Reviews

Into the Badlands 2×05 ‘Monkey Leaps Through Mist’ review & recap

Review So, it’s confirmed. Ryder is dead. He’s gone and never coming back, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t going to see his ghost torment the Quinn. Quinn’s tumor and

Doctor Who ‘The Pilot’ welcomes Bill with open arms (review)

Doctor Who returned tonight with a brand, new companion – Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie) – and I love her. The introduction to Bill was an interesting one because it seems

Outsiders 2×11 ‘The Run’ recap & review

Review: What an intense episode of Outsiders for every one of our characters! First things first… Haylie’s death?! When I first saw the episode, I wasn’t sure if it was

BBC America’s Class review tackles alien invasions and high school

By Joshua Kaye When it was first announced that a new spin-off for Doctor Who was announced, it was some pretty exciting news. When it was announced that the show

Into the Badlands 2×04 ‘Palm of the Iron Fox’ recap & review

Review Well… what a way to end the episode. The series actually killed off one of the main characters, which came as a shock to me. Ryder was a big

The Fate of the Furious Review

The Fate of the Furious is a return to form for the franchise. Many wondered if the Fast & Furious franchise should move on after the tragic death of Paul Walker.

Outsiders 2×10 ‘Stranger in a Strange Land’ recap & review

Hayley is being dragged up the mountain by Big. She whacks Big with a giant stick and makes a run for it, but ends up rolling down the mountain. Big

Yooka-Laylee review (Xbox One) – A spectacular Rare-vival

It has been said many times that 3D platformers are a dying breed, but a group of ex-devs from Rare and thousands of Kickstarter backers would beg to differ. Yooka-Laylee

The Boss Baby Review

The Boss Baby won’t blow away audiences but families should get a kick out of it. DreamWorks Animation has had a wide spectrum of good and bad films. Kung Fu

‘Life’ may have come too late (movie review)

When you think of the movie Life within the grand scheme of things, it’s a real oddity—or space oddity as it were. It’s a movie that really doesn’t belong in

Into the Badlands 2×03 ‘Red Sun, Silver Moon’ recap/review

Review: Just when I thought the last episode had an epic fight scene, Into the Badlands showed off more of Master DeeDee’s fight style. It was brilliant. Not only did

Better Call Saul begins to intertwine Breaking Bad into Season 3

With the shadow of one of the most beloved TV dramas of all time looming over it like a 747 over Albuquerque, the first two seasons of Better Call Saul

SteelSeries Arctis 3 Headset review

It’s no secret that gaming headsets tend to be big, bulky, and come with a mess of wires, but that’s perfectly okay. Chances are you’ll be doing most of your

Into the Badlands 2×02 ‘Force of Eagle Claw’ recap & review

Into the Badlands doesn’t seem to be slowing down with their second episode. We are given three fights in this one episode. Not only do we get to see kick-ass fights

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them hits stores on March 28. For a non-Harry Potter fan, there’s a lot to like about Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. From

Chime Sharp review: Return to the music puzzle game

Chime Sharp is the sequel to Chime, the puzzle game that is enhanced with interactive music. When I heard that a sequel was coming, I knew I just had to

Ghost in the Shell Mondo Steelbook Blu-ray review

Ghost in the Shell, the classic Japanese animated movie, has been released a couple of times on Blu-ray, but since we’re getting a live-action film coming out later this month,

Outsiders 2×09 ‘Loyal to the Bone’ review & recap

What a way to end an episode! Hayley is going to meet the Farrell clan. G’win must have pregnancy brain because taking Hayley is a HORRIBLE idea. Hayley is in

Hammo TV Wireless Headphones review

So there I am sitting on the sofa enjoying a few rounds of Destiny on my PlayStation 4. At times I forget how loud my surround sound system can be

Sing – Blu-ray Review

Illumination Entertainment houses a few likable films in its portfolios, but Sing may be Illumination’s most charming film yet. Let’s be honest here, though, Sing doesn’t reinvent the wheel at