Monthly Archives: December 2011
Narrowing down the best of the best in 2011 is a tough decision. Most every TV show (without broke girls or half men) had some merit to it this year, proving that the television world is getting continuously better at entertaining us. So a few of our team got together and discussed what the best [...]
I would definitely call myself a fan of the RPG – or games with some level of RPG aspects to them. It actually started with Runescape back in the day, and from then on I played games like KOTOR 1 and 2, Mass Effect 1 and 2, all three Fable games, Fallout 3, Borderlands, and [...]
What if you could see the future, the past or even something within the present? How would you deal with it? Could you change what you saw or will events unfold as they were meant to? I remember when, in 2002, the USA Network went into a new direction of television dubbed “Characters Welcome”. Among [...]
If you’re like me, you were probably asking this question over the last six months or so: “Does the world need a new Mission Impossible movie?” And almost quicker to mind came the answer “No.” The third installment of this franchise was a step up from the second, but in a “so what?” sort of [...]
How much would you pay for some of the best indie gaming experiences of our generation? Would you pay six dollars for twelve games? If your answer to that question is “heck yes,” please let us escort you to this website where you can instantly start playing the Humble Indie Bundle 4. For everyone else [...]
I’m a fan of several elements that make-up “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”: Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara starring, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross on the soundtrack, and most of all, David Fincher directing. But one thing I was not a fan of was the wildly popular source material, the novel by the same [...]
Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit finally has a trailer! Check it out and give us your thoughts below.
So, will Nolan’s final chapter live up to the legacy he’s started?
Dexter has been good this season, despite what the torches and pitchforks of critics everywhere may be saying. No, it certainly wasn’t a great twelve episodes, but since the first season we haven’t really seen a story arc that wasn’t a bit awkward at times. Cleaning up every year’s antagonist in too neat of a [...]
A good season of television has to do two things well. First and foremost, the main conflict in its run must be mostly if not fully resolved. Secondly, seeds of a new journey must be sewn, whether subtly over the course of a season or abruptly at its very last moment. Surprisingly though, a lot [...]