Anime Review: Rampo Kitan – Game of Laplace

So Rampo Kitan - Game of Laplace, or as I’m going to be referring to it from this point on, just Rampo Kitan is a Japanese anime series which was produced by Lerche, a subsidiary of Studio Hibari. The series was directed by Seiji Kishi (noted as the director of various anime including Angel Beats, … Continue reading Anime Review: Rampo Kitan – Game of Laplace

TV Review: Alex Rider (Season 2)

This isn’t my first time talking about the Alex Rider TV series, and you can check out my thoughts on season 1 by clicking here. But for the uninitiated Alex Rider is a British spy thriller series, which aired on Amazon Prime Video, and is based on the book series of the same name by … Continue reading TV Review: Alex Rider (Season 2)

Anime Review: Hyouka

Hyouka is a Japanese anime series, which was produced by Kyoto Animation, an animation studio and light novel publisher noted for producing The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, A Silent Voice and Violet Evergarden. It was directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto (noted as the director of various anime including Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid, The Melancholy … Continue reading Anime Review: Hyouka

TV Review: Search Party

So I originally planned to review this season by season as it came about, but that didn’t work out, and then I planned to review it as a whole once the fifth and final season dropped but I couldn’t wait so here we have it a mostly complete, sure to be updated review of the … Continue reading TV Review: Search Party

TV Review: Only Murders in the Building

I was recommended this show by no less than five seperate people, and that puts me in something of a dilemma as despite reviewing and recommending things for a living, I ironically don’t like watching recommendations as it puts me in the uncomfortable position, if I don’t like it of disagreeing with their opinion and … Continue reading TV Review: Only Murders in the Building

TV Review: I Know What You Did Last Summer

Okay, let’s do the traditional info dump first, So ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ is a teen horror TV series, which in a similar vein to Scream, the TV series, is a small screen adaptation of a 90s horror/slasher franchise. It is based on the 1997 movie of the same name, and it’s … Continue reading TV Review: I Know What You Did Last Summer

TV Review: Love, Victor (Season 1)

“Love, Victor” (2020) is a television spin-off of the 2018 movie, Love Simon. Set in the same town and school as the original movie, the series follows the titular Victor Salazar (Michael Cimino) as he navigates high school, relationships, and sexuality.While the original movie was well received upon release, there was some criticism that it … Continue reading TV Review: Love, Victor (Season 1)

TV Review: Cops and Monsters (Season 2)

Cops and Monsters is an award winning web-series based in Scotland, it is a crowdfunded project which follows PITS (Paranormal Investigation Team Scotland) and later S.P.I.D.E.R.S (SuPernatural IDentification Executive Regiment Scotland) as they attempt to manage the monster communities in Scotland, and we primarily see and deal with vampires, werewolves and zombies on the show. … Continue reading TV Review: Cops and Monsters (Season 2)

TV Review: Demonologist for Hire (Season 2)

Demonologist for Hire is an award winning Scottish supernatural comedy web series which follows the wacky escapades of ‘The Demonologist’, in a world where creatures like ghosts and werewolves aren’t just a verified fact, they are normal. I had a chance a while back to interview the creator of the show (who also plays the … Continue reading TV Review: Demonologist for Hire (Season 2)

TV Review: Bonding (Season 1)

Episode 1: Old Friends, New Names The opening to the series begins with Pete nervously making his way into a red-lit hallway, with several people in different BDSM and Fetish gear, as well as a man being forced out for violence against an unseen Mistress. This then expands into Pete being admitted to see “Mistress … Continue reading TV Review: Bonding (Season 1)

TV Review: Good Game (2017)

Good Game is an American comedy web series developed by Michele Morrow and Jesse Cox and produced by Starburns Industries, the people behind shows like Moral Orel, Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole and Rick & Morty. The show debuted on August 30th 2017 on the YouTube Premium service YouTube Red, and ran through to September 27th 2017. … Continue reading TV Review: Good Game (2017)

TV Review: Cops and Monsters (Season 1)

Cops and Monsters is a crowdfunded award winning web series which follows a Paranormal Investigation Team based in Scotland as they attempt to police the supernatural community. Today I'll be reviewing the six episodes that make up the first season. The New Recruit Opens with a training sequence of sorts, that blends perfectly into the … Continue reading TV Review: Cops and Monsters (Season 1)

TV Review: Demonologist for Hire (Season 1)

Demonologist for Hire is a web series that follows the adventures and misadventures of the Demonologist as he handles all sorts of supernatural issues. If you hear a bump in the night and don’t know what to do then call the Demonologist. Today I’ll be reviewing the four episodes that make up the first season. … Continue reading TV Review: Demonologist for Hire (Season 1)

Radio Review: Blocked – Sitcom Pilot

So this is a weird one, but something that I wanted to talk about anyway, Now I’m not sure how many people will know about, let alone remember this Radio 4 Pilot but I think not only is it worth talking about but also worth listening to as well. I’ll include a link at the … Continue reading Radio Review: Blocked – Sitcom Pilot

TV Review: The Mighty Boosh – Season 3

So I've pretty firmly covered the premise/concept of The Mighty Boosh in my reviews of the first and second seasons, but in case you missed those, I'll go over it again quickly. The Mighty Boosh is a surreal British comedy by Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt, that features absurd plots, wacky and zany characters and … Continue reading TV Review: The Mighty Boosh – Season 3