Ms. Silver Screen: Woody Allen and His Last Two Films: Midnight in Paris, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger

My introduction to Woody Allen came from the 1977 classic Annie Hall. I knew nothing of the bespectacled man before then, even though his work has been around for – quite literally – ever. In the four films of his that I have seen there have been some common characteristics. (I am almost ashamed to admit that Annie Hall, Vicky […]

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Review: Dead Space 2

Having spawned a total of four games over three consoles, two full length animated films, a full length novel, graphic novels, and a rumored feature length film in production, the Dead Space franchise has done well for itself.  In terms of the games, Dead Space and Dead Space Extraction have received largely positive press.  Additionally, Dead Space 2 performed better […]

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iTuesday Review: Robot Wants Kitty for iPhone – Giving Away Five Copies

In Robot Wants Kitty you play as a Robot who wants a kitty. Lucky for you, there is a kitty located somewhere in each level. Unlucky for you, the levels are large and filled with all sorts of weird enemies who have something against robots. Each round starts where you are only able to move left and right. Eventually the […]

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Great Moments in Cinema: Inglourious Basterds

Since the beginning of cinema, there have been movies about movies.  From Sherlock Jr. to Singin’ in the Rain to The Three Amigos, filmmakers have long been obsessed with looking inward at their own profession, and exploring the power of the medium.  Indeed, countless miles of celluloid have been expended in the effort to examine the myriad ways in which […]

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Review: The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings (PC) – Giving Away a Digital Copy!

Holy crapping crap, crapping some bricks!  This pretty much sums up my experiences playing The Witcher 2 thus far.  This game is absolutely downright amazing all across the board.  Frankly I haven’t been this excited about playing an RPG since Lost Odyssey a very long time ago, and I can say that I like it a lot more.  From character […]

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iTuesday Review: Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 for iPhone and iPad

One great thing I love about my iPhone is that it’s a place where old games can be reborn. There are plenty of classic games that have been rereleased for iOS. The biggest obstacle that these games face is the absence of a physical controller. For some games this works fine (I touched on a couple of these during my […]

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Underrated Game of the Month: Blur

Like lost toys, the half a pizza with pineapple and children on a field trip without a buddy, some video games simply get left behind.  Sometimes they were just released at the wrong time, eclipsed by a much bigger game or a surprise chart topper.  Sometimes they just had bad marketing, or too many misconceived ideas about the game spread […]

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