Brendan Frye

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Chewbacca Review

He’s as hairy as a 1970’s shag carpet, as loyal as your childhood pet dog, and will occasionally rip people’s arms out of their sockets when …

Chewbacca

Axon Pro Hardware Review

This last fall I had the pleasure of testing out one of the best mid-range Android phones currently available, the ZTE Axon. It may not have been the …

Phones

Heavy Rain PS4 Review

When <i>Heavy Rain</i> first released for the PlayStation 3 back in 2010, developer Quantic Dream and creative director David Cage quickly and dramatically …

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition PC Review

How do you talk about <i>Gears of War</i> in 2016? In the decade that’s passed since the original Xbox 360 release, action games have been immeasurably …

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth PS4 Review

<i>Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth</i> is something that manages to check off pretty much every box to be a generic low-budget JRPG. While the game tries its …

Grim Dawn PC Review

It’s been a long road for <i>Grim Dawn</i> in its travels to full release from its Kickstarter debut nearly four years ago and my, has it been enjoyable. …

Zootopia Review

Here’s something unsurprising: Disney has made a new animated film starring talking animals about the importance of acceptance. Now, here’s something …

Republique PC Review

<i>Republique</i> is a terrific amalgam of classic Japanese games that focus on item management, patience, and stealth. Think <i>Resident Evil</i> and <i>Metal Gear</i> …

Heaven's Hope PC Review

When Tim Schafer put out his Kickstarter video for the 2012 Double Fine Adventure campaign, he jokingly mentioned that all the good adventure games …

Cobalt PC Review

I really find myself throwing myself head-first into a wall with this game.<p>I like platformers, quite a bit, and I enjoy complicated systems and …

Cobalt

Fortified Xbox One Review

I have pretty fond memories attached to wave-based shooters, or at least wave-based modes in certain games. My brother and I grew up as gamers, but …

Mobile Gaming

Far Cry Primal PS4 Review

The <i>Far Cry</i> games are always such spectacles that it’s hard to look at them critically. They’re a ridiculous amount of fun, so anything they do beyond …

Stone Age

SUPERHOT PC Review

<b>Hi , you have to play this game. I’ve never seen anything like it before.</b><p>Hmmm, that’s strange. I didn’t type that. <br>I’m going to come out with it up …

Superhot

Krampus Review

For years the ancient evil festive deity Krampus has been worming its way into the public conscience through pop culture and this week that special …

Horror

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Review

The 90s were filled with feature film adaptations of old 60s TV shows, most of which weren’t very good, and one of which is still around in <i>Mission:</i> …

Construction

Hitman: Agent 47 Review

For those of us who love video games and movies, there is a hope that one day a game will be adapted into a movie worthy of the title. Things started …

Action Movies

Turbo Kid Review

<i>Turbo Kid</i> falls into that peculiar new genre of deliberately “so-bad-they’re-good” movies that kicked off with <i>Grindhouse</i> (or more specifically, the …

B-movie

The Green Inferno Review

It’s been two long years since Eli Roth’s cannibal horror revival picture <i>The Green Inferno</i> debuted at TIFF and it was almost starting to feel like a …

Horror

Pan Review

The latest big screen edition of <i>Peter Pan</i> is, if nothing else, an incredibly strange movie. Directed by Brit Joe Wright (<i>Atonement</i>, <i>Hannah</i>), it seems …

Filmmaking

Crimson Peak Review

If nothing else, you can never accuse writer/director Guillermo Del Toro of approaching a project half-heartedly. The confirmed genre geek loves the …

Horror

The Last Witch Hunter Review

Aside from the accidental idiotic brilliance of the <i>Fast And Furious</i> series, Vin Diesel isn’t exactly the mark of quality in any movie. Yet, even by …

Movies

Spectre Review

Well, James Bond is back. You know, just like he has been every few years since the 60s. This time, we’ve all been treated to <i>Spectre</i>, a bloated and …

Construction

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 Review

Well, it took an extra movie, but <i>The Hunger Games</i> has finally come to a close. Yep, the saddest and dourest of all YA franchises wraps up in …

Movies

Victor Frankenstein Review

It’s been awhile since there was a decent <i>Frankenstein</i> movie, decades even. So it makes sense that the studios are frothing at the mouth to get this …

Construction

In The Heart Of The Sea Review

Chris Hemsworth Vs. A Whale. Now that’s how you sell a movie. Can the man who plays <i>Thor</i> bring down the biggest creature on the planet? Even though …

Construction

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review

It’s funny how we got to this moment of fever pitch <i>Star Wars</i> excitement. When the Disney sale and new trilogy were initially announced, it came with …

Star Wars

The Hateful Eight Review

The cinematically obsessed and possibly insane Quentin Tarantino is back just in time for Christmas and unsurprisingly, he’s up to his old tricks. …

Horror

The Forest Review

It’s nice that Universal Studios is still involved with the horror genre. After all, it’s the Hollywood studio built on the back of the classic movie …

Horror

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi Review

If anyone ever dares to finance a <i>Call Of Duty</i> movie, you can guarantee that Michael Bay will be the first director to get a call. After all, his love …

Box Office

The 5th Wave Review

Well…here we go again. Ever since <i>The Hunger Games</i> brought in buckets of dough, a new and increasingly tedious genre has emerged of YA dystopia …

Jurassic World