Anime has tackled every subject from slice-of-life to sci-fi to the supernatural, in every setting from Shinjuku to space to Scandinavia. Yet there is a prevalent tendency to define it in rigid terms. This is, however, increasingly harder to do.
Over the Moon, the Netflix animated feature co-produced with Pearl Studio, feels like déjà vu. Specifically, it takes me back to the 90s, to the man named Don Bluth.
While at the most part a standard zombie fare, #Alive finds some life through its delving into isolation and loneliness.
Crummy apartments? Murderous neighbours? Nah, the real nightmare is, and always has been, the hellscape we live in called Society.
Christopher Nolan’s latest film is ambitious, complex and layered, but underneath the complicated clockwork is a movie with no soul.
My parents used to warn me of the dangers of the jungle. They were avid hikers, so I’d inadvertently find myself wearing track pants and bathed in insect… more
The sexiest thing about Fires at Midnight is its layered storytelling. Even the obligatory nasi lemak in this Malaysian game is more than meets the eye.
Days Gone is flawed but there is still freaking good fun to be had. Especially if you are willing to take a a slow and occassionally bumpy ride with it.
Death Stranding added a photo mode, and our writer found her journey through the cinematic landscape turned into a creative experience.
Fallen Order does what other Star Wars game has never done: make playing a Jedi feel small and vulnerable — in a story that requires it.