Hot 100 Review: Positions by Ariana Grande

Watch the video: https://youtu.be/tcYodQoapMg Arianna Grande is not for me. Her voice is too airy, like if her singing voice was a cloud it would be one of those dumb whispy boys and not a thick cumulonimbus. There just feels like there is nothing to it. Her beats often do not help. They are set to match her voice, so they’re just as weak and … Continue reading Hot 100 Review: Positions by Ariana Grande

One Piece Volume Cover Rankings Worst to Best #50-#41

Yeah I have lost all track of which part I’m actually on now. I think this is 5 or 6 but oh well. Welcome though to the top 50 of this rankings list that is so much longer than I actually thought it would be when I first came up with the idea. I’m not sure if this is actually something people are interested in … Continue reading One Piece Volume Cover Rankings Worst to Best #50-#41

Ghiblisgiving: Nausicaa Valley of the Wind

This might come as a surprise to hear, but writing and maintaining a blog (functionally solo – no shade. We’re all busy people) by writing for five days a week is tiring. It makes the process of enjoyment a task and I needed a break but instead crafted a months long project, Ghiblisgiving: a look at all the Stuido Ghibli movies since they’re available to … Continue reading Ghiblisgiving: Nausicaa Valley of the Wind

Digging into Maddness (or I finally finished the Soul Eater Manga): my White Whale

Soul Eater, the anime series about scythe miester Maka and her scythe-human hybrid partner Soul and her band of monster hunting friends, was one of my most influential anime series. It’s haunted aesthetic, great fights, animation, and fun characters made a giant impact on my teenage years. It was a series I watched three times in a row back on YouTube when companies would post … Continue reading Digging into Maddness (or I finally finished the Soul Eater Manga): my White Whale

Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit is a Checkmate

I think it’s a bad thing for Netflix to be able to have a new show or movie come out without you even being aware of it. It could be negligence on my part for maybe not clicking on a trailer or following the casting announcements, but I also think they could work on their marketing. They don’t need to do that much marketing because … Continue reading Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit is a Checkmate

Basket Full of Heads will Roll (a Comic Review)

Even as specifically horror season ends it is still getting cooler and darker, still spooky. So I figure it’s fine enough reason to finally look at the first in DC Comics and Joe Hill’s Hill House series: Basket Full of Heads. Joe Hill, the son of horror legend Stephen King, has had his share of smash works that I never got to experience correctly. Locke … Continue reading Basket Full of Heads will Roll (a Comic Review)

One Piece Volume Cover Rankings Worst to Best #60-#51

Part 5? I think…Maybe this is Part 4. I should be keeping track of this, but I’m actually typing all of this in big chunks rather than right before I post each one. As I said at the end of the last part, this is the point where I really started to struggle the most on some of these rankings. It’s not so easy to … Continue reading One Piece Volume Cover Rankings Worst to Best #60-#51

Cabin in the Woods: A Movie I’m Conflicted About

Cabin in the Woods, Drew Goddard’s and Joss Whedon’s horror opus is a movie that I should absolutely adore. It’s by two of the best creators of all time taking their pass at once of the most time tested concepts of all time with a great twist. Unfortunately it’s not that. Instead it is a film that I constantly go back to, not because I … Continue reading Cabin in the Woods: A Movie I’m Conflicted About

Evil Season One: Every Vision is Lemons (a Review)

There is so much television. Outside the big steaming services and premium channels we still have classic networks pumping out shows for your parents or grandparents depending on how old you are. One that’s gotten a lot of attention comes from the NCIS dispensary CBS… Evil staring Mike Colter of Luke Cage fame. And since it is spooky season finally might as well look at … Continue reading Evil Season One: Every Vision is Lemons (a Review)