• New Dinosaur Hybrid Coming To ‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ Season 3

    Although Jurassic World: Dominion will not be released in theaters this summer as originally expected, there will still be plenty of dinosaur content to tide you over during the summer months. Netflix’s animated Camp Cretaceous series will return for a third season on Friday, May 21 — less than a year after the first season […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 10 Months ago
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  • Review: Is Gnosia Really Worth The Hype?

    Since its localization announcement in a Nintendo Direct at the end of last year, I’ve been pumped to play a somewhat obscure Switch port of an offbeat Japanese visual novel-esque puzzle thriller set in space. Or rather, a ” Sci-Fi Social Deduction RPG”, according to its description on Nintendo’s official website. The game is called […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 10 Months ago
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  • Ranking The Best (And Worst) Monster Hunter Games

    Is there any video game series simultaneously more dynamic yet static as Monster Hunter? The core of each entry in the main series seem fairly uniform and straightforward across the board, yet the unique mechanics (some might say gimmicks) introduced in each iteration offer something new and different. One of the reasons the series has […]
    • by Jeff Bennett
    • 10 Months ago
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  • Yashahime: Where Did The Inuyasha Spin-Off Go Wrong?

    Spin-offs and sequels of popular comic books, movies, and TV series are nothing new to Western audiences. American companies like Disney practically pioneered the concept with their never-ending supply of Direct-to-VHS/DVD/Streaming sequels and prequels that desperately attempt to ride the coattails of whatever the source material is. In this world, nothing is sacred. Not even […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 12 Months ago
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  • ‘Demon Slayer’ Theatrical Release Breaks Box Office Records

    Step aside, Spirited Away, there’s a new box office champion in town. Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train has officially become the highest-grossing theatrical release in Japan. Within ten days of its premiere, it raked in $100 million at the domestic box office. And as of now, it’s managed to pull in a whopping $374 […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 1 Year ago
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  • Joe Rogan Censorship: Did Spotify Remove The Latest Alex Jones Episode? (Updated)

    This article has been updated to accurately reflect the situation surrounding the recent Spotify debacle concerning The Joe Rogan Experience. Joe Rogan hosts the most popular podcast in the world, The Joe Rogan Experience, and a big reason for its fame is his willingness to bring on and talk to people from all walks of […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 1 Year ago
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  • First Impressions: Everything Wrong With The ‘Animaniacs’ Reboot

    The highly anticipated reboot of the classic 90s cartoon Animaniacs is almost here, and the streaming service Hulu has dropped yet another trailer for the upcoming season. Unfortunately, for animation nerds and fans of the original series, the most recent trailer is probably less impressive than initially hoped. For starters, what’s up with the character […]
    • by Ben Yardley
    • 1 Year ago
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  • Goodbyyyye Nurse! Has The Classic Character Been Cut From Hulu’s ‘Animaniacs’ Reboot?

    While many fans of the classic 90s cartoon Animaniacs are ecstatic over the announcement of its upcoming reboot on Hulu, others are noticing some disappointing revelations from the show’s promotional material. A lot of changes have been made in Hulu’s modernized version of Animaniacs. The animation is different. The character designs are different. And if […]
    • by Ben Yardley
    • 1 Year ago
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  • Review: Don’t Believe The Hype, ‘The Haunting Of Bly Manor’ Is As Lifeless As A Corpse

    When The Haunting of Hill House premiered on Netflix in 2018, I was one of many viewers shouting its praise from the rooftop. As a horror aficionado, I appreciated how it merged the genre with a thoughtful approach to family drama and social commentary, whilst still never losing sight of its horror roots. Created, written, […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 1 Year ago
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  • ‘Twin Peaks’ Actress Joan Chen Sounds Off, Says “Political Correctness Is Detrimental To Art”

    When the landmark television series Twin Peaks debuted on ABC in the early 90s, it was a watershed moment for the industry. Critics and audiences alike were floored by how such an avant-garde production, helmed by none other than the eccentric genius David Lynch, could not only air on network television but actually be a […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 1 Year ago
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