Jen’s October Flicks: Train to Busan

This October, we’re trying something different. From October 2nd to the 31st, Jen will be writing up horror movie recommendations on a daily basis. The selection will weave between well-worn classics and the smaller fare, but they’re all special in their own way. If you watch one and want to let her know what you …

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Jen’s October Flicks: Jacob’s Ladder

This October, we’re trying something different. From October 2nd to the 31st, Jen will be writing up horror movie recommendations on a daily basis. The selection will weave between well-worn classics and the smaller fare, but they’re all special in their own way. If you watch one and want to let her know what you …

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Jen’s October Flicks: Alien

This October, we’re trying something different. From October 2nd to the 31st, Jen will be writing up horror movie recommendations on a daily basis! The selection will weave between well-worn classics and the smaller fare, but they’re all special in their own way. If you watch one and want to let her know what you …

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Jen’s October Flicks: Pontypool

This October, we’re trying something different. From October 2nd to the 31st, Jen will be writing up horror movie recommendations on a daily basis. The selections will weave between well-worn classics and the smaller fare, but they’re all special in their own way. If you watch one and want to let her know what you …

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The Silver Case Review: Kill the Past

Out of all the “auteur” game developers that have bounced around over the last few decades, Suda51 (Goichi Suda) felt like he stood out. Sure, his latest work is more focused on titillation than anything else (how else do you explain a repeating minigame dedicated to ogling your character’s companions?), but back when Killer7 and …

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I Want to Hold Your Hand

Note: The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is one of those rare games where even discussing the mechanics in detail might spoil the story. As such, I’ve done my best to recount my experiences while giving away as little as possible. From the start, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter walks in with a fair amount of …

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