Tuesday, February 20, 2018
'Khook' deconstructs the ego of the modern male film director through a pitch-black comic lens.

Racing Strong: How ‘Mario Kart Tour’ Can Revolutionize the Series for Mobile

Announced three weeks ago, 'Mario Kart Tour' can change Nintendo's mobile fortunes. It simply needs to understand how 'Super Mario Run' failed and learn from its mistakes.
Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot

‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot,’ Heralds Gus Van Sant’s Return to...

Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot Directed by Gus Van Sant 2018/USA Gus Van Sant returns to the Berlinale with his best film this decade,...

Berkeley goes back-to-back, wins second ‘Overwatch’ collegiate national championship

Proving they could succeed where no other team could, the University of California, Berkeley rolled over tournament favorite, University of California, Irvine, to win the Fiesta Bowl Overwatch Collegiate National Championship.

Indie Snippet: ‘Last Man Kicking’ is a Fun Little Time-Waster Serving As a Precursor...

A quick look at "Last Man Kicking": a stand-alone tie-in for anticipated indie title, "Last Man Standing".

Game Boys, Ep. 93: Drop Off

This week's episode of Game Boys is dedicated entirely to drop off and the games that we let go of for one reason or...
Kim Min-hee in Grass

‘Grass’ is Hangout Cinema at its Best

While Hong Sangsoo's latest effort is hardly life-changing, 'Grass' is a great example of hangout cinema at its best.

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‘Owlboy’ – Don’t Pass up the Opportunity to Experience Such a Work of Staggering...

Owlboy is one of the best games in years – consistently charming and surprising, with an ending open to interpretation that will have fans theorizing long after the credits roll.

5 Historical Periods That Would Be Perfect for a ‘Kingdom Come: Deliverance’-Style Game

I like so many others eagerly await the release of Kingdom Come: Deliverance, hoping it will usher in a new wave of popular, hyper-realistic games that are as informative as they are enjoyable.

‘Shadow of the Colossus’ Review: Time Flies Over Us, but Leaves Its Shadow Behind

This version of Shadow is still one of the medium’s most singular experiences revamped and revitalized for 2018.
Alright you primitive screwheads, listen up! It's been twenty-five years since Bruce Campbell first showed the Army of Darkness his “boomstick,” and pop culture hasn't been the same since.

Games That Changed Our Lives: ‘Mario Party 6’

Not only was Mario Party 6 able to provide the perfect escape during bouts of loneliness, but it also served as the catalyst for bringing my friends together and reigniting our love for local multiplayer games.
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Introducing Goomba Stomp’s Newsletter

If you want us to keep you updated with the latest news, reviews, videos, and features on our website, but prefer to have it delivered directly to your inbox, then you're in luck. After two long years we've finally created The Goomba Stomp Newsletter.
Best Mario Kart Games

‘Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’ Cup by Cup: Banana Cup

In this continuing feature, I will be examining Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’s courses cup-by-cup, evaluating the ups and downs of each course. In this entry, I will be looking at the Banana Cup.

Ten Years of ‘No More Heroes’ and it’s Still Awesome

10 years ago, Nintendo released one of the most unique titles on the Wii, titled No More Heroes. Since its release, it has become a cult classic, and for a very good reason.
Black Panther

The Quiet Radicalism of ‘Black Panther’

The arrival of Black Panther is cause for celebration. The first film to star the eponymous superhero is also the first Marvel film to feature a predominantly black cast.

‘Dovlatov’ is a Brilliant Tribute to a Great Writer

Dovlatov is a morbidly funny film, with the enjoyment of some jokes depending on a certain knowledge of Russian literature and 20th Century Soviet writers.
Rupert Everett in The Happy Prince

Oscar Goes Wild in the Disappointing ‘The Happy Prince’

'The Happy Prince' is handsomely mounted, but a bit of a sprawling mess.

Games that Changed Our Lives: ‘Life is Strange’ Teaches Us It’s Okay to Cry

I first played Life is Strange in the autumn of 2016. I was in my mid-twenties at the time, so naturally, this article isn’t a tribute to the game that first fanned the flames of my passion for the medium. Moreover, as a pessimistic Englishman who possesses all the artistic flair of a 60-year-old accountant, I had very little in common with the denizens of Arcadia Bay, save perhaps a few painfully familiar moments of teenage angst.
Damsel Movie

Comedy Western ‘Damsel’ is an Epic Misfire

Damsel starts with two men at a crossroads in the desert — one waiting for a stagecoach going west, one waiting for a stagecoach going east.

‘Isle of Dogs’ Shows Once Again Why Wes Anderson Is One of America’s Most...

Returning to the stop-motion animation that made 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' such a beloved hit, Wes Anderson’s latest film is a treat for dog and film-lovers alike.

Games That Changed Our Lives: ‘Demo 1’ and ‘Metal Gear Solid’

How a PlayStation "Demo 1" disc introduced me to some strange game called "Metal Gear Solid".

Top 10 Games with Staff Writer, Alex Aldridge

Writing about games I love is the easy part. The hard part was trying to condense 27 years of gaming into a list of my 10 best.