How the heck do you write a sequel to The Shining? Is some other family going to be haunted within the walls of a new hotel that was built on the haunted grounds of The Overlook? Because that’s how horror sequels usually go. AdvertisementsRead more "Book Review: Doctor Sleep by Stephen King"
I’ve never been blown away by the Assassin’s Creed DLC packs for all games in the series (though I never played those for III, which looked way cooler than the rest), and Freedom Cry continues this trend by being far from “need to play,” no matter how promising the protagonist is.Read more "Gaming Review: Assassin’s Creed IV DLC: Freedom Cry"
Diane Setterfield set the bar pretty high for herself with her first novel, The Thirteenth Tale, which is one of the best books I’ve read in a long time. Now she’s back with Bellman & Black, a ghost story of sorts that isn’t as haunting to the reader as it is to the protagonist.Read more "Book Review: Bellman & Black by Diane Setterfield"
The Wolf of Wall Street is DiCaprio as good as he’s ever been and Scorsese takes it up a notch to a level we rarely get from him.Read more "Film Review: The Wolf of Wall Street"
While playing Sid Meier’s Pirates! did you ever wish that you could take a microscope to that world to get a closer look at all the pirating going on? Then Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is the game for you!Read more "Gaming Review: Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag"
Another year, another mixtape! 2013 was another great year in music, and below are just twenty tracks that I believe made this year enjoyable.Read more "The HST Mixtape of 2013"
American Hustle has a lot of great things going for it, but David O. Russell’s hesitance to just do his own thing keeps the film from reaching its utmost potential.Read more "Dissecting American Hustle"