Reviews

Album Review: SkyBlew – Destined: The Rebirth

This artist is near and dear to me based on the fact that I have had a chance to watch this artist mature and evolve into his present state. SkyBlew, how can I best describe the journey? From a young man who had the skills of a promising MC, I knew he was something special because of his delivery on ...

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Movie Review: Independence Day Resurgence

Written By: Mike Agostinelli You ever go into a movie expecting to hate it but then you see it anyway? It takes a special kind of person to do this. Why does one do it? Do we enjoy punishment? Or are we just so hopelessly in love with film that we enjoy even the most bottom-level cinematic expereinces, solely because ...

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Album Review: Osiris Green – Potential Energy

As I sat here listening to Potential Energy for the first time, I felt like I was being transported into the realm of Osiris Green. True to the name of Osiris, this artist brings something to the nerdcore rap scene with transition, resurrection and regeneration starting from the first track of the album. In a world where the mainstream has ...

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ALBUM REVIEW: Ultraklystron – Null Signifier

Karl Olson (Ultraklystron) is back at it again with a new album called Null Signifier. It took me a second to warm up to it because at the time I wasn’t psychologically there to really grasp the direction in which Ultraklystron was going, but on the second time listening to the album, I realized the genius of this talented artist. ...

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Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 1 Review

A lot of shows from the past are getting reboots these days and Voltron is no exception. This time, Netflix and Dreamworks Animation teamed up to create an official reboot of the series Voltron: Legendary Defenders using the team that created Legend of Korra. So is this series worth the watch? Let’s find out. For the first time since the ...

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TMNT: Out of the Shadows Review 1

Written By: Mike Agostinelli Nostalgia is a funny thing. It fills one with warm and fuzzy feelings, flashing us back to the glory days of our childhood and the wonders of youth. But how far can nostalgia carry you on its wings before you smash into the wall of reality and come crashing into the present? Was that too intense? ...

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GARO: The Animation Review

Legend tells of a boy who was born as his mother was burned at the stake, accused of being a witch. It was then that a Makai Knight appeared out of nowhere to save the boy, never to be seen or heard from again. While I’ve never actually heard of this story in any classical reading college course, GARO: The ...

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X-Men Apocalypse Review

By: Mike Agostinelli The X-Men franchise is a bit of a mixed bag. Some are great, a few are just alright, and at least two are absolute garbage. Which are the garbage ones, you ask? Well, that’s simple my friends. X-Men: The Last Stand is a joke of a movie, and X-Men Origins: Wolverine is the worst comic book film ...

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Captain America: Civil War Review

By: Mike Agostinelli Rarely does a comic book superhero movie based on an existing comic book storyline surpass said storyline in the quality department. Actually, in my opinion, this has never happened. Until now. Captain America: Civil War beats the crap out of the comic book Civil War series in every possible way. That series was simply a bunch of ...

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Cyborg 009 vs Devilman Review

Cyborg 009 was one of my favorite series that played on Toonami back when it was on Cartoon Network. I actually wish the series was available now. But until it becomes available again, I guess I can settle for the new cross-over OVA called Cyborg 009 Vs. Devilman. Wait, who’s Devilman? Guess we will find out in this review. Two ...

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