I dove into Cursed City in the hopes that the familiarity of its similarities to Silver Tower would help to ease some of that intimidation fact, but Cursed City has more in common with Blackstone Fortress.
Matt makes the most of a bachelor’s weekend.
Ben finds a surprisingly poignant message about the interconnectedness of commerce and community beneath the family-friendly veneer of the underappreciated painterly adventure Concrete Genie.
I’m in this convoy for the vistas, the big hauls, the roadside magic, even if it must refrain from truly mimicking the vastness of the time spent cruising those roads in real life.
Romance and courtship in the post-dystopia.
Time to practice our ABCs!
Evangelion has always been interested in cycles, in unpacking oneself through the looping of experience.
It’s been a hell of a ride.
Siege is a 1983 Canadian exploitation flick that is one of a long line of movies aping John Carpenter’s Assault on Precinct 13.