Digimon Adventure Tri: Confession Review

Disclaimer: Minor Spoilers Ahead The biggest problem with the last two Digimon Adventure Tri films has been the pacing. Because the story is split into six parts, each film faces the difficult task of trying to provide enough plot development to keep the larger narrative progressing while trying to be its own movie. This tactic has … More Digimon Adventure Tri: Confession Review

Not Crystal Clear – Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV Review

Before I get to my review, I want to give my thoughts and some background on the history of video game films. Unlike books and comics, video games have been relatively unsuccessful when it comes to making the cinematic transition. Perhaps it’s the jarring transformation from an interactive medium to a non-interactive one, or maybe it’s … More Not Crystal Clear – Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV Review

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is Skyrim Meets Studio Ghibli

Perhaps the most talked about game at E3 2016 is the newest title in the Legend of Zelda franchise. Since it was announced at E3 2014, there’s been a ton of speculation about the latest entry in the series. The game’s brief teaser alone caused debates about everything from the game’s place in the timeline … More The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is Skyrim Meets Studio Ghibli

Digimon Adventure Tri: Determination Review

Disclaimer: minor spoilers ahead. When we left the DigiDestined at the end of the first film, there were a lot of unanswered questions. What exactly are the infected Digimon, what’s causing all the distortions between the real world and the digital world, and who’s the one causing all this? These are just a few of the … More Digimon Adventure Tri: Determination Review

Are We in a New Golden Age of Animated Shows?

There’s something about special cartoons. Only limited by the creator’s imagination, there are almost endless possibilities as to what a cartoon can be. Unfortunately, cartoons have a reputation of being aimed solely at children. The shows hold their hand throughout the stories they tell and never push the boundaries of what could be. It wasn’t … More Are We in a New Golden Age of Animated Shows?