The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Nicolas Cage has portrayed a wide array of characters over his illustrious career. He’s played the teenage heartthrob in Valley Girl, an incompetent bank robber in Raising Arizona, an FBI chemical warfare expert in The Rock, and a convict trying to get home to his wife and daughter in Con Air. In what might very […]

Everything Everywhere All At Once Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor It’s so hard to pin down a movie like Everything Everywhere All At Once. Being one of those movies that are hard to describe and oversell at the same time, it manages to draw from so many different influences but still feels completely unique. Filmmakers Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (collectively known as Daniels) have […]

Fighting Armor Deadpool Review

By Jason T. SmithCreative Editor Fighting Armor Deadpool. Those three words alone are enough to get me to buy an action figure without even seeing it. It just sounds so badass, especially if you’re a Deadpool fan. Thanks to the good folks over at Bluefin/Bandai, I did see it and touch it. They were kind enough to grace us with […]

Action Figure Review: Sgt. Slaughter

By Nolan P Smith Editor One of my favorite characters to come out of the G.I. Joe universe is the man himself, Sgt Slaughter. Not to mention, he is one of the most remarkable characters to hit the squared circle of professional wrestling. Thanks to new company Valvaverse and their new Action Force line, the legend lives on as Sgt […]

Moon Knight Episode 1 Review

By Nolan P Smith Editor If you ask me who my favorite superheroes are, Moon Knight is always on the list. I have been a fan of the character since I was a kid, so to see this series become a reality has blown me away. But, in my opinion, Disney doesn’t always hit a home run with their series, […]

WWE 2K22 Review

By Nolan P. Smith Editor I am a huge fan of professional wrestling games: from No Mercy and Wrestle Fest to the Smackdown series and more, I have been a fan of all, even if some of the games weren’t the best. With WWE 2K22, 2K takes the squared circle to new heights, with new modes, a robust roster, and […]

Video Game Review: 35MM

By Nolan P. Smith  Editor I love indie games, so I was excited to dive into the world of 35MM from Sometimes You. Atmospheric, brooding, and mysterious, this little game will pull you in before you know it.  So what is it about? 35MM is a post-apocalyptic slow burn adventure that takes you and your friend through a land torn […]

Cyberpunk 2077 (PS5) Review

By Nolan P Smith Editor When Cyberpunk 2077 first launched on past gen consoles in 2020, it was met with an array of negativity. Glitches throughout the game made it almost unplayable. This was CD Projekt Red’s biggest launch since The Witcher and was highly anticipated, so it was a massive blow when the initial launch tanked. Gamers were beyond […]

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Originally a play in two parts, Harry Potter And The Cursed Child has been reimagined as an epic one-night event at The Curran Theater in beautiful San Francisco, California. As somebody who never experienced the full show, it’s hard to imagine what was cut because this felt like the complete package. Coming in at 3 […]

Rogue Sun #1 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon My initial thoughts after seeing the cover are that the costume looks like a cross between Iron Man, Batman, and The Human Torch, with a touch of The Mandalorian. At the very start, we see Rogue Sun beating the snot out of a hooded figure in the city of New Orleans. Rogue Sun sends the mystery figure flying into a building […]

Studio 666 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Before I get into it, I want to say a couple of things up front. The most important thing is that I absolutely adore the Foo Fighters. For those of you (somehow)  unfamiliar, let’s quickly get up to speed. With the tragic passing of Kurt Cobain, the band Nirvana was no more, and drummer Dave […]

Music Racer Ultimate Review

By Nolan P Smith Editor I had never heard of Music Racer Ultimate, but it looked and sounded like it was worth a try. I fired up the PS5 and jumped into the driver’s seat, but it wasn’t quite what I expected. It won’t be for everyone with less racer and more dynamic rhythm, but it doesn’t have to be.  […]

The Batman Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Directed by Matt Reeves, The Batman is a detective neo-noir story that plays by familiar rules. The film follows Batman as he tracks down a sadistic killer known as The Riddler. In typical fashion, he leaves riddles and clues around the crime scenes, and it’s up to Batman, with the help of police lieutenant Jim […]

LEGO Home Alone Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor It’s a Christmas classic, and now you can play out your favorite moments when you bring home the Home Alone set from LEGO. This 3,995 piece set is a joy to put together and will fill you with cheer as you assemble the iconic house where Kevin McCallister took down The Wet Bandits for the […]

Magic the Gathering #11 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon We open with the scene of the aftermath of a battle three months after it finished. The destruction scene is massive. We follow Chandra Nalaar, The Firebrand; she is a planeswalker not known for her excellent sense; as she explores what remains of The Battle of Amonkhet. As she explores the ruins and wanders about the great war machines, she hears the […]

Elex II Review

By Nolan P Smith Editor I recently got a PlayStation 5, so I have been looking for solid games to check out. Elex II has been on my radar, so I decided to jump in and give it a shot. ELEX II is the sequel to ELEX, the open-world role-playing experience from Piranha Bytes. Back to the war-torn sci-fi world […]

Uncharted Review

By Nolan P. Smith Editor  If you haven’t played one of the Uncharted games, you owe it to yourself. The game series by Naughty Dog for PlayStation are some of the best games I have played. The series has spawned a feature film starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg. Does Uncharted steal the audience’s attention, or is it a farce […]

LEGO Typewriter Review

By Kevin HoskinsonEntertainment Editor For those of a certain age, a manual typewriter will always be something special. It was a more efficient and neater way to capture your thoughts on paper and acted as the precursor to the modern computer keyboard. While I had some experiences with typewriters growing up, it was never an essential part of my life. […]

Jackass Forever Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor At this point in history, you should know what Jackass is and whether or not it’s for you. The irreverent comedy premiered on MTV in October 2000 and has spawned a successful series of spin-offs and feature films. It has been the subject of both controversy and pure shock as audiences worldwide have witnessed Johnny […]

Comic Book Review: Primos #1

By Nolan P SmithEditor A comic book comes along that sucks you right back into the game every once in a while. Granted- I’ve slowed down on the comic book world these last few months, but AWA Studios’ Primos pulled me back in, and I’m glad it did. From Al Madrigal, Felipe Flores, Carlo Barberi and Brian Reber, and Andworld […]

Scream (2022) Review

By Kevin Hoskinson  Entertainment Editor (Minor Spoilers Ahead. If you want to go in completely blind, watch it and then come back.) Scream is a franchise that won’t quit. It’s been over ten years since Scream 4, and with the passing of horror master Wes Craven, the series seemed to be dead. A couple years ago came word that the […]

Pastrami Nation X Project C28 Collab Review: Asteroids Recharged

By Noble Morris Check out the latest collab review from Pastrami Nation and Project C28! You can follow me on Facebook & Instagram at Facebook:https://m.facebook.com/Projectc28/ @PROJECTC28https://www.instagram.com/projectc28/ @ohhinoblehttps://www.instagram.com/ohhinoble/ PINTREST:https://www.pinterest.com/projectc28/ 💥ALSO BE SURE TO GIVE PASTRAMI NATION SOME LOVE ON THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE. THIS REVIEW WOULDNT HAVE BEEN POSSIBLE WITHOUT THEIR SUPPORT💥 Special thanks to my good friend for that awesome intro:https://www.instagram.com/createcultu…https://www.facebook.com/createcultur……..I […]

The Matrix Resurrections Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor “That’s the thing about stories. They never really end, do they? We’re still telling the same stories we’ve always told. Just with different names. Different faces.” It’s been nearly 20 years since we last visited the world of The Matrix. After the first film became a massive hit, it was hard to watch any media […]

Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Spider-Man: No Way Home is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. It’s the culmination of everything we have seen on the big screen involving our favorite wall-crawling hero. It doesn’t just stay within the confines of the MCU; it reaches all the way back to 2002 when Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man movie starring Tobey Maguire was released. It’s […]

Pastrami Nation X Project C28 Collab Review: KLANG 2

By Noble Morris Check out the latest Pastrami Nation X Project C28 Collab Review: KLANG 2!!! Social media for Pastrami Nation! https://www.facebook.com/pastramination/ https://instagram.com/pastramination?… You can follow Project C28 on Facebook & Instagram at Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/Projectc28/ @PROJECTC28 https://www.instagram.com/projectc28/ @ohhinoble https://www.instagram.com/ohhinoble/ PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/projectc28/ I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS OR COPYRIGHTS TO ANY OF THE TV SHOWS, GAMES, OR MOVIES I REACT […]

Tick, Tick… Boom! Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Andrew Garfield is in top form in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s directorial debut, Tick, Tick…Boom!. In the film, Garfield plays Broadway pioneer Johnathan Larson as he attempts to get his musical SUPERBIA off the ground and in front of an audience. Along the way, he struggles to maintain his confidence, friendships, and relationship with his girlfriend Susan […]