As we draw near to nearly five full month since the release of the latest expansion to Final Fantasy XIV, I finally feel like I have both the time and enough experience to write this. OK, I had enough of both before, but I was having too much fun playing the game! Let me give […]Read more "Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood"
After many delays, many clashes with Execs of the show and CBS and the departure of Bryan Fuller, we finally have the release of a very eagerly awaited TV show. Following the release of two highly rated movies, and one not so highly rated, we have Vulcans and Klingons back on the small screen. It […]Read more "We Review -Star Trek Discovery ; To boldly go where others have been before"
First off, what the hell were they thinking with this name! Typical high fantasy show! So yes, this show falls into the genre of high fantasy. The introduction to the show is fast paced and confusing, but only because you don’t know who is who and why they are fighting. It is clear that there […]Read more "We Review: Anime – WorldEnd: What do you do at the end of the world? Are you busy? Will you save us?"
As a long time fan of the series, and a big fan of a Prometheus, needless to say I had high hopes for Covenant. We remained with Ridley Scott for his third entry into a fantastic series he created all the way back in 1979. Originally a Sci-Fi horror, each Alien movie that has been […]Read more "We Review: Alien – Covenant"
Before it was released on the 28th of April 2017, Dear White People was already making waves. In February, Netflix released a trailer for the show and it was not meet with the intended anticipation. In fact, people started to drop their subscriptions out of protest! According to imdb, Dear White People takes place “At […]Read more "We Review: Dear White People"
Clockwork Planet (Episode 1) Everything must die. Time is a cruel, yet predictable force. Always moving forward, never repeating. It doesn’t matter what you are, Human, dog, rock or even planet, time marches mercilessly on. In the future our planet will die, it will become just a distant memory of the past. In the future, […]Read more "Anime Review: Clockwork Planet & Kado: The Right Answer"
The answer to the question, “Are we alone in the universe?”, is answered in the fictional drama, Arrivals. After tragedy hits, Louise Banks (Played by the immensely talented Amy Adams) is recruited by the Army for her Linguistic knowledge. Having worked with the Army in the past, Colonel Weber (Played by Forest Whitaker) and heading […]Read more "Review: Arrival"