Here it is. The moment you’ve all been waiting for. Our final podcast that determines the site’s Top Ten Games of the Year. It’s going to be long. [Read more...]
The Wachowski siblings originally shocked the world with The Matrix, an incredibly ambitious and important action movie from 1999. The latter two movies were absurd, rhetoric nonsense that completely diminished the love most people had towards that original Matrix movie. It’s funny how Cloud Atlas is mainly about lives being cyclical and all past mistakes will repeat themselves throughout history, because Cloud Atlas is also absurd, rhetoric nonsense by the Wachowski siblings. [Read more...]
I’ve always regarded the recent trend of ”found footage” movies with disdain. Beyond the fresh and eerily effective Blair Witch Project in 1999 (the film was both of those things due to a relatively limited release, and a leak of the film on the internet that gave it a certain mystique and hype), I’ve found most of these films little but annoying, repetitious and dull. Chronicle slips past on a technicality, truthfully; we see the footage not as it was found, but as it is recorded. Does it breathe life into a stale genre? No. But does it provide an interesting, thrilling alternative to the dreaded normalcy of such films? Sort of.