The CW seasons are wrapping up, and as they do I begin my annual wrap up for where each show is standing. Starting off on a high note, I’ve got Legends of Tomorrow’s third season to review, and yeah, I manage to go a little more in depth than just “Oh my god, you guys, it’s so good”. I could’ve left it at that, but…
Welcome to the first in a series of reviews I plan on writing here that will cover a variety of tabletop games. I have managed to collect a decent amount of RPGs, card games, and board games over the years, so I thought I would start reviewing the ones I’ve actually managed to play on occasion. What I like, what I…
The first Deadpool film felt like a breath of fresh air, it’s R rating and surface disregard for the conventions of modern superhero movie narratives made it a cultural touchstone, a film you just had to see because it wasn’t like anything you’d ever seen before.
There is a saying; either do something original and make it rough or do something ordinary and make it perfect.
The Netflix Mind Trick worked on me and as soon as the Super Bowl was over I watched The Cloverfield Paradox. Despite the title and some other references it’s better to think of the movie as its own thing without connecting it to the Cloverfield universe.
So I watched Netflix’s heavily advertised $90 million urban fantasy movie, Bright. I also got my hands on the February 2016 draft of the script that is making rounds on the Internet. And I realized one thing:
This was a really good novel. Lemme tell you why.
Twice Upon A Time is the final “swansong” of Moffat’s most would agree too long tenure as the head of the BBC’s flagship science-fiction show and is very much the product of the last seven inconsistent years of the show. The nearly hour long affair is a piece that ranges from heartfelt character moments to schlocky…
Welcome to the grand final of Robot Wars for 2017 and my god was that a phenomenal episode as we saw fight after fight of epic proportions.
Welcome back to Robot Wars after a two week absence due to tennis and to be honest most of this heat wasn’t worth the wait.
By now we know about Pixar’s evil plan to take over the world through people who can’t even after all those tears, and Coco is no exception. Let’s react! If you haven’t seen it come here for the first part of the article, and to my Spoiler Free thread or read IO9's great review for a Spoiler Free version. After the…
While Red Dwarf XIs finale Can of Worms may have been a rather unremarkable if well put together finale that’s certainly not the case in a finale that is truly a masterclass of nostalgia.
Welcome back to Robot Wars where today a combination of luck, mechanical failure, and sheer genius the joke robot of the revival managed to somehow win the heat.
And the straight after last week’s brilliant commentary on a current issue the show manages it twice in a row, this time switching out politics for technology.
Sorry for the misdirect, the real name of this article is : Why the writer of the Flash should not be allowed to write stories about females.
Welcome back to Robot Wars and this week a well known egotist on the show once again went out a failure.
It’s not secret I didn’t like the last episode but if that was the price to pay to get the absolute gem of an episode tonight then it was most definitely a price worth paying for what is probably the episode most likely to stand out this series.
Today Robot Wars justified just why the new rule change is so beneficial when a pain in the arse returned and went straight out.
Every series of a show drops the ball somewhere and it really does seem like this is where series 12 drops the ball. Time Wave as an episode is overall a bit of a mess sadly.
Today Robot Wars returned for its third rebooted series and it was a mixed bag overall. While all of the robots feel far better quality than previously the arena is in its worst state yet.