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Review: Project Almanac

After many delays and name changes, the found footage, time travel movie Project Almanac is here. Where does it place in the ranks of time travel films?

Review: Blackhat

Michael Mann returns to direct the world’s most unlikely hacker, Chris Hemsworth, in the new cyber-thriller, Blackhat.

EA at TooManyGames 2014 Day 3

This entry is part 4 in the series EA at TooManyGames
The grand finale of TooManyGames is where people try to squeeze in that last bits of con adventuring into the remaining hours. Typically, the attendees that were part of the Final Boss after party are the ones a little bit more sluggish soldiering on the final day.

EA at TooManyGames 2014 Day 2

This entry is part 3 in the series EA at TooManyGames
Day 2 of TooManyGames starts the non stop music concerts and is where the “Too Many Games” labels earns its worth. Starting in the early afternoon, game tournaments, game trading, game testing and game cosplaying occur through out the day. Indie developers begin to pitch their games to the public, performing they’re best break down […]

EA at TooManyGames 2014 : Day 1-Part 1

This entry is part 1 in the series EA at TooManyGames
TooManyGames brings together classic table top games, arcade games, indie games, game related music bands and local internet gaming personalities. Essentially, this convention has “Too Many Games” (Get it?). Chris reviews last year’s show and gets ready for this weekend’s edition.

Review: Rigor Mortis

Hopping Chinese vampires or jiangshi are back with a modern twist in the new horror movie Rigor Mortis.

Everything Action At Games For Change

Our typical convention scene usually covers all things comic, horror and gaming. But this time we were invited to see what the other end of the convention spectrum looks like. Games For Change is all about games that improve lives and advocates for social change.