A Trip to Harrow County

It’s October, and that means it’s Halloween season. In fact, Halloween is just one week away and I haven’t written anything about it yet this year. Is something wrong? Have I been murdered by a masked killer and the drafts folder is just populating the publication list? No, none of…

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Olly Olly Oxenfree

If I had a preferred genre of game, I suppose it would be “emotional narrative” games. I love me some 3rd person adventure, first person and platform puzzlers, and good old point-and-click, but I always seem to find my recent favorites in character driven narrative games. If you’ve looked at…

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Tuning in to Channel Zero

This past October I went through my annual horror binge. Horror is a strange genre as far as production goes, as it’s this sort of catch-all that covers all sorts of things. Since it’s an emotion (even romance is technically a verb), it’s incredibly subjective. The focus can be on…

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Poltergeist’s passionate mediocrity

This past week has been all over the place, as far as quality of watched films. I’ve seen bland sequels, offensive sequels, dull remakes, and impressive originals, but Poltergeist was a strange one. It wasn’t screened early for critics, which usually means it is relying on ignorance to bolster opening weekend…

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It Follows review

Note: This review had been previously published on my old blog. It’s been out of theaters, but recently came out on DVD, so I figured now would be a relevant time to re-post. Also, I love this movie. It is amazingly crafted, and it’s important. It Follows also fits into this summer’s hit…

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