Reviews

Keeping Up With the Joneses Review

Combining the spy genre with comedies is nothing new. It all originated with spoofs of the ultimate international superspy, James Bond, and ever since then there are many who have

FairyLoot is an amazing book box

Subscription boxes seem to be taking over the world, and the Internet these days. There are boxes for everyone, and for every thing. But hey, we’re not complaining. But right

ZeroLemon JuiceStick battery pack (review)

Everyone needs some sort of external battery pack for their smartphones, tablets, or other small electronics. Not everyone needs a monster battery pack like ZeroLemon’s ToughJuice, so there’s something smaller that’s

History’s Barbarians Rising (DVD review)

History tells us that Rome was a magnificent city that help shaped the future. Known for its technological and architectural feats, there is a common saying: Rome wasn’t built in a day.

UltraSabers’ Manticore Stunt Saber (review)

The Halloween season is here, and that means people are going to be excited to come out of their shells to dress up like their favorite characters… or something hilarious,

Payday 2: The Big Score (DLC review)

Payday 2 is a bank robber’s dream come true, giving players around the world a chance to pull off some of the biggest and most imaginative heists ever conceived. For

The Hollow movie review

Acting, writing, directing, and producing, Miles Doleac does it all. Back in 2014 he directed his first film “The Historian,” which earned mixed reviews from fans and critics alike. Well

The Ranch is the traditional sitcom that is anything but (TV review)

There is almost no reason for a self-described TV snob like me to want to watch Netflix’s original series, The Ranch. The show, created by Two and a Half Men producers

The Accountant Review

Ben Affleck has had quite a busy 2016. In addition to starring in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, he’s also starring in Live By Night in which he stars and directs.

Hitman Episode 5: Colorado (PS4 review)

So far this season, Hitman has taken us to the most exotic places. From the peaceful town of Sapienza to the luxurious Himmapan hotel resort in Bangkok, you might think being a

Escaping the Hex Room 2016 edition – The best one yet!

New year, new Hex Room! Adding to our “million Halloween activities to do” list, we made our way back to Cross Roads Game’s Hex Room once more to check out

Elements tabletop game provides a fun twist to modern alchemy

Being a huge science nerd, I love discovering games that are able to bring a fun twist to a sometimes boring subject. So naturally I became very interested in Elements.

Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor adds new scares and monsters

The Queen Mary, rich with her own true tales from her history, is the perfect spot to have a horror theme park. Each maze has been based on an urban

Review: NuForce BE Sport3 wireless Bluetooth in-ear headphones

It looks like Optoma Technology has updated and upgraded their award-winning NuForce BE6i and BE6 to fit the sports-driven lifestyle. It was quite difficult to do quick movements with the

Shin Godzilla Review

Godzilla is known by many names — King of the Monsters, God Incarnate, and Gojira to name a few. Yet Godzilla will always be Japanese, a creation of the atomic

Earn your true destiny – Jotun: Valhalla Edition

Jotun is a new indie title from Thunder Lotus Studios. You play the role of Thora, a Viking warrior who lived a glorious life but suffered an inglorious death, and you

Wagnaria!!3 Vol. 2 Blu-ray review

By Xchel Nakamura Yes! We revisit the famous, family-owned restaurant, “Wagnaria!.” In this part of Season 3, there have been a lot of crazy antics that have been circling around

Ash vs Evil Dead Season 2 Episode 2 ‘Morgue’ review

Season 2 episode 2 for Ash vs Evil Dead has been rightfully titled “Morgue,” and it is one of the grossest (but still awesome) episode they’ve had. Ash is back home

Flock of Dudes (movie review)

There’s something to be said for having low expectations when watching a movie. I can’t remember the number of times I’ve gone into a theater expecting to be blown away,

Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience Review

It’s been a long road for Terrence Malick and Voyage of Time. Even before The Tree of Life, Malick in the 70s was trying to develop a film about the