Jen and Max pick apart Doctor Who’s penultimate episode for Series 7; Neil Gaiman’s ‘Nightmare In Silver’
We all have relationships we would like to forget, past partners we wish would drop off the face of the earth and for Nakano, that had finally happened.
Jen and Max review “Journey to the Center of the TARDIS” and “The Crimson Horror” just in time for this week’s “Doctor Who”!!
I pop the disc in and a large update is immediately required. I have heard that this update touched up the graphics a bit, fixed a slew of bugs, and made the AI more aggressive. I begin playing on Ultimate Badass difficulty. My first impression is that the graphics are akin to a first generation title (meaning it looks like it’s about 6 years old), but that they aren’t terrible. The first chunk of the game is actually very compelling, giving a good atmosphere that caught me with a couple of well-timed jump scares.
I’ll open a nice bottle of Chianti and wait for the inevitable
Joyce screamed as the monster-dog sank its teeth into Ted’s throat and began shaking him back and forth, as if he were nothing but a toy. Ted’s eyes widened with fear and pain,but although his mouth gaped wide, no sound emerged. An instant later Joyce understood why, as thick blood geysered upward. It ran down the sides of Ted’s mouth and turned his white hair crimson before soaking into the ground beneath.
With Breaking Bad winding down, it’s lucky that creator Ray McKinnon is filling the void with a brand spanking new series.
Jen and Max are back to give their brand of revolting review and revelry for last week’s episode of “Doctor Who”, the spooky ghost story ‘Hide”! Things are starting to get interesting!
Tonight I embark upon a quest to play a game that critics have panned as, “an awful game” by Kotaku, “unfinished” by IGN, and “get away from this bitch” by Destructoid.
Sometimes you just get knocked over flat by something totally adorable on your facebook feed. Or maybe that just happens to Jenisaur. Either way…here’s why Squishables make Jen fall over all the time.
Jen and Max provide their own brand of refresher on last week’s episode of “Doctor Who”, with enough time for you to go back and re-watch before Saturday! This week they’re chock full of new theories about who Clara could be.
Sometimes you don’t know you needed a book until it comes across your desk for review, and then your life becomes complete and angels sing for you. That’s what happened to Jenisaur with “Swissted”.
Mirror Mirror on The Wall, who subverts all the tropes with awe? Max reviews and discusses the movie Mirror Mirror now out on DVD and Bluray.
This week Jen and Max review the newest episode of “Doctor Who”, admittedly a little late but no less enthusiastic. They probably need to get out more.
It wasn’t until Cosmopolis that I really appreciated who Robert Patterson seems to be. Considered “beautiful” by many young woman and paid out the ass for his Twilight films, he has been propelled to the top of the world extremely fast at such a young age. This creates a sense of isolation among his peers that distances him and his emotions and this is the perfect reason he was the perfect choice for Cosmopolis.
The Doctor is back! And in more ways than one!
When John Abramowitz reached out to us to review his book Identity Theft, I was vaguely hesitant. A series about a young arcane defense attorney who takes supernatural clients? Paging Wolfram & Hart!
I started the first book in the series so I could be properly acquainted with the universe Hunter Gamble lives in and I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it.
Like Oz’s balloon this movie has lofty goals, but crash lands far short of reaching them.
Deadrabbit is asking for some anime recommendations for her next Sucks to be a N00b project. Which are your favs?
I just got around to watching Argo. Although terribly inaccurate Argo is a tense, oh-my-god-I-feel-nervous thriller. Ben Affleck is well on his way to becoming a great director (so far). He is similar to Clint Eastwood, although Eastwood is a good actor and a good director, Affleck is a meh actor and a great director. I suppose it all balances out.
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, starring Steve Carell, Steve Buscemi, Jim Carrey, and Olivia Wilde, may not be comedy gold…. or even comedy silver, but hell, it’s at least a strong comedy bronze. Is that a thing?
Please excuse me for a moment while I rant about why TBS’ “King of the Nerds” did everything wrong and how I would do it differently.
Game of Thrones gets social. New facebook game is a gory good time, but how will you fight for your house and gods?
“Seduction of the Innocent”, a new crime tale by Max Allan Collins (“Road to Perdition”), reads like the best of classic pulp fiction, but Collins grounds his fiction in the reality of the 1950s witch-hunt against the comic book industry for corrupting America’s youth. Now that the question of where Americans get their violent ideas is once again on everyone’s mind, Collins’ work of fiction is more social commentary than it may have intended.
George Mann edits this collection of new stories of Sherlock from sci-fi to steampunk