Stephanie has no one but her stuffed turtle, Franklin, and the corpse of her dead brother for companionship. No one else is with her, or seemingly around her, save for an occasional visit from a dangerous yet unseen creature stalking her.
The Black Dahlia’s murder is unquestionably fascinating, and people can’t be blamed for fixating on the mystery surrounding Elizabeth’s life and death. The very public place where her exsanguinated body was carefully arranged, the Glasgow smile, bludgeoned face, and post-mortem abuse. How could rumors and speculation not spread, taking a tragic death and transforming it into a nationwide obsession?
The Promised Neverland by Kaiu Shirai, illustrated by Posuka Demizu, was published as a manga on August 1, 2016. It wasn’t until 2019 that the first season of The Promised Neverland was released as an anime. Having heard exciting things about this anime, I felt it appropriate to spend a night watching season one. The entire season was packed with beautiful animation, music, and a fantastic start to a psychological dark fantasy anime. (Warning: Some Spoilers Ahead)…
A solid, classical ghost story is an excellent choice in entertainment for any season of the year, but some movies that feature ghosts hold up better than others over the span of time. Yes, indeed, some films certainly have a more enduring quality, overall.