Film Review: The Devil Inside

Considering that found footage films rely on convincing their audiences that what they are watching actually happened, it is surprising to me that more films have not explored the subject matter of exorcism. There have been some, The Last Exorcism most notable among them, but for the most part, found footage films have steered clear […]

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Review: Spider-Man: Edge of Time

Spider-Man is one of the most beloved superheroes of all-time, holding his own against even the mighty Batman. However, like many other superheroes including until recently Batman, he has struggled when placed in the medium of video games. While there are some diamonds in the rough, including the Neversoft developed Spider-Man on the PSOne, most […]

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Book Shelf: The Hunger Games

Book Shelf is my quick look at the recent books I’ve finished and well, I finished another one. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins I try to keep up on what is popular but sometimes, being the old geezer that I am, stuff passes me by. Stuff like The Hunger Games, which I had no […]

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Xbox 360 Review: Forza Motorsport 4

For over a decade there was one franchise that could lay claim to the crown of simulation racing on home consoles, that series was Sony’s Gran Turismo. The king gallantly fended off all challengers with relative ease until Microsoft published the Turn 10 developed Forza Motorsport on the original XBOX in 2005. While Forza Motorsport […]

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New Beginnings

Some of you know me, some of you don’t. Those that know me, know that I am involved with numerous other online endeavors outside of this here blog. For the last four plus years I have been writing for Hooked Gamers, for nearly the last two I have been serving as an executive editor for […]

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Book Shelf: Micro and Mile 81

While I mostly talk/write about games and movies, I like to read, mostly fiction but sometimes non-fiction. I figured now is as good a time as ever to talk about what I’ve been reading. Micro by Michael Crichton and Richard Preston I was first introduced to Michael Crichton about 20 years ago, with a little […]

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