Reviews

LA Film Festival Review: Sensitivity Training

There’s something about an “odd couple” that seems to work well in comedies. Ever since the idea became popular back in 1965 with Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple,” there have

Review: Central Intelligence

What do you get when you get one of the funniest men alive and one of the most charismatic men alive and put them in the same movie together? What

Review: Optoma NuForce BE6i Wireless Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones

In a time when almost everything is wireless and always need updating, wireless headphones are one of the many tech items we’re looking to upgrade. Optoma Technology is doing just that

Review: Finding Dory

“How come every animated movie is doing a sequel except for Finding Nemo?” Ellen DeGeneres for years has been campaigning Disney/Pixar to create a sequel to the ultra successful Finding Nemo. It

Razer’s ManO’War Headset is powerful, yet affordable (review)

For years now, we’ve seen different companies try to win customers over with sweet words like “the true experience”  when it comes to different features in their gaming headsets. Many don’t live up

10 Cloverfield Lane Blu-ray (review)

10 Cloverfield Lane is the spiritual sequel to the J.J. Abrams’ found footage monster film, Cloverfield. 10 Cloverfield Lane is in no way shape or form a direct sequel to

Odin Sphere: Leiftrasir Review

It feels like certain game developers have gotten lazy. Rather than try to be innovative and create a new titles, they seem to find it easier to release older titles with improved

LA Film Festival Review: Zedd True Colors

In 2012, Zedd burst through the music scene with his catchy and melodic hit, Clarity. Ever since then Anton Zaslavski, otherwise known as Zedd, has sold millions of copies of

LA Film Festival Review: Lights Out

In 2013, the short film Lights Out became a viral sensation, as the short became a hit to critics and viewers, alike. The short’s simple – but effective – premise

Your Lie in April Set 2 Blu-ray Review

It’s really hard to think about Your Lie in April, and not start to tear up. A tragic and emotional story that really pulls you in, Your Lie in April does

Warcraft movie review

Summertime blockbuster season is in full swing and the latest entry to the silver screen arena, Warcraft, will be in a theater near you June 10th. This movie is based

LA Film Festival Review: The Conjuring 2

After the tremendous pressure that came from Fast 7, James Wan decided to go back to the genre that has defined his career: Horror. This time, Wan has decided to put

Durarara!! X2 Ten Volume 4 Blu-ray Set (Review)

One of the things that has really made Durarara!! a treat to watch wasn’t just the story, but how the series has been able to introduce more and more characters into

Review: Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

The Lonely Island made their name from creating some of the most catchiest and funniest songs for SNL during the early 2000s. However, just like any other band, the individuals

Hitman: Episode 2 (PS4 review)

In case you didn’t read the review of Episode 1 of Hitman, first of all, please read it. Second, you would know that I was a little underwhelmed. However, I thankfully

The Mega Man plush toy I got from Ottawa Commicon

I’ve always been a pretty big fan of Mega Man. When I was a kid, I played the Nintendo games all the time, although I needed my brother to input

Choose #TeamCap with this Civil War casual-to-cosplay jacket

In the world of cross-play (gender swapping cosplay), it seems many females are limited to a ‘sexy’ version of costumes. So instead of portraying our favorite heroes, we’re subjected to

Review: Alice Through The Looking Glass

Walt Disney Studios has been on a streak lately with their live-action adaptations. However, many forget that the film that started Disney’s live-action craze was 2010’s Alice in Wonderland. Wonderland

Gotham season finale ‘Transference’ has finally lost control

*Review contains spoilers* Tonight’s Gotham season finale brought out all the villains we have dealt with before – Mr. Freeze, Firefly, Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith), Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor),

Bran’s visions of the past haunt him in Game of Thrones, Season 5, Episode 5 ‘The Door’

Spoilers ahead! Hold the door indeed… I apologize for everything negative I ever said about Bran’s storyline. This week’s episode of Game of Thrones “The Door” showed us two things. 1) Bran’s storyline,