Reviews

Batman: Arkham Knight review – A fitting end

So this is how it ends, not with a bang, but with a Batmobile. It’s painfully obvious that most licensed games scale from mediocre to just plain terrible. Even though

Salem: 2×13 ‘The Witching Hour’ recap and review

Recap The witches – Marburg, Mary, Anne, Tituba, and Sebastian – are hovering over Little Satan John while he sleeps. Mary wants to quit it all, but Marburg won’t allow

AMC’s ‘Humans’ episode 1 review

By Josh Kaye 2015 has been a busy year for artificial intelligence. With Chappie, the surprise hit Ex Machina, and the blockbuster Avengers: Age of Ultron, the topic is basically everywhere.

Devil May Cry 4 SE review: The Sons of Sparda return

It’s been quite a while since I’ve played Devil May Cry 4, so when I saw it getting this new coat of paint, I jumped at it for the chance

ASUS MeMO Pad 7 LTE tablet review

Over the last few weeks I got my chance to get check out the ASUS MeMO Pad 7 LTE, courtesy of Intel, and while I have messed around with many

Salem 02×12 ‘Midnight Never Come’ review

Recap We were left with Sebastian stabbing John in the gut and now Sebastian is taunting John as his men prepare to kill him. John puts on the invisible thing

Orphan Black season three finale review ‘History Yet to Be Written’

Warning: This article contains spoilers for Orphan Black. The writers have forgotten nothing, and please let it be crazy science and not aliens. Allow me to start from the beginning.

Review: Star Wars: Rebels 2×01 “The Siege of Lothal”

Although the first season of Star Wars: Rebels was hit or miss, it ended its season on an absolute high note with the lightsaber battle between Kanan and the Inquisitor.

‘Inside Out’ toys have us playing with our emotions

Kids are learning to deal with their emotions. There are just so many feelings they are learning to control, including joy, sadness, anger, disgust, and fear. Thanks goodness Disney Pixar

Jurassic World: Review #2

Welcome…to Jurassic Park. That’s the franchise, not the theme park. It’s been 65 million years in the making plus another 22, but finally we have the next film in the

‘Amigo Undead’ review

There are a lot of zombies, ghosts, sacred Indian burial grounds, and horror films in general out that expose the scary side of the supernatural. Amigo Undead does none of

TV Review: AMC’s “Making of the Mob: New York”

For several decades, the mob has been one of the most well oiled criminal organizations in American history. The entire crime family concept was the brainchild of Charles “Lucky” Luciano,

Salem 02×11 ‘On Earth As In Hell’ review

Quick recap: We open with Mary in the stocks being ridiculed by the people of Salem with Hawthorne leading the pack. She is stripped of her last name and is

Review + Giveaway: Heroes of The Storm

Update: We have already chosen our winners for the Heroes of the Storm giveaway and have replied to them below in the comments section. Apologies, but we weren’t able to

Expelled from Paradise Blu-ray review

Expelled from Paradise is one of the those expensive experiments that the industry likes to try every once in a while. You take Seiji Mizushima, with his well established action

Hatred (PC review)

Have you ever wanted to be the villain to the point where there is no reasoning to your madness? Where the only one is to cause chaos anywhere you go? Destructive

Review: Blue Mo-Fi headphones

High-end headphones have been around for a while and many of the makers are household names like Sennheiser, Sony, Shure, Bose, AKG, and Audio-Technica. Now a new player to the

BIOWARS webcomic issue 1 & 2 review

Recently, pop culture has been obsessed with SCIENCE. Science, as well as being a geek, is the hottest thing to incorporate into our entertainment – TV, movies, books, and even,

Review: Jurassic World

Back in 1993, Jurassic Park captured the imaginations of both kids and adults alike. It was the turning point of cinematic history as it left audiences amazed at the realism

Project Almanac Blu-ray review

In Project Almanac, time travel is considered sacred just like majority of time travel movies in the past 20 years, a la Back to the Future. However, not without one