This week, in a special episode of Nintendo Power Retrospectives, I’m taking a look at the companion book to the NES Classic all-in-one console, from Prima. Read More
We now come to the beginning of the Star Wars Expanded Universe as we know it.Read more "Book Review: Heir to the Empire"
I really like anthology films – particularly when it comes to horror. Anthology films let you take a brief period of time to tell an exciting, concise story that can scare you, excite you, or creep you out. Perhaps this is due to many great horror stories being short stories. One of the masters of […]Read more "Film Review: Extraordinary Tales"
This time we’re covering issue #45 of Nintendo Power for February of 1993.
Note: I forgot Nester’s Adventures this issue – I apologize. Read More
This time we deal with some of the aftermath of the attack on the Citadel.Read more "Let’s Play Mass Effect 3: Part 33 – Picking up the Pieces"
King Kong is a film that is widely held as a classic of cinema – with some of the iconic monster photography in cinema. It is a film whose visual effects have held up very, very well, but narratively hasn’t held up quite as much.Read more "Film Review: King Kong (1933)"
You know the old joke of Slasher films having “30 minutes with jerks”. This film is more like “90 minutes with jerks”.Read more "Film Review: Squirm"