Lights out? Check! Blanket to hide under? Check! October means Halloween, and what better way to celebrate the scariest month of the year, now that we’re too old to go trick or treating, than to settle in for a spine-chilling gaming sesh? Looking for something other than the well-known AAA horror games titles such as Resident Evil 7 or Until Dawn? Keep reading, as instead, we celebrate the spooky offerings of talented indie developers!
Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) is fun and entertaining but largely stays away from the intensity of the main Avengers sequence without forgetting that larger world's context. It's the first Marvel movie since Infinity War and thankfully we are handed some lighter fare. If you're looking for a summer comic book movie flick with an ass-kicking female hero, this is the movie for you.
In 1952, Sparrow Hill Road was the site of Rose Marshall's death. Rose has been walking the ghost roads ever since and she's been called [...]
The amazingly talented Bill Hader (how can you not love the infamous Stefon?) stars in (and produces and directs and writes for) the dark comedy [...]
We've waited 14 years for this film: The Incredibles 2 opens this weekend to about as much anticipation as any Disney/Pixar sequel can have. And while audiences have been waiting over a decade for this one, it seems like Disney has finally decided to go all-in with the Incredible-Family: Disneyland's new "Pixar Pier" opens later this month with the signature featured ride, the "Incredicoaster", occupying a massive footprint on the retooled boardwalk. But enough about that-- let's talk about the movie! And don't worry: this is a spoiler-free zone.
It’s been four years since we’ve seen a new escapade from Harry Dresden in the paranormal filled Chicago, Illinois created by Jim Butcher. But as of June 5, 2018, fans can dive back into that world with Brief Cases, a new short fiction collection from the Dresden Files.
I find Hogwarts Mystery to be an entertaining game, for what it is. You run out of energy quickly, unless you are willing to spend money, but honestly I don't mind games like this that I can play once or twice a day and feel like I'm enjoying them without spending hours of my life staring at my phone. That being said, there isn't anything "new" to it: it's pretty much just a retread, in a mildly interactive way.
It feels fitting to be writing a review of Pitch Perfect 3 right after celebrating the 5th Geek Girl Pen Pals birthday celebration. Why? Because of community! Pitch Perfect is about a group of young women who over time discover the importance of their relationships with each other. This third and final installment of the movies takes to heart that message of chosen family and the support and trust we give to our chosen family as we continue to move forward in life.
This month’s OwlCrate, Fearsome Fairy Tales, was highly anticipated and sold out in record time back in mid-December. With shows like Grimm, Once Upon a [...]
Last December I had the deliciously great opportunity of watching this movie before everyone else in a session for the press. And it was a [...]
Major Spoilers for Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be below. Star Wars: The Last Jedi carried a lot of legacy and a lot of [...]
27 years later. And IT is back. What to say about this story? Basically the horrors go on and on, children go missing and die, [...]
August 18th is another big day for Netflix. The latest series in the Marvel Universe, The Defenders, is released. But if that’s not your thing [...]
After the Game of Thrones amazing season opener, this episode, Stormborn, had its work cut out for it. Did it live up to the challenge? I was [...]