Game Review – Octodad: Dadliest Catch (Xbox One)

In Octodad, the player is in control of an octopus posing as a human man with a normal, human family. The gameplay largely revolves around the balance of keeping this charade alive while completing household chores, and evading his wife Scarlet’s increasing suspicion of her husband’s strange behaviour.

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Horror Movie Review: Wish Upon (2017)

The concept of an unassuming object which grants wishes that come with a price dates back to 1902. The Monkey’s Paw is a short story by author W. W. Jacobs. In the story, three wishes are granted to the owner of the monkey’s paw, but the wishes come with enormous consequences for interfering with fate. If that at all sounds familiar it’s likely because the tale has been retold time and time again since. Wish Upon is the latest attempt.

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Game Review: Uncanny Valley (Xbox One)

In Uncanny Valley, you play as a newly employed security guard called Tom. He’s in charge of the night shift, while his lazy partner Buck is in charge of the day shift. Nights are long, so Tom starts exploring the facility and finds things he shouldn’t. At the same time, Tom has frightening nightmares that lead him to question his own sanity.

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Game Review: N.E.R.O. (Xbox One)

N.E.R.O. or Nothing Ever Remains Obscure is a first person adventure game based on puzzle solving and exploration. In the game, you traverse through a magical world. Throughout the journey you’ll discover floating pieces of dialogue that slowly unravel its sorrowful tale.

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Horror Movie Review: Hellraiser: Judgment (2018)

Hellraiser (1987), is one of the most iconic horror movies ever made. Since then the franchise has gone through some serious ups and downs. Unfortunately, more downs than ups. Hellraiser: Judgment is the 10th chapter in the seemingly never ending Hellraiser film series. It was released on February 13th, 2018 direct to video and via video on demand.

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Game Review: Inside (Xbox One)

Remember Limbo? You know, that little Indie game that won some awards back in 2010. It’s been downloaded well over 3 million times as well, no big deal. Apparently, that game was something of a success. In 2014, Playdead announced Inside a spiritual successor to Limbo.

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Top 10: Horror Comedies

Horror Comedy, there is something about the combination of those two genres that almost guarantees entertainment. This got me thinking, what are my favourite horror comedies?

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Horror Movie Review: Mom and Dad (2018)

Mom & Dad has a number of genuinely dark yet hilarious moments. You get to witness Brent (Cage) & Kendell (Blair) excitedly think up grotesque ways to kill their children. They are relentless in their desire to murder them in any way possible, it’s very entertaining.

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Top 10: Most Violent Moments In Video Games

Violence in video games, I love it and so do you. Where would the medium be today if it wasn’t for hardcore, unapologetic, blood-soaked, chainsaw wielding, up close and personal savagery? I don’t know the answer and I don’t want to know. Here are my 10 most violent moments in video games.

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Game Review: Prey (Xbox One)

Why did gamers not invest in this game? Unfortunately I can’t answer that question. However, I can tell you if Prey is a game that is worth investing in.

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Horror Movie Review: Day of the Dead: Bloodline (2018)

Over the years, I’ve come to appreciate George Romero’s Day of the Dead more and more. However, when it released

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Top 10: Vampire Movies

What does the world find so fascinating about vampires? In 1922, the first genuine vampire film was produced. It was

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Horror Movie Review: Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006)

“Jason, Freddy, Myers, we all need someone to look up to” What would happen if Jason Voorhees, Freddy Kruger, Michael

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Horror Movie Review: Pieces (1982)

Pieces is a Slasher film that was directed by Spanish filmmaker Juan Piquer Simon, it released in 1982. Set at

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