Reviews

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.

Final Fantasy XV review

After 10 years, Final Fantasy arrives expressing itself as a “Final Fantasy for Fans and First-Timers.” As a long fan of the series, I saw a reawakening, giving the player

Darksiders: Warmastered Edition PS4 review – This means War

This console generation has no shortage of remasters. Hell, it feels like one has either been released or announced every other week. Some are released without even a word about

Carl confronts Negan in The Walking Dead ‘Sing Me a Song’ (review and recap)

Carl has always been getting a lot of hate throughout the series. With tons of memes regarding how he’s never in the house, or the pronunciation of his name by

Skinit x Speck iPhone Cases – Marvel Collectors Edition Review

It’s an amazing time to be a Marvel fan these days with the comic book giant becoming more and more popular as each movie gets released. Skinit have teamed up

Salem 3×04 ‘Night’s Black Agents’ review

When you find out an episode is going to be directed by Joe Dante, you can expect the episode to be dark with some light elements, especially when you have

SyFy’s Incorporated tells a familiar story, but with better looking people

It’s the year 2074 and the future is run by corporations and separated by two zones – the safe and futuristic Green Zone and the poor slums of the Red

Protect your electronics with the Accell PowerGenius 8 Outlet Surge Protecter (Review)

You finally got that custom PC you’ve been dreaming about, or that 65″ 4K TV from your Black Friday shopping, along with your new PS4 Pro or Xbox One S.

PDP Talon Media Remote for Xbox One (Review)

Those of us that use our Xbox not only as a gaming console, but also as our entertainment hub, have all been through the same frustrating scenario: we’re wanting to

Hitman Episode 6: Hokkaido/Season 1 PS4 review

And so it all comes down to this. One final episode to close out the first season of Hitman. After the highly impressive Colorado mission from the last episode, I looked

The Walking Dead ‘Swear’: We found Tara

After the mass murder of the Saviors’ outpost, Tara and Heath seemed to be in their own little world scavenging for their two-week long excursion for supplies. They don’t know

Razer Deathadder Mouse and Gigantus Mouse Pad Review

eSports has come a long way. With many new games geared toward competitive play, and tons of events taking place with many prizes at stake, it’s hard to find the

Pokemon Moon (Nintendo 3DS Review)

It has been 20 years since Pokémon has been introduced to us. And during that time it has evolved from card game to TV, toys, apparel, video game, and more. This

Defend the timeline in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (review)

Saiyans around the globe, gather your Ki and get ready to have your chance at defending the timeline to save the universe. Goku and all your favorite Saiyans, Namekians, humans

Heroes of History provides a fun twist on learning

“Can you imagine George Washington battling Thor? With Heroes of History it can happen.” Nowadays, I feel as though it takes something truly out of the ordinary to catch and

Moana Review

Disney has been on a critical and box office tear in 2016. Zootopia, The Jungle Book, Captain America: Civil War, Finding Dory, and Doctor Strange all dominated the box office

Dear Esther: Landmark Edition PS4 review

“Walking Simulator” is one of the most recent terms adopted by gamers used to describe games where the main goal is to tell a story more than provide a challenge.

Revisit old school gaming with Mekazoo (PS4 review)

2D side-scrolling games was once the standard of gaming, with such great classics like Super Mario and Sonic leading the charge. Nearly every game that utilized this mechanic has been