Tuesday, September 26, 2023


Books, movies, plays, TV shows, video games, etc.

Puppet Combo’s Christmas Massacre: Santa’s Last Straw

Puppet Combo, the creator of Stay Out of the House and Feed Me Billy, starts off the new year with a festive slasher horror called Christmas Massacre. Christmas Massacre is yet another classic horror game, except this time, you’re the killer.

Album Review: Melanie Martinez’s K-12

Bi-colored hair, dolly eyes, gapped front teeth. Filmography embellished in vibrant colors, queer styles and storylines, and peculiar but enchanting costuming. The keywords for...

A Discussion on Genshin Impact version 2.4 Leaks

Let’s be real; Genshin Impact’s version 2.3, launching on November 23rd, really just feels like the “we just remembered new players exist” update. The return of non-Inazuma events feels groundbreaking after the exclusion of everyone but veterans in the last few versions, and Arataki Itto and Gorou banner has been very well received. On the other hand, the new double-rerun feature has been met with both enthusiasm and dismay. No matter how you feel, however, there’s no doubt that this new feature will have consequences in all future updates to come. With this change, and 2022 coming right around the corner, here’s to talking about what the new year may bring.

Black Ops Cold War Zombies Review

There's just far to the point that killing great many zombies on a similar guide again and again can take you before it gets old, yet inside those requirements, Treyarch has some way or another figured out how to convey one of the most firmly created and enjoyable to play Call of Duty Zombies modes in years.

Nomadland Landed Itself Three Oscars, and Here’s Why

So how good is the movie, exactly, when the accolades are more relevant than the actual plot? And, if I daresay, how exactly did it win so many awards?

The Hallmark Season Never Ends

By Colleen Meosky As we settle into the new year, we move away from the holiday festivities and look forward to the winter classics the...

Review: Amateur is Great for Sports Fans

Ryan Koo captures really well what happens in modern day basketball with recruiting and social media. Michael Rainey Jr. plays his role very well as well as the coach who forms a strong bond with Terron throughout the movie.

The Return of Critical Strike

After months of inactivity from February onwards due to being ousted as a pedophile and in general acting extremely immaturely for a game developer, EpicCritical has returned to develop Critical Strike after deleting all social media and claiming to never return once the game is complete. I’ll be keeping up with this dumpster fire of a game that I can’t stop playing despite hating with almost every fiber of my being, starting with a review of all the classes that have been released since the initial return up until now!

Mandalorian Season 2 Review

In a year full of pop culture delays and disappointments, The Mandalorian Season 2 accomplished several impressive feats: it enhanced what preceded with an invigorating, activity pressed eight-episode arc; it gave us a week by week interruption from the unforgettable moments of 2020. It pulled off a stunning appearance that outperformed even the underlying Baby Yoda reveal in the series premiere.

Album Review: If You’re Not Afraid, I’m not Afraid by Queen of Jeans

Queen of Jeans’ If You’re not Afraid, I’m not Afraid is a well-made and oftentimes beautiful album.

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