Review: Dante’s Inferno

Dante a soldier of the Crusade returns home to find his wife slain and her innocent soul taken to hell by Lucifer. He must traverse all 9 circles of hell to free his precious wife and destroy Lucifer, with it facing all his past and demons.

Right off the bat this is an R rated movie, I knew it was dark from the trailers but it was also perfectly shocking and disturbing. There is more blood shed in this movie then all Tarantino’s movies combined, the best part was all the different styles of animation. I loved how the character was presented differently in each level of hell the characters and world around him changes to a different style of animation.

The story and the script of Dante’s inferno is well thought out. You jump right into the mess of things and get pulled into the whole adventure not knowing what is going to happen next. Not knowing what to expect made this movie an even better experience. When it comes down to it an animated movie is only as good as the story and the script, and this one is a hit.


Dante’s Infermo – Animated Movie


As the release of the game is coming out they are releasing this animated movie in February. A deep dark anime with the right kind of violence, deep animation and the story line to match. An innocent soul must be saved at any cost to stop hell from breaking loose on earth. Dante’s love was taken as hell’s sacrifice to free them into the world, but Dante must destroy all that is in hell to save his loved one. Looks like its going to be one those amazing animated epic movies.

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Review: Sengoku Basara

Plot Summary: In the bloody Warring States period of feudal Japan, many generals fought in an endless struggle for power, but one man proved to be too big a threat – The dark lord Oda Nobunaga. Sanada Yukimura and Date Masamune, two young warriors from different regions who become heated rivals, begin to form an unlikely alliance with the rest of the generals to take down the Devil King.

Its rare for an anime to pull you in from the first episode, and that is what Sengoku Basara did to me, it pulled me right in and I knew which characters I liked and which I didn’t. I hated Oda Nobunaga from the onset, I didn’t expect it to be this good, so much struggle so much passion in all these fighters it gets me worked up. At certain points I’m about to jump and hit my screen, such amazing characters with the perfect amount of action an anime really that should be watched with a colorful history.

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