It’s amazing when an animated piece is brief in terms of length, yet is still able to convey a story that is so poignant and eloquently stirs your emotions. Shelter embodies a lot of qualities that made me fall head over heels towards anime. It instills a distinctive and wondrous experience that isn’t something you’d […]Read more "Inkling Anime Review: Shelter"
When I first heard of this anime, my immediate thought was that it was going to be absolutely terrible. Just the idea of having a show that centered around having scantily clad girls playing a sport where they try to push other contestants out of a ring-shaped boundary using their bottoms and breasts sounded completely outlandish. Well, color […]Read more "Inkling Anime Review: Keijo!!!!!!!!"
Throughout a wide array of books that you might read either for a class assignment or even simply at your own leisure and personal interest, you’re probably bound to come across a novel that will defy your expectations of what is considered a novel in terms of overall structure. House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski is one […]Read more "Inkling Book Review: House of Leaves"
Donnie Darko has been a film that I’ve been curious about watching for quite awhile. But I’ve been sort of hesitant because some forums and movie-related databases have mentioned how their are two separate versions of this motion-length feature; a theatrical version, and a director’s cut. Normally a director’s cut of most films come with slight alterations or […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: Donnie Darko"