Reviews

Halloween (2018) Review

John Carpenter’s original Halloween is one of the most influential horror films of all-time. It revolutionized the slasher genre as we know it today. It even became Hollywood’s first ever

City Slickers – Blu-ray Review

Much of City Slickers’ hilarity comes from everyone’s reaction to Curly’s personality. Curly is a tough man’s man while everyone else is… Well, city folk. The dichotomy between the two

Play like the pros with Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2 gaming headset (PS4 Review)

In a race to create the perfect gaming headsets, manufacturers are constantly trying to outmaneuver each other to produce a headset that gives gamers a perfect sounding, fully immersive gaming

Overcooked 2 review: If you can’t stand the heat, call your friends to the kitchen

The first Overcooked was a great couch co-op game in an era of mostly online multiplayer. The developer Team17 took a simple concept like cooking and turned it into one of

Escapism’s Gallery 3919 and The Attic escape rooms review

If you still haven’t done an escape room, what are you waiting for? Many are immersive experiences that really transport you into another world, and hundreds are open all around

The Oath Review

It’s easy to say that today’s political climate is ripe for some sort of satire and there’s a ton out there already. “I Love You, America,” “Who is America,” and

The Raid’s Gareth Evans is back with Netflix’s Apostle (review)

Netflix’s Apostle is a film that we’ve been looking forward to since we found out it’s directed by Gareth Evans, the man responsible for giving action fans The Raid: Redemption and

Ant-Man and the Wasp – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

After watching Ant-Man and the Wasp after my initial review, my thoughts on it are more or less the same. Unfortunately, the film isn’t on the same dramatic levels as

All Square Review

Sports films are nothing new in Hollywood. They can be inspirational, dramatic, or hilarious. But a sports film with an interesting premise, now that’s a rarity in Hollywood. That’s the

LAFF: Galveston Review

You may know Nic Pizzolatto as the creator of the hit HBO series, “True Detective.” Yet not many people realize that he’s actually an author too. Of course, when you’re

Phantomgate: The Last Valkyrie Impressions

Mobile gaming is a huge market, and it’s getting larger every day. Even larger games like Fortnite and PUBG have made their way to the small platform. However, not all

Creep LA: Awake is a surreal immersive theatrical experience

It’s a Thursday evening, and I’m here standing in the middle of ROW DTLA. It’s the home of Smorgasburg, one of the biggest outdoor food markets in the nation filled

OMEN Mindframe Review: Tremendous Audio

OMEN by HP is well known for its high-performance gaming PCs and laptops. Back at CES, OMEN showcased a 65″ gaming display and streaming service that was jaw-dropping. So what

The Evil Dead – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Although most people associate The Evil Dead as a horror comedy now, a majority of people don’t realize that the original is actually a terrifying film. Much of that has

Beautiful Boy Review

Drug addiction is a terrible epidemic no matter where you are in the world. Millions of people around the world struggle with drug addiction every day. Some people recover while

Delusion: The Blue Blade review

Delusion: The Blue Blade follows a string of successful interactive theater performances, so it was not exactly surprising to see the entire 2018 run sold out before it even began.

22 July Review

When you live in America, you’re mostly aware of all of the terrorist attack done on Americans. However, attacks in other countries are not as widely known. One of those

The Azulle Access 3 PC stick let’s you put a computer in your pocket (Review)

Laptops these days are getting smaller, thinner, and more powerful. On top of that, there are Chromebooks and Smart TVs. So when it comes to PC sticks, they pretty much

The 17th Door returns with shocking, disgusting and intense haunted experience

It’s the Halloween season, and it’s a good time to be a horror fan with amusement parks getting the Halloween makeover and shows like Netflix’s Haunting of Hill House premiering this month.

LAFF: False Confessions Review

Would you ever confess to a crime that you didn’t commit? It might be easy to say no but unfortunately for you, you just made a confession to these crimes.