Hideo Kojima (Metal Gear Solid series, Death Stranding) is a bit like the video game version of Wes Anderson (Rushmore, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou). The comparison isn’t immediate. Anderson makes awkward dramadies about family life with distinctive color
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Quick, spoiler-free summation: Soulfinder is like Supernatural if it was much more hardcore Roman Catholic and the demons were more like eldritch abominations. A flawed, but solid freshman effort.
Recommend ages: Teenager and up. Deals
This post was originally published Nov. 1, 2016.
Recent discoveries have made me a little more adventurous with my audiobooks: Rather than shelling out for an audible subscription and trying to find the longest books I can to get the bang for my buck, it turns out
I didn’t want to review Rise of the Skywalker right after I saw it for a number of reasons. I am, in general, pretty generous to things that I just saw and didn’t absolutely hate, with my
First posted on October 25, 2016.
I vaguely remember a sitcom called Perfect Strangers when I was young. I remember enjoying it, but it either must not have aged well or it must have been more or less terrible if you had two digits in your age, because
I am not a huge horror fan, but I like me a good ghost story. My tastes run towards the atmospheric and the clever, not towards the gory, and since gory tends to be a
I want to say that everyone does an Amish episode sooner or later, but I it’s surprisingly hard to turn up a list of “Amish TV episodes.” (Thanks a lot, TLC.) There was
There are spoilers in this one today, folks. You done been warned.
In today’s adventures of the alien-infested twenty first century, the nefarious Taelon decide to gift humanity with a new music conservatory in celebration