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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Review
December 27, 2019 | Movie Reviews
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The Rise of Skywalker: Before The Viewing
December 20, 2019 | Movie Features
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The Philadelphia Film Festival opened Thursday with “Parasite” and “Just Mercy”
October 20, 2019 | Movie Features
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Carnival Row (Spoiler-Free) Review
August 29, 2019 | TV Reviews
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Fall Network TV Preview: DRAMAS
August 17, 2019 | TV Features


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Hannibal: “Kaiseki”- A Simple and Brilliant Return

It’s been less than a year since we last left Will Graham and Hannibal Lector reenacting the classic Silence of the Lambs moment between Clarice and Hannibal, albeit with Hannibal on the wrong side of the bars. In the ensuing break, not much has changed for our hero Will, but we are shown right off the […]

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The Walking Dead: “After”- A Strong Return

After a brief hiatus, we’ve returned for the second half of The Walking Dead‘s fourth season. And, if the rest of the season’s episodes are as measured and well-executed as “After,” Dead will have righted its ship after takings a serious tumble in quality at the end of last year. The Walking Dead is at […]

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Archer Vice – A Kiss While Dying Review: New Premise, Same Style

Archer Vice has officially commenced, and with this week’s episode “A Kiss While Dying” it’s getting off to a pretty good start. There is a little weirdness coming into the new premise, but essentially the structure of the show is very much the same as it has always been. There is an A-story with a […]

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Sherlock: “The Empty Hearse” Review – A Superb Return

Sherlock fans, rejoice! Our long wait is over. After a two year haitus, Sherlock has returned with three new episodes to sate our appetites. The game is on! Without a doubt, the most pressing question left after season two’s cliffhanger, which saw Sherlock leap to his apparent death in order to prevent Moriarty’s hired goons […]

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Ryan Murphy Teases American Horror Story Season 4 Setting

As the latest season of American Horror Story quickly approaches its finale, the time has once again come for showrunner Ryan Murphy to begin dropping hints regarding the setting of the next installment in the immensely popular anthology series. In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Murphy dropped his first hint: the upcoming fourth season […]

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SEGA & Creative Assembly Announce Alien Isolation

After years of waiting, rumors, speculation, and leaks, SEGA has officially announced the next video game addition to Ridley Scott’s science-fiction horror franchise, Alien. Developed by The Creative Assembly, Alien: Isolation is set to release across all major platforms later this year. Leaked as early as May of 2011 by the United Kingdom’s Minister for […]

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When a Game is More than a Game

There are a lot of games out there and everyone enjoys to play a different style. Whether it’s a simple first person shooter where you play as a soldier, a real time strategy game where you command hundreds of troops, or as simple as a rhythm game like Guitar Hero.  However, when does a game become more than just a game? When does your experience with a game carry with you for years to come?  It might have been because it had an amazing story that stuck with you, or a game that you played as a kid that you always enjoyed. Just recently I’ve been thinking more about this as I’ve been playing through Red Dead Redemption, a great game by the way, which has been captivating me with characters that are fun to meet and hard to forget. Series like Metal Gear Solid, Zelda, and Halo have stuck with me the most, while a few others have found their way into my list of games that I will always remember. There are probably already a lot of people that can name Final Fantasy VII as one of their most impacting games.

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