Category Archive: Reviews

FIFA: The Journey

FIFA: The Journey. A welcome innovation that brings engaging and well-developed story lines and emotion to the explosively popular annual soccer or football offering from EA.

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Professor Marston and the Wonder Women – Sweet and Contemplative Poly Romance

Coming hot off the popularity and success of Wonder Woman, Dr. Marston and the Wonder Women is a far cry away from the polish, color, and lightness of a superhero film. In fact, this much more adult film tackles not only the challenges of romance, psychology, and sexual partnership in complex and NOT action-packed ways, it also blends two relatively under-represented subcultures on the big screen.

Wolfenstein – A Narrative Jubilee with a Serviceable Gameplay

**Intro:** Ah, Wolfenstein. How much respect is automatically generated for a title that stems from the “granddaddy of FPS”? Does the fact that Wolfenstein 3D (1992) often received credit for being a genre-template… Continue reading

Blade Runner 2049 – Pulpy Sci-Fi Noir that Breathes Life in Every Frame

Ridley Scott’s 1982 Cult Hit Blade Runner is often credited with a great many introductions. It’s often described as the first mainstream cyberpunk aesthetic put to film. The countless films and media it… Continue reading

Atomic Blonde Review – A Chemical Composition that Shines Brighter than the Mix of Its Parts

The Action Landscape in 2017 It’s a great time to be an action movie cinaphile. While the 90s and early 2000s held their respective heads above water, the recent years’ entries have provided… Continue reading