Girls “Boys” Review
Feb20

Girls “Boys” Review

I was hopeful the dreamy, hunky Patrick Wilson was going to make his second appearance on Girls , but not such luck. Sigh … Right out of the gate, however, Hannah has an offer to write an eBook. Pretty awesome, right? Yeah, except it’s due like yesterday. Okay, well, in a month, but is there any real difference?  Here comes the writer’s block, the false starts that lead to real stops, the ill-conceived ideas that fizzle...

Read More
Color Sheep Review
Feb20

Color Sheep Review

I’m tired of games with color palettes that consist of gray, browns and blacks. I think most other gamers share the same distaste. Games like Ni No Kuni, Okami and The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker are some of the most memorial games because of their use of vibrant colors. The color palettes of most mobile games seem to be constantly torn between either simplistically bland colors or overcompensating “gritty” realism. Where’s the...

Read More
Magic: The Gathering: Standard Mono-Blue Aggro-Control Deck
Feb20

Magic: The Gathering: Standard Mono-Blue Aggro-Control Deck

With all the prerelease  and release events behind us, it’s now time to start looking forward to the Gatecrash Game Day, which is a Constructed Standard event. As anyone who buys single cards can tell you, playing Standard can be a very expensive proposition, what with the most competitive Standard decks being very… standardized, which drives the price of the cards used in these decks through the stratosphere. However, it is still...

Read More
Snitch Review
Feb20

Snitch Review

What would you do to help your son who was set up for a crime and sentenced to ten years in prison? That’s the dilemma one father has to face. Inspired by true events, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stars in Snitch from Summit Entertainment.  Is this a dramatic breakout role for Dwayne Johnson, or will he suffer from being typecast as a mindless action star? Story John Matthews is a mild mannered businessman. He own a...

Read More
Seduction of the Innocent Review
Feb20

Seduction of the Innocent Review

Historical fiction is usually not my forte. If I’m going to read a newly published book that is set more than 20 years ago, there has to be a very compelling plot reason for it. Though if you’re going historical fiction, I do love the 40’s and 50’s. There’s just something about that era, where men wore suits, women wore cocktail dresses and everyone drank and smoked all the time, that is so entrancing. Not only is...

Read More