As I was putting this list together I came to a realization; I didn’t have strong enough feelings on some movies I saw this year to justify a top 10 list, so I decided to drop it down to five. That way I’m not wasting your time by praising something I only sort of enjoyed. […]
If you’re looking for some podcasts to listen to, I’ve got a few suggestions for you. These are a few of my favorites that I either started listening to last year, they started last year, or I felt they really came into their own last year. You know, some sort of qualification tying it to […]
Music was so good in 2017. As a huge hip hop fan, the breadth of quality options lead to me listening to a new album or two every week. I totaled just over 70 full length albums this year and that doesn’t include the many singles I also enjoyed. What I’m trying to say is […]
I’ve decided to go with a theme for this week’s entry of 31 for 31, so I’ll be covering the very divisive (live-action) Resident Evil movie franchise. The Resident Evil game series is one of my favorites and I seem to be one of the few fans that actually doesn’t hate the movies that have […]
31 for 31 (not to be confused with ESPN’s 30 for 30 movie series, which I totally didn’t rip off) is a series of articles where I cover a different horror movie for each day in October. A few years back I tried something similar to this feature where I attempted to watch and review […]
Well, it certainly has been a while since I’ve done one of these articles. I’m honestly not even sure when my last set impression was, but I know it has been over 3 years at the very least. I sort of fell off the Magic bandwagon for a while, for a variety of reasons, so […]
First up, we were trying to play the Final Fantasy XV multiplayer beta, but some server issues killed that idea. We ended up going with Valkyria Revolution, a Musou game that has you mashing on buttons to skip the cutscenes more than actually attacking. A couple of days later, we decided to check out the The Long Dark. […]
John Lucero, Jason Arriola, and Brittany Beshel spot some tangos in Rainbow Six: Siege. In case you’re wondering, yes, there’s friendly fire in this. And to see Brittany’s sick dance moves, tune in to the second part at around the 6:15 mark.
John and Jason drink in some of that sweet, sweet Overwatch and Jason learns that meth heads aren’t all bad.