Five Nights at Freddy’s might be more serious than its game counterpart, but there’s nothing like seeing Freddy, Chica, Foxy, and Bonnie on the big screen.
I Got a Cheat Skill in Another World and Became Unrivaled in the Real World, Too Volume 1 may be a wordy title (I’m noticing a trend of wordy titles), but I love this light novel from Yen Press. The story is terrific despite one part making me grit my teeth in annoyance. Written by Miku with illustrations by Rein Kuwashima and translation by Noboru Akimoto, I stayed up till the early morning to read this. After all, who would not want to get a skill from a game-like world and bring it here? As a gamer, I hands down love this! I Got a Cheat Skill in Another World Volume 1 has a sweet, clueless central character and a fascinating story.
Kaede is cute, kind, and comical. She’s the type of player who feels terrible when they defeat an adorable enemy. However, her grief is short-lived, to the deceased enemy’s chagrin.
An arresting story about the horrors committed during the “White Terror” in Taiwan, Detention directed by John Hsu, is another example of a film that tells a story with historical truths through the horror genre. The film is gripping, a nightmare to watch—literally almost the entire movie is a nightmare—with moving acting, directing and a