Easily one of, if not the, darkest and most somber film that Chan has made to date.
A very solid debut from a group that clearly knows their strengths and plays to them consistently from beginning to end.
Noi the Albino possesses an otherness that makes it a truly surprising, engaging, and thought-provoking debut feature.
For those of you looking for anime with substance and depth, plus tons of style and atmosphere, I can’t recommend Satoshi Kon’s latest work highly enough.
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Speaking as a developer, I have to confess I find the new look rather underwhelming, both inside and out.
Chances are, I’m a pretty poor example of Christ myself.
Pascal Humbert’s cinematic music conjures up images of rundown desert locales and holes-in-the-wall.
Rainstick Orchestra’s music doesn’t quite come together in a way that ultimately satisfies.
‘Blister’ is a hidden gem, one that both affirms the value of our hobbies while also reminding us that there is a real world out there.
I go to a number of movie sites throughout the day, and none of them look or feel like Twitch.