Look. It's a summer flick that came out in spring. There's the Rock making jokes about his muscle, a giant monkey, a giant flying wolf, and a giant crocodile. I hope I don't need a spoiler warning for this one. What could I possibly spoil? Not only has it been *insert number of months/weeks/days since … Continue reading Quick Review: Rampage
a Quick Review of Avengers: The Infinity War.
It's funny. There was a thought that I chewed over about a week before seeing Blade Runner 2049 (henceforth, Blade Runner 2). I was sitting on the toilet and wondered—with enough self-awareness that I may seem like I had a bit of the stinky grass— "Does your life end when there are no memories left or does it … Continue reading Thoughts on Blade Runner 2049
Frayed: Review of Star Wars Episode 7 by A. S. Aramiru
So, as I mentioned in my last article, Video Game the Storyteller: How Metal Gear Solid 4 is the Perfect Example of the Best and Worst of Video Game Storytelling, that was written months before I had the chance to experience The Walking Dead by Telltale Games. That game definitely deserves a quick mention as it … Continue reading Video Game the Storyteller: The Walking Dead by Telltale Games (and why it’s the best The Walking Dead experience)
This is a series I thought of writing a while ago--discussing different storytelling mediums (initially focusing on the very new medium, video games). Nothing really happened with it but I thought it might be nice to share it here (the featured image is the podcast/blog my friends and I were working on that's currently in … Continue reading INTERLUDE: Video Game the Storyteller: How Metal Gear Solid 4 is the Perfect Example of the Best and Worst of Video Game Storytelling