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Monthly Archive: July, 2013

Mobile Apps: “Zombies, Run!” is Deadly Fun

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Every now and then some new technology, story, or video game – or some combo of the three – sends me surging into a nerdalicious state of mania. The most recent case was… Continue reading

“The Wolverine” Movie Review: Logan as a Ronin

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In a recent interview, Hugh Jackman was asked how excited he was for the release of The Wolverine and he replied by doing this. And that’s exactly what you should do too when… Continue reading

“The Last of Us”: Love in the Time of Cordyceps

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I’m not terribly sure where to begin here as The Last of Us left me speechless last night. As the game cut to black, I leaned back from the edge of the couch and let… Continue reading

Thoughts on “Life of Pi”

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Life of Pi by Yann Martel is heavily marketed as the kind of spiritual journey that will give rebirth to your belief in God. While I’ve still yet to see the movie, I… Continue reading

“True Blood” Season 6 Mid-Season Recap

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I considered tackling an episode-by-episode recap of both True Blood and The Newsroom this season, but laziness got the better of me, particularly when it grew hard enough to keep up with Game of… Continue reading

What Not to Watch: “When a Man Loves a Woman”

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In yet another occurrence of the endless battles between the sexes last week, my brother and I were vying to watch The Watch on HBO Go while our girlfriends preferred to watch a… Continue reading

Tackling the Kaiju: “Pacific Rim” and What Makes a Good Summer Blockbuster

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* full spoilers for the movie are below * In what can most succinctly be described as Transformers vs. Godzillas, Pacific Rim opens as a midsummer masterpiece by Guillermo del Toro that transcends far… Continue reading

“Bioshock Infinite” Secrets Revealed

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Because I can’t seem to get over the magnificent spectacle that is Bioshock Infinite, I’ve decided to delve deeper into the game’s lore and give my explanation on a few things. React and comment on… Continue reading

Reactions to “Pokemon Generations”

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A long time ago in a town not so far away, I was a young child obsessed with Pokemon. In addition to being supposedly stricken with laziness and ungratefulness, I am fortunately also… Continue reading

The Pixar Theory

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Interesting theory on the Pixar universe! What do you guys think? Jon Negroni Every Pixar movie is connected. I explain how, and possibly why. Before we go further, I should let you know… Continue reading

What to Expect in Kingdom Hearts III and What We Want to See

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I’m sure that there are many fans out there who just stuck to the main 2 installments of Kingdom Hearts, both of which appeared on the Playstation 2, disregarding the some odd five… Continue reading

Some Thoughts on HBO’s “Girls”

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HBO’s Girls is the product of child (err..early twenties-ish?) prodigy Lena Dunham, who writes, directs, and stars in a show by our generation and for our generation. With the collaboration of famous comic… Continue reading

“This is the End”: A Lighthearted and Irreverent Apocalypse

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** Complete Spoilers for “This is the End” Inbound ** This is the End stars a healthy portion of Judd Apatow‘s acting troupe pretending to be “themselves” in a movie about the end… Continue reading

What’s New and What We Want from the New Super Smash Bros.

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At E3 a few weeks back, Nintendo unveiled the big debut for what is certain to be one of their upcoming hits: the fourth Super Smash Bros. game. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQD1yJinzeQ&feature=youtu.be]

10 Great Movies On Netflix You Might Have Missed

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Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
1. The Rules Of Attraction (2002) The Rules of Attraction After he co-wrote Pulp Fiction and before he went to jail for vehicular manslaughter/DUI, Roger Avary directed a…