Demon Slayer – Episode 18: A Forged Bond

I spent the last post talking about how much I’d grown to like Zenitsu after really not being a big fan based on his introduction. I ended by saying that the show just needed to make me like Inosuke a little more. Well, as if knowing I’d say that, we get an episode that does glean a little more into the Boar Boy’s history and character.

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Catching up on Demon Slayer – Episodes 14 – 16

I had a bout of food poisoning a few weeks back and that threw my upload schedule all out of whack. Consequently, I missed a few Demon Slayer reviews. So I thought I’d make amends by going back and talking about the three as a group and my thoughts about the show’s new dynamic now that it isn’t solely focusing on Tanjiro and Nezuko.

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Pet Sematary (2019): A Return to Slow Burn Horror

My main driving force in going to see this movie was derived from 2017’s IT: A movie that I enjoyed far more than I’d expected to. Between the two, it gives me hope that we can make another step in the direction of mainstream movies taking the horror genre more seriously. At least, as seriously as it’s been taken since colour was the standard.

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