Games

0 Comments
This article contains major Locke & Key Season 2 spoilers. Netflix‘s fantasy-horror series Locke & Key returned for its second season this month, and managed to genuinely take a big step up in terms of its storytelling and overall quality. There was a lot to love about Season 2, but with a Season 3 already
0 Comments
The PlayStation 3 ranks below the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 4 in the minds of many fans, but it has to be said that the sometimes maligned console is also the home of some of the most notably difficult video games of the relatively modern era. While I don’t think that Sony and their studio
0 Comments
As the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s existing 25 movies approach a collective worldwide gross of $23.4 billion, ambiguity continues to define the franchise’s tangential television landscape. After all, while the status of movie-star-headlined Disney+ shows WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki is unquestionable, the canonical place of past purported MCU-connected television content, notably
0 Comments
Much has been said about GTA 3 in the twenty years since the open-world PS2 helped change gaming overnight, but one aspect of the title you won’t always hear people discuss are the times the game’s various myths and urban legends genuinely scared them. In the early internet age, it was easy enough to believe
0 Comments
As if the multiverse mania confirmed for Spider-Man: No Way Home wasn’t providing enough speculative hype, the film is rumored to feature a crucial Marvel Cinematic Universe Netflix nod with the return of Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock—and potentially his costumed crime-fighting alter-ago, Daredevil. While such an appearance would seemingly canonize the events of the revered
0 Comments
Xbox Game Pass is Microsoft’s subscription service for Xbox One owners. It’s designed to be like a “Netflix for games,” where you pay a simple monthly rate and get access to loads of games for download. It’s not to be confused with the Xbox Live Gold membership, which gives users a selection of free games each
0 Comments
As the second season of You ended, the series set the show up quite nicely for the third outing. Joe (Penn Badgley) and Love (Victoria Pedretti) were headed to the ‘burbs for a new beginning. Love was pregnant, and Joe was already activating his you-radar, honing in on the hottie next door. You was already
0 Comments
With a title like Halloween Kills, maybe we shouldn’t be so surprised when the movie slays? Nevertheless, David Gordon Green’s hack and slash follow-up to 2018’s Halloween exceeded all expectations when it grossed an estimated $50.4 million this weekend. That number comes in ahead of even distributor Universal’s projections, which pegged the Michael Myers stabathon
0 Comments
There’s no getting around the fact that the NES era isn’t generally considered to be the best time for horror games. While the popular narrative that horror gaming didn’t properly begin until Resident Evil was released in 1996 obviously isn’t accurate, it’s safe to say that the ’80s and early ’90s were a strange time
0 Comments
For the first time during the pandemic era, a major Comic Con was held in person, and where there’s a Comic Con, there’s a cosplayer waiting for a chance to display their impressive handmade looks. Mask mandates and vaccination requirements didn’t stop fans from strutting their stuff around the showroom of the Javits Center at
0 Comments
We’ve talked about the best decks in Back 4 Blood, but since a deck without cards is…well…nothing, it’s time to look at the absolute best cards in the game that we’ve used so far.  Yes, the strength of an individual card is ultimately based on your deck, playstyle, and the decks and playstyles of your
0 Comments
This SUPERGIRL article contains spoilers for Season 6, Episode 15, “Hope for Tomorrow.” Supergirl Season 6 Episode 15 Supergirl packs a whole lot into one incredibly long day in this episode. Kara finds herself in a real Sword in the Stone situation with the Hope Totem, which requires her to, “Inspire a hope that burns brighter and
0 Comments
Back 4 Blood may be the most obvious Left 4 Dead successor we’ve gotten since Left 4 Dead 2 was released in 2009, but the game’s card system may leave you scratching your head and wondering what the best possible deck builds are. I ultimately feel like Back 4 Blood‘s card system offers it a
0 Comments
This article contains major Lamb spoilers. Read our spoiler-free review here. Who is Ada’s father? It’s the question asked in the very first shot of Valdimar Jóhannsson’s Lamb, as an unseen person (or animal) treks through a frigid Christmas Eve snow, looking for comfort. I doubt I was the only viewer to be suspicious about
0 Comments
This article contains spoilers for The Walking Dead season 11 episode 8. The Walking Dead and loathed cliffhangers: name a more iconic combination! The first third of The Walking Dead’s 11th and final season came to a conclusion Sunday night though calling it an “ending” is a bit generous. The closing moments of “For Blood”
0 Comments
This Evil review contains spoilers. Evil Season 2 Episode 13 Take this, all of you, and eat it, for this is the flesh of one of the 60 demonic families, going back generations upon generations, and doesn’t refrigerate well. You think freezer burn is bad? It’s got nothing on the hellfire of tainted meat. The
0 Comments
When I first saw the original Ghostbusters, I didn’t get it was a comedy. It might’ve been because I was a shade too young, being about five or so, but when Bill Murray said no human could “stack books like this,” I believed him. Of course they couldn’t. The movie’s sarcasm didn’t come through, but