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Josh Gates Explores Lost History on Expedition Unknown

Urban legends, unsolved mysteries, ancient artifacts and missing evidence are all explored with archaeological glee in Expedition Unknown.

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 →

Telltale’s ‘Guardians’ Flight Suffers Some Drag

Console: check. Controller: check. Game: check. Slow-moving story: check. Clunky controls: check. Bizarre combination of stop-motion and robotic character movements: check. I really want, deep in my Guardians of the Galaxy loving soul, to like the Telltale Games approach to… Continue Reading →

Zelda, Take My Breath Away

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the most ambitious game ever released by Nintendo. The house of Mario rarely ever puts out a title that is less than stellar, but Breath of the Wild breaks the mold.

Westworld: One Theory Down, Many More to Go

This week’s episode of Westworld has flipped everything on its head. For anyone not caught up with HBO’s new and exciting sci-fi drama, this is the point where you should stop reading.

Help! I Was Held Hostage at Breakout Nashville and Loved Every Minute

Welcome to this edition of #hauntlife, ZIMB’s dark entertainment review. This is the place for anything related to haunting, escape rooms and B-movies.

Prison Break at The Escape Game Nashville

Welcome to D Block at Irongate Prison. You find yourself in the cell of former inmate Clarence Fenwick. And when I say former, I don’t mean he was allowed to leave, or even that he found his way out alive…. Continue Reading →

Transworld’s Halloween & Attractions Show Blew My Mind… Again!

From March 17th – 20th, the beautiful city of St Louis, MO, was the home for one of the most-anticipated annual events for most haunters. I call it many things: My vacation, my haunters holiday and my Christmas in March. But… Continue Reading →

Escape Rooms: The Next Big Thing in Haunting

Greetings followers. Jason Kittrell here, back again with this installment of #HauntLife. A new year always brings new things and in this episode, I plan on exploring the world of the escape room, or what I now see as the… Continue Reading →

Video Games Live Interview: Composer Austin Wintory

Per Matt After three long years of working on the score to Journey, when the video game was released in 2012, it instantly became the fastest-selling PlayStation game ever. Austin Wintory’s soundtrack also made the highest debut in video game… Continue Reading →

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