Everything We Know About Netflix’s ‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ Series

Despite being one of Netflix’s biggest upcoming releases of the year, little is known about the streaming giant’s Jurassic World animated spin-off. Dinosaur fanatics and paleontologists alike are on pens and needles awaiting the release of next year’s big screen Jurassic World: Dominion that is set to expand the films into a cinematic universe similar […]
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Movie Review: ‘The Secret Garden’ Blossoms In A Bleak Year For Cinema

The Secret Garden is one of the most frequently revisited novels of all time. Written by Frances Hodgson Burnett and originally published in 1911, the book has gone one to receive several film, television, and even stage adaptations. I remember watching the 1993 film adaptation a long time ago, but I was a child when […]
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Zelda: Link’s Awakening for Switch Just Received Its First Review

Fans were beyond excited when Nintendo announced The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening would be receiving a full-blown remake, and now that the new Switch title is less than a week away from release Zelda fans have something else to be excited about. According to Gematsu, the well-known Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu‘s final score of […]
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President Trump Officially Honors Hero Dog at the White House

US President Donald Trump caused quite a stir in October when he tweeted out a photoshopped image of himself bestowing a medal upon the hero US military dog who helped kill Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the former leader of ISIS. While that photo isn’t real, the dog certainly is. And now, Trump really has honored the […]
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Netflix’s ‘Witcher’ Series Brings Dark European Folklore To Life

Netflix is approaching a critical juncture. The streaming company is facing more competition than ever, not only from the likes of Hulu and Amazon Prime, but also Disney Plus. Not to mention data that shows a rollercoaster of extreme highs and lows in both subscription rate and stock growth, it’s no secret that the once-dominant […]
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Audiences Need to Stop Sleeping on Doctor Sleep

Stephen King has seen something of a resurgence of his work as of late. While I wasn’t hugely impressed with It Chapter Two, it still managed to clean up nicely at the box office. Unfortunately, the reverse is true for King’s Doctor Sleep film adaptation – I walked away astounded by what the film accomplished, […]
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Sony Officially Announces PS5 Price And Release Date

After a dry spell of news, Sony suddenly announced both the retail price and release date for the PS5, their upcoming home console. The announcement came on Wednesday, on the heels of Microsoft’s revelation that their XBOX Series X and S consoles, which will be priced at $499 and $299, will be available for purchase […]
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Kirby’s Banjo-Kazooie Form is Everything You Ever Wanted and More

When Banjo-Kazooie was first announced as a fighter in the wildly popular Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on Nintendo Switch, I know exactly what you were all thinking: what does this mean for Kirby? Okay, so maybe none of you were thinking that. But I’m sure some of you at least wondered what Kirby’s Banjo-Kazooie form […]
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Official: Paper Mario Is Coming To Nintendo Switch

Here we go! In a surprise announcement, Nintendo revealed the release of a new installment of the popular Paper Mario franchise. The new entry, titled Paper Mario: The Origami King, is slated to hit shelves and the eShop on July 17th. Fans of the series have long been awaiting news of a wholly new Paper […]
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Chris Rock Slams Democrats: “You Let The Pandemic Come In”

Chris Rock did not mince words in a recent interview with the New York Times. The 55-year-old comedian lambasted Democrat politicians throughout parts of the interview, particularly House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, for distracting the United States with doomed impeachment proceedings leading up to the COVID pandemic. Pelosi also encouraged Americans to visit Chinatown in February, […]
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Sony Officially Announces PS5 Price And Release Date

After a dry spell of news, Sony suddenly announced both the retail price and release date for the PS5, their upcoming home console. The announcement came on Wednesday, on the heels of Microsoft’s revelation that their XBOX Series X and S consoles, which will be priced at $499 and $299, will be available for purchase […]
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Alleged UFO Stops Traffic And Mesmerizes New Jersey Residents

UFOs have captured the public consciousness like never before, and apparently the ETs have picked up on our renewed interest in them and decided to stop by New Jersey to say hi. At least that’s what crowds of local residents thought on September 14th as they stopped their cars in the middle of traffic, whipped […]
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Sneak Peak of ‘Animaniacs’ Reboot Surfaces Online

Hellooo reboot! Another blast from the past is heading to a screen near you very soon, and this time it’s the return of the classic 90s cartoon Animaniacs. Hulu first announced plans to revive Animaniacs back in 2018 with further details airing on the podcast “Animanicast”, and since then Hulu has confirmed that the modern […]
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Review: Is ‘Super Mario 3D All-Stars’ Everything We Hoped For?

It’s finally here. After years of waiting and months of rumors, Super Mario 3D All-Stars has arrived. The moment Nintendo announced the surprise release of not one, not two, but three of the greatest 3D platformers of all time, and Mario titles no less, in one package, was a surreal moment. It felt both amazing, […]
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Pokémon Max Diamond & Max Pearl Rumored To Be Coming To Nintendo Switch

A coder allegedly working for Game Freak dropped some major clues as to the company’s next big project. According to the supposed Game Freak employee, remakes of fan favorites Pokémon Diamond and Pearl for the Nintendo Switch are deep in development. The games will reportedly be titled Max Pearl and Max Diamond, respectively. Moreover, they […]
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Super Nintendo World Previews Are Night And Day At Universal Studios

Let’s-a-go! Nintendo and Universal Studios took the world by storm when they announced they were partnering together to bring Super Mario to life in a massive Mario-themed park called Super Nintendo World. The park will occupy its own space at Universal Studios, similar to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. And work on Super Nintendo […]
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Review: Does ‘Paper Mario: Origami King’ Take The Throne?

Given his consistent choice in wardrobe, you could be forgiven for not knowing that Mario is a man who wears many different hats. Over the years he has starred in countless spin-offs, some of which, like Mario Kart, have gone on to become full-fledged series in their own rights. And others, like Mario Paint, which […]
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Mario Movie: Nintendo’s Recent Animated Short Gives Us An Idea Of What To Expect From Their Upcoming Film

The marathon of Mario-related news just keeps on coming. Nintendo has pulled out all the stops to make their mascot’s 35th anniversary one to remember, despite the affects of the ongoing worldwide pandemic. Indeed, while many of Nintendo’s plans for their plucky plumber have been delayed, like the opening of Super Nintendo World at Universal […]
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