I have a particular fondness for what I call “Backpack games”. Small, inexpensive, and easily portable games that you can stuff in your backpack or pocket, which can be played pretty much anywhere. A bus, a library, a coffee shop, the top of a mountain, or in a tent. These types of games don’t Read MoreComments Off on GAMING POINT OF LOU – PAIRS, THE CARD GAME
“Gideon Falls” Image Comics Writer: Jeff Lemire Artist: Andrea Sorrentino Colors: Dave Stewart Jeff Lemire has reteamed with Andrea Sorrentino, and recruited Dave Stewart, to bring us “Gideon Falls,” a religous themed horror/thriller comic. If anything is implied in the name, its that there is a fight looming. The title reminds of the Prophet Gideon, Read MoreComments Off on Gideon Falls #1 – A G.I. Gary Advance Comic Review!
(Image Credit: Blizzard) I very rarely do an opinion piece, if for no other reason than they just start fights with anonymous keyboard warriors over the internet. And we all know how those turn out. But there is a phenomenon in today’s gaming environment that I need to talk about for a few minutes, and Read MoreComments Off on GAMING POINT OF LOU – LOOT BOXES
Patrick Rothfuss is one of the modern era’s finest authors, he has the ability to wield the English language with the same expertise that a surgeon wields a scalpel. While I highly recommend picking up his bestselling novels, Tak is a simple board game born out of his literary genius that is the subject Read MoreComments Off on GAMING POINT OF LOU – TAK, A BEAUTIFUL GAME
Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince (Gal Gadot), to face an even greater enemy. Together, they work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite Read MoreComments Off on An Arguing With Myself Review: Justice League
“Mother Russia” FUBAR Press Alterna Comics Art & Written by: Jeff McComsey ”The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” That statement in a nutshell describes the zombie themed World War II tale of Mother Russia. Taking place in Stalingrad in the winter of 1942/1943, the dead have essentially taken everyone out, except Svetlana Gorshkov, aka: “Mother Read MoreComments Off on G.I. Gary Reviews: Mother Russia
At the last Connecticut Cult Classics double feature event in late October, Cult head Larry Dwyer mixed up the festivities from what was proven to be the normal routine. Amongst the two feature films, vintage trailers and raffles a short film was announced as a sort of opening to the evening. As much as I enjoy Read MoreComments Off on Short Film Review: She Came From The Woods
After an outlaw, who goes by the name of Buddy (David Arquette), unknowingly leads a small tribe of cannibalistic cave dwellers into the peaceful western town of Bright Hope, the savages kidnap several settlers including Samantha (Lili Simmons), the wife of a local rancher, Arthur O’Dwyer (Patrick Wilson). Despite his injured leg, Arthur joins a Read MoreComments Off on An Arguing With Myself Review: Bone Tomahawk
1987 is a love it or leave it year for G.I. Joe. Many fans feel it left behind the military aspect for fantasy. One of the examples commonly pointed to is the Cobra character Raptor. Being that it’s Halloween, and this guy is in a bird costume, perfect time for a review! As a figure, Raptor comes Read MoreComments Off on G.I. Gary Classic Toy Review- 1987 Raptor, the Cobra that’s always in Halloween Costume!
A group of hitmen, led by Blake (Taran Killam), are fed up with Gunther, the world’s greatest hitman. They take it upon themselves to eliminate the competition by attempting the impossible: Killing Gunther. Through a series of encounters, the top assassin seems to always be one step ahead of them. He’s elusive. He’s a ghost. Mainly due Read MoreComments Off on An Arguing With Myself Review: Killing Gunther