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So it’s no secret that I’ve been incredibly skeptical of the Batman v Superman movie for awhile now. The casting, the mish-mosh of characters, and the twisting of story-arcs led me down a very narrow tunnel where I couldn’t see any

I was fortunate enough to be able to grow up in the era that I did. I saw the resurgence of video games, thanks to the likes of the Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, and even the Turbo-Graphix and NEO-GEO. I felt a bond between myself and these crazy pixels that helped to form a fun and memorable adventure, but my strongest love for a video game came in the form of SEGA’s Sonic the Hedgehog.

As a kid I loved watching Mystery Science Theater 3000, and being a lifelong MSTie I recently donated to its Kickstarter revival. As Tom Servo, Crow, and Gypsy are currently in the midst of a tuneup there's no telling when

Comedian Eugene Mirman (Bob's Burgers, Flight of the Concords) has always had a unique take on his comic delivery, yet at the same time his mannerisms and outside-the-box mentality has cemented him as one of the best and brightest. His

When playing video games, we are taught that the object of a game is to not win, but to survive. Sure, it's best to have many victories under your best during a run-through, but in the end what matters most

I stared at my clock after playing "Assembly Required," the latest episode of Minecraft: Story Mode, with only an hour passing by since I began it. "That was it?" I uttered as the end credits rolled on the screen. While

Let me be completely honest with you readers before we begin: as much as I've tried, I've never really gotten into Minecraft. While I do understand that it's a huge cultural and gaming phenomenon -- with cons, merch, and even

Pandalicious and King Baby Duck sit down for an interview with local folk band The World Is Square, as the group share their thoughts on their upcoming debut album, CD release show, and their immediate plans afterwards. Plus the band gives the Land of ESH a couple of live performances, including one exclusive song adaptation not yet heard by fans and gamers alike.

Netflix has done a very welcome update to their Instant Streaming interface. It's reminiscent of the interface for Adobe PDF files. In the menu items, the option for subtitles/audio is included, and I wonder if future anime titles offered on