Kill La Kill
If that means anything to you, then it means you’ve at least heard of, if not seen the blatantly over-the-top anime about a girl with a vague past seeking revenge for a father she never knew. The show is a crazy frankensteins monster stitching together absurd storyline, Tarintino-like homage to the Japanese grindhouse action shows of yesteryear, copious amounts of shameless fanservice, and exaggerated animation to create something picturesque, comedic, perverted and thrillingly ultraviolent. It’s juvenile, guilty pleasure, and I love it. If there is any further depth to this show, it’s not commentary on philosophy or sociology or psychology… but about entertainment.