See this film! That’s the most important sentence I’ll write in this review. I mean, every word you read from here on is just time wasted not watching this incredible movie, but, for those who need more convincing: I walked into Your Name (or Kimi No Na Wa in Japan) without a clue what it might be […]
February 3 has arrived and Bandai Namco has finally unleashed the PC/Steam version of Road to Boruto, which is an expansion for the 3D cel-shaded anime fighter Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 or a standalone purchase if you don’t have the base game yet, similar to how they did things with Ultimate Ninja Storm […]
Well, if you’ve seen the first 3 episodes, then you will have heard Arnold Vosloo’s voice. He was The Mummy. And I think we’d like to let you see it and hear it for yourself to find out what awesomeness we have to bring. Yeah, I think we can say if Weird Al is any indicator, think in that direction.
Last June 7th, Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty: The Complete Second Season debuted on Blu-Ray and DVD formats, giving fans of the animated sci-fi comedy series a chance to own the oddball show’s sophomore season and watch the episodes as many times as we want (roughly: way too much.) For the uninitiated, Rick and Morty […]
After completing all of my graduating college senior work, getting through capstones, etc., I’ve finally been able to sit down and actually watch a bit of what’s been released. I have now seen “The Sweet Spot” and “A Tale of Two Tables.” I’ve been excited for this show ever since the artwork was first being released, and […]
This coming June 7, 2016, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ groundbreaking CG animated comedy adventure Zootopia will be released on Digital HD, Blu-Ray, and Disney Movies Anywhere. The film managed to garner critical acclaim and a healthy box office cume when it was initially released on theaters, no doubt buoyed by the impressive voice cast headed […]
Derek Padula of thedaoofdragonball.com has released the 2nd volume of Dragon Ball Culture, Adventure. For the uninitiated, the book is an in-depth look at Akira Toriyama’s mega-popular shonen franchise, as well as the various stories and cultures that Toriyama drew upon.
After an amazing Thanksgiving dinner prepared by unofficial “chef of the century”, my mom, I took two old friends from out of town to the movies. We saw Pixar’s latest, The Good Dinosaur. This marks the first time that the studio has released two films in the same year. I’m happy to report that both […]
Last October 13, Disney launched Aladdin: Diamond Edition – a 2-disc home video release of Disney’s 1992 animated take on the Middle Eastern folk tale. The set consists of a 50GB Blu-Ray. A DVD, and a Disney Movie Rewards Code that entitles the owner to a digital copy of the film, all of it wrapped […]
Inside Out was released in theaters this week to almost universal acclaim, something we have come to expect from Pixar. Fortunately, Pixar managed to channel some of the old magic and escape from the shadow of previous disappointments (Cars 2, Monsters University) and mediocre efforts (Brave). Inside Out isn’t one of my favorite Pixar films—actually, it […]
A close look on Dragonball Xenoverse’s Steam port may be overdue at this point considering that the game has been released for a couple of weeks now, but we wanted to keep mum until the dust has settled because PC releases (these days) seem to be plagued with launch day hitches that make games look […]
I recently discovered that thedaoofdragonball.com’s Derek Padula has released a 7-volume analysis on Akira Toriyama’s beloved Dragon Ball franchise, so I had to check it out for myself. I mean, I’ve been stealing the guy’s content for years now and posting it on Toonbarn as news. I figured the content on the book is going […]