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Rambles Vol. 1: Becoming Otaku

Rambles: Becoming Otaku

I have been watching a lot of anime lately. My general intuition insists that I should be embarrassed about this habit. My inner introvert delivers a counterpoint: If you enjoy them, who cares? 3,268 more words

Social Behavior


Another rush job. I’m dedicated to putting something here every day, so sometimes you’ll have to endure these flash card-length installments. Or not. But I hope you do, because I like a lot of things and think there are too many bloggers and critics who just bitch. 341 more words

Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

Blade runner K is tasked with finding and retiring a fellow replicant, but during the course of his investigation he uncovers a plot to hide a secret that could potentially undermine the entire fabric of their society. 257 more words

Film Reviews - B

Altered Carbon: Season 1

Netlfix’s Altered Carbon is a mostly successful mish-mash of cool science fiction ideas and concepts presented in visual splendour.

The show, set in the very distant future where the rich practically rule, concerns Takeshi Kovacs (Joel Kinnaman), a former special forces operative who is brought back from the dead by a rich man (James Purefoy), to solve that very rich man’s death. 689 more words


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Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

***No plot spoilers***

As some of you may recall, I wasn’t going to watch this film. The original ‘Blade Runner’ (1982) has been my favourite film since I saw it at the age of 30, and it is still number one in my current top ten of all time. 850 more words


More 2049 thoughts

I’ve now seen BR2049 five times and that doesn’t feel enough, I really want to see it again. Its been a long time since I’ve been so hooked by a film that I get drawn to repeat viewings like this. 1,469 more words


Are We Finally Done With The Chosen One?

Yesterday, after a long successful day of re-watching Mad Men, I decided to take a little break and instead turned to Blade Runner: 2049, a movie that I had loved in theaters and was really hoping would hold up on rewatch (it did). 1,224 more words

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