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Luigi’s Kind Of Floaty

Special guest and old friend Mike Fullam comes on to chat about a brand new podcast he and his best friend Jon started. Besides discussing J&M:Something Nothing Show, we get into Mike’s Nintendo obsession, Sir Jon tells us about The Five Points Festival in Brooklyn, we review a few recent films including Solo and even get into podcast Read More

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THE PINT AT TOTAL CON 32 – WRAP UP

    HI EVERYBODY!!!! (You will get that reference in a moment, I promise you) It’s Lou, taking a break from my normally scheduled duties to put together a wrap up of our time at Total Con 32 in Marlborough, Massachusetts (www.totalcon.com). There will be an upcoming Podcast which will feature some great audio from Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – MARCH 2018 NEW RELEASES

  Here we are yet again, the end of another month, and I am looking forward to what will be hitting store shelves in the month of March. This isn’t a huge month in the way of big releases, but for me the highlight is a certain Pirate themed game from the house of Goldeneye Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – LAYITH THE SMACKITH DOWN

  Aaaaaaaaaaand we’re back jabronies, for this article I’m gonna break kayfabe, and shoot straight with you all for a minute to discuss a new entrant into the party game scene, “Royal Rumble” (please don’t sue me Vince). That game….. Hailing from Durham, CT , at 7.5 inches long, and weighing in at 2.5 lbs….. Read More

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G.I. Gary Reviews – 1982 & 1983 G.I. Joe Scarlett

In 1982 Hasbro re-launched G.I. Joe with the new branding “A Real American Hero.” With 13 heroes, two Cobra enemies, and a mail-away Cobra Commander, Hasbro made a calculated decision to minimize their initial risk.  Re-using sculpts, averaging paint applications, and choosing what characters they thought would resonate most with their target audience, 7 to Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – THE SEA OF THIEVES BETA

  Rare is one of the most recognized developers in all of gaming, having been around since the 80’s, their catalog reads like a greatest hits album. Games such as Battletoads, Donkey Kong Country, Banjo Kazooie, Donkey Kong 64, RC Pro AM, Wizards and Warriors, Perfect Dark, and of course Golden Eye (still the best Read More

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An Arguing With Myself Review: The Cloverfield Paradox

A crew of scientists aboard the Cloverfield Space Station test the Shepard particle accelerator to solve an energy crisis, while the earth below is on the brink of war. The crew consists of Hamilton (Gigi Mbatha-Raw), a British scientist working on the Shepard; Schmidt (Daniel Brühl), a German scientist working on the Shepard; Tam (Ziyi Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – FEBRUARY 2018 VIDEO GAME RELEASES

  Below is a small sampling of February’s upcoming video game releases, leading the charge are 2 HD remakes, a new entry into a long running franchise, and a Kickstarter project come good. February 6 – Shadow of The Colossus (PS4) – Team Ico’s masterpiece gets it’s 2nd HD remake (it was previously re-released on Read More

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A Ganache On The Street Report: The Devil’s Well Premeire

On Friday night January 19th, The Pint headed to the southerly Connecticut city of Norwalk to attend a film premiere. Sir Jon was unable to attend, although as opposed to his absence from one of the CT Cult Classics showings that I wrote about, this had less to do with bad tacos and more to Read More

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An Arguing With Myself Review: The Disaster Artist

‘The Disaster Artist’, based on the book of the same name, chronicles Greg Sestero’s unique friendship with the cryptic, Tommy Wiseau. The film follows the two aspiring actors in their attempts at making it in Hollywood. From the struggles in finding acting roles to creating their own opportunity with the making of The Room: “The Read More

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Mansters’ Journey Into the World of Comics (Part 1)

Hi Pint-o-holics, Lloyd Green here. You may also know me as “Manster”, as Johnny Ganache likes to call me.  As nicknames go, I like it. And the shot of Malort I drank to earn that name, well, I liked that too. So much so that before the night was over I was swigging it straight Read More

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