Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma Vol 3 Review

So already this is becoming one of my all time favourite manga and it has only been 2 installments so far. What did I think of the third installment? The "teamwork and friendship-building" camp from hell begins! While most students are already petrified by the threat of instant expulsion for low marks, the unveiling of... Continue Reading →

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas Review

I have owned this book for a couple of months now but have only just gotten around to reading it for reasons I actually don't know why.  Sixteen-year-old Starr lives in two worlds: the poor neighbourhood where she was born and raised and her posh high school in the suburbs. The uneasy balance between them... Continue Reading →

My Neighbor Totoro (1988) Review

Another movie from Studio Ghibli and it is another I have heard great things about numerous times so let's see if it does the same as Spirited Away and live up to the hype. Tatsuo and his two children Satsuki and Mei have just moved to a new house to be closer to their mother... Continue Reading →

Woodle Tree Adventure Review

Now this is another one of those games which are dirt cheap and people will probably only buy so that they can increase their gamerscore, so how is it to play? You are born from a giant tree and as a little tree stump it is up to you to find all the fairy tears... Continue Reading →

Pokemon Adventures Volume 1 Review

Now Pokemon is one of my all time favourite things in general, everything from the games to the tv show to the movies but I have never read the manga, so let's change that. Red doesn't just want to train Pokémon, he wants to be their friend too. Bulbasaur and Poliwhirl seem game. But independent... Continue Reading →

Brooklyn Nine Nine Season 2 Review

We are going straight onto the second season of this show and I don't see us slowing down anytime soon.  Now that we have gotten used to the characters and started to connect with them, this is when the writers have started to give them a little bit more back story and try to make... Continue Reading →

Mary Poppins (1964) Review

So to continue with my current Disney run it is time to watch Mary Poppins, a movie that came out 56 years ago. We follow the life of the Banks, a family in the 1910s who have got two kids who are making nannies quit left right and center. This causes George Banks to take... Continue Reading →

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