Robo Recall (Game Preview)

Gaming. Gaming. Gaming. Gaming. Gaming. (I do hope you’re making a note of all this. -Ed) I adore video games. Mostly computer based ones. But I am open -and a little aroused- by new and interesting games on wonderfully unique platforms. Now many of you will have heard of the Oculus Rift and its groundbreaking “virtual reality” technologies. With these new ways of playing video games has come, obviously, a whole plethora of new video games. Now the one that has whet many appetites of late is Robo Recall. GAME FACT: You need an Oculus Touch to play the game. Now the game is set in the future, obviously, and revolves around a new and exciting robot technology that goes […]

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Best of the worst. (Film Review)

 

 It has been a while since we did anything film related. Oh, let’s be honest, it’s been bloody years since we looked at anything not music related. Thus today is going to be a day of some significance, for today we look at perhaps the best-worst movie ever made. Today we look at… THE ROOM (2003) Right, so we’ll jump right in with this: Wookiee made me watch this film. I’m still in therapy and have developed a morphine addiction from seeing it. (That’s my excuse and I am sticking with it!)  I am calm…. I’m calm… No I’m not….. Right, so for the dozen of you that have never seen this film let me give you a little background […]

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Werewolf the Apocalypse comes to PC.

Back in October 2015 when White Wolf Studios were acquired by Paradox interactive, we all began wondering if Paradox would start churning out a plethora of branded games in the franchise. Skip to The beginning of 2017, and turns out we were both right and wrong. A new game is coming, but strangely enough it will in fact be developed by Cyanide (Blood Bowl 2, Game of Thrones, Call of C’thulu) and published by Focus Home Entertainment. Those of you who know me will know I adore White Wolf Studio’s Vampire The Masquerade, possibly beyond what you could call healthy levels. However this time round instead of the MMO Vampire the Masquerade, or Bloodlines 2 we were all expecting (read: hoping […]

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The Sweetest Condition: We Defy Oblivion

 

 It has been a little over a year since I was first introduced to music of The Sweetest Condition. Even now, after hearing “Edge Of The World” several dozen times, I am still taken aback by the shear effulgence of the album and the absolute brilliance of the duo that created it. I could fill several manuscripts explaining why I think Jason is one of the best musicians I have ever met -his command and skill with instruments is practically orgasmic. I could fill volumes describing in lurid detail why I think Leslie is among the best lyricists alive today; and why she is a phenomenal singer. I could drain a thousand inkwells enlightening the universe as to why every song released […]

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Time Commanders

Anyone that knows me is aware that I am a fanatical study of military history. Granted, I enjoy history in general, but there is something captivating about military history. I do not think that there is a subject on Earth that has shaped the course of humanity like that of military history.   Case in point: if it were not for the Norman invasion of Anglo-Saxon England in 1066, England/English would not be what it is; the UK would not have been formed; the British Empire would not have happened and English would not be the most used language on Earth. Additionally, the USA, Canada, South Africa, Australia, India and numerous other nations would either not exist or would probably […]

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Enemy of Rome.

We recently spoke to French-Canadian, Sylvano Harvey about his recent project, Enemy of Rome. Enemy of Rome. Now that’s a concept we can get behind. How did it all begin? I can try to make it short, but it might be hard (laughing), how it started… well as a actor here in Quebec, I can say that we do not have any productions of this type, it is very rare that we can have the chance of playing something like this, even harder when you are not a « known actor » Then, there is the other fact, when we have big American productions, like 300 and Immortal etc. they look always for tall and very built people, 6’ and […]

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Stranger Things

 

 Recently, for those of you that pay attention, I have had quite a few issues with anything coming out of the USA/Hollywood. (They’ve been making crap.) But as of last week they have redeemed themselves to no end. So much so, that I have re-watched this work of genius three times already. And I can tell you this: I’m going to watch Stranger Things several dozen times again. Well, at least until Season 2 comes out and helps me with my addiction. Right, so where do we start with this amazing series? Well, for one, it is one of the best Netflix owned web-series ever made. It was written and directed by the amazing Duffer Brothers. (They are veteran horror […]

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Supernatural Con (5 March 2016)

The time is fast approaching for Supernatural Con, 2016. (Last year was fantastic. This year shall be all that and more). Last year was the first ever Supernatural Con ever held in S.A. Last year’s con focused primarily on the TV series, Supernatural. This year we shall continue our love for this amazing show, as well as expanding our love/con for more supernatural related shows: X-Files, Ash VS Evil Dead, American Horror Story, and so many more… This year we have a new vendors and fun events occurring. We have a number of amazing vendors and stalls selling their wears on the day. After party. Yes, that’s right, we shall be indulging in a little dancing and karaoke. (No alcohol […]

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The BFG is being given the touch of movie magic it deserves and we’ve just received the first glimpse

The BFG is an acronym that rings a bell of recognition in the back of most of our minds. If you were a literary geek in school you probably read, and fell in love, with this Roald Dahl classic tale of escape and heroism. And if you were a gamer in the 1990’s you are likely to link the BFG with the game Doom, where it represented a “Bio Force Gun” or “Big, Uh, Freakin’ Gun”, but this is a discussion for a completely different article (and one we should have, because you know, Doom!). When rumours started about the Big Friendly Giant being adapted to film, I’m not shy to admit that I was more than a little bit […]

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Chipmunks went ‘Full Goth’.

A few days ago a friend of mine shared a peculiar song to my Facebook wall. It was something odd. Something interesting. And upon a little Google researching it become something mind blowing! For you see, ladies and gentlemen, a chap named Brian Borcherdt has taken the music from some older Alvin And The Chipmunks recordings, slowed them down to a crawl and unleashed them on an unsuspecting world. It’s amazing. Brilliant, in fact. To be honest, it sounds like a half-dead Goth is mumbling lifeless pop hits into the void of oblivion.  I’m simply in awe of this unique and interesting musical experience. Hell, I’d even buy an album if it came out.

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