Tag Archives: 2016

Review: ReLIFE

January rolls on and catch-up season is in full swing. First on my list of things I didn’t watch in 2016 was ReLIFE, and yet another high school romcom. What makes ReLIFE any different to the God only knows how many other shows in the

Moana – new princess, new culture, same old charm

Moana is the latest film from Walt Disney Animation Studios and tells the story of Moana (played be Auli’i Cravalho), the daughter of a Polynesian chief who travels across the ocean with the demigod Maui (played by Dwayne Johnson) to save the world from being

Nanbaka (Review)

Looking back to the first trailer for Nanbaka, I believe I dubbed it bishi-prison break with overly attractive characters and very stylized animation. After watching the full season my opinion has changed slightly but not as much as I’d hoped. The anime has a focus

Cinema Eclectica’s Best Home Video of 2016

As well as reviewing the latest releases, our in-house movie podcast, Cinema Eclectica, also acts as your guide to the increasingly labyrinthine home video market. The idea of collecting films isn’t quite the mainstream thing it once was, the rise of streaming and VOD services

Take Two – Keijo!!! Nip Slip Girls (Review)

Back in October I first saw a trailer for this series due out for the fall 2016 season. The trailer was the most forward and blunt that I’ve seen for a weeb trash fan service anime perhaps ever. It was unashamedly self-aware and this was

Cinema Eclectica’s Top Movies of 2016

This year’s run-down of the best films to hit UK cinemas is a little different than usual. Instead of being the opinion of one person, these 20-ish films are the collective opinion of the 5 people to feature on Cinema Eclectica. That’s Rob, Graham, Ryan,

Anticipated Movies: 2016

Yesterday we posted our 20 favourite films of the past year, although it may well be the geek show’s official list it is by no means definitive. Tune in to the next Cinema Eclectica for more on our review of 2015, our other podcasts will