Easily one of, if not the, darkest and most somber film that Chan has made to date.
Noi the Albino possesses an otherness that makes it a truly surprising, engaging, and thought-provoking debut feature.
A very solid debut from a group that clearly knows their strengths and plays to them consistently from beginning to end.
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.
‘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.
Rainstick Orchestra’s music doesn’t quite come together in a way that ultimately satisfies.
I go to a number of movie sites throughout the day, and none of them look or feel like Twitch.