I didn’t get a chance to post my regular Sunday morning cartoon round-up last week, so I’m combining two Sundays in one. The big news is of course that Samurai Jack‘s new episode run is now over, and what an ending that was. I’m so thankful to Genndy Tartakovsky for producing this amazing extra season […]
Alvaro Arregui’s Nuevo Studio has completed a new branding project, in the form of the very slick web presence of filmmaker Yukihiro Shoda — check out the site.
“Innovation Japan” is an initiative launched by the Japanese government to promote innovations happening in Japan on the tech front, in the form of a slick website featuring short videos that touch on a variety of topics (cybernetics, RFID, smart maintenance, etc.)
I love this shot taken in Tokyo’s Golden Gai area. Via Tokyoluv.
The second season of Master of None is just perfect (and the first season was pretty damn great too). It debuted on Netflix yesterday, and I watched the whole thing — episodes 1-2 at lunch time, and then 3-10 non-stop in the evening. I just loved it so damn much. Each episode feels like this […]
Today marks two years since I became a game dev. After leaving Tokyo on March 31, 2015 and then spending a month in my hometown of Moncton, New Brunswick, we moved to Montreal on May 5, with my first day as an employee at Eidos Montréal — part of the Shinra Technologies team, based in […]
This is not a good movie. To be fair, I sorta remembered it wasn’t a good movie, but I was still in the mood to take it in, and there was some nostalgic fun in seeing just how “Cannon” it feels. It looks cheap, it feels cheap, and although Louis Gossett Jr. does a decent […]
Oh, don’t worry, I’m not done yet with my 1986 movie marathon yet. The 20th film on the agenda was Psycho III, a film I barely remembered anything about — I wasn’t even sure I’d ever seen it, until I saw the suicide in the bath sequence, which I recognized for some reason. I don’t remember […]
Following The Fifth Element, the second part of last night’s double bill was a re-watching of Blade Runner — I watched the 2007 “Final Cut” edition. It’s just astounding that a film that was made 35 years ago still looks as groundbreaking and slick as it it did back then — which just goes to show […]
Excited as I am for Luc Besson’s upcoming Valerian film (I’m even currently re-reading the Valerian graphic novels), and also the new Blade Runner film coming out later this year (for which we just got a great new trailer), I decided to do a double bill last night of the two films that connect to […]