darkstorm

By day, I work in the television industry. By night, I'm a writer for Anime UK News. Twitter: @lilithdarkstorm

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Ring: 20th Anniversary Screening Review
Film Review

Ring: 20th Anniversary Screening Review

Ring: 20th Anniversary Screening Review
Luckily, the outdated technology of VCRs and square TVs are not the most horrific scare of this movie; Ring is the epitome of slow-burn horror with its 20th anniversary screening being a delightful reminder of why it was such a big hit back then.
• 23rd February 2019
Wish Omnibus Review
Manga Review

Wish Omnibus Review

Wish Omnibus Review
Wish isn’t a series that’s likely to become your new favourite CLAMP manga but it’s a delightfully simple, fun, beautifully drawn series that easily pulls you into its story with likeable characters and genuine relationship chemistry.
• 19th February 2019
The Witch’s House: The Diary of Ellen Volume 1 Review
Manga Review

The Witch’s House: The Diary of Ellen Volume 1 Review

The Witch’s House: The Diary of Ellen Volume 1 Review
This prequel to the horror indie game is a gruesomely delightful book with a simple but effective story, dark imagery and strong lead character. The Witch’s House: The Diary of Ellen is best enjoyed when accompanied by knowledge of the game, however, so if you’ve yet to dive into it, there’s no time like the present.
• 6th February 2019
Winter Streaming Preview 2019
Features

Winter Streaming Preview 2019

Winter Streaming Preview 2019
Winter Season 2019 is well underway - but which shows are worth watching? Anime UK News' writers have some suggestions and recommendations...
AUKN Staff • 29th January 2019
RWBY Volume 5 Review
Anime Review

RWBY Volume 5 Review

RWBY Volume 5 Review
RWBY Volume 5 juggles a lot of elements that ultimately don’t always pan out, making this one of the weakest seasons so far. Hopefully it's merely a blip on the radar and not a sign of things to come.
• 27th September 2018
RWBY Volume 4 Review
Anime Review

RWBY Volume 4 Review

RWBY Volume 4 Review
RWBY Volume 4 may not be as explosive and dark as Volume 3 but it’s a great follow-up that properly sets up the pieces for the next chapter of the story, with good emotional arcs and fun fight sequences.
• 27th September 2018