Tag Archives: Masaaki Yuasa

Keyframe 134 – 2018 (The Good Side)

Now that we’ve got all of the bad stuff from the last year of animation out of our systems it’s time for the Keyframe gang to talk about the good things that were released during 2018. With that in mind, gather round fellow fans as

Keyframe 130 – Those Goofy Cave People

On this episode of Keyframe, Tucky and Producer Rob attempt to unpick the Academy’s “For Your Consideration” list of animated feature films that are in the running to receive a nomination for an Oscar. Join them as they get wax cynical about the awards, lament

Keyframe 118 – A Psychedelic Night In

So aside from Producer Rob confusing his Sarahs (it should be Sarah Michelle Gellar and not Sarah Jessica Parker), Peter Rabbit gets a sequel, Netflix and Viz Media announce an original martial arts anime series set in Mexico, and Christiano Ronaldo gets animated. After that

Keyframe 103 – 2017 (The Good Side)

We’ve kicked arse, so now it’s time for the second half of our look back at anime in 2017 and the better things that were released during the year. Get ready to take some names because it’s time for the good stuff! Tune in to

Keyframe 101 – Waifu or Otter?

So Disney have bought the lion’s share of the Fox media empire, which means Star Wars and Marvel fans have something to be happy about over the Christmas holidays. Meanwhile, we discuss the impact this will have on the Disney Princess register. Hey! Pointless things

Keyframe 99 – Scrooge McDuck’s Human Trafficking Operation

Shocking revelations abound this week! First we discover that Batman is actually a ninja in the trailer for the cunningly titled animated film Batman Ninja. After that we’re left positively thunderstruck by Akira Toriyama’s claim that Saiyans need S-cells to become super. All together now

Keyframe 94 – Farmer Goku’s Fight Club

This week we forego any preamble and dive straight in to our featured anime. With Girls und Panzer: Der Film, Mark proves that his addiction to anime beginning with the letter G looks set to continue. Meanwhile, Tucky gets suuuuuuuuuperrrr! with Dragon Ball Super season

The Night Is Short, Walk On Girl

This review has taken a long time. I left it, I left it some more, I left it longer and yet I still can’t wrap my head around the damn thing. The Night Is Short, Walk On Girl is my first exposure to director Masaaki