Reviews

Star Wars Rebels: The Complete Fourth Season – Blu-ray Review

In the final season of Star Wars Rebels, the end result is kind of a mixed bag. It starts off on a weak note but ends with a bang. Kicking

Sonic Mania Plus review

Last year Sonic Mania raced onto gaming screens and was easily the greatest entry in recent years, and this year SEGA released Sonic Mania Plus. The original Sonic Mania mixed classic and new levels

SDCC: ThinkGeek Bag of Holding – Con-Survival Edition review

“It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this.” By Amy Nunag Every veteran con-goer will tell you that the success of your swag accumulation will hinge on your bag. Boy howdy,

Toastmade genuine leather cover for your laptops

When it comes to your personal electronics, there’s no better way to let your creativity and style come through other than to customize them. Now you can add skins that

Add some style to your tabletop gaming with Elderwood Academy’s Spellbook

With tabletop gaming, your precious dice will be your main weapon, and you definitely want to hold them in something special. That’s where Elderwood Academy comes in, and it will

Generation Wealth Review

“Greed, for lack of a better word, is good.” These words from Wall Street became the motto for greedy capitalists since the 80s. Now, the world’s appetite for money has

Unfriended: Dark Web touches on the horrors of social media (review)

I’m probably one of the very few people left who still enjoys found footage films. Over the past few years, the genre has sadly fallen to obscurity aside from some

Mission: Impossible Fallout Review

The Mission: Impossible series has been going on for over twenty-two years now. Much like the Fast & Furious franchise, the film has had more downs than ups early in

A Quiet Place – Blu-ray Review

In the past few years, the quality of original horror films have been getting better. A Quiet Place is the latest addition to this growing list of great original horror

Skyscraper Review

In case you haven’t noticed, The Rock is one of the busiest actors working in Hollywood today. Not only did he have Rampage come out in April but he also

Overboard – Blu-ray Review

A remake of a beloved classic will always have its critics. After all, why remake a film if you can’t improve upon it. Unfortunately, the brand new remake of Overboard

Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot Review

Inspirational biopics are about a dime a dozen in Hollywood. As you can imagine, studios release them to inspire people and use the film as Oscar bait. There are times

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation Review

Hotel Transylvania has been a hit with families all over the world. Not only does it shed new light on monsters but it makes them more accessible for kids too.

SteelSeries Arctis Pro+Game DAC review

The realm of audio is constantly changing with more and more companies looking to create products with Hi-Fi audio. So it’s no surprise that gaming headsets are jumping in as

Rampage – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Rampage was going to be the film that defied the video game curse and actually be a good movie. Unfortunately, Rampage continues the trend of mediocre video game movies. The

Adventure puzzler Figment’s visuals are a delight, but its lead is insufferable (review)

Figment is an adventure puzzle game that takes place all in the mind to tell a different kind of story in a storybook art design. Retired hero Dusty attempts to

Ant-Man and the Wasp Review

It’s been over two months since Thanos snapped his fingers and tore the hearts of Marvel fans everywhere. It was the kind of gut punch that left you speechless (or

AverMedia Live Gamer Ultra GC553 Review: 4K HDR captured beautifully

Not long ago, AVerMedia released information about its upcoming capture cards. There has been a steady rise in 4K HDR content, and the capture card company doesn’t want to be left

Jack Reacher – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Jack Reacher is a film that we rarely see in Hollywood nowadays. Reacher is an old-school action thriller that also has a compelling mystery to boot. The film isn’t trying

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset (Review)

Hot on the tail of last year’s release of the Chapter-based content, Morrowind, which saw the return of the Dark Elves’ homeland (last seen in Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind), Zenimax