Review: You Don’t Say

Review: You Don’t Say
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With You Don’t Say, Powell tells 17 different stories that mostly involve being a young, carless adolescent. … read more

Review: Judge Dredd Classics: The Dark Judges

Review: Judge Dredd Classics: The Dark Judges
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We can all agree that the 1995 Sylvester Stallone, Rob Schneider Academy Award–winning masterpiece Judge Dredd is one of the greatest achievements in the history of cinema. … read more

Review: The Knick

Review: The Knick
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While working at The Knick, Thackery pushes the boundaries of medicine, morality and race relations all while also trying to solve a plethora of 1900s medical problems as well as trying to hide and balance a cocaine addiction. … read more

Review: The Water Diviner

Review: The Water Diviner
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  The Water Diviner (Blu-ray) Director: Russell Crowe Warner Bros. Street: 07.28 Gone are the days where I could watch the news and hear about how Russell Crowe pummeled a

Review: Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess

Review: Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess
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I’m completely new to the Deception video games series, and I wish I wasn’t. Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess is a smart, original and, above all else, fun game. Let’s go back though to where it all started with 1996’s Tecmo’s Deception. It debuted on the PlayStation 1 and, unlike later titles in the series, was a first-person game that made references to—GASP—Satanism! … read more

Utah Arts Festival: Fear No Film 2015 – Short Film

Utah Arts Festival: Fear No Film 2015 – Short Film
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The 13th annual Fear No Film Festival is currently underway at the Utah Arts Festival representing filmmakers from Utah and around the world. Fear No Film is a awesome festival bringing to Utah quality short films that most people would never be able to see. … read more

E3 2015: The Nature of the Beast – Day One

E3 2015: The Nature of the Beast – Day One
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E3 2015 is currently underway in sunny California and I’m extremely excited to attend this one-in-a-lifetime opportunity (for me, anyways). I’m no slouch to video games—I’ve been playing since the Atari days—I’m just not as up to snuff as everybody else here seems to be, which kind of made me feel like a filthy casual. … read more

E3 2015: This Is The End – Day Three

E3 2015: This Is The End – Day Three
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Today was the last day at E3 and I think I finally saw almost everything that they had to offer. I bring home with me fond memories of frantically trying to collect the pins and stickers that Nintendo was handing out, getting hammered on beer with the good folks at Gamechurch, getting treated to a great lunch in the press room, watching live feeds of IGN and Attack Of The Show, and, of course, getting to play all the new video games before you! … read more

E3 2015: Jesus Is My Co-Op Buddy – Day Two

E3 2015: Jesus Is My Co-Op Buddy – Day Two
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It’s the second to last day here at E3 and I think that this will go down as one of the best times I’ve had in recent memory. I got to mingle with celebrities, play some of the hottest games, have ridiculous photos taken with models that flirted with me for my obvious good looks and definitely not because they were paid to, be a rock star in front of an adoring crowd with the new Guitar Hero game and, to top it all off, I was given free beer by the last people I would expect to be handing out beer. … read more