Sometimes it’s actually that bad.
I'm Vrai Kaiser, writer by profession and analytic nerd for the love of the game. I've been published in online magazine The Alligator, and am currently working to get my first novel published. Here you'll find updates on my work, as well as pop culture analysis, recaps, and reviews. Commentary and requests are always welcome.
The original is endearing homoerotic 70s camp and this is a subpar Zoolander knockoff.
It’s not INaccurate to call this “50 Shades before 50 Shades.” Just with an extra heaping of (Anne) Rice.
This is a rough set of episodes with one beautiful, beautiful high point (hint: the high point involves Lex).
I never thought something would make me appreciate the artistry of Urotsukidoji in hindsight, but here we are.
It turns out one does not simply “get over” Yu-Gi-Oh.
I am in fact a Big Fan of this movie. Years of dealing with the marketing machine and hardcore Eva fans might have something to do with that. And yet I completely understand the utter despair of the poor newbies who were seeing it for the first time.
Sometimes the remake is better.
In which I am the Designated Eva Liker but that doesn’t mean it isn’t time to dig into the parts where the show just falls to pieces on itself (like forgetting to give decent closure to most of its female cast).
We found it: the missing link between Anne Rice and Stephanie Meyer.