Reviews

Outlast 2 review – Catch me if you can!

Horror is a tricky genre to tackle, especially in video games. Either the game is based solely around jump-scares like Five Nights at Freddy’s, or it provides an uneasy atmosphere

Choetech Portable Power Bank – A good fit for Nintendo Switch? (review)

Battery power banks are a hot product on the market thanks to the immense popularity of smartphones, tablets, and gaming devices like the Nintendo Switch. Speed and capacity are the

Baywatch barely stays afloat thanks to Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron (review)

If ever there was a film to test the absolute limit of Dwayne Johnson’s seemingly limitless charisma, Baywatch would be it. A campy comedy based on a campy ’90s TV

Logan – Blu-ray Review

Logan hits stores on May 23rd. In comparison to other superhero solo outings, Logan is very unique. Instead of an action adventure movie, Logan is an emotional character-driven drama. Michael

Edge of Belgravia Professional Knives: Review

If you love food as much as I do, then you would realize the current growing trend of creating new and exciting food. Watching chefs create these wonderful delectable delicious

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Review

The Pirates of the Caribbean films have been entertaining audiences around the world since 2003. After the lackluster response to 2011’s On Stranger Tides, many thought that this was the end of

American Gods episode 4 ‘Git Gone’ (recap)

American Gods episode 4, “Git Gone,” is the first episode this series to provide the backstory of Laura Moon, Shadow’s wife. Like the book, American Gods grips its viewers with

Into the Badlands 2×10 ‘Wolf’s Breath, Dragon Fire recap & review

* Warning: This review & recap contains spoilers for tonight’s Into the Badlands episode 2×10 ‘Wolf’s Breath, Dragon Fire’.* In this intense and epic season finale, Sunny finally finds his

12 Monkeys Season 3, Night Three (3×08-10) recap & review

By Jennifer Lovick SyFy’s 12 Monkeys Season 3 marathon event concluded tonight with the final three episodes. Season 3 came to end more quickly than I would like, but, if anything,

12 Monkeys Season 3, Night Two recap and review: Episode 5 to 7

By Jennifer Kelly Lovick This past weekend we were re-immersed in the 12 Monkeys universe. The series kicked off its first installment of Season 3 with four episodes. Let me

12 Monkeys Season 3, Night One recap and review: The first four episodes

By Jennifer Kelly Lovick Titan – last time we saw the ill-fated time-traveling 12 Monkeys crew together things got a little out of hand. Words were said, punches were thrown,

Rogue-like RPG, Has-Been Heroes, is challenging (review)

Heroes will do what is right. With the strength and determination to succeed, a hero’s only true enemy is time. When the kingdoms most celebrated heroes have aged and been

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter – Blu-ray Review

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter hits stores on May 16th. Believe it or not, the Resident Evil film franchise has been around for 15 years now. As the subtitle implies, Resident

American Gods episode 3 ‘Head Full of Snow’ (recap)

American Gods Episode 3 Introduces New Gods This week’s episode of American Gods keeps tradition by opening with the introduction of a new god, Anubis. The Egyptian god of the

Into the Badlands ‘Nightingale Sings No More’ review & recap

With only one episode left, Into the Badlands has thrown so many surprises this season that we absolutely have no idea what is going to happen in the season finale.

Little Nightmares is a creepy 3D side-scrolling game (review)

Little Nightmares is an interesting yet entertaining piece of video game software. The 3D side-scrolling game revolves around a little girl named Six who happens to be trapped in a place

Prey: Arkane Studios’ sci-fi 1st-person action game (review)

Prey is back! Developer Arkane Studios has its own ideas for the reimagined game, making it different from the original 2006 counterpart. It keeps many of the sci-fi components from

The Willows: A new interactive horror theatre in a mansion from the minds of Creep LA

It was sunset as I was arriving in a delightful neighborhood to check out a new horror interactive theatrical experience, The Willows. It’s produced by JFI Productions, the creative minds

Solo Rival Backpack (review)

When we got the chance to review the Solo Rival Backpack, I was pretty excited. I haven’t been excited about a backpack since elementary school when I had a Batman

Snatched Review

Throughout the entire history of Hollywood, there have been many R-rated comedies featuring families. Vacation and Step Brothers are just some examples that come to mind. On the other hand, there