Attack on Titan: The Final Season Pt. 2 sets the foundation for the final showdown while adding more depth to an emotionally strong series.
Redo of Healer could have been an interesting story but instead it’s a tasteless trend chaser while the uncensored version is “watchable”.
Attack on Titan: The Final Season Pt. 1 takes fans to a new world while also setting the foundation for the final confrontation.
Redo of Healer is a tasteless trend chaser that has embraced the worst plot elements of the dark fantasy genre.
The dubbed version of KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on this Wonderful World! Legend of Crimson is the same great fantasy comedy with the cast mixing in their own charm.
Burn the Witch will welcome viewers into the Soul Society West Branch with its stunning animation and memorable characters.
Goblin Slayer: Goblin’s Crown continues the journey of the titular hero while setting the foundation for Season 2.
The God of High School Season 1 Premiere is a solid introduction to the series while establishing its overall foundation.
Isekai Quartet 2 once again follows the school life of the core characters from the most popular isekais.
From its grotesque violence to the cheesy plot, The Island of Giant Insects hits all the right marks in regards to a quality grindhouse film.
The Netflix remaster of Neon Genesis Evangelion brings a new layer of emotional depth while introducing the series to a new generation.
Season 3 Pt.2 of Attack on Titan bring everything into perspective by answering all the questions regarding this merciless but beautiful world.
The stakes are higher in Kakegurui xx but the focus is also no longer on the core characters as everyones story now takes center stage.
Saga of Tanya the Evil: The Movie sets the ground work for Season 2 by introducing fans to the bitter rivalry between Tanya von Degurechaff against Mary Sue.
The Seven Deadly Sins: Prisoners of the Sky is the classic story of an isolated community under siege by the Demon Clan and only the titular heroes can save the day.