In what turned out to be one of the most epic conversations in our podcast's history, Ricky, Simon and Edgar Chaput are joined by David Lynch superfan and friend of the show Kate Rennebohm for a two-part dissection of the man’s last two films.
As part of Blade Runner 2049’s viral marketing campaign, director Denis Villeneuve has commissioned others to direct a series of short films set between the events of Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049.
My tank is surrounded. Two knights flank him, and a spellcaster is perched on a nearby roof. I play out the next few turns...
'Firstborn' succeeds in crafting a queasy portrait of a loveless couple trapped in marriage.
Horror has long been an excellent vehicle for political messaging, though rarely as concise and direct as in 'Maus.'
What do muscular men flaunting flamboyance, outlandish superpowers, and villains bearing names that tribute popular musicians all have in common? They are all staple...
Is the Toronto International Film Festival worth attending in person? You bet.
With Sony in such a strong position at the moment and thus better placed than the competition to indulge in the odd passion project or two, wouldn’t now be the perfect time to revisit some of the platform’s former successes?
If the second season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer shows us anything, it's a renewed sense of confidence in itself. Like its characters, Buffy is a hell of a lot more sure of itself in its second year. particularly as the season goes on. While "Halloween" showed that this show was more than willing to get silly for an episode, "Bewitched, Bewildered and Bothered" doubles down on that to glorious effect.
Opposition is all well and good, but 'Rift' frequently feels at odds with itself.
It wasn't too long ago that we barely had any new games released on a Nintendo console and now it seems like we can hardly keep up. It's another big week for the Big N with releases of Pokken Tournmanent DX, Thimbleweed Park, Steamworld Dig and so much more.
With the upcoming Super Mario Odyssey being only the third Mario game in the same vein as Super Mario 64 (following Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine), it is high time to reexamine one of the evergreen staples of the video game canon.
You already know the co-hosts of The TV Roundtable live on the #edge of #hottakes - but did you know they had enough #hottakes...
Milocrorze is the brainchild of Yoshimasa Ishibashi, best known for The Fuccon Family TV sketch show, which featured an all-mannequin cast.
Hostiles is an admirably executed work about accessing the damage done to the collective psyche of western America in the late 19th century.
I wasn't simply drawn back by the fanboy nostalgia for one of the titles that helped shape my gaming tastes to this day. No, the decision was primarily taken because remembering what games like this meant to me back during my illness made me consider what it was that I found so appealing about them, and ESO in particular.
The 20th theatrical Pokémon film, I Choose You!, will receive a limited theatrical release worldwide November 5 and 6. The movie is a retelling of how Ash and Pikachu met, and how their adventure first began.
Zahler’s Brawl in Cell Block 99 is a worthy follow-up to Bone Tomahawk.