After years of hype No Man’s Sky is almost here!
Star Trek Beyond is a mostly satisfying, perfectly entertaining film that still feels like it leaves a lot on the table.
Neck Deep crafts one hell of a sophomore album with Life’s Not Out to Get You.
An arthritic cyborg with crow’s feet and flabby tits is really the least offensive thing about Terminator Genisys.
Tim Geoghegan’s horror film We Are Still Here mixes the surreal and gory horror of Lucio Fulci with John Carpenter for a moderately scary but ultimately underwhelming experience.
It’s a great time to be alive if you’re into comic book heroes.
It whisks away the stench of the Hated Prequels and restores much needed balance to the Force.
Get a Job was filmed in 2012 but didn’t release until 2016. Must be a classic!
A funny and exciting update of the classic film!
Lindsay Faye’s extraordinary The Gods of Gotham is the best novel of its kind since Caleb Carr’s The Alienist. This isn’t a unique observation, it’s emblazoned across the cover of … Continue Reading The Gods of Gotham – Lyndsay Faye
Salvage & Demolition is a lot like a novel I read last year, The Shining Girls. The difference is that novel was terrible and this one is not. Few writers … Continue Reading Salvage & Demolition – Tim Powers
I played the demo/teaser for Resident Evil 7 last night and it’s a hell of a shift from earlier presentations. The game is presented in first person which is a … Continue Reading The Family is expecting you. – Resident Evil 7 Demo/Teaser
Some movies are so bad they are good. Some are so bad they are bad. Then there are those that are so truly terrible they make you want to go … Continue Reading The Boy
I write my reviews as I read. I’m sure most do as it’s the only way to really express the nuances and little things you notice as you are reading … Continue Reading Crimson Shore – Preston & Child
You would think the fourth most expensive movie ever made would have a super-kick-ass-awesomely-wicked story, right?
It’s a strange thing, being a James Bond fan. I guess the secret is learning to live with disappointment.