Mount and Blade Warband Review

Mount and Blade Warband is a game about travelling through a fictional medieval world, called Caldera, and assembling a band of warriors to whatever ends you desire. Do you want to be a caravan that buys goods in one town and sells them for a higher price in the next? You can do that. Do... Continue Reading →

Ebirah Horror of the Deep (1966) Review

During the 1960's there seemed to be a declining interest in new Godzilla films, an event which is today contributed to the explosion of television and people's fascination with serials. As a result, Toho would bring in a new director, Jun Fukunda, who would handle Godzilla in a less dramatic way than Ishiro Honda had.... Continue Reading →

The Thing (1982) Review

Contrary to what what films like Saw or Insidious would have you believe, the scariest things in the world are not extreme gore or the super natural ghosts haunting our children. On the contrary, real horror is found in much more grounded scenarios where the otherwise ordinary becomes unexpectedly unexplainable. Such is the case in... Continue Reading →

Invasion of Astro-Monster (1965) Review

After the success of Ghidorah the Three-Headed Monster, a sequel was commissioned to be released the following year by Toho, once again directed by Ishiro Honda. The resulting film was the peculiar Invasion of Astro-Monster, which is peculiar because it is more a typical alien invasion movie than Godzilla movie, and because it is a... Continue Reading →

Fallout (1997) Review

In 1997, a now dead company called Interplay developed and released the game that spawned a franchise which would go on to cement itself as one of the kings of the RPG genre: Fallout. Initially brain-stormed as a time-travel story about ninja cults, electricity-conducting underpants and human zoo's run by dinosaurs, Fallout was eventually shaped... Continue Reading →

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