Article written by Sam Stashower. Change comes gradually, especially in movies. It’s a generally accepted truism that Hollywood is always late to the uptake, always hopping on trends years (decades, even) after they’re relevant (hi, The Angry Birds Movie!) Only rarely does a single film come along and draw a line in the sand; a
Written by Sam Stashower. So, anyone remember Shaft? Yeah, there was another one of those earlier this year. You’d be forgiven for not remembering. By all accounts, it wasn’t very good. It seemed to just kind of come and go without much fuss. The one point of note was how interesting it was that there
This is part two of my review roundup of platforming games I’ve played recently. You can view part one here: Video Game Roundup Review: Platformers Special Part I Article by Michael Savich Mutant Mudds (3DS, PC, PS4, Switch, etc.) ~$9.99 While most modern platformers emphasize fast and frenzied gameplay, Mutant Mudds is different. It encourages slow
By: Michael Savich You wake up in a mysterious, dark cave surrounded by ominous glowing machinery. After a jaunt down a long hallway, you emerge onto a rocky outcropping that overlooks a world seemingly reclaimed by nature. Emerald hills sprawl out towards distant mountains, and what few man-made structures you can spot are falling apart.
By: Teegan Macleod This is not a joke, Moonlight has won best picture If you are a fan of La La Land you were ecstatic for about 90 seconds. At the end of the ceremony La La Land was announced as the winner of the night’s biggest award, Best Picture. No one was very surprised