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Review: "Dream Eater Merry" Season 1 (UK Edition) - The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of?

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Dreams are nasty buggers, particularly for teens – high expectations from parents, school, television, peers, and society in general are all carried across aspiring youthful shoulder blades, sucking away at the ability to enjoy the present for fear of the future. It’s no surprise that the world of nightmares and daydreams are so widely scattered […]

Review: "Robin Hood" Blu-ray - A Slight But Enjoyable Effort

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Robin Hood isn’t often lumped in with the great Disney animated films, and while I wouldn’t pretend to claim it’s one of my all-time favorites, I genuinely like it and think it deserves some credit. I say this because when you consider much of the competition in the ’70s, it looks amazing. Sure, Ralph Bakshi […]

Review: "The Angry Beavers Complete Series" Hasn't Held Up

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Many old school Nick fans tend to lump The Angry Beavers in with the first seven NickToons in terms of quality. Some are even of the opinion that Beavers was the last good NickToon before things permanently went downhill. In truth, I recall liking the show as a young teen, but re-watching it as an […]

Review: "Starzinger: The Movie Collection" Is an Ill-Fated Journey to the West

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I was a bit too young for the first wave of anime to hit American shores, led by Speed Racer and Gigantor, but got hit right smack in the middle of the second one, led by Battle of the Planets and Star Blazers. Mixed in with those latter two titles were several unrelated TV serials […]

Review: "Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt" and Blu-rays

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These aren’t the lovely angels, and they’re barely considered angelic. Panty and Stocking are sent on a mission from God (or more likely, a guy named Garterbelt) to take down ghosts to earn their way back into Heaven. The Anarchy sisters couldn’t be any more different from one another: Panty is obsessed with sex (and […]

Video Game Review: "DuckTales Remastered" Recaptures A Classic's Charm

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If you’re a child of the 80s, you are well aware the city life in Duckberg’s like a hurricane.  What with its race cars, lasers, and aeroplanes, it is usually described to be, in a non-scientifically based term: a duck blur.  It’s a place where you might solve a mystery or rewrite history. DuckTales! Woo-oo. […]

Review: "Wolf Children" - Heed the Call of the Wild

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Hana has a problem.  Her whole life has gone to the dogs…err…wolves. Her husband is/was a wolf.  Her daughter is a wolf.  Her son is a wolf.  It makes it very hard to keep an apartment when every time the kids start fighting, the neighbors think you have an illegal dog in the house.  And […]

Review: "Mardock Scramble: The Second Combustion (UK Edition)" - That Difficult Second Act

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The first Mardock Scramble movie went to very dark places, ending with resurrected teenage prostitute Rune Balot at the mercy of enemy agent Boiled after having abused the trust of her living weapon partner Oeufcoque. The second film continues directly on from this point as the terrified Balot attempts to escape. Admittedly her means of […]

Video Game Review: "Deadpool" Is Average, But Funny

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Playing High Moon Studios’ Deadpool game is as much as psychological journey as it is anything else. It’ll be apparent from the moment you start the game in the titular character’s apartment whether this game’s humor is for you or not, and this will be very subjective. It is gross, it is crude, it is extremely […]

Review: "Dragon Ball Z Kai Season Four" - Speed Bumps at the Climax

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Thanks to Vegeta’s pride and Kuririn’s lust, the female cyborg No. 18 is absorbed by Cell. Cell obtains unmatched power with an unmatched desire to test it. Luckily, Son Gokuu and Son Gohan have completed their latest training. Whereas the story last season knew no end to its momentum, Dragon Ball Kai’s climax finds itself […]

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