The whole internet is talking about it. It’s the big budget movie that has ignited thousands of pointless think pieces on the internet. No other recent movie has been surrounded by such controversy as Pitch Perfect 3. Or it could be Star Wars The Last Jedi.
We have quite a bit to say about the thing. Tim complains about the bombers they use in place of the canonical Y-Wings. Wetall, and the greater internet, complains about arcing lasers in space. Weird sub plots, bad characterization, and tension killing jokes abound. Though if you’re anything like our live listener Algazero, skip to the forty two minute mark to miss out on spoilers. Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 77: The Last Jed→
Can you imagine if there was a Rick and Morty manga? The combined smugness of the weebs and R&M fans would be enough to destroy the world as we know it. Crushing everything into a ball or self righteous, self referential memes that exist only to masturbate the knowing. Continue reading Manga Pulse 372: Perfect Sherlock→
Hello and welcome dear listeners to another episode filled with things that maybe you could have lived without, like semen eating slugs. Ryo and Blonde dive into the two sequels to an old favorite: Inyouchuu! If you thought giant blue unicorns were the only thing this show had to offer then you’d be wrong. It has much more to give. Hope you like bugs! Get nasty on this episode of Anime Pulse After Dark. Continue reading After Dark 22: Party in the DFD→
Seasons sure are a thing. A thing which we here are very bad at observing for theme shows. Mostly because of our secret third bost, laziness. The sloth gremlin must be out for the holidays itself because we managed to prepare for this show prior to the cacalendar.
Which brings us to our main feature, Silent Night, Deadly Night 2. While Tim was aware of the film, having seen the first, he’d only known about the sequel via the Garbage Day bit that was viral ages ago. Which you should watch if you aren’t familiar. While Weltall had seen neither the clip nor the first movie that worked out as this movie is comprised of the highlights of the first movie. The rest is chunks of originality thrown into the movie loaf before being half-baked. Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 76: Christmas Nerd→
Today Ryo and Blonde bring you a show filled with hentai goodness and audio issues. Ryo would like apologize for the background noise. Any who in this episode they tackle a fluffy title called Ane Kyun! and something a little darker called Residence. Tune in for thick babes and fluffy siblings on this episode of Anime Pulse After Dark. Continue reading After Dark 21: Proactive & Nasty→
Uh yes, I’d like to order a large pizza half pesto and half chicken and avocado. What do you mean you only serve Tex-Mex? And that my order sounds stupid? Well I’m just going to back my car out of the wall I broke and go to a quality establishment. Good day to you. Continue reading Manga Pulse 371: Helcker Selcker→
I’ll tell you why I wasn’t at elf practice. Because I dream of larger things. Even larger than the red coated fat man himself. I dream of a world where children will make their own toys and pay us for the privilege. Where curled shoes and pointy ears will be signs of repect amd not ridicule. In order to make that happen I had to skip out on elf practice, Spanky.
For their dual review, Tim and Weltall pick 13 Assassins. They found out that it happens to be a remake of another Japanese classic. The story centers around the evil brother of the Shogun who is gaining political power. To prevent this dangerous man from ascending to power, thirteen men will attempt to manipulate and maneuver him into a trap. It’s a well done political and tactical thriller that culminates in an amazing action set piece we were highly entertained by. Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 75: Donut Assassins→
This week on Anime Pulse we talk about bullying, and the scary protective father that Joseph would be if he were to have a daughter. Reminder: Never mess with big daddy Joseph. Andrew on the other hand has been playing more Resident Evil 7 and fired a gun for the first time, which is actually a lot lighter of a topic than Joseph’s IRL news. In reviews, Joseph gets some odd rush from a heroins death stare and Andrew is getting down with the Yuri railguns.
The first official episode of Anime Pulse for the 2018 year, and what an episode it is! Firstly we talk about what’s been going on in our lives, with Andrew playing a bunch of games and Joseph ranting about how his Fire Emblem waifu lost in a voting gauntlet. Then in the industry news, we got a piece on Amazon’s anime streaming service and another top anime poll about the most interesting anime of 2017. And finally come the reviews, where Andrew and Joseph both review, jointly, an anime about using anything to your advantage in a fight, even your penis.
This week on VG Pulse, welcome to 2018! We start off with brief side-notes of holidays and kittens, before diving to the the (gasp!) EZMAILS! Afterwards, we head on off into the regular news, where we primarily cover the two big stories of the past few weeks; the unfortunate tragedy of the Kansas Swatting, and Logan Paul being a jackass! After the news, Millennium gives his first look on Production Line, and we finish off with talk of food! All this and more up next on VGP 295! -Aki Continue reading VG Pulse 295: Crossing The Line→
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