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Welcome to my film blog! Here you will get to read my reviews and in-depth analyses on movies and anime, both new and old! To learn more about the inspiration behind this blog, click the button below.



Whether you’re a veteran otaku or a newbie, my articles compile reviews and guides on how to enjoy both old and new anime titles. (Image from Pinterest)

Hollywood Films

A film blog wouldn’t be a film blog without featuring movies from Hollywood. Reviews and deep analysis include animated and live action films. (Image from Los Angeles USA Tours)

International Feature Films

Here, you will be able to access wonderful international titles that deserve your attention! (#IFF) (Image from Canstockphoto)

Korean Dramas

Do you need your fill on chaebol oppas, tear fests, and dramatic hand-holding/ romantic couple scenes? You’ve come to the right place! Please enjoy my reviews on recent titles and my personal favorite Korean drama series! (Image from sofietokorea.com)

Recent Posts

  • Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity in American Popular Culture (2018) – Enough Said
    “Even though this film accurately depicts the actual, crazy shit that people do to women, the characters represented in the film, including those based on real persons, are fiction.” — Nicole Brending, the director of Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity in American Popular Culture (2018) As this quote appears in the end credits after an uncomfortably woke, rollercoaster experience from a shy-of-over-an-hour indie film, …
  • Never Be Done: The Richard Glen Lett Story (2020) – A Story of Humble Humanity
    Within the stand up comedy world, everyone knows of the name “Richard Lett.” He had it all: being able to perform in various venues throughout Canada; appearing in a few TV shows like Dark Angel and Supernatural; and had written many plays, two in which were nominated for the Jessie Richardson Awards’ “Most Outstanding Original Play.” Roy Tighe, the director of the film, initially records …
  • Agathe-Christine: Next Door Spy (2020) Review
    I would like to thank TriCoast Studios for reaching out to me to view this film. It’s always a pleasure to work with you! 🙂 If you’re looking for a film to entertain children that is outside of Disney and adds elements of mystery, then Agathe-Christine: Next Door Spy (2017) may be the right film for you! My Quick Summary Agathe-Christine, also known as AC, …

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