Sunday, November 23, 2014
Friday, November 21, 2014
Mostly to remind me to watch more Leo on Crunchyroll, here's the opening with lyrics, very cool, plus a lot of great actions scenes. Leo is one violent show, the equivalent of Kamen Rider Amazon, almost. I wish more of the superhero shows we had when I was a kid had even half this much action. The only two that are equal are Batman and the Green Hornet.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
So I started watching this and it sure has a lot to live up to, with everyone raving about how great it is. At least it has an awesome title card, right out of 1978's ton of
ripoffs homages to STAR WARS. I'm glad to see it, so many damn movies put tiny little title cards on them (I'm looking at you, "Godzilla" 2014) or put them at the end of the movie. What kind of dang deal is that?
Monday, November 17, 2014
Like I mentioned, I watched this movie the other night. I enjoyed it, for the most part. Wish I had seen these in the theater, back when there was one almost across the street. Look for a full review in the near future.
Sunday, November 16, 2014
OK, this movie was pretty good, and as I said, under two hours. I really appreciate movies like that these days. It's still a little too long, but maybe only by five minutes. I watched the second Captain America movie as well, and that could be trimmed by a good 20 minutes (I'll review that one later). The movie had a fair amount of humor, which is always a plus for superheroes. Good thing Marvel/Disney seems to realize this now.
Saturday, November 15, 2014
I'm watching this movie, and I liked the first one well enough, and so far I like this one just fine. I'm not familiar with Malekith and the Dark Elves, were those a Simonson creation? Seems like I sort of remember that. Alas, I was kind of done reading Thor after issue #200.
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Thanks to my pal August, here's some cool news- Crunchyroll is streaming Ultraman Leo now! This was one of the rarest shows to get on VHS back in the 90s, and to be able to watch it subtitled in English is just amazing to me. Crunchyroll is also streaming Ultraman Max and Ultraman Mebius, but this is the first Show Ultra show they've done. While I greatly enjoyed both of the other shows, Leo is one I've wanted to see for a long time. KIKU aired it this year, but now I doubt a DVD set will be forthcoming from Hawai'i, anway.