Reviews

Hands-on with Sky Viper Hover Racer

In the last few years, drones have been on the uprise. Whether they are used for filmmaking or for recreational fun, there’s no denying everyone wants a drone. Recently I

Salem 3×08 ‘Friday’s Knights’ review

With the series almost concluding, we would expect more twists and turns from our characters… and that it did. It seems the Devil still has some power left. Could he

Manchester by the Sea (movie review)

In a way, Manchester by the Sea, the new film written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan, is a minor miracle. Here’s a film whose protagonist has ruined his life through

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (PS4 Review)

It’s time to show off those cross character combo attacks once again, but this time in a glorious new shade of HD paint. Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 includes everything

NBC’s Emerald City review

I’ve got a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore. When NBC announced they were developing their own tale of Emerald City, there seemed to be many complications. After two years

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero PS4 review

The Shantae series had a rough start back in 2002. Releasing on the GameBoy Color right after the GameBoy Advance’s release wasn’t too fortunate of a plan and it was forgotten until

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episode 1 and 2 Review

After two seasons of Telltale’s The Walking Dead, many players have been hooked on which choices will alter and affect the story that the studio has eloquently created to capture

The Little Acre is a touching 2D-animated adventure game

I’m a casual fan of point-and-click adventures, so there are a few that will really get my attention. The Little Acre is one such game that hooked me instantly with

Passengers is an adequate but unspectacular journey through Space – spoiler review

Take a tried and true science fiction premise, add two of the most luminous and bankable stars in Hollywood, and you should have everything you need for a bona fide

Moonlight (movie review)

So often you hear about the importance of levity to the success of a movie, even the most serious ones. Well, you won’t find much of that in Moonlight, the

Assassin’s Creed Review

For the longest time, Hollywood has been trying to figure out how to successfully adapt video games into film. It’s an untapped resource but Hollywood has yet to come up

Passengers Review

Original science fiction films were becoming a rare thing in Hollywood until recently. Unfortunately, those that were released within the past 3 years were either box office bombs or critical

Salem 3×06 ‘Wednesday’s Child’ review

Last week’s episode threw a lot of punches and it was hard to believe they could continue this streak of shocks and surprises, but they did. With the sad news

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Review

As one of the most anticipated films of 2016, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has officially earned that hype by exceeding expectations in terms of storyline, character development, and

Why Him? Review

For as long as I can remember, raunchy R-rated comedies that come out during the holiday season is a very rare thing. However, there’s been a new crop of raunchy

Talent Not Included review – A platformer for the (m)ages

There was a time not too long ago when we thought 2-D platformers were a dying breed. Thankfully, the indie scene would soon disagree. Talent Not Included by Frima Studios is one

Hidden Figures Review

Nowadays, we need inspirational stories more than ever and the more 2016 goes on, the less we hear of inspiring stories. Then there are stories which are never heard of

Miss Sloane gives viewers a chance to root for the bad guy (review)

Hollywood loves its liberal causes. But more often than not, the story is told from the point of view of the “good guys.” The age old tale about the principled

‘Office Christmas Party’ glides by on charms of its comedic talent (review)

Much as the title implies, what you see is what you get with Office Christmas Party. This film, starring Jason Bateman, Olivia Munn, and T.J. Miller covers that time honored

Salem 3×05 ‘The Commonwealth of Hell’ review

There is just so much going on in this episode and SO MANY SHOCKING EVENTS. The writing is just becoming better and better because of the unexpectedness of it all.