The one with satire and “satire” and magic octopuses.
What’s the opposite of a fun, magical adventure where good ultimately triumphs over evil?
This is what happens when you won’t take risks in a risk-reward game.
It’s an indie movie with vaudeville, period costumes, theatre, and death.
This is partly me going to TIFF and partly me talking to Roku.
Everyone has an opinion about what went wrong in the final season of Game of Thrones, and I’m no different.
Lest you think I did something productive with my time.
In which I scratch a bunch of things off my to-watch list, with terrifying results.
I hate horror games, I hate multiplayer games, I hate stealth games, and I hate first-person games, so this was a natural fit for me.
I reviewed Tater Tot & Patton for PopMatters. Liked Jessica Rothe; did not like this thing about controlling women.
In which peer pressure from Letterboxd slowly takes over my life.
Everyone who wades through the first three Dragon Age games makes a list ranking all the companions. I’m an everyone, too!
I’m amazing at predicting what I will and won’t like and then watching what I don’t like anyway.
Little did I know that something this awesome was buried in my folder of forgotten games.
In which I liked the Avengers thing more than I thought I would, and not just because they all died.
Hot off my second play of Dragon Age: Inquisition, I thought Origins was my time to be an archer. I paid for that hubris with blood and tears.
Apparently, the more good stuff I have to watch, the quieter I get about it. Here’s some stuff I saw this year.
Including the stuff I saw at TIFF before I was too exhausted to keep going to stuff at TIFF.
Full review of Papi Chulo over at PopMatters (external link).
Full review of Teen Spirit over at PopMatters (external link).