The Simpsons “Treehouse of Horror XXIV” Review
Oct11

The Simpsons “Treehouse of Horror XXIV” Review

For the 24th year in a row, The Simpsons offers up three tales of howl-iday terror and delight. Spooky. Well, not especially, given that much like last year’s offering, our annual Treehouse of Horror episode is going out three weeks too soon. I have no idea why they’d air it so early in October, especially since now the series doesn’t return with a new episode until November 3rd. But who am I to question the wisdom...

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Family Guy “Vestigial Peter” Review
Oct11

Family Guy “Vestigial Peter” Review

Lois is sick of Peter wearing the same thing every day, even though everyone in Quahog also wears the same thing every day, including herself. She drags him to the mall to look for some new threads, and lo! an enormous lump is discovered on Peter’s shoulder. A trip to Dr Hartman’s later, and it turns out that it’s not a tumor, but rather a vestigial twin. Hartman cuts the lump open, and out pops a fully developed...

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Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014 Expansion Review
Oct11

Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014 Expansion Review

Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014 has received its first expansion, meaning that players can now enjoy 5 new decks and 10 new challenges. The question, however, is whether this content is worth your hard-earned money. Magic: the Gathering: Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014 Expansion (Steam [Reviewed], PSN, XBLA, iOS for iPad, Android) Developer: Stainless Games Publisher: Stainless Games Released: Sept 18th, 2013 I’ll begin with the...

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Fantasia Interview with Harmonix’s Matt Boch
Oct11

Fantasia Interview with Harmonix’s Matt Boch

The Adobe Flash Player is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash Player or Watch this video on YouTube. Because David believes there can never be too much Disney coverage, we talked with Harmonix’s Matt Boch about development of Fantasia. Watch has he nerds out and bothers Harmonix with his unnatural Disney love. Fantasia looks pretty great...

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Captain Phillips Review
Oct11

Captain Phillips Review

Looking over Tom Hanks’ filmography, it’s strange to realize what a downturn his career has been on as of late. Unless you’re one of those crazy people who like Cloud Atlas, he hasn’t been in a mainstream feel good success since the early 2000s. (Side note: remember when The Da Vinci Code was going to be a huge franchise? Weird right!). Despite the deadly serious subject matter of Captain Phillips, I feel that...

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