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Netflix’s Castlevania | Faithful Video Game Adaptations

Did you know that the Belmonts have been fighting monsters for generations and have been excommunicated by the church?

The Red Pill Documentary

Cassie Jaye’s “The Red Pill” Documentary | Down the Rabbit Hole

Cassie Jaye’s “The Red Pill” documentary was nothing short of upsetting, but not the least bit surprising.

Zoe Quinn vs Minecraft Creator, Notch: The Last Night and GamerGate

Faces in the game industry can be branded as ‘heretics’ if they don’t step in line with the feminist ideological mafia. However, the independent creator of Minecraft, Markus “Notch” Persson, isn’t being pushed around so easily.

Theaters Suck: Horrible Movie Theater Experiences

Join your hosts LaughingMan, CineMax, Kenny Farino and STAR in this humble video podcast as they describe their own personal cinematic experiences, recall their hilarious movie theater horror stories, lambast concession price gouging, and discuss what…

Gojira (1954) Review

When you hear the name Godzilla, what do you usually think of? Men in rubber suits, monsters beating the crap out of each other, and badly-dubbed humans delivering forced, awkward dialogue. With exactly twenty eight Godzilla…

The Three Stooges Movie Review

Does LaughingMan, an avid Three Stooges fan, think that the 2012 film delivers on the nyucks, or is it a painful poke in the eye? The Three Stooges, one of the most timeless American comedy acts,…

Fallout: New Vegas Review

Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition was released on February 7, 2012, mainly flying under my radar until I was curious enough to see if there was a Game of the Year Edition for it when I was…

Two Steps From Hell: Archangel Review

Two Steps From Hell’s second album, Archangel, is slightly under par with their first album, Invincible, but it’s still some of the best music on the market. Before I even get started, let me express this…

ABC’s The River: First Impression Review

Sorely lacking in any shred of realism that makes “lost footage” horror films compelling, ABC’s new “Paranormal Activity”-inspired series “The River” runs dry. Horror. It’s relative, as evidenced by ABC’s new horror series, “The River”, created,…