Assassin’s Creed (2016) Movie Review on The Final Cut

We grab our controllers and play The Review Game with Assassin’s Creed. Will we be choosing Continue or Game Over? Find out! You can pop in a quarter in the Trailer Machine,  wall jump over to the official site , or read the IMDB manual for more details.   ... Read More

Pokémon Snap Added To US Wii U Virtual Console Catalog (Finally)

Longtime Pokémon fans, rejoice:  The beloved classic Pokémon game Pokémon Snap has, at last, come to the Wii U Virtual Console for North American players!  Although the game has been playable on Wii U since last year for other markets, it was inexplicably never made available for players in the US, Canada, and Mexico.  As one of their first bits of news for 2017, Nintendo announced the addition of the game to the US Virtual Console library, effective January 5, for $9.99. The 1999 N64... Read More

Why the Rogue One Finale Matters All the More Now

Warning: The following editorial contains spoilers from the film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Ever since seeing Rogue One the week it premiered, I’ve been wanting to talk about the appearance of Princess Leia in the finale. The first film in the new stand-alone A Star Wars Story trilogy regaled fans with perhaps the most literal definition of a prequel ever; in the final moments we realized it was Leia’s Aderaan Cruiser, Tantive IV, that broke away from Admiral Raddus’ (Paul Kasey and... Read More

Carrie Fisher Has Died

2016 has not been a very kind year to some of our largest celebrity icons.  David Bowie, Prince, George Michael, Muhammad Ali, Gene Wilder, and Alan Rickman are just a handful of the 70 plus celebs that 2016 has taken.  today we have learned that  Carrie Fisher, our beloved Princess Leia (and so much more) has passed after having a massive heart attack on a flight Friday. According to multiple sources, including fellow actors Brad Gage, and Anna Akana, Ms. Fisher was aboard United... Read More

Sailor Moon R: The Movie Coming to American Theaters This January

You may want to sit down before you read this, fellow Moonies–I can hardly contain my own excitement. At the most recent Moonlight Party (number six to be exact), Viz Media and Toei Animation announced a fully remastered theatrical release of Sailor Moon R: The Movie, set to hit the big screen in January! The select theater release will include a mixture of uncut English dub and original Japanese with subtitles versions, all dependent upon the survey results that Eleven Arts is... Read More

Beloved Firefly Star Ron Glass Dead at Age 71

Beloved Hollywood actor Ron Glass died on Friday of respiratory failure. Glass was 71. His agent Jeffrey Leavitt confirmed the news to CNN: “It is with a very heavy heart that I confirm the passing of my dear friend and client Ron Glass. Ron passed late last night of respiratory failure. Ron was a private, gentle and caring man. He was an absolute delight to watch on screen. Words cannot adequately express my sorrow.” Glass had an extensive resume, with dozens of television and film... Read More

A Sneak Peak at Doctor Who: The Return of Doctor Mysterio and Theatrical Release News

If you’re anything like me, you’re currently going through some serious Doctor Who withdrawals.  Sure, we have all of the previous seasons to binge watch, but Peter Capaldi was just starting to become one of my favorite Doctors when they decided to take 2016 off!  This year’s provided some fun movies about superheroes and wizards to help distract us, but there’s still that void left in our lives by not having the Doctor. Thankfully, we’re getting our yearly... Read More

From the Front Lines: The Pokémon Sun and Moon Midnight Release!

And the big night has finally arrived! I am writing this from my local GameStop, eagerly awaiting my copy of Pokémon Sun. Pokémon is experiencing a huge resurgence following this summer’a release of the mobile game Pokémon Go, and it is clearly evident at this release. I rolled up at 10pm to find a completely packed store. I’m talking about forty or so trainers ready to set out on a new journey in the Alola Region! The atmosphere’s perfect for Pokémon’s 20th... Read More

Under the Shadow Review: Iranians Know How to Make True Horror!

Warning: The following review contains spoilers for the Iranian horror film Under the Shadow. Who would have guessed that the post-Islamic Revolution Iran-Iraq War could be the perfect backdrop to this year’s surprise stellar horror film? In Under the Shadow, silence is rare; whether it’s the jarring sound of a Jane Fonda workout video blasting in the living room as bombs going off in the distance, screaming air raid sirens, whispers, or radio stations blaring angry... Read More