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What is Halo: Outpost Discovery?

Part fan event, part touring experience, part amusement parkĀ and part video game convention, Halo: Outpost Discovery looks to offer a new type of event for fans of the science-fiction franchise.

Lego My Sequel!

No, seriously. Get your hands off my sequel. I need to hug it again, and thank it for making me and about 200 others in the screening feel great, if just for an hour and a half or so. The… Continue Reading →

Troubled Timing: The Only Problem With Lego Movie 2

Per Matt There really isn’t much to complain about The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. It’s a great movie that’s got heart, a good storyline, many fun voice actors and plenty of laughs. But it’s the last element that’s… Continue Reading →

Reign of the Supermen

The most recent DC animated movie features excellent animation, well-choreographed super fights and amazing action. Its solid story does a fine job of juggling the four Supermen — Steel, Superboy, Cyborg Superman and The Eradicator — who would fight to… Continue Reading →

Bumblebee: Too Much, Too Late?

It only took a little more than a decade to get a Transformers film for true fans and wider audiences, alike. The new film, Bumblebee, is a joy from start to finish, but is it too late to pile on… Continue Reading →

Sorry, Haters. Into the Spider-verse Doesn’t Suck. At All.

Drive around the block and find something else to crap on, neck-beard cynics and unappeasable uber-nerds. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse isn’t your newest victim. I mean, I’m sure it will be, anyway, but the civilized world knows it’s… amazing.

D.Va’s Shooting Star Crashes and Burns

Shooting Star is the latest Overwatch animated short. It’s also the worst.

We Happy Few Offers a New Level of Creepiness

Let’s face it: Life is stressful. Each day, most of us wake up, get dressed and head out to face the world. We either go to a job and work eight or more hours to make ends meet, or we… Continue Reading →

Puppets and People Tell a Mean Story in The Happytime Murders

Per Matt Not quite a mop; not quite a Muppet, these ain’t your father’s puppets. The Happytime Murders features a world where puppets cohabitate with humans. It’s sort of similar to Who Framed Roger Rabbit, but less groundbreaking. And so… Continue Reading →

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