Reviews

Allied – Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

There’s something admirable about a filmmaker that creates a love letter film to genres that they love. Robert Zemeckis learned his love of filmmaking by watching the wartime love stories

911 Operator is both informative and repetitive (Steam review)

Everyone can agree 911 operators do a great job under the circumstances. Each day people dial 911, and most of them are in dire need of help. Uninformed or otherwise

Eleanore’s desperate deal – Black Sails XXXII recap and review

Nassau has had a rough history. With the arrival of Woodes Rogers, it slowly tipped back to civilization, becoming a peaceful island. Captain Flint has fought long and hard, and

Outsiders 3×05 ‘We Are Kinnah’ review

Well, that was a twist. Honestly, I was expecting the Moregon to infiltrate the Farrells even more through G’win, at least making G’win fall in love with her. Instead, they

Ubisoft’s For Honor review

By Joshua Williams For Honor is Ubisoft’s attempt to break into the ever-growing Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) genre of video games. The game possesses the traditional elements of a

Logan Review

It’s been 17 years since Hugh Jackman donned the metal claws in 2000’s X-Men and has been the face of the entire X-Men franchise ever since. He’s also the only actor

Outsiders 2×04 ‘How We Hunt’ review

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! What a great episode to celebrate love. Well, only the love between Sally Ann and Hasil as they reunite for this episode. As for the others,

Costly decisions for Nassau – Black Sails XXXI Recap and Review

War is not without costly decisions. In the heat of battle, many decisive victories have been won due to quick thinking and tactical planning. Other times it’s due to mistakes

Rock Band 4 Review: Did we really need another Rock Band game?

While it may have  not been on my list of most anticipated games of 2016, I must confess at one time I loved playing Rock Band. Oh the endless amount

Save the digital world again in Digimon World: Next Order (PS4 Review)

Strap on your Digivices and pick your favorite digital monsters in Digimon World: Next Order since it’s up to you to save the digital world again. You will have to raise, train,

Tales of Berseria is a dark and refreshing take on the series (review)

Let’s face it, the basic theme of just every single JRPG is to save the world from some sort of evil threat. It’s just the lead up of how you

Leaving Lyndow (PC review)

Eastshade is an island full of rich wonders and mysteries as you travel while painting the beauty you come across. Although the world of Eastshade is still in development, Eastshade Studios

Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 sets standard in mechanical keyboards – Review

I’ve been a fan of Razer ever since I bought my first Razer Blade laptop nearly 4 years ago. And, I’ve always been a fan of mechanical keyboards with their tell-tale

Outsiders 2×03 ‘Banishment’ recap and review

With the return of Big Foster to the clan, there would be all kinds of trouble happening. But this time, it seems he has changed for the better. Maybe, he’s

A deadly trade for freedom – Black Sails XXX Recap

Black Sails Season 4 has started off strong with the war for Nassau finally at hand. As the dust settles after the first encounter between Captain Flint and Woodes Rogers, each

A Cure for Wellness Review

It’s been a very long time since we’ve seen Gore Verbinski direct a dark genre film. After all, he’s been busy directing the fun Pirates of the Caribbean films and other

Nights of Azure (PC review)

By Joshua Williams Nights of Azure is an action RPG from Gust with its combat reminiscent of Devil May Cry and an art style that heavily evokes memories of any

The LEGO Batman Movie Review

The LEGO Movie was such a surprise hit that it was only a matter of time before we got a sequel to it. Although we’re still waiting on that sequel,

Max Steel – Blu-ray Review

For a film that’s been sitting on the shelf for over two years, Max Steel is not the complete and total disaster that everyone assumed it would be. Sadly, Max

Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers review

Koei Tecmo has had a virtual monopoly on the “Historical Chinese Era” video games. Between its meticulously deep Romance of the Three Kingdoms strategy games and its button mashing action-fest,