5 Movies to Watch at Christmas (and Other Times Too)

Merry Christmas everyone! Regardless of whether or not you celebrate Christmas, it’s been the inspiration for some fantastic films. While the following five movies are best enjoyed during the holiday season, these classics can be watched any time of the year. Some of them are true Christmas classics, while others are Christmas movies by the loosest definitions. … More 5 Movies to Watch at Christmas (and Other Times Too)

Fantastical Road Trip: Final Fantasy XV Review

10 Years. That’s how long it’s been since Final Fantasy XV was announced. Technically it wasn’t even called Final Fantasy XV back then, it was part of the Final Fantasy XIII universe as Final Fantasy Versus XIII. If you’re a big FF fan like me, then chances are you’ve been following the game closely through … More Fantastical Road Trip: Final Fantasy XV Review

Star Trek Beyond Review: Where No One Has Gone Before

Space: the final frontier. Except, if you’re an entry in the Star Trek franchise then space usually isn’t very mysterious. Over the past 50 years, various incarnations of the Enterprise and her crew have been exploring the so-called “final frontier” on behalf of the Federation. From the original series to the next generation and a … More Star Trek Beyond Review: Where No One Has Gone Before

Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 2: Assembly Required Review

When Telltale Games started doing episodic games as their main distribution method, their games were released either all at once or on a monthly basis. With Telltale now its 11th year of developing games, their release structure seems to vary from game to game. Some titles have been released on a monthly basis, others on … More Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 2: Assembly Required Review

Are We in a New Golden Age of Animated Shows?

There’s something about special cartoons. Only limited by the creator’s imagination, there are almost endless possibilities as to what a cartoon can be. Unfortunately, cartoons have a reputation of being aimed solely at children. The shows hold their hand throughout the stories they tell and never push the boundaries of what could be. It wasn’t … More Are We in a New Golden Age of Animated Shows?

Why I’m Excited and Nervous About Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Two big things happened for Star Wars fans this week. First, was the release of the first full official trailer of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Second, tickets for the movie are now available for purchase. Now I’m certainly excited for this movie, and I’ll admit that there are bigger Star Wars fans out there than … More Why I’m Excited and Nervous About Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Lazer Team Review

    Whenever you see a movie that you’ve been waiting to see for a while, you develop certain expectations. Those expectations can make or break a movie depending on how realistic they are. Lazer Team is no exception, perhaps more so than most films I’ve seen. When you’re a big fan of the people … More Lazer Team Review

Why I’m More Excited for the Sherlock Special Than Series 4

Author’s note: If you haven’t seen the most recent series of Sherlock then stop reading because I’m going into full spoiler territory. The BBC released a new trailer for their Victorian era Sherlock special, and it made me realize two things. First, I’m very excited for what the special has in store for us and second, … More Why I’m More Excited for the Sherlock Special Than Series 4

I am Yakuza: Yakuza Apocalypse Review

If you’re familiar with Takashi Miike, then chances you’d know what to expect from Yakuza Apocalypse. Miike is known for several things in his films. Graphic imagery, absurdism, extreme violence, these are just some of aspects to his films that he’s become famous, or in some cases infamous, for over the years. Yakuza Apocalypse at face value has … More I am Yakuza: Yakuza Apocalypse Review