Book Review: Katie Experiences: Slime Seduction – “Take the red pill and see how far the rabbithole goes.”

Slime Seduction.jpg

“No guys looked at her, she blended in with the rest of them, just one of the guys as usual.”

– Katie a.k.a. Angelique, Slime Seduction

Continue reading

Advertisements

Book Review: Taken by the Tetris Blocks – A Whole New World of Gaming

Take by the Tetris Blocks

After a two month hiatus, I think it only fitting that my return to blogging be at the hands (or rather blocks) of this anatomically confusing snotty tissue. Tetris blocks. Really? Tetris blocks? Is nothing sacred? Continue reading

Movie Review: BloodRayne – Why Uwe do dis?

BloodRayne Poster

Genre: Action/Adventure/Fantasy

Director: Uwe Boll

Running Time: 95 Minutes

The conclave convened and decided that we had not tortured ourselves enough by watching Uwe Boll’s Alone in the Dark and House of the Dead. We took it upon ourselves to watch the BloodRayne trilogy, with undying support from the Stygian Mole and our resident Occult Specialist. This is a log of the horrors that  we have witnessed. Continue reading

Movie Review: House of the Dead – Uwe is a Fool

House of the Dead

Genre: Horror/Action

Director: Uwe Boll

Running Time: 90 Minutes

I played House of the Dead at the arcade when I was a kid. It was mindless, harmless fun. It was always one of the most popular arcade games. Then you hear about a movie adaptation of this beloved throwback and you hope that justice will be done. I had this experience most recently with Hitman, not the remake released this year (2015), but the one starring Timothy Oliphant in 2007. I am an avid follower of the Hitman franchise and was rather excited about the film when it was released. Some of you may feel this way about the Resident Evil franchise. The 2000s saw a number of games being adapted for the silver screen: Alone in the Dark, Doom and Tomb Raider are but a few.

This drivel is by far the worst thing that I have watched in a long time, second only to Alone in the Dark.

Continue reading

Game Review: Destiny – Become Legend (but only if you buy all the DLC *Ts & Cs Apply*)

Destiny

Release Date: 2014

Developer(s): Bungie

Publisher(s): Activision

Platforms: PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One

With the media frenzy around Marty O’Donnell’s case against Bungie and the release of update 2.0.0 a month ago, I thought it time to finally throw in my two cents about the game. I could go on and on about all the usual things, like: game play, replay value, character development and the like. And perhaps some of you reading this want that sort of review. Rather, this is my personal account of Year One.

Continue reading

TBT Movie Review: eXistenZ – E3: The Church Years

eXistenZ 2

Genre: Sci-Fi/Thriller

Director: David Cronenberg

Running Time: 97 Minutes

“A sign of the times.”

“Death to the demoness, Allegra Geller!”

Continue reading

Mortal Kombat X Review

Rare Horror

2D Boxshot Wizard v1.1

Mortal Kombat 9 was one of the best games of the 360/PS3/Wii generation – a roaring return to the main card for a classic fighting franchise that had fallen down a few ranks in its previous incarnations.  Gorier than ever, featuring the then-new bone-cracking x-ray moves, a cool story mode, and tons of content, it was my personal favorite fighter in years.   It didn’t hurt that I’ve always loved the Mortal Kombat Big Trouble in Little China meets grindhouse horror aesthetic, or that Freddy Krueger showed up as a challenger.  Just over a year into the launch of a new hardware generation, Mortal Kombat X has arrived, bringing with it a mostly new cast, upgraded graphics, and a swath of new features.  Oh yeah, and this time, Jason Voorhees is joining the fray.

jasonMortalKombat A new kontestant appears.  Unfortunately only available via upcoming DLC.

One surprising element of Mortal Kombat…

View original post 448 more words