Samurai Warriors 4 (review)

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Samurai Warriors is back again and this time boasting the most content to date. Koei Tecmo really pulled out all the stops for their 4th iteration. Samurai Warriors 4 has the most characters, storyline, and customization options to date. I spent well over 30 minutes just to create my perfect … Continue reading

Review: Logitech’s Daedalus G302, the click re-invented

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Logitech’s Daedalus G302 proves once again that refined design outweighs the bells and whistles of its competition. Pros: Lightweight, sturdy, clicks like heaven              Cons: Little to no rubbarization, sub-par grip Tasteful lighting and look                       … Continue reading

An Unexpected Cookbook: The Unofficial Book of Hobbit Cookery review

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I received an early copy of Kitchen Overlord’s An Unexpected Cookbook: The Unofficial Book of Hobbit Cookery. The book consisted of different types of meals: Breakfast, Second Breakfast, Elevenses, Luncheon, Afternoon Tea, Dinner, and Supper. I chose the following to make with my baker friend: Pork Hand Pie (Second Breakfast), … Continue reading

Otorimonogatari Limited Edition Blu-ray review

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We continue the odd and eccentric third arc of Monogatari Second Season with Otorimonogatari. Middle schooler Nadeko Sengoku begins to notice things aren’t right when she finds a new friend in the form of a talking snake god. Story (Possible spoilers ahead) Nadeko makes her most drastic change out of all the … Continue reading

Doctor Who S8E10 ‘In the Forest of the Night’ review

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My favorite moments in Doctor Who are when the Doctor discovers the hidden “secret” to a conundrum or a villain, and swoops in to save the day. And likewise, the episodes that I tend to like the least are the ones where the Doctor appears ineffective, or even worse, helpless. … Continue reading

Mudbloods: A Film About Quidditch (review)

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While viewers across the United States are transfixed on their TVs to catch the latest college football games, another group of students can solemnly swear that they are up to no good. Terrible Harry Potter joke aside, Mudbloods, A Film About Quidditch chronicles the journey of the UCLA Bruins inter-collegiate Quidditch … Continue reading

Doctor Who: S8E7 – ‘Kill the Moon’ review

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*May contain spoilers* So far, this season has been focusing mainly on Clara Oswald. This past week’s episode is included. The Doctor is mainly just there because he has to be and bails on Clara and ‘special’ student Courtney Woods throughout the episode. You could say this fits the phrase, “Doctor Who?” The … Continue reading

Doctor Who: S8E5 – ‘Time Heist’ review & extras

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The episode was an Ocean’s Eleven storyline, but in space! The episode was well written right from the beginning with the memory worms to the strong villainess to the terrifying monster. The supporting characters, Psi (Jonathan Bailey) and Saibre (Pippa Bennett-Warner), were a great addition to the team of bank … Continue reading

Toho Godzilla Collection Blu-ray review: Godzilla 2000, Rebirth of Mothra and Giveaway!

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We received a pretty nice little care package from our friends over at Sony, and thanks to them we’ve got the chance to check a few of the newly re-released and remastered classic Toho Godzilla movies. The re-release of this classic films all began earlier this year, and since then Sony … Continue reading

Doctor Who Season 8 Episode 4 ‘Listen’ review

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Again, this was another ‘Companion’ episode, meaning that Jenna Coleman’s Clara Oswald stole all of the scenes. Even with Coleman’s performance overshadowing Capaldi’s, the episode was brilliant and gave us more into who the Doctor is in general and what Moffat has planned for Clara. It was fun seeing Clara … Continue reading

Doctor Who’s S8E3 ‘Robot of Sherwood’ review & behind-the-scene extra

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 * Contains spoilers from ‘Robot of Sherwood’ * This past episode, written by executive producer Mark Gatiss, did not showcase a lot of monsters or anything scary, but was a much lighter, friendlier episode that showcased the Doctor’s wit, Clara’s strength and the morality of what the Doctor is going to … Continue reading

Review: Kotobukiya SDCC limited edition Psylocke Marvel Bishoujo Statue

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So there’s this amazingly beautiful figure sitting in my shelf, and I get to thinking, “It really deserves a review.” It isn’t often that I go out of my way to purchase a statue. In fact, I think it’s the first time I’ve even stood in line for one. Psylocke … Continue reading