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interactive entertainment

Bandersnatch: Is It Worth a Dive Down the Netflix Rabbit Hole?

Bandersnatch, the new interactive Black Mirror special on Netflix, is a clever and trippy take of a choose your own adventure movie.

Haunted Live Proves That Real-Time TV Can Be Difficult

When it comes to paranormal television shows, I want to believe… but I’m still skeptical. Usually, I’m in it for the haunted history and entertainment value, but I take it with a grain of salt. So, when the Travel Channel… Continue Reading →

Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series – Who is This team?

Grab your Walkman and mixtape. Strap on your rocket boots. And bring a blatant disregard for authority on your way to save the universe. Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket, Drax and Groot are back, and this time you can control them.

NECAT Network’s “The Art of Special Effects” at TPAC 2017

As the “Artist in Residence” at NECAT Network, I am proud to have worked with Trish Crist and Katie Veglio at Nashville Education, Community, and Arts Television, in partnership with the Tennessee Performing Arts Center to bring you “The Art… Continue Reading →

Telltale Games Takes The Walking Dead Into A New Frontier

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier is a video game series based on Robert Kirkman’s comic book series of the same name. Telltale Games, which has made a name for itself in the episodic interactive drama graphic-adventure genre, developed and… Continue Reading →

Batman — Telltale Episode 2: Consequences and Characters

I had five seconds to make a choice, a life-or-death decision, one that would affect a friend and myself for eternity. The purple bar shortened, indicating the time left. I pressed the button quickly, damning that character to a tortuous… Continue Reading →

Previewing The Frontstretch Fest

Per Matt In its inaugural year, the Frontstretch Fest brings beer, bourbon, bites and horse racing to Tennessee and North Carolina in hopes of creating a new Southern tradition.

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