PAX EAST 2020: Explore the Vast Ocean in 'Beyond Blue'

Beyond Blue mixes real life oceanography with the vast world of video games. We’ve all wanted to explore the ocean at some point in our lives. Now we have the opportunity to do so in the comfort of our own home! Developed by E-Line Media, Beyond Blue sends you on a deep dive into the ocean through the main character, Mirai, where you follow her research team and gather data on marine life. Beyond Blue comes from the same studio that developed Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna), E-Line’s BAFTA awar

Those Who Remain Demo - PAX EAST 2020 – But Why Tho?

If you’ve ever ran down the hallway after turning the lights off, then you need to keep Those Who Remain on your radar. Published by Wired Productions and developed by brothers Ricardo and Bruno Cesteiro, Those Who Remain is a psychological horror that will make you keep your lights on when you go to bed. Set in a small town called Dormont, you play as Edward, a disgruntled man with a strange past, and make your way through creepy circumstances. There’s a lot of mystery surrounding Dormont and

Bonfire Peaks PAX East - Demo Review – But Why Tho?

There’s something cathartic about solving puzzles. I tend to gravitate towards puzzle games because I like the euphoria that happens when I figure out the pattern. I live for the high, baby. That’s one of the reasons I wanted to test out Bonfire Peaks at PAX East. Corey Martin’s Bonfire Peaks offers that satisfaction of solving unique puzzles but with a perspective of letting things go in the process.

The Dutiful Wife: Hermia Easterbrook in 'The Pale Horse'

There’s an air of quiet indignation around Hermia Easterbrook in Amazon’s The Pale Horse. She paints herself as the perfect housewife. Her hair and makeup are always done with precision and accuracy. Food is ready and waiting when her husband, Mark Easterbrook (Rufus Sewell) comes home from work. She keeps up her appearance well by using exercise equipment like the belt vibrator. Hermia prides herself on being the best wife. She loves her husband. But she knows he does not love her back. Hermia

NYCC 2019: Full Frontal'$ Totally Unrigged Primary Interview

WARNING. This article contains several mentions of the “p” word. That’s right: politics. Full Frontal’$ Totally Unrigged Primary is a mobile game based on American politics and the primaries for the 2020 Presidential Election. There will be lots of political words like “primaries”, “voting”, “Republican”, “Democrat”, and “jazz”. If those scare you, then skip this article! Save yourself! Maybe read this one instead. Or this one. Samantha Bee stopped by New York Comic Con earlier this month to di

NYCC 2019: Interview with the Cast of Hulu's Castle Rock

The cast of Hulu’s Castle Rock came to New York Comic Con earlier this month to give us a somewhat mysterious look at what we can expect for season two. Of course, answers were vague but season two of Castle Rock is all about loyalty. Whose side are you on? Dustin Thomason, the co-creator and executive producer of the series, confirmed that this season will take place during the same timeline of season one. It’s an interesting angle considering Annie Wilkes from Misery (Lizzy Caplan) and the Me

NYCC 2019: Interview with the Cast of ABC's Emergence

The cast of ABC’s Emergence came to New York Comic Con on Thursday and talked about what we could expect from this new show. Emergence premiered on September 24 with its pilot episode. A young girl is found at the scene of a plane crash with no memory of who she is and strange powers that she cannot explain. The young girl (Alexa Swinton) is taken in by police chief Jo Evans (Allison Tolman) and the rest of her family. Evans starts to investigate the crash and soon realizes that things are not

INTERVIEW: 'The Lion King' with Shahadi Wright Joseph and JD McCrary

It may seem like The Lion King’s JD McCrary and Shahadi Wright Joseph are rising stars in Hollywood, but they’ve been in the acting game for a while. With the spotlight on legends like Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Donald Glover, it’s hard not to ask McCrary (Young Simba) and Joseph (Young Nala) about their collaboration with these icons. It’s an all-star cast but most of them did not record together when they were working on the film, something common among voice acting.

Why I've Always Loved 'Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace'

20 years ago today, Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace came to theaters all over the country. For some, it was a chance to reignite a passion that had been on hiatus since Return of the Jedi was released in 1983. But The Phantom Menace was also a generation’s first introduction into the Star Wars universe. I was among that generation. Marketing for The Phantom Menace, among other memorable commercials and toys, included the original Star Wars trilogy being re-released in movie theaters.

RECAP: 'I Am the Night,' Finale - Queen's Gambit, Accepted –

It’s the final episode of the series and that means high stakes! This chess game is at its end and the pawns are making their last, desperate move. In the last episode, Jay’s attempt at finally catching Dr. George Hodel is thwarted by his own editor and the LAPD arresting him. Fauna returns to Big Mamma’s house and calls Jimmie Lee to say she’s still her mother. It’s a heart-warming moment that’s ruined by George Hodel when he goes after Jimmie Lee and stabs her. He’s the worst. Jay is in jail

RECAP: 'I Am the Night,' Episode 5 - Aloha –

It’s the second-to-last episode and things are finally building up to the story’s climax. No one can be trusted. We see just how much power Dr. George Hodel truly has over Fauna and Jay. They are not safe. Just when all of the pieces of the puzzle are put together, George Hodel ruins everything. This is the first episode that George Hodel has a lot of screen time on. Like a true predator, he’s been hanging around in the dark, waiting for his opportune moment to strike. He was setting up Jay and
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