*DISCLAIMER: This article contains spoilers for the new season of BoJack Horseman. If you have yet to watch the new season, please watch it, and then come back.* Upon first glance, BoJack Horseman seems like a goofy, Family Guy-esque series—how could a show about a talking cartoon horse possibly get any deeper than this? However, as the show progresses further along, it becomes more twisted … Continue reading “The Only Way Out is Through”: Exploring the Emotional Complexities of BoJack Horseman in its Fourth Season
Now that summer is finally over, and the transition to Awards Season has officially begun, we at Enthuse have noticed that some of this year’s most buzzed about films have gone… well… unnoticed. In order to rectify that, we have come together to take a look back at some of 2017’s biggest hits, as well as some of its biggest misses, that we never got … Continue reading The 2017 Enthuse Film Catch-Up Extravaganza!
A candid look back on the last three months since the launch of Enthuse. The site started with the idea of combining the creative voices of passionate student writers, and the result has been much greater than we had ever expected. Continue reading Enthuse: The Journey So Far
The summer anime season has begun and new series Knight’s & Magic blends both mecha and fantasy genres into a fascinating world. It has a promising first episode, despite a frustrating three-year rush of story progression. The anime oddly begins in our world with a mecha otaku who is a genius programmer, who after shopping for his figure collection, dies from a car accident. Just … Continue reading Knight’s & Magic Episode 1 Review
The Cars series of films have been a set of road bumps on an otherwise smooth journey. Cars 3 is a marked improvement from the previous films as it effectively concludes the series, but it is still a drag to watch due to shoddy writing. Continue reading Cars 3 Is A Surprisingly Satisfying Conclusion To The Series
Are you ever too old to enjoy a poop joke? The big screen adaptation of Dav Pilkey’s beloved Captain Underpants children’s novels sure hopes not. Continue reading Watching ‘Captain Underpants’ is Like Sliding On Your Favourite Underwear
Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid strikes a confident and consistent tone that meets and exceeds the animation and story pedigree set by previous episodic Kyoto Animation shows. It tells the story of shapeshifting dragon Tohru, (Yūki Kuwahara) and her sudden ambition to freeload in the apartment of Kobayashi (Mutsumi Tamura), a female programmer by day and occasional, maid-otaku drunkard by night. Along the way, Tohru’s presence … Continue reading Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid is A Fluidly Animated Masterpiece About Love and Life