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Way Too Late

Aug
29

The History of Future Folk: Space Worms and Banjos

The History of Future Folk, released in 2012, invites us to picture a scenario. You’re the best general alive. A comet is about to destroy everything you love. Your government has instructed you to find a replacement home planet. You traverse […]

Aug
24

The Killing Joke: Just as toxic when animated

The Killing Joke: It’s taken me a few weeks to process this movie. I needed time to decompress, to find the words behind how bad this movie made me feel. Most of you know, I am a big Batman fan. […]

Aug
22

Ava’s Possessions: Demon Anonymous

Few things pique my interest more than the words “music by Sean Lennon.” I’m a big fan of Lennon’s music and his involvement first drew me to Ava’s Possessions, currently streaming on Netflix. With the bulk of Netflix’s movie content […]

Aug
17

Suicide Squad: At least it wasn’t as bad as BvS?

At the time I’m writing this, it’s been about an hour since I walked out of the theater after watching Suicide Squad. On a scale of Batman Vs. Superman to Deadpool, I’d rate this movie a solid Green Lantern live […]

Aug
15

Deathgasm: Heavy Metal of Doooooooooooooooom

It’s been getting tough to find movies to watch on Netflix lately, especially as their content library has shrunk by 33% in the past two years.  As Netflix changes its business model to focus on more original content, watching that newest […]

All Things Gaming

Aug
23

Edge of Nowhere review – Cliffs of Craziness

Nothing says virtual reality like madness and tentacles. Edge of Nowhere delivers both of those in spades to the Oculus Rift.  I’ve enjoyed playing many games on the Rift, but plenty of those titles still felt like the first forays into VR gaming. Because […]

Aug
16

We Happy Few preview – Happiness is a choice!

We Happy Few has the potential to keep me enthralled for far longer than I feel comfortable admitting. I’ve already found myself lost in this bleak, Orwellian setting for hours at a time. It’s the newest game from Compulsion Games […]

Jun
13

Archer the Board Game: The Confusion Zone

A few months ago my wife was in our FLGS and saw Archer: the Board Game. “This looks awesome,” she said. She figured that since we were both fans of the show, we’d find it a blast. The shop owner; however, cautioned […]

Jun
07

Wasted is the Fallout roguelike you’ve been waiting for.

Wasted: A Post-Apocalyptic Pub Crawler (we’ll just call it Wasted) is a perfect cocktail of Fallout and Borderlands served up in a fancy roguelike glass. It is at once engaging and frustrating. However, I’m sure that’s what draws so many people to the roguelike […]

May
10

Oculus Rift impressions

After just a few days of playing with my new Oculus Rift, I can’t imagine any better future for video gaming. While I’m sure that I’ll continue to love my other, less immersive games, they just feel kind of old and mundane […]