It is now the 50th anniversary of the manga Ashita no Joe.
"Voted "Japanese Favorite TV Anime" placing 4 out of 100 among celebrities votes. Joe Yabuki was ranked seventh in Mania Entertainment's "10 Most Iconic Anime Heroes", written by Thomas Zoth, who commented that, "Tomorrow's
This is a review of the first two episodes of the new Youtube Red series Cobra Kai.
Cobra Kai is the continuation of the Karate Kid storyline, taking place 34 years after the events of the first film and it's sequels (probably not the Jaden Smith
Directed by Fabio Frey and written by Fabio Frey, Joey Thompson with Pedro Correa.
Film Synopsis: When 30 year old millennial poser Davey Slater discovers his dad isn't his biological father, he takes to the streets of Venice Beach with his now ex-brother Feather, to uncover
The Red Spectacles (1987): Directed by the original Ghost in the Shell director Mamoru Oshii and the first film in his Kerberos trilogy. The Kerberos saga is a multi-medium alternate history drama that covers the events of a Japan going through civil unrest and the
Teen Wolf (1985) learning to love yourself
Be advised: the following is merely me turning the themes of said movie on its head and putting a new perspective on it. I am not snowflaking on your childhood. In fact, I’m just having some fun and
Retro Movie revisited: The Toxic Avenger
Warning: the following movie featured in this review may have some triggers for the sensibly vulnerable and the Charmin skinned elitists of social media.
At some point in the 80s independent film makers with few options and financing to get their
Berry Gordy's Last Dragon is a 1985 film produced by Berry Gordy of Motown Records, starring Taimak, Vanity, Julius J Carry III, Chris Murney, Keshia Knight Pulliam (small cameo) and Faith Prince.
This hyper masculine rock & roll dystopian, martial arts blood bath would probably serve you best as a double feature with The Story of Rikki-Oh (live action). Now that would be one hell of a date night. I mean it and wouldn’t lead you astray.
It’s been a fresh 24 hours since I saw Blade Runner 2049 at the iMAX theater in New York City. Probably the last film I’ll see in New York City for a very long time and thirty-five years since the masterpiece that is Ridley Scott’s
In my opinion the super-power of art house Horror films. Suspiria is the first of Dario Argento’s Three Mothers Trilogy (Suspiria, Inferno, The Mother of Tears); each film revolving around one of three ancient mothers, a trio of powerful negative witches that seek to wreck
Think I couldn’t get any more obscure with my picks. Just hold we’re going home. Back above ground and out of the spotlight. Here I am full time, riding the nostalgic wave of mutilation. I’m back with a bang and presenting this month’s Retro Movie