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Since it’s only been a year since Pokémon Sun and Moon was released, my initial impression of Ultra Sun and Moon was met with skepticism. How much could Game Freak change or add in such a short span of time?
In Nintendo's Animal Crossing-dedicated direct today, the Big N revealed the details of its much-anticipated Animal Crossing game for smartphones, which will launch for free on iOS and Android late November.
Ted Geoghegan’s directorial debut 'We Are Still Here' doesn’t break new ground, but serves as a suspenseful and well-crafted old-fashioned ghost story.
It is impossible to make a definitive list of the best horror films but what follows is a list of my personal 150 favorite horror films of the 20th century accompanied by a few special mentions.
Dark Horse is bringing its third compendium of Legend of Zelda lore to bookshelves next year with the English edition of The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia.
Fire Emblem Warriors is an orgy of frenetic combat, a blood-letting on a titanic scale, a ballet of butchery that moves in perfect harmony with its thunderous gameplay.
This week on the Sordid Cinema Podcast we discuss Gerald's Game, the latest big screen Stephen King adaptation and Super Dark Times, the feature debut of the incredibly talented director Kevin Phillips.
Nearly a year to the day after The Walking Dead's most controversial episode aired, the Season Eight premiere is set to prove that showrunner Scott Gimple and director Greg Nicotero are trying to bring the show back to basics.
Ryan Prows' indie crime thriller Lowlife is best described as this generation’s Pulp Fiction.
My Boyfriend’s Back is a hilariously tongue-in-cheek send-up of both zombie movies and romantic teen-comedies, with a touch of social satire.