Reviews

Listen to the world around you with the Hooke Verse (review)

Once in a while, you get a piece of technology that blows your mind.  For me, that piece of tech is the Hooke Verse headphones by Hooke Audio. When I

Love, Simon Review

High school romantic comedies have been a staple of Hollywood for a long time now. As everyone rightfully focuses on equality in film, the LGBT community hasn’t been represented much

Discover the Sister’s Secret at Unlockables Escape Room

One of the best escape rooms we’ve tried in San Diego was ‘The Escape’ at Unlockables, so when they invited us to try out their new room, ‘Sister’s Secret’, we

Red Sparrow Review

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, the word Russia has been a hot topic of debate for over the past year now. If you live outside of the U.S.

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 PLUS (Nintendo Switch Review)

Pac-Man has been a staple in arcade gaming for decades and is one of the most iconic and impactful games in the industry. Championship Edition Plus 2 brings Pac-Man fever

Sprint Vector (PlayStation VR review)

Many moons ago, Nintendo released a game for the NES called Track & Field, and it was a game changer for the system. You had a giant NES mat for running

Layers of Fear: Legacy (Nintendo Switch review)

Layers of Fear is a horror game from Bloober Team that is more interested in making horror intimate as opposed to outlandishly horrifying. The game attempts to craft its own world

Thor: Ragnarok – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Thor: Ragnarok is easily one of Marvel Studios’ most enjoyable films. As you watch the trilogy, the new direction of Thor, Hulk, Loki, and the rest of the crew make them

Hell or High Water – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Hell or High Water is one of those rare films that’s so grounded in reality. That’s why the film is so effective as a modern-day Western heist film. It’s a

The Ritual Review

If horror films taught us anything it’s that the woods is never a good place to get lost in. We learned that in The Blair Witch Project, Friday the 13th, Cabin in the

Monster Hunter: World, aka Assassin’s Creed Dinosaur

Capcom brings to us Monster Hunter World, the latest installment to this vast ongoing franchise. I’m going to say this right away: I’ve never played a Monster Hunter game before.

Hollywood Escape House dares us to find the woman in the attic

Unlike most escape rooms we’ve come across, the ‘Hollywood Escape House’ is quite possibly the most unique escape room we’ve played, mainly for the fact that they are literally inside

It (2017) – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Let’s face it, remaking a beloved classic is a difficult job. Of course, having it be actually good is another story. That’s why the film became such a phenomenon. Not

Terminator 2: Judgement Day – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

James Cameron seems to have a knack for improving upon the original film in a sci-fi franchise. He did it with Aliens and he does it again with Terminator 2:

Wonder Wheel Review

To non-cinephile geeks, Woody Allen’s name will always be synonymous as the man whose film beat Star Wars at the 1978 Oscars. Although Annie Hall is his most beloved film,

Molly’s Game Review

The Social Network. Moneyball. Steve Jobs. All of these great films have one common thread among them: Aaron Sorkin. For over 25 years, the Oscar-winning screenwriter has written scripts for

The Disaster Artist Review

Tommy Wiseau’s The Room. When word first came out about this terrible film, people wanted to see what it was about. After all, how bad can a film really be?

Dungeon and Dragons – Xanathar’s Guide to Everything review

If you have been specifically following my reviews and are likewise an avid Dungeons & Dragons fan, you will immediately notice that I have skipped over reviewing Tomb of Annihilation

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Review

Robin Williams’ Jumanji is a classic family film that’s beloved by many. That’s why when Dwayne Johnson announced that he would be developing a sequel to Jumanji, it was immediately

Interstellar- 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar is the kind of film that one needs to watch multiple times in order to fully appreciate it. I’ve been told multiple times by multiple people that