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Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Thing You Love Most

Coming off a successful pilot, Once Upon A Time’s second episode continues forward with an episode that feels like it should have been the second hour of the series premiere. The Thing You Love Most picks up hours after Emma’s first night at Story Brook. She feels an attachment to the child Henry and decides [...]

Always Sunny – S7 E4-E7

As the audience, we have been on a winding roller coaster with Always Sunny for the last 4 weeks. Frankly, it’s warranted. After “Frank’s Beauties,” we were subjected to “Sweet Dee Gets Audited,” “Frank’s Brother,” “The Storm of the Century,” and finally, “Chardee MacDennis: The Game of Games.” And where there was elation for “The [...]

Dragon Age: Redemption Web Miniseries

I’m going to try and keep the comparing of Dragon Age: Redemption to The Guild to a minimum, but it’s going to take some effort. Creator and Producer Felicia Day (of Buffy, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, and The Guild fame) stands as a lone pioneer when it comes to taking her love of video games [...]

Coldplay: “Mylo Xyloto”

If you’ve been elsewhere on the Internet, you’ve likely heard a lot of Coldplay’s newest album already on YouTube and the several online concerts they’ve broadcasted. But don’t think that “Mylo Xyloto” is a series of singles; the band has tried very hard to make a solid album through and through, and the whole effort [...]

2 Broke Girls

2 Broke Girls has already been picked up for a full season, so maybe this review is more about the state of TV media than anything else. In a world where well-developed universes in Fringe get forced to Friday nights and Community gets sub-standard ratings, it seems that these half hour brain farts like Two [...]

Once Upon A Time: Pilot

And they all lived happily ever after. If only it were true. Once upon a time there was a pilot for a new show called Once Upon A Time. A two world fantasy-drama that asks the question, what if our favorite fairy tales didn’t get the happy ending we always knew they would? On one [...]

Rustie: “Glass Swords”

Electronic albums are at times the most difficult to put into words. When the full substance of a product is summed up by a series of synthetic beats and beeps, its existence as an aesthetically pleasing medium will vary drastically from person to person. Even within its own genre, Rustie’s Glass Swords pardons itself from [...]


To date, 50/50 is the first movie with Seth Rogen in it that I’ve left feeling satisfied with his performance. Frequently his status as a leading man brings in a certain crowd but fails to entertain in the required capacity for a star role. At his best, he can function as an engaging and funny [...]

Late in the Game: Shadow of the Colossus

A game entirely composed of boss battles is an enigma. Most nowadays showcase an excessive amount of environments, enemies and gameplay styles in order to please the widest range of gamers. Therefore Shadow of the Colossus, with its seventeen total battles and vast, sparsely inhabited setting, by this pattern would fall apart on its premise [...]

Tales of Xillia

It’s been a little over a month since Tales of Xillia, the thirteenth installment in the “Tales of …” series, has been released, and having been playing it for nearly all that time, there’s just one thing I have to say:  “Wow!”  If you’re a fan of Japanese Role Playing Games, then this is the [...]