Batman: The Killing Joke (2016) Movie Review – The Final Cut

We once again cut a late night review just for you. Tonight it’s the newest DC Comics animated film, Batman: The Killing Joke. Tune in to find out what we thought of this gritty adaptation featuring  Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill. reprising their Batman: The Animated Series voice acting roles. Find out whether this film’s worth the price of admission or if it’s the filmmakers who get the last laugh. Catch the cackling trailer here  and all the IMDB info any true Detective... Read More

Thunderbolt Fantasy Begins With a Crack of Lightning!

Back in 2006 I jumped onto the ball-jointed doll train with my friends. Ball-jointed dolls (or BJD) are an acquired taste for many.  Most of the time when people see my dolls, their first reaction is, “Thats creepy’.” To be fair, I can understand why–what with all the horror films out there portraying dolls as minions of evil, if not evil themselves–but for doll owners they were more. We learned new art skills through BJD. Photography, sewing, arts ‘n... Read More

The Purge: Election Year (2016) Review: When Art Cleverly Imitates Life

Warning: The following review contains some spoilers for The Purge: Election Year. The first chapter of The Purge series (released in 2013) introduced us to an intriguing idea, which took place in the near future (2022 to be exact) when once a year for 12 hours, all crime, including murder, would be legal, and emergency medical services would be disabled for the duration of the night. While it started out promising, the Ethan Hawke-starring thriller/horror film fell victim to the clichés of... Read More

Siren’s Call: A Song of the Deep Review

Ever played a video game that you couldn’t really think anything bad about? You’re going to end up adding Song of the Deep by Insomniac Games to that list. This 3D/2D side scrolling Metroidvania-style game is a work of art; from the entrancing music of the sea to the  underwater world visuals, it felt like I was playing a game and reading a storybook at the same time. If you’re fortunate enough to snag the collectors edition, you’ll receive a copy of the Song of the... Read More

Pokémon Sun and Moon Mini-Site Premiers 9 New Pokémon; Names, Abilities and Mechanics Announced

On July 1, nine new Pokémon from the upcoming Generation VII games, Pokémon Sun and Moon versions, were revealed, complete with English names, typing, Abilities and other details. In keeping with previous entries in the series, the Alola region has its own “starter Bug” line, equivalent to the Caterpie and Weedle families of Generation I’s Kanto region.  These are typically obtainable at the very early portions of the game, and evolve quickly to their later forms.  Starting with the... Read More