Fallout 4 Review: The Confusing One

One has to wonder what exactly anyone was thinking while Fallout 4 was in development at Bethesda. The reason why is because this is a bizarre game simultaneously fixes many of the franchises longest flaws, while also ruining so many of the best things about it. With this game, the franchise suddenly flipped and became... Continue Reading →

Blade Runner (1982) Review

In a not-so-distant cyberpunk future, mankind has created mechanical beings identical to them in almost every way - replicants - with the one key difference that they are slaves, cursed to live for only four years. Illegal on Earth after an uprising on another colony, it the the job of the Blade Runner to hunt... Continue Reading →

Destroy All Monsters (1968) Review

For a long time, Toho studios had been receiving dwindling returns from the Godzilla franchise that seemed to be all but dead at this point. In order to put the franchise to rest, they approached original director Ishiro Honda and original composer Akira Ifukube to make one final Godzilla film before putting the franchise to... Continue Reading →

Son of Godzilla (1967) Review

After the release of Ebirah Horror of the Deep, director Jun Fukuda returned to direct his second Godzilla film, once again set on an island and once again going for a more whimsical tone, only this time it was more overtly targetted towards children. This film was Son of Godzilla. A group of scientists, a... Continue Reading →

The Karate Kid (1984) Review

Directed by John Avildsen and written by Robert Kamen, The Karate Kid is nothing short of a classic movie that showcases style, wit and sincerity. After moving to Los Angeles, a teenager named Daniel (Ralph Macchio) soon finds himself the target of a group of bullies belonging to the Cobra Kai karate dojo. Eventually, the... Continue Reading →

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