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Review of Matrix Resurrections

Disclaimer: I did not see the movie in theaters, and while I stopped going to the movies years ago, The Matrix is different. I think an argument could be made for a movie like this needing to be seen in theaters more than any other movie in existence because it really is more of an

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Invasion is Very Good, But You Hate It — Why?

Going by IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes ratings, 5.9 and 46% respectively, most people seem to hate the new Apple TV+ sci-fi series, Invasion. But, for the life of me, I can’t figure out why? I’ve now completed the entire first season, and the show has already been renewed for a second season. The show has

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Resident Evil 5 Review

2009 was right around the end of a rough patch in my life where I was essentially homeless, and to keep it simple, I’ll just say, I didn’t have the means to be keeping up on the latest games, so this one passed me by. I’ve played nearly every single main game in the RE

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Other Horror Franchises Can’t Fuck with the Chuck

Charles Lee Ray, the “Lakeshore Strangler,” “Chucky,” may in fact be the most popular horror villain of all time. I know I’m going to get some push-back on this, but hear me out. Among hardcore horror fans, this generally isn’t true, where the more popular franchises are Friday the 13th (my personal favorite), Nightmare on

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Blair Witch Video Game Review

Being a big fan of both developer Bloober and the Blair Witch franchise, I was pretty confident that I was going to enjoy this game. I did, but it was a little bit clunky at times with the controls (but minor enough to overlook). The very best part of the game was actually something that

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The Best/Worst Horror Movie Hybrid

I’ve seen space marines fight a giant spider/scientist in Leprechaun 4. I’ve seen pianos eat giggling Japanese women in Hausu. I’ve seen people get terrorized by slugs, rabbits, exploding canaries, and vegetarian goblins. I say all this to preface the fact that, without a doubt, 1964’s Face of the Screaming Werewolf is the strangest, most

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Resident Evil Village Review

Resident Evil Village is a melting pot of awesome ideas. You have the first-person view and mechanics first introduced in Resident Evil 7, a heavy influence from Resident Evil 4 (the clear favorite in the entire franchise among fans and critics alike), classic monsters like vampires, werewolves, and Frankenstein-like creations, a rag-tag team of instantly