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The Tomorrow War – Review

The Tomorrow War debuts on Amazon Prime Video on July 2. It’s been a wild ride from Parks and Recreation to Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World. In a rare feat, Chris Pratt made the leap from character actor to action star, and he did it with an enticing swagger and a gleefully goofy […]

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Mass Effect 2 Legendary Edition – Review

Going directly from the Legendary Edition of Mass Effect to Mass Effect 2 is a dramatic change. Where the first game can still look and feel a bit janky, the second now plays like a fully modern third-person, cover-based shooter that, thanks to its 4K upgrade, looks almost good enough to have been released for […]

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The Forever Purge – Review

The Forever Purge premieres in theaters on Friday, July 2. Delayed for almost a year, to the point now where it’s become scarily predictive, The Forever Purge nicely separates itself from the metropolis mayhem of the previous films while also giving us a possible ending to the franchise. Under director Everardo Gout, the latest Purge […]

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Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness – Review

This is a spoiler-free review for Netflix’s Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness, which will be available to stream on July 8th. Although Resident Evil’s previous endeavors on the big and small screens left a lot to be desired, Netflix’s anime series Infinite Darkness is a step in the right direction. While this show is based on […]

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Godzilla Singular Point: Season 1 – Review

All 13 episodes of Godzilla: Singular Point are available to stream on Netflix. Netflix Original Anime Godzilla: Singular Point offers up a new spin on the King of the Monsters mythos, and sadly it’s a plodding, incomprehensible mess of metaphysics and exhausting exposition. Yes, despite some occasionally gorgeous art that resembles an awesome apocalyptic tapestry, […]

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Scarlet Nexus – Review

The genre of “Action-RPG” is a big umbrella that covers everything from soulslikes to first-person stealth-action games like Deus Ex to isometric RPGs like Diablo, and many more. But even within that wide spectrum, there’s nothing quite like Scarlet Nexus – a game that combines inspirations from fast-paced character-action games of the Devil May Cry […]

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Mario Golf: Super Rush – Review

There’s an art to how Nintendo usually iterates on its long-running series. That twist it almost always seems to discover makes us excited about what’s to come, while also looking back on fond memories already forged. Mario Golf: Super Rush, though, is an exception to that trend – it’s sporadically fun but it frustratingly falls […]

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The Ice Road – Review

The Ice Road premieres Friday, June 25 on Netflix. Liam Neeson’s latest, a modestly exciting disaster flick about a treacherous trek through Canadian tundra, is a Netflix-only deal that fires on partial cylinders. At times marred by subpar CGI, The Ice Road is a by-the-numbers thriller that exists nicely as empty calories, briefly formidable but […]

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Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure – Review

With Disneyland’s highly anticipated Avengers Campus now open, the un-caped, un-super powered, and un-ripped masses finally have the opportunity to join the ranks of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes – if only for a day. The first step toward becoming authentically superheroic comes in the form of Web Slingers, a brand-new half-ride-half-game experience that sees you team […]