Reviews

Jason Bateman shines as antihero in Netflix’s Ozark

Ever since Tony Soprano, Stringer Bell, Walter White and a cavalcade of other memorable characters have graced our TV sets, Hollywood has been dead set on creating new anti-heroes for

Marvel’s The Defenders ep 4 review: working on that character development

Our Defenders are finally together and working on the case regarding The Hand. It’s actually nice to see them all interact without death knocking at its door. Things are times

Marvel’s The Defenders episode 3 review: Getting to know the enemy

The Marvel’s Defenders finally meet and in the most epic way – fighting against the common enemy! What a great introduction for everyone to meet. I enjoyed the banter between the

Marvel’s The Defenders Episode 2 review: Slowly, but surely

The Defenders finally meeting up is slow, but it’s finally happening!!! The episode begins with Matt following his instincts to save someone. We see a bit of Matt’s parkour and fighting

Marvel’s The Defenders Episode 1 review: It begins

Marvel’s The Defenders has finally premiered! Unfortunately, the first episode doesn’t have them together yet. Instead, the first episode provides some insight on where our characters currently stood since the

San Diego Escape Room asks, ‘Are You Unlockable?’

It’s no secret that we enjoy escape rooms. In fact, we’ve gone through quite a few in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas. We decided we needed a change

ZeroLemon 6300mAh Battery Case for Samsung Galaxy S8 review

ZeroLemon is back with battery banks, but this time it is for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. If you are looking for sexy and sleek design, do not look

Sonic Mania review: Return to the glory days

Let’s face it, there is no other video game series more polarizing than Sonic the Hedgehog. Being one of the most recognizable game characters in history next to Mario, the

In This Corner of the World Review

A couple of days ago, on August 6th, the people of Hiroshima come together to commemorate the tragic events of the atomic bomb. On this day of remembrance, film screenings,

Ingrid Goes West Review

Within the past decade, social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have taken over our lives. Using these platforms, we have the ability to curate idealized versions of our

VR game Archangel nails gameplay, graphics, and story (review)

Virtual reality is one of the biggest innovations in the world of gaming today. A lot of titles give you that fun arcade-style gameplay that is great for pick up

The Dark Tower shoots the right bullets but can’t hit the target (review)

I’m a huge Stephen King nut. I’ve read just about every book, short story, and anthological work he’s done since I was in diapers. (Yes, I could read while I

EWin Hero Series gaming chair (review)

Being a video editor and PC gamer, I spend a lot of time on my desktop. Since my old leather chair was peeling, the only other option I had was

Questroom’s Bloody Elbow escape room aims to tear you apart

We’re back at Questroom Escape Rooms in Koreatown, but this time we’re going to try out their most popular room, ‘Bloody Elbow.’ We’ve heard the stories of this escape room,

Dunkirk is sweeping and intimate (review)

There are few directors today who can rival Steven Spielberg’s ability to make films that are as well-crafted and thought-provoking as they are thoroughly entertaining. These are true spectacles with

Charlize Theron kicks spy ass in Atomic Blonde (review)

It’s not that surprising that Charlize Theron has appeared in almost no romantic comedies over the past two decades. Despite being one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood for

Review: The Defenders are heroes worth binge watching

Many fans have been anticipating the meeting between our Netflix Marvel heroes in next month’s The Defenders, and rightfully so. If you loved the characters individually in their own series (even

Travel Back in Time with Questroom’s Da Vinci Challenge

Koreatown, an integral part of Los Angeles that is rich in culture and diversity. When most people speak about ktown it’s mainly about the food, but concealed amongst the bevy of

Play as a blind woman in survival horror ‘Perception’ (review)

Imagine having the same dream over and over about a place you’ve never been to. Would you visit it? Now, what if you were blind? Perception, by The Deep End

It Stains the Sands Red – LA Film Festival Review

Zombies have had a resurgence within the past couple of years. This is due, mostly, to the mega-popularity of AMC’s “The Walking Dead”. However, the zombie subgenre hasn’t really given