruto as an anime or a manga, mainly on the very first part of it, slightly on the shippudden, here I go,

Why Naruto was once among the greatest animes to exist: It all began with Iruka‘s emotional speech the very first episode, it was all the more authentic with a huge metal star lodged into his back defending a kid that had his parents’ killer sealed inside of.

It got more intense with what I consider one of Naruto‘s best villain team: Zabuza and Haku, I almost came to tears for a [...]

Latest Articles
Paterson Review
SUPERBOWL UPDATE on TV Shows and Movies
Nocturnal Animals Review
Elfen Lied review
Battle Royale manga review
Psycho Pass Season 1 Review
Reminiscing on Naruto’s Old Days
2017 ULTIMATE Nerd Calendar (MOVIES)
The Ruling Class (1972), His lordship is a paranoid schizophrenic
Gantz Manga Review
Top Five
Heat Index
Update on Rick and Morty (Everything We Know About Season 3)
‘Westworld’ Season 1 Review (No Spoilers)
MineCon 2016: Saturday Review
Where to Invade Next, just watch this documentary
Misfits, The underclass heroes