Note that if you look for this movie on Netflix, the title there is “Oh My Ghost 3”.
Lupin is in Harlem, during the mid 1970’s and all over the neighborhood most of the people you see are white, rarely a black person.
Reminds me of the old Gary Anderson series from the 1960's that used puppets, series like "Thunderbirds", "Stingray" and "Captain Scarlet". It was interesting to see those puppets being made to attempt marital arts moves and sword fighting. And the main character showed himself to be move than expected at the end of the first season.
“The ocean has no tides”. Someone’s never been to the beach.
In case you're confused, all the services I've seen that carry this series has this episode as episode 26, not ep. 3. The rest of the series follows in order, but a number less until you reach episode 25, thus episode 4 is now episode 3, ep 5 is 4 and so on.
Certainly the best Korean "Western" if not the best Asian Western overall, it's a blast to watch. Be sure to watch the original (Korean/DVD) cut instead of the international (Netflix) cut. The international version leaves out a couple of scenes at the end which tell you what happened to some of the main characters.
This is a duplicate entry, the same series as Shin Cutie Honey (https://trakt.tv/shows/shin-cutie-honey)
This is a duplicate entry, same series as New Cutey Honey (https://trakt.tv/shows/new-cutey-honey)
I like how at the end of each chapter for this season the number of singing heads is the same as the chapter number.
I've noticed that Trakt only has 7 seasons listed while Netflix has seasons 7 - 10, having just recently dropped the first 6 seasons that originally aired on FOX. Did Netflix make further episodes since I don't see them mentioned anywhere else?
This is a duplicate of the entry found at https://trakt.tv/movies/the-villainess-2017
There was a Japanese remake of this movie in 2014 called "Monsterz"
This is a remake of the 2010 Korean movie "Haunters".
Anime fans have complained for the past few years that the quality of anime has gone down, this is one of the series that bought it back up. It is one of the best sci fi anime series ever. Starts out slow but becomes a good thriller towards the end.
I saw this series when it first came out under the original title "Binbougami ga!" which refers to the poverty goddess of the series and it was very funny back then. The English title was created when an English dub of the series was released a couple of years later.
Original title - Okusama ga Seitokaichou!
The series is also know in the US as (first season) "Working!!", (second season) "Working'!!", and (third season) "Working!!!". This causes confusion with any auto tracking apps.
Known in the U.S. as "Case Closed", apparently because fans of the "Conan the Barbarian" character raised a big stink over the name, saying that the only Conan they will allow is the barbarian. They seemed to have overlooked Conan O'Brian.
I had seen it under the English title "Dead Bite", Trakt had it listed under it's original Thailand title, "Gancore Gud". Since I first wrote this they changed the Trakt listing to the English title, but now it's listed twice on Trakt. It's not meant to be serious so anyone watching shouldn't take it seriously and just enjoy it for the laughs.