Review, Video Games

The Forest: One Of The Best Survival Games On PS4

Survival crafting games have steadily found their way into the mainstream gaming culture ever since the overwhelming success of the great Minecraft. Many have risen up from the shadows of Minecraft, and many have fallen. Being a pretty big fan of survival games, I'm usually always on the lookout for new variations to quench my… Continue reading The Forest: One Of The Best Survival Games On PS4

Horror, Review

The Fourth Kind: An Underrated Treat

For as long as I can remember, I've always been fascinated by space. When I was younger I remember really wanting to go to Space Camp and to be an astronaut when I grew up. Sadly, neither happened, but my curiousity for space never dwindled, in fact it grew, especially when it comes to life… Continue reading The Fourth Kind: An Underrated Treat

Film, Horror, Review

Off To Hell We Go

Welcome back to another installment of weird horror gothic musicals! This week's feature is "The Devil's Carnival," a 2012 film directed by Darren Lynn Bousman, who is known for directing many of the Saw movies and is the same director of last week's feature, "Repo! The Genetic Opera." "The Devil's Carnival" is exactly what you… Continue reading Off To Hell We Go

Review, Video Games

Naughty Dog Delivers The Greatest Game Of The Generation…Again

What is it that makes a game great? Great story telling? Flawless gameplay? Realistic character development? Gorgeous graphics? Well I'm here to tell you that a game of that magnitude exists. That game is The Last Of Us Part II. Not only has the development team at Naughty Dog produce the greatest game of the… Continue reading Naughty Dog Delivers The Greatest Game Of The Generation…Again

Review, T.V. Series

Heroes Ain’t What They Used To Be. (Strong Language Ahead).

So last time we got together I ended by saying that something especially bad was coming up, well it’s now a week later and I’m sorry to say, not really, that it’s arrived. Now it’s no secret how big of a wrestling fan I am, and it’s also no secret how much I prefer the… Continue reading Heroes Ain’t What They Used To Be. (Strong Language Ahead).

Board Games, Review, Table Top Gaming

When a Board Game Becomes Reality

Okay, I know we are all tired of hearing about COVID-19, but unfortunately it is something that isn't going away any time soon. Today I want to talk about one of my favorite board games, Pandemic, and how it could be a fun outlet for our current pandemic that we are living in. Pandemic was… Continue reading When a Board Game Becomes Reality

Review, Video Games

Let’s Talk: South Park!

Hello everybody and a happy weekend to all. This week I wanted to talk about a game that’s honestly surprised me with how well it’s all put together. Today we are gonna talk a little about the South Park games. I never thought i would enjoy an RPG as much as I have these last… Continue reading Let’s Talk: South Park!

Review

Run for your Life

2020 is officially halfway over! Honestly it seems like every month has led to a new crisis: a global pandemic, giant murder hornets, etc... What great disaster could possibly happen next? Zombie apocalypse? You never know, which is why you should be prepared just in case. The app, Zombie, Run!, helps you get in the… Continue reading Run for your Life

Review, Video Games

Star Trek Bridge Crew: The Most Under Appreciated Coop Game Of The Generation

Wanna know what's better than partying up with your friends? Partying with your friends on the bridge of a starship that's what. Star Trek Bridge Crew allows you and four of your friends to take the helm of a federation starship and complete a variety of randomized missions. Each player takes control of a different… Continue reading Star Trek Bridge Crew: The Most Under Appreciated Coop Game Of The Generation