If you’ve been following this site for any amount of time, you know there are certain subjects that pique our interest more than others. Video games, sports, anime, movies, television, music…these are all core principles of what makes the world … Continue reading Haikyuu: An Anime I Didn’t Expect to Enjoy This Much
After seven major story arcs and more than 1,050 episodes of the Pokemon anime, the impossible has finally happened: Ash Ketchum won a Pokemon League tournament. After several heartbreaks along the way, getting increasingly close but coming up short, he … Continue reading Ash Ketchum Might Not Be the Worst Pokemon Trainer Ever?
Sometimes I look back on things that I’ve written over the years and I can’t help but grimace a bit. For example, there’s a Skyward Sword review from more than six years ago where I called it the best Zelda … Continue reading The Steins;Gate 0 Dub Debuts Today and I’m Excited
A night after a phenomenal NXT Takeover (seriously, go watch Gargano/Ciampa and the six-man ladder match if you haven’t already), Wrestlemania 34 was faced with its usual task of trying to provide something for everyone. That’s a tough sell, especially … Continue reading Wrestlemania 34 Review: Blood, Sweat and Tears — and More Blood
Our review of Stranger Things 2 continues! For Part 1, click here. Episode 4: Will the Wise Michaela: Will the Wise picks up immediately where The Pollywog left off, with Will being possessed by the Mind Flayer while his friends … Continue reading Michaela and Michelle Review Stranger Things 2 (Part 2)
Stranger Things 2 is the much anticipated sequel to the exciting, worldwide phenomenon Stranger Things. Continuing the trend of 80’s references and creepy monsters stalking Hawkins, does this season hold up to its predecessor? Is it even better than Season … Continue reading Michaela and Michelle Review Stranger Things 2 (Part 1)
One of the problems WWE faces with its “Big 4” events is bloat. Between the pre-show and the main card, events like Wrestlemania and the Royal Rumble turn into six- to seven-hour affairs, which can be a bit overwhelming for … Continue reading SummerSlam 2017 Review: Beach Balls and Beef Mauls