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Review: John Wick Chapter 2

John Wick is forced back into action because of a blood oath he made to try and escape the assassin life in John Wick Chapter 2, which does everything a great sequel should do to expand the world and up the action.
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Review: Will Save the Galaxy for Food

Will Save the Galaxy for Food is sci fi comedy novel that reads like a season 2 episode of Futurama and making all the bad decisions in the Mass Effect games (Which are both good things for the nerdy uninitiated). I’ve been a fan of Yahtzee’s humor from his works on Zero Punctuation and his […]
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Review: The Lego Batman Movie

2014’s The Lego Movie is a hard act to follow but The Lego Batman Movie is just as hilarious as it’s predecessor, jam packed with references and homages to the entire history of the Caped Crusader.
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Gamebox 2.0: Biohazard Edition

Joe checked out Resident Evil 7 for this edition of Gamebox 2.0 while Zach played a bunch of throwbacks to the NES beat em ups, Game Boy puzzlers and early PC dungeon crawlers.
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Review: Split

M. Night Shymalan started to pull himself partly out of the hole he dug himself into in the mid-2000’s in 2015 with The Visit and he pulls himself completely out this year with the fantastic thriller Split, where James McAvoy plays a man with 23 personalities who has kidnapped three girls to awaken a powerful 24th personality nicknamed “The Beast”.
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Gambox 2.0: Hostess Bar Edition

Gamebox 2.0 is back for the first edition of 2017 as we checked out some Japanese craziness in Yakuza 0 and Let it Die, the latest from Adult Swim Games, the start of the new season of The Walking Dead and more.
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Review: XXX: Return of Xander Cage

Xander Cage comes out of hiding to track down a device called Pandora’s Box, which can weaponize any satellite in orbit, which has fallen into the hands of xtreme criminals led by Xiang (Donnie Yen) in XXX: Return of Xander Cage.
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Review: Arsenal

Nicolas Cage reprises his role from 1993’s Deadfall, Eddie King, in the new crime thriller Arsenal, where he kidnaps Adrian Grenier’s brother (Johnathon Schaech) and forces him to try and raise an exorbitant ransom.
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Review: The OA

Netflix’s new supernatural sci-fi drama may seem like a binge-worthy lark, but thin plot, characters and lame ending ruin anything positive.
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