A microphone problem almost scrapped this episode, but luckily, our perseverance paid off. Excuse the mild echo you might hear sometimes.
Shootin' The Breeze
Scott Green of aintitcoolnews fame let us know that Colorful is in fact, licensed. Go get it!
Finally, Alex discusses something he knows a lot about;
"Where the boys are"
We also, ever so briefly, discuss different methods of distribution that might curtail some of the more negative effects of downloading Anime.
Alex also talks about:
The fatal Taser incident at Vancouver airport:
The anti-rape Ninja disguise
The chopstick bra!? Yummy!
Need we introduce this podcast? We play the promo almost every episode. Suffice to say, I enjoy this delightful podcast immensely. Kent had the wisdom to not put the word, "Anime" in the title of his podcast, thus he can excuse himself for not always keeping on topic, anime-wise, unlike us!
Alex digs his teeth into the
Alex gets a compliment from longtime listener Jim, who encourages him to discuss off-topic things such as politics and the economy; And so it begins. The beast is resurrected.
Alex talks about the Canadian impression of the USA.
........And he gives Caligula 5 stars
Promo: Destroy All Podcasts DX
Their impression of me is dead on; except for my "thick accent".
Grab it at Asian DVD Club
Osama Tezuka's classic, set in the Sengoku period of Japan, was filmed in a quasi-historical setting and filmed in New Zealand. Which beckons the question; Why? It would have been actually easier to keep it closer to the source material.
Did I like it? Yes. At it's best, it's an entertaining film. At it's worst, it's slightly clumsy and ineffective.
The direction, special effect, music and action range from fantatic to inept and ineffective at the worst of times.
Regardless, it was a huge hit in Japan and two more films are on the way.
It's a wrap!
How could we not discuss the recent news regarding Space Adventure Cobra!
Until next week, farewell.