The Hitman’s Bodyguard: A Few Laughs… But That’s About It (Review)

I went into The Hitman’s Bodyguard and was at least hoping that it would be a guilty pleasure… With Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds, it would have to be decently enjoyable, right? RIGHT?! Wrong. It is pretty bad overall. There are some pretty big laughs, but that is about it. I really wanted to like this one. Continue reading The Hitman’s Bodyguard: A Few Laughs… But That’s About It (Review)

Logan Lucky: Ensemble of the Summer Shines in This Witty Heist Movie (Review)

It is so refreshing to see a heist film that has a good blend of comedy, wittiness, and cleverness. Sometimes, heist movies try too hard and have too many twists and turns until it becomes a mess. Logan Lucky is the complete opposite of that. It is truly hilarious and written so well that its difficult to look away from the screen. The entire cast is great as well, making it one of the summer’s best films.  Continue reading Logan Lucky: Ensemble of the Summer Shines in This Witty Heist Movie (Review)

Hearthstone is Superior to Magic: The Gathering – Deal with It

From Blizzard, comes the world’s best digital card game Hearthstone, based on the lore of the Warcraft universe. The latest and sixth expansion ‘Knights of The Frozen Throne’ is available now! The game is available to download for FREE on iOs, Android, PC, Mac and EVERYTHING else that has a screen. Continue reading Hearthstone is Superior to Magic: The Gathering – Deal with It

The Terror Tribe Invades Middle-earth: Shadow of War in New Brutal Trailer

[Press Release] Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today released a NEW video for Middle-earth: Shadow of War, showcasing the Terror tribe, a faction of Orcs who specialize in spreading fear throughout Mordor. In Shadow of War, Orcs now belong to tribes, which extend their influence stemming from the Overlords ruling the mighty fortresses throughout the open world, providing a rich ecosystem of missions, exploration and a dynamic Orc society with diverse Orc cultures, all brought to life through the expanded Nemesis System. As master tormentors, the Terror tribe rely on their infamous reputations to inspire fear among their enemies. Continue reading The Terror Tribe Invades Middle-earth: Shadow of War in New Brutal Trailer

Lakewood Theatre Lands Critical Hit With “She Kills Monsters” (Review)

Recently, I had the pleasure of attending Lakewood Theatre Company’s production of She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen. This was a play I had been dying to see. I play Dungeons and Dragons with friends most weekends, and was very much looking forward to seeing a play that features the popular table top, role-playing game. I had never been to the Lakewood Theatre, and had never seen a play by Mr. Nguyen. As such, I had no idea what to expect of the play. All I knew was that She Kills Monsters is about a woman who plays her sister’s homemade D&D module after she dies in a tragic car accident. I expected a heavy play, full of emotion and cathartic moments. Continue reading Lakewood Theatre Lands Critical Hit With “She Kills Monsters” (Review)

TOP 5 COMICS TO BUY – 08/16/17: SPY SEAL, DIVINITY, & METAL

Wednesday is here again, which means a new week for new comics. If you are like me, you may still have a stack of comics that haven’t been read from last week, but how can anyone fault us for reading. Here is a list of books I will be picking up at my local comic shop. Continue reading TOP 5 COMICS TO BUY – 08/16/17: SPY SEAL, DIVINITY, & METAL

Chuck: Liev Schreiber Brings Real-Life Rocky Chuck Wepner’s True Story to The Masses (Blu-ray Review)

A fascinating drama inspired by the life of heavyweight boxer Chuck Wepner, the riveting underdog story CHUCK arrives on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD August 15, 2017 from Paramount Home Media Distribution. From director Philippe Falardeau, Chuck stars Liev Schreiber, Naomi Watts, Elisabeth Moss, Jim Gaffigan, Michael Rapaport, Pooch Hall, Morgan Spector and Ron Perlman. Continue reading Chuck: Liev Schreiber Brings Real-Life Rocky Chuck Wepner’s True Story to The Masses (Blu-ray Review)