Review

Pokemon X/Y: Breaking with Tradition

Pokemon Red and Blue Version for the Nintendo Gameboy, released in the late 90s, represented the pinnacle of a sustained cultural invasion of the West by Japan. By riding on the wave of influence that anime like Neon Genesis Evangelion

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Breaking Bad: Felina

It’s all over. Five seasons, and sixty one episodes have been leading to this. This episode isn’t so much a finale as it is just wrapping up the loose ends created by the last few episodes, which is structurally interesting.

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Breaking Bad: Granite State

Last week’s amazing Ozymandias has in a lot of ways served as the climax of the show. After all, what could possibly follow that? Walt’s cancer is clearly killing him. When Saul (again) declares that he is parting ways with

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Breaking Bad: Ozymandias

“And on the pedestal these words appear: ‘My name is Ozymandias, king of kings: Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!’ Nothing beside remains. Round the decay Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare The lone and level sands

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Breaking Bad: To’hajillee

When the episode titles were released a few months ago, I can’t have been the only one who went to google to know what To’hajillee meant. For those who may have missed the line, it refers to a Native American

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Breaking Bad: Rabid Dog

Last week was one of my favourite cliffhangers in the show’s history. Since the beginning, Walt has been using and manipulating Jesse. At times it has been small, but as Walt has become darker, so too have his manipulations of

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Breaking Bad: Confessions

I recently read an interesting article, which argued an interesting idea. Is Breaking Bad Revenge of the Nerds for another generation? This got me thinking about the idea; is Walt in hero? If not, was he ever a hero? Is

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Breaking Bad: Buried

Hank and Marie know all about Heisenberg, while Walt and Skyler deal with that fact. Meanwhile, Jesse has been brought in for questioning over his possession of a few million dollars in cash. Most interestingly, Lydia and Todd have killed

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Breaking Bad: Blood Money

After months of fevered waiting, and scouring every piece of promotional material for clues, leads, or anything that might lead me to know what is happening with Vince Gilligan’s cable hit, I finally got to see it last night. Thankfully,

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Z-Grade Pick Flick – Hooper (1978)

I’ve always had a soft spot for movies about making movies. Sunset Blvd., Bad and the Beautiful, Peeping Tom, Hi, Mom!, The Last Movie, Day for Night, The Player, Ed Wood, Man Bites Dog, the list goes on… And I’ve

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