My love for monster films started when I was a child. It began for the most obvious of reasons – as an eight year old, I thought it was totally..
I have this irrational fear that some pieces of art will be lost forever, completely forgotten and left unappreciated. The idea that there will come a time when no one..
During my college years, I had a professor who taught film theory courses. He shared many fascinating stories about the importance film played in his life growing up in a..
Video games can take players on journeys to unexpected places, and the emotions they can evoke are often just as unpredictable. Very few could have predicted that the comedic elements..
This is part two of a two-part recap on E3 2015. To read part one, click here. By the time Ubisoft wrapped up their conference, I was ready to once..
One enduring element unique to video games is the boss battle. At first, it seems to be an odd practice – a traditionally difficult gatekeeper that needs to be bested..
By Nick Olsen and Josh Snyder Publisher’s note A little more than a year ago I approached Josh with the beginning of an idea. I wanted to create a website..
By Josh Snyder When you first load up Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt, the third piece of downloadable content (DLC) for Borderlands 2, there is no quest marker. Walls of..
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