Month: August 2022

Those cricket noises you’re hearing are the sounds of the summer box office slowing down. Sony’s No. 1 movie from a week ago, David Leitch’s Bullet Train, will hold the top spot again this weekend in a session that technically doesn’t have any uber-wide releases backed by a multimillion-dollar major studio campaign spend. The Brad Pitt
0 Comments
Five Days at Memorial dropped three episodes on Apple TV+ today, dropping viewers right into the eye of the storm. The show examines the horrifying days after Hurricane Katrina when Memorial Hospital was left entirely unprepared for what unfolded, during which caregivers were forced to make unprecedented life or death decisions. John Ridley and Carlton
0 Comments
From the directors of The Asylum’s Dune knockoff and the writers/director of The Asylum’s Aladdin ripoff comes The Asylum’s Tubi Original Shark Side of the Moon. Just when you thought it was safe to colonize Earth’s crater-covered moon again, Glenn Campbell and Tammy Klein introduce Russian human-shark hybrids as cosmic predators. Or, more appropriately, lower-than-low-budget
0 Comments
Over the course of the last five years or so, it’s been theHunter: Call of the Wild which has been standing atop of the hunting tree.  Coming in various guises since the original 2017 release – with both the 2019 and 2021 editions building on the base game – it’s been the go-to hunter as
0 Comments
News Bonnie “Prince” Billy Shares Ramones Cover Featuring David Berman: Listen Will Oldham, David Berman, William Tyler, Chris Scruggs, and Pete Townsend recorded their “Outsider” rendition in 2016 By Matthew Strauss August 12, 2022 Facebook Twitter Artwork by Elsa Oldham Facebook Twitter Bonnie “Prince” Billy has released a cover of the Ramones’ Subterranean Jungle song
0 Comments
It’s safe to say that Nightdive’s initial release of Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition didn’t go so well. Delays aside, the game sported some questionable design decisions and technical issues. Not to mention that it was plagued with new bugs. So much so that Nightdive offered up the original version of Westwood’s classic point-and-click adventure for
0 Comments
When I started Cult of the Lamb, I wasn’t expecting to be shoveling so much poop. This is a true wolf of a base-management game in the sheepish clothing of an action-roguelite, but it balances that unexpected mix of genres with grace. Its adorable art style and surprising amount of side activities fill its relatively
0 Comments
The world’s biggest ice sheet could cause “several meters” of sea-level rise over centuries if the global temperature rises more than 2 °C, according to a British study published Wednesday. Researchers at Durham University concluded that if global greenhouse emissions remain high, the melting East Antarctica Ice Sheet (EAIS) could cause nearly half a meter
0 Comments
I really wish folks would get the whole story before they go running around spreading inaccurate information. People are just so eager to create a villian or miscarriage of justice or something to make them feel better — Larry White, Executive Director* An anonymous source reached out to me the morning of July 15, stating
0 Comments