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Kong: Skull Island Review

Since the 1930’s, Kong has been a major part of cinema. The original film is a masterpiece, with amazing pioneering visual effects that helped inspire filmmakers for decades to come. Now comes a new Kong adventure, from Legendary Pictures, the company behind 2014’sĀ Godzilla. Does the King still have it?

Shin Godzilla

It's a peaceful day in Japan when a strange fountain of water erupts in the bay, causing panic to spread among government officials. At first, they suspect only volcanic activity, but one young executive dares to wonder if it may be something different - something alive. His worst nightmare comes to life when a massive, gilled monster emerges from the deep and begins tearing through the city, leav...[Read More]

Shin Godzilla Review

The King of the Monsters is reborn again, but does this new interpretation live up to the hype?

Review: Godzilla (2014 Movie)

In 1998, Tri-Star released their Godzilla movie. It bombed at the box office, due to misunderstanding what the appeal of the character was. Now, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have taken their crack at the King of Monsters. Does it measure up to the 60 year legacy that Toho created?

Godzilla: A 60 Year Legacy

He’s a classic movie monster, and an allegory for the dangers of the atomic age. He’s an unstoppable force of nature, a guardian of the planet, and both an enemy and ally of mankind. Since 1954, Godzilla has been part of the pop culture of the world, and his appeal has continued through several hiatuses and a few bad movies. He’s been in cartoons, comics, and video games. With a ...[Read More]

Review: Transformers: Dark of the Moon (360)

Many gamers tend to bristle when the concept of games as art is questioned. With so many incredible experiences coming out every year, and the increasing audience for the medium, it seems like a foregone conclusion. Then one has the misfortune of playing a game like Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Getting past the grammatically infuriating title is difficult enough, but once you begin you realize ...[Read More]

XXL Bakugan

Bakugan just got a little bigger. Skyscraper-sized that is. In the new game, Bakugan: Defenders of the Core, you’ll be taking your small marble monsters to an all new size.

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