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Who Needs Who Needs Who? Guardians Telltale Episode 4 Doubles Down On Plot

The awkward and frustrating journey of playing the Telltale Guardians of the Galaxy episodic game series has made fluctuations between ham-handed action sequences and overly complicated puzzle elements all along. This latest episode, Who Needs You, makes another sudden swerve —… Continue Reading →

Beyond the Red Door: It Comes at Night

After seeing the teaser trailer for It Comes at Night, I had a bet going with my fiance. I thought that it would be a Zombie movie. She was leaning more toward psycho/isolationist killer. We both agreed that it would… Continue Reading →

Who Is Negan?

There can’t be a war without any casualties and one of the best villains of The Walking Dead Universe who provides plenty of those is Negan. But, who is this character, really?

The Indie Film Series: (Screenwriting) Save the Cat! Part 1

In the introduction to my indie film article series posted a few weeks ago, I mentioned using the Indie Film Academy podcast as a reference point for my articles. Despite that claim, I am venturing off script to start the… Continue Reading →

Zombie With a Shotgun: A Kickstarter With a Unique Hook

Many Zombie films share the same tropes, where the remaining humans fight to survive against the hordes of the undead and, at times, themselves. Zombie with a Shotgun takes an interesting approach, putting the Zombie as the protagonist, fighting against… Continue Reading →

Wrapping up Season 6 of The Walking Dead

Can we finally exhale, already? After watching the season finale of The Walking Dead, the adrenaline is still flowing!

The Americans: Heating up the Cold War

Out of the numerous TV shows I watch every year, the one I most often recommend to others and which tops my list for the greatest show on television, now, is FX’s The Americans. To anyone unfamiliar, The Americans takes… Continue Reading →

Recapping the Unique Themes from FX’s Fargo

Outside of Netflix, Amazon Prime, and other instant-watch services, the traditional airing of televised shows tends to fit neatly into seasonal slots throughout the year. For narrative TV shows, the networks typically adhere to the following release schedule: Premiering early spring shows, late… Continue Reading →

Fear the Walking Dead: The Dog

The neighbors are restless.

Video Game Storytelling

Per Matt Video games, much like blockbuster movies and best-selling novels are crafted with extremely tight deadlines and trying circumstances, but that doesn’t mean their storylines should receive the short end of the stick, when it comes to the development… Continue Reading →

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