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Interview with voice actor Kyle Phillips

Interview with voice actor Kyle Phillips

January 24, 2020

Kyle actually got his start on the other side of the microphone as an ADR Engineer. He quickly fell in love with voice acting and jumped in with both feet when the opportunity presented itself. Kyle has done voices for many popular animes, but is most known for voicing Denki Kaminari on My Hero Academia.

Some of his other notable roles include Jason the reporter in Fairy Tail, Marco the Phoenix in One Piece, Genshiro Saji in High School DxD, Sosuke Sugaya in Assassination Classroom, Mistugu Yamaji in Three Leaves, Three Colors, Sho Tokugawa in Cheer Boys!!, Hairo Kineshi in The Disastrous Life of Saiki K, and Suigin Riku in The Silver Guardian.

We learn of Kyle's affinity for all things pirate related, but most importantly... is he Team Pie or Team Cake!

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Don’t F**k with Cats Hunting an Internet Killer review with spoilers

Don’t F**k with Cats Hunting an Internet Killer review with spoilers

January 17, 2020

If you watch Don't F**k with Cats thinking it is gonna be filled with cute kitten memes, you are mistaken. While the 3 part series starts with cats it quickly turns into something much more dark and macabre.

A sick and demented person posts videos of himself killing cats. A group of people band together to try to identify and locate this person. At first they just want him to be brought to justice for the senseless killing of poor little cats. It eventually turns into a quest to stop the lunatic before his murderous tendencies turns to humans.

This series plays out like a longer episode of CSI. The way they compile the evidence and eventually name and locate him. I originally thought this was a made for Netflix show, but after checking the Google machine, I found it is in fact very real.

The series kept my interest for the mystery solving aspect of it. Every time they announced a new video had been released by the murderer my anxiety level went up. In the end I kinda agreed with Baudi Moovan. If this guy had no audience, would he have kept doing it? Are we partly responsible for creating this monster? It presents quite the quandary that still bothers me.

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Interview with voice actor Christopher Wehkamp

Interview with voice actor Christopher Wehkamp

January 14, 2020

If you are a fan of the Anime, My Hero Academia, you are no doubt familiar with the character of Shota Aizawa (Eraserhead). Shota is a fan favorite on the show and is brought to life by voice actor, Christopher Wehkamp. Some of his other popular characters include Susumu Kodai (Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2199), Miles Edgeworth (Ace Attorney), Phil (Attack on Titan), Shingo Shoji (Initial D: Racer), Kiri Putin (Chronos Ruler), Prince Bruno Glanzreich (The Royal Tutor), Sekizan (ALL OUT!!), Tenka Kumo (Laughing Under The Clouds), Zed O’Brien (Blood Blockade Battlefront and Beyond), Inazuma (One Piece), Ren (Fairy Tail), Domoto (Psycho Pass) and Inspector Arima and Tatara (Tokyo Ghoul).

I was lucky enough to interview Christopher about his voice acting career, but more importantly we find out if he is Team Pie or Team Cake!

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The Witcher Rants & Review with spoilers

The Witcher Rants & Review with spoilers

January 11, 2020

The Witcher is the hottest thing on Netflix right now. It is a series based on the books and video games of the same name. It is a fantasy themed show with lots of magic and swordplay. Think of it as Game of Thrones with a lot more monsters. Henry Cavill plays the Witcher. This is a character that travels the countryside killing monsters for money. It's a hard job, but he makes a living at it.

Even though the Witcher is the title character, he really takes a backseat to the magic using Yennefer. You see her rise up from lowly daughter of a pig farmer to one of the strongest magic users in the land. There are really 3 main story-lines: The Witcher, Yennefer, and Ciri. All 3 of these stories are interwoven and they eventually all end up together at the end.

Our only complaint about The Witcher is the non-linear timeline. They don't give you any subtitles or visual clues to let you know there are big jumps in the timeline. If they had included those it would be easier to follow. Or even better, just tell the story in linear time. It doesn't really help develop anything with all the jumping around.

Overall, we enjoyed The Witcher. It is definitely a series you should watch more than once so all the subtleties and timeline maneuvering can sink in. It has already been renewed for season 2. Looks like Netflix has another hit on their hands.

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Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker Review with spoilers

Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker Review with spoilers

January 5, 2020

Patrick and Alex discuss Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker movie. Be warned, there are spoilers in this video.



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Disney Plus Star Wars The Mandalorian Season 1 Episode 8 review with spoilers

Disney Plus Star Wars The Mandalorian Season 1 Episode 8 review with spoilers

December 29, 2019

Episode 8 was a great way to end the season. A few questions were answered, but now we have a lot more. We learn that Cara Dune's middle name is Cynthia and Greef is a disgraced Magistrate. We also find out the Mandalorian's name is Din Djarin. IG-11 proves that Kuill's programming was top notch. He takes out the two biker scouts that kidnapped Little Yodes. He then proceeds to race through town on the speeder bike taking out troopers along the way.

IG-11 reunites with Greef, Cara, and Mando with Little Yodes in tow. They are able to escape through the sewers. Mando leads them to the Mandalorian hide-a-way hoping they will escort them out to the ship only to find a stack of armor.The Blacksmith is there melting down the armor from the fallen Mandos so they can reforge it into armor for other Mandos in the future. She tells the group to restock on weapons and ammo and go out through the lava river to get to their ship. After they leave the Blacksmith some Imperial troops try to question her, but she dispatches them quickly with nothing more than her blacksmithing tools.

Mando's group discovers an ambush of troopers waiting for them at the exit of the underground lava river. IG-11 makes the ultimate sacrifice by self destructing in the midst of the troopers to clear the way for Mando's group. Just when you thought they were good to go, Moff Gideon swoops in with his TIE fighter to try to stop them. Mando uses his newly acquired jetpack to plant thermal detonators on the TIE fighter which grounds Moff Gideon.

Greef and Cara decide to stay on Nevarro and keep running the Bounty Hunters guild. Mando and Little Yodes take off in the Razorcrest to find where to return Yodes to his people. You think that is the end.... but no. The Jawas are scavenging Moff Gideon's wrecked TIE fighter when you see a black blade cut through the side. Moff Gideon steps out of the TIE fighter holding what appears to be the Dark Saber.

If you don't know what the Dark Saber is you can watch Clone Wars or take the quick way and Google it. The Mandalorian is giving us a great Star Wars story without relying on big name character cameos. That doesn't mean there isn't a ton of easter eggs and references to other Star Wars stuff though. So far, season 1 seems to have balanced out the new characters and story-line with just the right amount of pandering to the fans.

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Disney Plus Star Wars The Mandalorian Season 1 Episode 7 review with spoilers

Disney Plus Star Wars The Mandalorian Season 1 Episode 7 review with spoilers

December 20, 2019

Episode 7 reunites Mando with a lot of the characters we've met in earlier episodes. Now you know why the character building episodes were thrown into the season. It starts with a message from Greef Karga that he wants Mando's help to get rid of the Imperial presence on his planet. Ever since Mando took off with Little Yodes, the former Empire has been coming there in large numbers. That is making it difficult for the Bounty Hunters Guild to do business. If he helps get rid of the former Imperials, Greef will clear his name so he doesn't have to keep running.

Mando is pretty sure it's a trap, but he doesn't really have many options. His first stop is to enlist the help of Cara Dune. Cara is not too hyped to help until she learns it is against the former Empire. Next they talk to Kuill. That's when they find out the Ugnaught picked up the IG-11 droid that Mando blasted in episode 1. The IG-11 droid was re-programmed to serve and protect rather than hunt and destroy.

Mando meets up with Greef and his crew outside the city. They camp overnight before heading into the city to trick the Imperial client and kill him. During the night they are attacked by some flying creatures that end up poisoning Greef. Little Yodes is able to Force-heal him. In the morning they proceed to the city. Once at the city limits, Greef spins around and shoots the two bounty hunters he brought with him. He lets Mando know the original plan was to jump him there and take his body and Little Yodes to the Imperial client. He had a change of heart when Little Yodes saved his life.

So, new plan is to bring Mando in cuffed with the little child carrier empty. Kuill is secretly sent back to the Razorcrest with Little Yodes. Once they get in front of the client, Mando is to shoot him. Then they hope the mercenaries will all leave since their paycheck has been killed. The plan might have worked if not for another Imperial bad guy showing up The client receives a call from Moff Gideon. He lets him know he is there for Little Yodes. His Death Troopers fill the place with laser fire killing the client and his Stormtroopers. When Mando peeks outside he sees the Death Troopers and a bunch of personnel carriers delivering more troops.

Then you see and hear the TIE Fighter. The coolest TIE Fighter I've ever seen lands and Moff Gideon gets out. Mando breaks radio silence and tells Kuill to get back to the ship quickly and take off without them. Unfortunately that message was intercepted and a coupla biker scouts cut him down within eyesight of the Razorcrest. They scoop up Little Yodes and head back to the city.

The episode ends with Mando, Greef, and Cara pinned down in the building. Kuill is presumably dead and we don't know what the re-programmed IG-11 is up to. There is much despair for Mando right now. There is one episode left in season one. We can't wait to see how they get out of this predicament and leave us wanting more in season 2.

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Disney Plus Star Wars The Mandalorian Season 1 Episode 6 review with spoilers

Disney Plus Star Wars The Mandalorian Season 1 Episode 6 review with spoilers

December 14, 2019

Episode 6 sees Mando hook up with an old acquaintance, Ranzar Malk (Mark Boone Jr) to pull a job off the books to make some money. It's not easy being a single parent out there in this harsh galaxy.

The team is made up of four plus Mando. There is team leader Mayfeld (Bill Burr), an old love interest of Mando's Xi'an (Natalia Tena), Burg (Clancy Brown), and a droid named Zero (Richard Ayoade). Mando finds out the heist is to get one of their colleagues off a Republic prison ship. They really only need him for his ship.

The team turns on Mando and toss him into a holding cell while they try to make their escape. See, there wasn't supposed to be any Republic humans on board. There was one guard in the control room and he activated the distress call. Now they are in a time constraint to exit before the Republic sends reinforcements.

He's a Mandalorian, so of course he finds a way to escape the prison. He makes short work of the team that turned on him just in time to take out Zero. Now, Zero stayed on the ship to help coordinate the heist. He got nosy and went through the ship's logs and figured out that Little Yodes was worth some scratch. He was too slow though, as Mando shoots Zero before he can take out Yodes.

Mando takes the guy they broke out of prison back to Ranzar and gets paid. Ranzar had plans to doublecross Mando and shoot his ship down. Just about the time he calls the gunship up to do that they discover Mando planted the distress beacon on them. Right on cue Rebel X-wings drop out of hyperspace in front of the base and destroy it while Mando cruises off into the sunset.

A little more action in this episode. Some really cool firefights happen in the Rebel prison ship. There are only 2 more episodes this season so it will be interesting to see how they tie it all up and get us ready for season 2.

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Disney Plus Star Wars The Mandalorian Season 1 Episode 5 review with spoilers

Disney Plus Star Wars The Mandalorian Season 1 Episode 5 review with spoilers

December 7, 2019

Episode 5 starts out with a dogfight in space. An unnamed bounty hunter is bearing down on Mando. The Mando is able to pull a stop-short maneuver and get the drop on the guy. In doing so he takes some damage to the Razorcrest.

Mando limps his ship to the nearest spaceport. We nearly jumped out of our seat when he got clearance to land by ... Mos Eisley tower!

He needs money to repair his ship so he looks for bounties in the local cantina. Yes, it is the same cantina that Luke and Obi-Wan met up with Han and Chewie. He finds a rookie bounty hunter that needs help bringing in a big bounty.

Turns out the bounty is an elite assassin level target by the name Fennec Shand (portrayed by Ming-Na Wen). Mando agrees only when he is offered the full bounty as long as the rookie gets the credit.

They end up capturing Fennec, but she gets inside the rookies head while Mando is out capturing a dewback for transportation. She lets the rookie know Mando is worth far more to the bounty hunters guild than her.

The rookie shoots Fennec and goes back to Mos Eisley to hold Little Yodes hostage. Things don't work out the way he planned, and Mando quickly dispatches him. He pays for his ship repairs and leaves Mos Eisley.

The scene that has everyone talking is a mysterious figure discovers Fennec Shands body in the Dune Sea desert. All we see are the boots and a cape. The theorists are saying it is Boba Fett. Personally I don't buy into that. There are only 3 episodes left and we haven't seen Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito) yet. My money is it is him that was employing Fennec Shand and now he is upset his best protection has been taken out. What are your theories on this new figure?

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Disney Plus Star Wars The Mandalorian Season 1 Episode 4 review with spoilers

Disney Plus Star Wars The Mandalorian Season 1 Episode 4 review with spoilers

November 30, 2019

Episode 4 was a little slower than the previous 3 episodes, but it did fill in a lot about the Mandalorian. It was verified that he does in fact remove his helmet, but only when alone. That means no one has seen his face since he was a child taken in by the Mandos.

The Mandalorian finds a very backwater planet that doesn't even have a spaceport to hide out. He runs into Cara Dune (Gina Carano), an ex Rebel shock trooper who is also hiding out on the planet.

They get into a bit of a tussle (Cara Dune appeared to be winning) before they join forces to help a small local group of farmers to defeat a raiding clan of Klatooinians. Those Klatooinians have some big firepower in the form of an up-armored AT-ST. They took a somewhat goofy looking vehicle that the Ewoks made short work of, and turned it into a really evil looking killing machine.

Long story short, the farmers win and The Mandalorian is thinking about staying in the village with Baby Yoda. That is, until a bounty hunter tries to sniper Baby Yoda (He deserves his own name, so let's call him Little Yodes). The Mando then realizes he has to stay on the run and take Little Yodes with him to keep him safe.

If you watch the credits you'll notice Bryce Dallas Howard (daughter of Ron Howard aka Opie aka Richie Cunningham) directed this episode. She did a pretty decent job of capturing the human emotions side of the Mandalorian.

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