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Xbox One Review: ‘Fallout 4′

Fallout 4, Xbox One, video game

For better or worse, the highly anticipated Fallout 4 is essentially a lot more of the same. There is plenty more to do this time around, but really it’s the same buggy, bleak, post-apocalyptic journey through the wasteland you either love or hate. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Mad Max’

Mad Max, video game, PlayStation 4, PS4

'Mad Max' is a post-apocalyptic, open world game that in many ways tries to bite off more than it can chew. The genre-bending effort is most successful in realizing vehicular combat, but the light narrative provides little motivation for grinding through to upgrade Max and his wheels. Read More »

‘The Walking Dead’ – A Newbie’s Perspective

The Walking Dead

After a three-season Netflix binge, and from this newbie's perspective, 'The Walking Dead' is a brilliant social commentary and a fantastic journey. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Oblivion’ (2013) – ‘Hello, Oblivion – How’s the Wife and Kids?’


A slightly brainier tetrahedron of cinematic fare that doesn't rely entirely on CGI, but is still fun to eat popcorn to nonetheless. Read More »

Book Review: Wool by Hugh Howey

Calm down, knitting fans, this post-Apocalyptic yarn may not be about what you might think. Read More »

Book Review: The Crossing by Mandy Hager

Showcases the strengths and weaknesses of humanity, and the will to survive. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Day (2012)

Nothing like a fun post apocalyptic tale with cannibals. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Wizards (1977)

When two warlocks go to war, a point is all that you can score. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Tank Girl: Bad Wind Rising by Alan Martin and Rufus Dayglo

More post-apocalyptic snicks and giggles with our favorite punkette and her mutant ‘roo boyfriend. Read More »

Book Review: The Hunger Games Series by Suzanne Collins

The Hunger Games trilogy makes you think about our society as a whole, and the plot is riveting. Read More »