Jason Bourne Review

Revenge is a dish best served cold, and cold is certainly the temperature setting of the latest Bourne film, Jason Bourne. Jason Bourne, a spy, action thriller based on the books by Robert Ludlum, is the fifth film in the Bourne film series and sees Matt Damon reprise his role as the titular character, Jason … More Jason Bourne Review

Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie Review

Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (“Absolutely Fabulous) is a 2016 British comedy film based on the television show of the same name. The film brings back much of the original cast, including the two leads, celebrated British actresses, Jennifer Saunders, who also wrote the film, and Joanna Lumley. The film follows the mishaps and misadventures of … More Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie Review

Sega Announces Re-release of Genesis Classic Edition

The console war has begun once again. This time in regards to the latest consoles coming to market, the plug and play TV console. Just a couple of weeks after its long time rival, Nintendo, announced the release of the NES Classic Mini, a plug and play TV console which replicates the 1980s Nintendo NES … More Sega Announces Re-release of Genesis Classic Edition

Ping Zero 49: New Zealand’s Largest Longest LAN Party

LAN parties have been in existence since the dawn of online, Internet based gaming. Starting off as casual gaming parties between friends, usually hosted at someone’s home, LAN parties have now become full-fledged events garnering hundreds of players across various platforms from PC to console to mobile. Over the weekend, I was lucky enough to … More Ping Zero 49: New Zealand’s Largest Longest LAN Party

Batman: The Killing Joke Review (Graphic Novel)

How far can you fall after experiencing one bad day? This question is essentially the overarching theme of Alan Moore’s one shot graphic novel, Batman: The Killing Joke (“The Killing Joke“). First released in 1988, The Killing Joke has since been reprinted multiple times over and is considered to be one of the most iconic … More Batman: The Killing Joke Review (Graphic Novel)