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Film review: The Town That Dreaded Sundown

RYAN WOODS Directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, The Town That Dreaded Sundown is a unique metafictional horror film that blends classic slasher elements with a genuinely chilling true story. Based on the...
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Game review: Super Smash Bros 3DS

Maybe it’s just my memory playing tricks on me, thinking back to my Gameboy Colour, but I still seem to have a mistaken belief that handhelds just can’t compete with console-quality offerings. Among ...
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Comic review: The Private Eye

The Private Eye is a well-balanced warning targeted directly at our generation. Or, perhaps more specifically, the device in our generation’s pocket. Written by Bryan K. Vaughn (Saga, Y: The Last Man...

Album review: illScarlett

illScarlett: that random Canadian rock and reggae band that everyone’s heard of but has never really gained the popularity they deserve. They’re that band that everyone has seen at one festival or an...

Film review: No Good Deed

As a thriller, No Good Deed is absolutely fantastic. It sets up the story as a stereotypical action-thriller with horror elements romp — but it is ultimately anything but. The film asks the audience ...