Black Forrest Gump Cake

Movie rolls look an awful lot like metal cakes

Classic Movies Cake: 1930-1959, Horror

Enrique Bonilla Morales I think young people, mostly, reject old movies before they even watch them. They believe those films are boring and have nothing “new” or different to offer compared to modern movies. I strongly disagree with this statement. I consider that many movies from the 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, and so on have […]

Why are Manga and Anime more diverse than Western Cartoons?

土星 Dosei Like most people from Europe and the Americas of my generation, I was raised on cartoons that ran on TV. Aside from Dragon Ball and Yu-Gi-Oh!, everything available in my country was made in the US or one of the few studios in Europe. Usually, the most popular shows were the ones depicting […]

The Secret Cake

Adjani Gama Dessavre I recently wrote an article about two movies I love and promised to write an article per movie with more details (follow this link if you don’t know what I am talking about: A Little Cake of a Secret Bakery). I’ve already written about A Little Princess (follow this link if you […]

The Dreaming Machine: Ten Years Without Kon

In Memoriam of Satoshi Kon Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra Ten years ago, on August 24th, 2010, one of the greatest masters of anime passed away. He was young and full of talent and imagination, but cancer took his last breath. Paprika (2006) was the first Kon’s movie I watched, and, just as many before me, I realized […]

A Little Princess Cake

Adjani Gama Dessavre I recently wrote an article about two of my favourite movies that have a similar sense of magic (follow this link if you have not read it: A Little Cake of a Secret Bakery). I promised to write an article for each of them with more details, so here I go! Let’s […]

Baby Box: Beyond the Birds, the Box, and the Bread

Alexis Ibarra Ibarra Netflix’ Bird Box was an immensely popular and controversial movie back when it was released (2018-2019). A lot of people thought it was slow-paced, monotonous, boring, and did not really make any sense. Back then, The Cake | us vs reality was not a reality yet, so, when I watched this film […]

Classic Movies Cake: 1930-1959, Sci Fi

Enrique Bonilla Morales “Michael Rennie was ill the day the earth stood stillBut he told us where we stand …” … “Science fiction (uh uh) double featureDoctor X (uh uh) will build a creature …” … Sorry, I could not resist the singing. Now, back to the regular article. As I stated in Classic Movies […]

A Little Cake of a Secret Bakery

Adjani Gama Dessavre We recently wrote about our favourite Disney movies in the first Bakers vs Bakers edition (follow this link if you have not read it: bakers-vs-bakers-best-disney-movie). While searching and trying to pick the one, I went through memory lane and found two treasured movies from my childhood: The Secret Garden (1993), and A […]

Bakers vs Bakers: Best Magical Girl ❤

In this new segment of Bakers vs Bakers, we [tried to] pick our favorite Magical Girl (魔法少女 mahō shōjo). For those who does not know what is a Magical Girl, here is a definition: ❤ “[A] subgenre of Japanese fantasy light novels, manga, anime, and video games which features girls who use magic or possess magical powers. Magical girls transform to unlock […]

Classic Movies Cake: 1930-1950, Fantasy

Enrique Bonilla Morales I think young people, mostly, reject old movies before they even watch them. They believe those films are boring and have nothing “new” or different to offer compared to modern movies. I strongly disagree with this statement. I consider that many movies from the 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, and so on, have […]

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