Review: Twister Chasers

Review: Twister Chasers
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Twister Chasers Mpi Home Video Street: 06.26 Remember that movie Twister? Sucks to be you, doesn’t it? Anyways, Twister Chasers is a documentary about some real live tornado chasers doing

Review: S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl

Review: S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl
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S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl GSC Game World/THQ PC Street 03.20 Before you read the rest of this review I have a confession to make; I love S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Indeed, the first

Review: Dead Rising

Review: Dead Rising
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Dead Rising Capcom Reviewed On: Xbox 360 Street: 08.06 Dead Rising takes a very simple and enjoyable activity (killing the undead) and takes it to the outer limits of acceptability.

Review: Cube

Review: Cube
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Cube Metia Interactive Reviewed On: PSP Street: 04.30 It’s going to be hard for me to review Cube, the new portable puzzle plaything from Metia Interactive without mentioning Mercury Meltdown,

Trent Call

Trent Call
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Trent Call’s work looks like something we might see if we put an entire metropolis under a microscope and start taking pictures. Urban texts, unforgettable faces, social debris and a

Review: Attack Force

Review: Attack Force
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Attack Force Michael Keusch Sony Home Entertainment Street: 12.06.06 I’m not sure where to begin describing a movie this crappy. I suppose we should begin with the title; Attack Force.

Localized: The Reaper

Localized: The Reaper
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This month’s Localized will feature The Reaper, The Mugshots and opening act Lavish on Friday, Jan. 12 at the Urban Lounge. It’s a show that shouldn’t be missed. The Reaper

Localized: The Mugshots

Localized: The Mugshots
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This month’s Localized will feature The Reaper, The Mugshots and opening act Lavish on Friday, Jan. 12 at the Urban Lounge. It’s a show that shouldn’t be missed. The Mugshots

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Local Reviews: Gene Swift Band

Local Reviews: Gene Swift Band
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When I first plugged this disk into my deck just outside of SLUG HQ I was really stoked. “Way Back Home,” the opening track, was crying out for me to roll down the window and jam down 300 West with a grin on my face and an arm out the window.  … read more