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New Netflix Series ‘Black Knight’ Stars Kim Woo-Bin, E-Som, and Kang You-Seok

‘Delivery drivers mobilize in a hazardous world where no one can be trusted.’ – the new Netflix series ‘Black Knight’ circles around this concept. Netflix has confirmed the production of Black Knight, which will star Kim Woo-bin, Kang You-Seok, and E-Som and be directed by Cho Ui-Seok. Cho and Kim Woo-bin reunite in this new Netflix series after their big hit film Master. ‘Black Knight’ depicts … Continue reading New Netflix Series ‘Black Knight’ Stars Kim Woo-Bin, E-Som, and Kang You-Seok

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PREVIEW: Netflix’s All Of Us Are Dead Depicts A School and City Overrun by Zombies

“Help Is Not Coming.” The newly released teaser trailer & stills of All of Us Are Dead are full of suspense and thrills. The teaser video and press stills for Netflix’s All of Us Are Dead have been released, depicting a school and city overrun by zombies and engulfed in the mayhem. “All of us should stay alive! Daring teenagers’ clever and intense escape from a … Continue reading PREVIEW: Netflix’s All Of Us Are Dead Depicts A School and City Overrun by Zombies

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Netflix Unveils Main Trailer & Plot for The Silent Sea

In The Silent Sea, members of an elite team crew out to save the earth are murdered one by one at the abandoned research station, Balhae, with only a 10% chance of surviving. The Silent Sea is a Netflix original series about an elite crew on a special mission to an abandoned research outpost on the moon in the near future when resource depletion has … Continue reading Netflix Unveils Main Trailer & Plot for The Silent Sea

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Explore the world of Arcane on Netflix

The first season Arcane League of Legends will be available on Netflix Philippines on November 7, 2021, at 10:00am. The first season will have 9 episodes with three acts. Created by Christian Linke and Alex Yee, the animated series will feature the voices of Hailee Steinfeld, Ella Purnell, Katie Leung, and Kevin Alejandro among others. Arcane explores the fragile balance between Piltover’s wealth and Zaun’s … Continue reading Explore the world of Arcane on Netflix

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Netflix’s Squid Game and the Nemesis of Equality

Netflix’s recent survival K-drama series Squid Game aims to address our qualms for equality. While Squid Game is an exciting survival series, what I love about it most is the political commentary behind its fascinating premise. Our world today is bombarded with inequality. Everywhere we go, we see inequality. And it sucks. We see that the world is a tall pyramid where very few enjoy … Continue reading Netflix’s Squid Game and the Nemesis of Equality

Kanojo Wa Kirei Datta / She Was Pretty Review

Kanojo Wa Kirei Datta / She Was Pretty Review

I just finished Kanojo Wa Kirei Datta, or She Was Pretty, the Japanese remake. It’s like I lost another friend after watching it, but I’m thinking of watching it again (and yes, I also rewatched the Korean version). So She was Pretty, which started in Korea, is definitely one of the best dramas ever. While it’s not as overrated as other dramas, it has one … Continue reading Kanojo Wa Kirei Datta / She Was Pretty Review

GrabFood Restaurant Picks, Based on Your TV Series Marathon

It’s the Kadayawan month! Even if we’re practicing the covid-19 protocols, there’s no excuse not to have fun. Thanks to technology, we can still enjoy the festive season. Since the grand lockdown of last year, people have come to devour and look for creative ways to enjoy their own homes. For a festive time like Kadayawan, what comes to mind is always food. This year, … Continue reading GrabFood Restaurant Picks, Based on Your TV Series Marathon

Rurouni Kenshin: The Beginning Review: The Philosophy of Killing

Rurouni Kenshin: The Beginning Review: The Philosophy of Killing–I never expected that an action film would be as poignant and thought-provoking as this. For someone who watched the entire Rurouni Kenshin movie series and who is a fan of the OVA, they would expect a touching drama that finally closes the entire franchise. Although Rurouni Kenshin: The Beginning did not have much politics and more … Continue reading Rurouni Kenshin: The Beginning Review: The Philosophy of Killing

K-Pop Road Movie ‘K-Pop: Lost in America’ is in the Works

As K-Pop is taking over the world, the robust and flamboyant genre is already taking music and culture altogether. To all rock n’ roll extremists out there, this is the reality. While many are still gazing and reminiscing over our favorite rock n’ roll road films like Oz and the fan-favorite cult classic Almost Famous, a musical road movie is in the works. This time, … Continue reading K-Pop Road Movie ‘K-Pop: Lost in America’ is in the Works

Rurouni Kenshin: The Final Movie Review

Everyone will agree that Rurouni Kenshin live-action series is one of the best adaptations in Japanese entertainment. If you compare it to the likes of other shonen manga and anime adaptations to film, movies like Bleach, Attack on Titan all fall short of what Rurouni Kenshin has come to be. Mix it with the best actors, crew, the cinematographer, and director, and you get the … Continue reading Rurouni Kenshin: The Final Movie Review