Arkin Cisneros In 2016, a major phenomenon in the geek way of life took place: the release of Pokémon Go (PoGo). As I’m sure you know, PoGo is all about getting people to mindlessly wander perilous streets by luring them with an appealing range of digital, non-existing creatures. In Professor Oak’s words: “Wonderful!” The premise […]
Where I pretend to know about multiplayer online games, but I actually suck.
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 […]
Adjani Gama Dessavre There was a sharp knife, the sharpest you’ll ever see (definitely it was not for cake). There was a murderer family, yet the youngest child, only a toddler, was missing. With his innocent curiosity, he went to a graveyard escaping the hands of the murderer, and then… Ghosts! Yes, that is how […]
A Review from Two Perspectives 土星 Dosei | Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra Kimetsu no Yaiba (鬼滅の刃) translated to “Demon Slayer”, but literally meaning “Blade of Demon Destruction”, is an R-rated Shounen (“made for boys”) action-drama-comedy (it’s also labelled “historical”, but that’s a stretch). On Anime review aggregate sites like MyAnimeList (for a Western audience) and AniKore (for […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Enrique Bonilla Back in 1920, in Waukegan, Illinois, the Earth, Mars, and the whole Universe witnessed the birth of a man whose fiction work would motivate a generation to explore the vast and rich outer space. Most importantly, it would inspire generations to come to be a better version of themselves. One hundred years ago, […]
Where I actually did not love an RE game and talk about both its flaws and highlights.