Category Archives: Media

What if A&E didn’t suspend Phil Robertson

I have talked before about why A&E was right to suspend Robertson, the Duck Dynasty patriarch who made comments about the homosexual and race communities. Ever since then, social media and newsrooms alike have been buzzing with whether or not he should have been removed from the show and where the show will go from here. But what would have happened if A&E didn’t suspend Robertson? How would the reaction be different?

When news first broke of this entire situation, the news was of the suspension – not Robertson’s interview comments directly. In fact, the interview itself never made major headlines. Not till A&E reacted to it, that is. If you think about what could have happened if the interview had been given time to come to national attention, you will begin to see why A&E did act as they did and why they were only protecting their own business interests. Continue reading What if A&E didn’t suspend Phil Robertson


Top 10 Disney Villains

In every Disney movie, it focuses on the good guy and their happy ending, but there is always a villain that seems to complicate things. Without the villains, Disney movies would be dull and less interesting. So who are the top 10 Disney Villains? Read on to find out. Continue reading Top 10 Disney Villains

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Review

We are told, when we’re young, that all we have to do is dream big, and if we work hard and persevere, we can truly be anything we want. Of course, that’s all crap, the kind of illegitimate lip service people pay to children (and teens) to keep them from feeling the eventual reality of defeat. Sure, some of us get what we want, earning enough and applying it appropriately so that something resembling the above-stated promise is the result. But for most of us, the regular life of Walter Mitty is where we’ll be mired: dead-end job, no real relationships, synced to our laptop with endless hours spent balancing checkbooks and organizing our ordinariness. Perhaps this is why the hero of Ben Stiller’s Generation Y Gospel spends so much time in fantasy. Without it, what would be the point of living? Continue reading The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Review

10 Best Zelda Games

Choosing the best Zelda game among all the past titles is an overly difficult task to embark on. Which is why we’ve decided to list out some of the finest titles from the series, so that you can read about them and decide for yourselves upon the one you want to buy first. The much loved action-adventure genre has been blessed with some legendary Zelda offerings in the past, and games from the series still continue to delight fans from time to time. Featuring high fantasy settings, these titles offer delightful blends of action, adventure and puzzle gameplay, and feature some of the most memorable moments ever seen in video games. And the atmospheres they manage to create with their soundtracks and visuals too are unforgettable. Let’s take a look at some of the finest Zelda titles which have been released till date. Continue reading 10 Best Zelda Games

Battlefield 4 Review

Battlefield 4 drops players into a sandbox and unhooks all tethers, loosing scores of soldiers to squad up and take down the opposition however they choose. The series’ trademark, free-form multiplayer is reinforced with some smart albeit incremental upgrades, giving players even more incentive to work together. That in itself isn’t terribly surprising; multiplayer has always been Battlefield’s bread and butter.

What is surprising is that developer DICE has crafted a competent campaign to go along with it. Continue reading Battlefield 4 Review

Batman Arkham Origins Review

Formats: Playstation 3 (version tested), Xbox 360, PC, Wii U

Developer: Warner Bros. Games Montreal, Splash Damage

Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

Age rating: PEGI 16

Released: Out now

I’m not a big fan of prequels. It takes a lot of effort to keep them interesting. After all, you know what comes next, there’s very little that can surprise, and all too often it simply feels like a case of extending a series following a major plot revelation. If you’ve played Arkham City, then it’s pretty easy to see why this concern could apply to Origins. And in some ways, it’s a fair one. In other ways, however, Origins is a narratively excellent addition to the Arkham canon, and one which fleshes out some of the characters exceptionally well. Continue reading Batman Arkham Origins Review

Need for Speed Rivals review

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Developer: Ghost Games

Platform(s): PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360

Price: $59.99

Rating: E10+ for Everyone 10 and up

Release Date: Nov. 15 2013

Score: 3.5 stars (out of 4)

Like the latest model in a line of vehicles, Need For Speed rolls out every year with the same shiny sportscars and blistering pace as cops battle racers to own the roads.

This year’s arrival of Need For Speed: Rivals is no different. Sleek, powerful vehicles? Check. Insane chases featuring police officers and racers? Check. Yet the refinements in Rivals lead to an exciting adventure behind the wheel. Continue reading Need for Speed Rivals review