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Movie review round up for May 7th 2022

Yaksha: Ruthless Operations, The Pirates: The last Royal treasure, and The Northman. A pretty good week, overall, as it includes two very solid South Korean blockbusters and a mesmerizing Viking revenge saga. Yaksha: Ruthless Operations was co-written and directed by Na Hyeon (with An Sang-hoon being listed as a co-writer) and it stars Sol Kyung-Gu, […]

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Gaming round up for April 2022

What lies in the multiverse, Who’s Lila?, Tunic, and A memoir blue. 2022 has been a weak year for gaming thus far for me. I am not a FromSoftware guy and don’t really feel the urge to try any of their new games, but Elden Ring may be my first simply because there’s seemingly nothing […]

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A review of some recent Netflix Original movies and a discussion on the state of the service

Don’t’ kill me, Furioza, and Choose or Die. This started out as my weekly review round-up for the latest movies that I’ve seen on Netflix, but the news broke out about Netflix’s public loss of subscribers and their subsequent plans to cut back on animation projects, which sparked some reactions that I wanted to share. […]

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Movie review round up April 16, 2022

Ambulance, Black Crab, and X. For this week’s round-up there are two highly anticipated movies and a nice surprise; Michael Bay’s new movie, a highly regarded slasher, and a futuristic action-thriller with Noomi Rapace. Starting with Ambulance which was directed by Michael Bay, written by Chris Fedak, based on a 2005 Danish movie of the […]

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Netflix Original Movies of 2022 catch up

Against the Ice, The Privilege, Big Bug, Windfall, The House It’s been a few months of new Netflix Original movies, so I decided to do a catch-up with five of them, starting with Against the Ice. When I first saw the trailer for this, I immediately thought it was like The Terror (2018) but a […]

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Gaming round-up for March 26th

Bite-sized reviews/impressions for Chorus, Exo One, Severed Steel, and Shadow Warrior 3. I’ve played quite a few games since the last article focusing on games and I have some thoughts on a variety of titles I’d like to share. I’ll start with Chorus, developed by Fishlabs and published by Deep Silver. For a studio like […]

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The Adam Project movie review

The Adam Project is directed by Shawn Levy, written by Jonathan Trooper, T.S. Nowlin, Jennifer Flackett, and Mark Levin, and it stars an ensemble cast headlined by Ryan Reynolds, alongside Zoe Saldana, Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner, Catherine Keener, and young Walker Scobell. After the surprise hit Free Guy, The Adam Project is the second collaboration […]

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The Batman movie review

There are only a few comic-book characters that can get me excited for a movie adaptation; actually, there is only one. Batman’s an iconic character, not only in the comic book world, but in films, TV, pop culture, and general culture. A new movie adaptation will compete with previous ones, will be compared to some […]

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Guardians of the Galaxy game review

When I first saw the reveal trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy (GOTG for short), my immediate reaction was trying to skip the segment but forgetting it was a live show and begrudgingly sitting through it. Then, the game came out and it was a resounding success with critics and fans alike; so, I stopped […]

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The Last Stand Aftermath

I’m always on the lookout for good roguelikes, so a recent one I got into is The Last Stand: Aftermath, which is a zombie roguelike that mostly does what you’d expect (but really well) and has a few neat tricks up its sleeve. Beyond some excellent gameplay and a really addictive game loop, what kept […]