The Final Problem Round Up

As much as I want to bash the last episode, I cant. It all wraps up pretty well. I knew a lot of metaphors that has been used throughout the series is bound to come true, and they did! When John said we got to be soldiers now, Sherlock actually had to become one, choosing…

Quantum Break Review

Is it just me, or fictions related to time travel are actually intriguing. Although, to be completely honest, even though this game deals with time travel and stuff, it didn’t intrigue me initially. The plot was pale and the gunplay at first felt generic. But then, slowly, this game evolved into something that I did…

The Witch Review

Hands down one of the disturbing and creepiest movies I’ve ever seen. Welcome folks, today’s review, 2015’s goth horror; ‘The Witch’. The Witch follows a story of a family that is banished from the church because of misinterpreting the new testament, so now the family has to move on and start a new life in…

Top 20 Shocking Moments that still stays with me.

This article contains spoiler for the following fictions: Dexter, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Supernatural, Lost Symbol, Breaking Bad, Hannibal, The Walking Dead, Forbidden, Me Before You, Death Note, Code Geass, and Dragon Ball Z.   Whether if it was joyous, engaging, thrilling or saddening, these are the top 20 moments which made history for…

Lover’s Suicide through Rakugo Review

Rakugo is an act of storytelling by a person in front of mass crowd, taking the role of multiple characters of the story. Most stories tends to be comedic, but it also covers tragic tales and drama. Rakugo is an age old traditional Japanese art of storytelling with which I wasn’t familiar with that much…

Occultic; Nine Review

Ever since I watched Steins; Gate, I knew what potential Chiyomaru Shikura holds as a writer. Although its totally true not all his works are worth the time, most of his does. Steins; Gate has to be the prime example. Robotic; Nine wasn’t that bad (but Chaos; Head was genuinely bad.) As I watched his…

My Most Favorite Fictions

Before I get to the list, I should clear two things up, first of all, this is not the final version of the list, I might visit this article sometime in the future and edit stuffs. Secondly, if any of your favorites doesnt make it to the list (which is bound to happen), my early…

A Review of ‘Hurt’ by Tabitha Suzuma

Matheo Walsh at his 17 is one of the best diving champions from Britain and is willing to participate in the Olympics for the gold medal. One night, on his way back, he is faced with a horror that he cannot remember. But as he finally does, the world around him slowly starts to fall…

Westworld Review

“These violent delights have violent ends.” The nature of most of intelligent being is to search for the truth behind their existence, maybe that is what defines intelligence. Not knowing if it will lead to their demise, or fortune, intelligent beings will always look up and search for their actuality. Just look at us for…

Yami Shibai Season 1 Review

So what do you call this type of Art? Erm theater art? Slide show art? Anime? Regardless of how this art is, I gotta be honest, it matched the theme of this show perfectly. And it genuinely made the show scary. Welcome folks, today review: 2013’s “Yami Shibai” or, in English, ‘Theater of Darkness’. Dont…

Top 20 Anime Characters (Female)

I was so devastated by reading this book Forbidden that I had to find a distraction, and this is it. I rarely make top lists as my blog states its strictly for reviews, but, I dont think it wont hurt much to do one or two. Welcome folks to my top 20 female anime character…

A Review of “Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma”

I never thought I would write a review on any book specially when my blog doesnt state it specifically. Nevertheless, I am doing one; because I seriously need to express some thoughts and kind of like need to share how devastated I feel after reading this book. Welcome to Sulfur Reviews folks, todays fiction on…