Inside of this show are two wolves. One of them is a manga. The other is also a manga. This is actually a manga show in which we review them. And sometimes, just sometimes. We let a couple of wolves off the chain to go wild and tear them apart.Continue reading “Manga Pulse 451: Rare Hell”
What was it with the nineties and heist movies? Was there a memo somewhere in Hollywood that was said “money is boring, they must steal art!” There might have been if just so the plebs don’t get the idea to rob the movie execs of their money. No doubt kept under a dirty mattress next to a moldering hooker.Continue reading “Popcorn Pulse 155: Not So Bond”
Welcome to the AP border town. Please have your papers in order. You there, step quickly. Hmm. It seems you have “Ruby” listed as a favorite anime. Problem? Oh, there’s no problem. It just means those burly guards to your side will be escorting you to a re-education center. There you will get a double dose of manga that should put you back into alignment. Should we fail to remove that OEL from your fav, we have more brainwas-er, courses for you to take.Continue reading “Manga Pulse 450: Ancient Modern”
Our thirtieth episode has a bit of a mid-life crisis and looks back to it’s teen years. So it reached back and grabbed the novel and the film, The Devil Wears Prada.
The overarching premise is pretty straightforward. A regular girl manages to land a job at a prestigious fashion magazine as a personal assistant to the owner. What happens to her when the owner, editor is a workaholic full on bitch? Shockingly, not quitting on the very first day. We settle on the movie as just above the book as Meryl Streep does a great job bringing sympathy to the boss.
Get out your potatoes. Dust of the ushankas. Practice your metal work skill and learn to chant with your fellow proles. Because we’ve dragged out a movie from the land of Tetris. We jointly bring you Hitler’s Kaput!.Continue reading “Popcorn Pulse 154: Literally Hitler?”
How many manga do we have in store? Take the number of tentacles an octopus has. Then divide it in half. Yeah, now repeat that last operation. Through the mathic powers, you’ve just derived that we have two manga for our reviewing pleasure.Continue reading “Manga Pulse 449: Skeleton Tiddies”
It’s that time to get around to listener requests again. Picked out for us by Algazero is the much anticipated Red Dragon. It’s the first appearance of one of the most enduring pop culture figures, Hannibal Lecter. Having been adapted twice, first in Manhunter(1986) and again in Red Dragon(2002).Continue reading “Script 2 Script 29: Red Dragon”
We awoke a sleeping dragon when discussion of Oldboy popped up last time. This means that we have decided to revisit the whole shebang once more. Pop in another quarter and queue up your least favorite song at least seven times, broken up only once by another. Then follow it up with the theme song to Bananas in Pajamas thirty five times.Continue reading “Popcorn Pulse 153: Older Boy”
Here in the future of the past, we’ve finally hit the point where lumber is almost worth it’s weight in silver. Pretty soon there will be a federal reserve of pine and plywood. Which then means we’ll get a Die Hard 10: Raiding Again where the nephew of the Gruber’s will rob it. And Willis will be partnered with some forgettable actor who’s popular on social media for a week. Until it’s discovered that they’re a vore loving baby fur.Continue reading “Manga Pulse 448: Berserker Paradise”
In the future we will all have to eat bugs. At least according to a bunch of terrible think pieces scattering the internet. And there is no way those are boosted by the elites who are tired of having to pay more for meat because the peasants want some too. Just like all the articles that get written telling people they need to stop wanting a house and space for comfort. In that spirit we talk about Snowpiercer.Continue reading “Script 2 Script 28: Snowpiercer”