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Best of 2015: Movies

I really feel like we’re in a kind of golden age for television and film, particularly television. Sure there’s still plenty of crap that gets shoveled out for us to consume while we devour six-dollar popcorn, but many big-budget movies [...]

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REVIEW: Ant-Man

REVIEW: Ant-Man

Marvel has been all about the weirdness in the past year. Last summer saw Guardians of the Galaxy, a lesser known Marvel franchise careen to unexpected success after a very successful marketing campaign. Since the time between that and Ant-Man, audiences [...]

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E3 2015 Recap

E3 2015 Recap

Every year E3 comes along, bringing with it both the worst and the best things about the gaming industry. It showcases the medium’s creativity and innovation, but also the money-grubbing corporate side with wooden conferences planned by a committee to [...]

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REVIEW: Jurassic World

REVIEW: Jurassic World

You’d really think humans would learn not to genetically breed giant carnivorous lizards and then keep them in cages. If Jurassic Park taught us anything about humans, it’s that we never learn. I believe the reason the people in these movies [...]

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REVIEW: Avengers: Age of Ultron

REVIEW: Avengers: Age of Ultron

When I went to see the first Avengers movie three years ago, I was a senior in high school just a few short weeks from graduation. I had never seen Captain America or Thor, only the two Iron Man movies. Basically, [...]

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More Than Just Memes

More Than Just Memes

Every summer, a convention called RTX is held in Austin, Texas. It’s a kind of merger between gamer culture and internet culture, and last year’s event brought in around 30,000 attendees. This is especially amazing because the first RTX was [...]

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Competitive Gaming

Competitive Gaming

The medium of video games is one like no other. They can have production values and stories in the same way that movies and TV shows can, but they also are beginning to be played professionally. Players all over the [...]

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REVIEW: Hand of Fate

REVIEW: Hand of Fate

In a game industry where innovation seems to be getting less and less common, games that break the genre mold are attention-grabbing, and Hand of Fate is one such game. It achieves a unique blend of game mechanics from a [...]

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Non-Canon Couples and Korrasami

Non-Canon Couples and Korrasami

We’ve all done our share of shipping before. Even if you didn’t or don’t know what that even means you’ve definitely done. Rachel and Ross, J.D. and Elliot, Jim and Pam; most people watched Friends, Scrubs, and the Office wanting [...]

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