I read Part 6 of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure ‘Stone Ocean’ and it’s crazy

Talking at people about how incredible JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is one of my favourite hobbies. I’m not the only one; it’s becoming an international pastime. If you don’t know what JoJo is, stop wasting my time. Get with the program and go watch or read it. I’d put it nicer but it’s your own fault.… Continue reading I read Part 6 of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure ‘Stone Ocean’ and it’s crazy

How ‘Food Wars’ Translates the Joy of Cooking Into Anime

“Cooking is an endless wasteland.” Television cooking shows are comfy. Easy. Even when they’re competitive, they’re just relaxing in their straight-forward premise: people cook food. Hosts are likeable and well-spoken, these idealized personas you almost wish you had. Visually unreal, where the colours are saturated and vibrant like a subliminal ad for MDMA. Musical cues… Continue reading How ‘Food Wars’ Translates the Joy of Cooking Into Anime

A quick thought on the music of Mindhunter (Netflix)

I have a small ditty on Mindhunter’s music after watching the first two episodes: On one hand, Mindhunter uses a very delicate string score, and uses it very sparingly. This is what I’ve noticed at least: it’s a beautiful instrumental score, but it’s under-present since the show relies more on environmental sound. But on the… Continue reading A quick thought on the music of Mindhunter (Netflix)