Whenever horror and sci-fi movies are brought up in discussion, one of the movies that probably comes up the most is Alien by Ridley Scott. It’s widespread influence has spanned numerous sequels, spinoffs, and even a couple of video games such as Alien: Isolation. Having never watched any of the Alien movies before, and with Alien: Covenant […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: Alien"
A couple of years ago, I saw the film adaptation of World War Z. I didn’t read the book before watching the movie, so I didn’t go into the theater with the mindset of scrupulously spotting major differences between the novel and what was going on in front of me (which is a habit I have with […]Read more "Inkling Book Review: World War Z"
Going into this anime, I was completely unsure of what to expect after reading through it’s synopsis briefly on Myanimelist. The promotional cover bears a stark resemblance to any other typical Moe/Slice-of-Life anime in a school setting (minus the dilapidated building). But one of the genres Gakkougurashi! was tagged under happened to be ‘Horror’. Initially, I thought […]Read more "Inkling Anime Review: Gakkougurashi!"
There have been a plethora of shoujo anime shows set in high school that I’ve watched where it literally takes many episodes or even until the finale for one of the lovebirds to confess their feelings to their crush, and then you have My Little Monster, where the male protagonist instantly (maybe coercively is a better word) expresses his […]Read more "Inkling Anime Review: My Little Monster"
If asked to briefly articulate on what this movie is about in one fell swoop, my answer would be that it primarily centers around a story of grief and revenge. What sets this apart from other movies with similar themes however is that it isn’t mainly reliant on gratuitous violence and brutality (even though it is quite gruesome at times). […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: Confessions"