I have a couple of reasons why I hate this question. Firstly, what I consider to be my favorite anime at one point may be completely different from the one I consider to be my favorite at another point. It completely depends on not only my mood but also the circumstances that I'm going through at that time. So, really, the question of "What's your favorite anime?" for me is really complicated to answer.
Way back in November, I got nominated for the Real Neat Blog Award by the amazing Lina! As with all nominations I get, it came as a complete shock (more so with this one due to the lack of content lately, haha!) and I am absolutely thrilled to be nominated! Why? Because I truly love these awards. They're just so fun to do and the community spirit behind each and every one is simply awesome.
What happens when you mix the mockumentary style of the BBC classic The Office with one of the biggest entertainment companies in Korea? You get YG Future Strategy Office. Now, a lot of people may suddenly be very concerned about this but bear with this, because, in my opinion, this has been the funniest thing I have watched in a very long time.
Firstly, this year has been so weird for me. Not only do I feel like I've made so much progress on the blog, but I've also achieved so many personal achievements. I graduated, got a job, moved away to the other side of the world... It has been incredible. However, I'm not going to focus on my personal achievements today. I'm going to be focusing on the blog.
I always get a little nervous when beginning to review a movie and this one is no different. I really do hope that I can give it the recognition it deserves, particularly as a cult classic. I knew it should be a film that I would like, but I never expected to be so drawn into a story, so drawn into the film, as quickly as I have been.
You know, thinking about it now, I can't believe I'm actually writing about this anime, but hey, it's the eve of Halloween and that's my justification for doing it. Thank you, Halloween. Pupa is one of those anime that is just...unforgettable. I don't mean that in a matter of praise either.
In the light of day and in the dead of night, mysterious horrors await in the darkest shadows of every corner. Ito Junji: Collection is a compilation series of horror stories that were originally written by Ito Junji - a popular mangaka known for his stories and art style, often making him one of the most talented horror creators. However, perhaps I should have just gone for the medium it was intended to be enjoyed as.