The VelociPastor is a film that’s cinematic DNA seems to have been excavated from an archaeological triple feature of Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park, William Friedkin’s The Exorcist and Bruce Lee’s Enter The Dragon. Actually, scrap that. More likely it was films like Roger Corman’s Carnosaur, Leslie Nielsen’s Repossessed and the
4X turn-based strategy games such as Age of Wonders: Planetfall are very much the domain of the PC. So to see one not only come to home consoles but to release on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at the same as the Windows launch is remarkable in of itself.
One of the true joys of being a gamer is getting to play a title that basically subverts everything you know about how stories and gameplay are supposed to go and basically giving you a new experience. For Iratus: Lord of the Dead, you definitely get that feeling. Despite it
In a time where video games often seem to be pushing for the titles of “best-looking”, most “details in the world”, or a “deeply satisfying and emotional experience”, we often forget that sometimes the best games out there are the ones that do something simple, and do it very well.
Life on an island can be a paradise or a prison and in Crown and Anchor, the drug fueled family crime drama by Michael and Andrew Rowe, the latter is made clear with an intensity that will make you feel as if it’s your life on the line. St. Johns,
Bunkheads, the new zombie apocalypse sitcom available on Amazon’s Prime Video is a throwback to the classic sitcoms of the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s that will have you laughing so hard you’ll bust a gut, literally. But be careful, all those organs spilling out are sure to attract the undead
There has been a movement of late in regards to old-school video games. Mainly, ever since Shovel Knight came out, there’s been a desire to try and “recapture” the old days of video games. This has led to various games like The Messenger, Katana Zero, and now, Jump King. But
Few things are more terrifying than discovering an evil presence in the place where you lay your head down to sleep. Room For Rent, the suspenseful and unsettling film from director, Tommy Stovall brings the concept of a landlord from hell to the next level with a creeping dread that
One of the most loved elements of Dungeons & Dragons, even among those who have never played the game, is the art created for the series. An upcoming documentary called Eye Of The Beholder: The Art Of Dungeons And Dragons covers the history and humans behind the phenomenon. It’s informative,
The Warhammer universe is very expansive and covers many different genres both in video games and outside it. But one of the more interesting things that it did was make its way into the CCG genre, and now, a digital version of that has come to Nintendo Switch in the
Eric Clapton’s album August was not considered by critics to be one of his better albums. Some criticized August’s production, while others criticized Clapton in general for not sounding like he did in the 60s and 70s. August is an album that holds a special place in my heart, though,
Bringing together a team is never easy, just ask Danny Ocean, Nick Fury or Dominic Toretto. But in the hands of the right filmmaker a story of highly skilled individuals joining forces for a dangerous mission can be a highly entertaining experience. The Glorious Seven aims to be such a