We wanted to show that the avarians were tough, able to use weapons in the air that even people on land have trouble with. Our female avarian wields a hefty halberd with ease.
I couldn’t decide whether it was a brilliant 5-star masterpiece due to how much time I’ve spent investing in thinking about it and trying to unpack it, or if my initial feeling upon leaving the theater, that of frustration, was more accurate.
Last week, we had the opportunity to show case The Republic of Mars: Stage 4 and now we are very lucky to have a follow up interview with it’s author, Matthew B. Thompson.
This week, Michael DeAngelo joins Kev once again, for part two of their conversation! They talk about social media of yesteryear and read some of Kev’s ramblings (which were saved for a potential autobiography) before moving on to some video game chatter.
Batman gets health in this week’s edition of What’s Batman Eating?
Turns out, Spielberg made a movie that’s essentially one long chase sequence before Miller did. Is there anything Spielberg didn’t get to first?
These winged warriors can utilize shields and swords pretty easily, thanks to their broad wings.
First rewatch of Nightcrawler, and while the overall tension of the piece didn’t quite carry over to the second viewing, all of the thematics at play are much more clear and even more absurd than you realize on your first watch.
That’s Entertainment presents Garrett’s Top Ten Favorite Comedy Movies.
They convinced Americans to split apart: half of them transforming Mars into another Earth, and the other half picking a fight with very dangerous aliens. Both were a trick.
A unusually large group moves to a refugee camp built on Mars, and it’s extremely cramped. There is a great deal of infighting on Mars, while those left behind on Earth try to hide from the aliens. Our weapons are no match against theirs.