Is Squid Game Worth The Hype???

Ah, Squid Game. Do you even exist on the Internet if you haven’t heard of it yet? If you somehow have gotten away with living under a rock (I hope it’s a nice rock to make up for being out of the loop) let me enlighten you. People who are down on their luck, desperate and in debt, are invited to participate in Squid Game, a tournament of sorts where participants play children’s games to earn a huge sum of money. The catch? Failure will mean death. Squid Game is brutal. It isn’t just unforgiving in how it treats its … Continue reading Is Squid Game Worth The Hype???

let’s talk about fruits basket! (and no, it is not about a basket of fruit)

If you had asked me some months ago what I prefer watching, slice of life anime with a touch of fantasy would not have been my answer. And then Fruits Basket came along in all it’s humorous, emotional glory to steal my heart for good. And I will be talking about the 2019 version, because I haven’t seen the original! Note: This post will be discussing the “secret” the Sohma family keeps, which is revealed in the very first episode. However, if you like to go in totally blind, you can stop reading here! Fruits Basket is an anime following … Continue reading let’s talk about fruits basket! (and no, it is not about a basket of fruit)

My Hero Academia Season 1 Review! // okay okay…i’m really late to this party

Hi friends! I have an anime review to share with you! Well…of season one. welcome to my world: where i’m late to everything but no matter because we’re here now! WARNING: MY REVIEW IS SPOILER-FREE BUT SEVERAL SPOILERS FOR THE … Continue reading My Hero Academia Season 1 Review! // okay okay…i’m really late to this party

Your lie in April Review! | aka the show of tears and music

Hi friends! I am here to share my thoughts on a show, one that has swept me away. Listen, I don’t really watch anime. I’ve seen RWBY, some of Death Note, and The Promised Neverland*. But I randomly decided to try one episode and accidentally watched the entire thing. If that doesn’t convince you, well, read on! *which i may also have to write a review on because um wow Kousei Arima is a fourteen-year old piano prodigy. Or at least he used to be. Two years before, his mother died and he lost all will and ability to play … Continue reading Your lie in April Review! | aka the show of tears and music