Gangster Squad

Well, the acting wasn’t bad, I can say that for sure in regards to this movie.  Not to say that this movie was bad but, well, it wasn’t great.  I mean it was okay but I think I could have missed it when it was theaters.  Acting was good and the plot was structured well but you have the mob against some cops, and the … Continue reading Gangster Squad

Square Enix shows off dynamic hair technology in new Luminous Engine videos

By:  Erren Van Duine Let’s get this out right in front: Agni’s Philosophy is not a game. It’s a tech demo, and I know there’s been speculation abound as to whether or not Square Enix is going to make it into a game. As of now, they’re not and the developers of the engine have said as much. FFXV will probably be something else, so it’s … Continue reading Square Enix shows off dynamic hair technology in new Luminous Engine videos

Introducing Final Fantasy XIV’s new night cycle

By: Erren Van Duine Final Fantasy XIV’s first closed beta phase is only weeks away, and to whet your appetite, Square Enix has provided a look at the new game’s night life. In the alpha version, the day/night cycle had not yet been implemented, but it seems we may get a taste of it in the beta. Here’s your first look of the evening, complete … Continue reading Introducing Final Fantasy XIV’s new night cycle

Square Enix Europe: The world will get answers on Final Fantasy X HD soon

By: Erren Van Duine Wondering where Final Fantasy X HD is? You’re not the only one. A fan reached out to Square Enix Europe on Twitter for an explanation following the game’s absence since its reveal in 2011. “The world will get answers soon, we promise,” came the reply from the community team. While nothing too concrete, it’s good to see them at least acknowledge the title’s … Continue reading Square Enix Europe: The world will get answers on Final Fantasy X HD soon

The Outcast Blade (Act Two of The Assassini)

By: Jon Courtenay Grimwood Published: March 26, 2012 Publisher: Little, Brown & Company Series: Vampire Assassini Trilogy Series Genre: Science fiction & fantasy Titillating, gut wrenching and completely enthralling, after all who doesn’t love a book about corruption, politics, love and treason in good old Venice? Those key aspects were what I loved about this novel. Set in Venice and the 15th century you have … Continue reading The Outcast Blade (Act Two of The Assassini)

Square Enix opens a new Theatrhythm Final Fantasy teaser site

By: Erren Van Duine A mysterious teaser site from Square Enix has appeared bearing the Theatrhythm Final Fantasy name. The site promises a reveal “soon” along with an animated graphic of the familiar Theatrhythm note slide and chimes. Speculation would lead us to believe in a possible mobile (iOS/Android) port given the more recent trends within the company. Such speculation is further fueled by the … Continue reading Square Enix opens a new Theatrhythm Final Fantasy teaser site

The Enchantress (Sisters of Isis: Book 3)

I loved the Daughters of the Moon Series, but this series is lacking so much in comparison.  Not only was the ending of this book incredibly melodramatic with the main character, Dalila, being the Enchantress was so outrageously melodramatic.  Not only that, the three girls in this novel have none of the spunk or self-confidence that the other girls had.  In addition, that, for me … Continue reading The Enchantress (Sisters of Isis: Book 3)

Hot Tub Time Machine Director Takes On Comedy Contractors

By: Kristy Puchko After encountering some stumbling blocks, Relativity Media is finally ready to begin building their cast and crew for the comedy Contractors. They first acquired the rights to the spec script by Bob Fisher and David Hemingson back in 2007. Later Walt Becker, who has directed such comedies as Old Dogs, Wild Hogs, and Buying the Cow, was attached to helm, but now … Continue reading Hot Tub Time Machine Director Takes On Comedy Contractors

Lee Seung Gi Talks about the Aftermath of Leaving “1N2D”

By: jnkm Singer Lee Seung Gi spoke about the aftermath of his departure on the popular variety TV show, “1 Night 2 Days.” On November 30, Lee Seung Gi appeared on the popular music show, “Yoo Hee Yeol’s Sketchbook.” MC Yoo Hee Yeol asked, “Didn’t you feel kind of empty after leaving ’1 Night 2 Days?’” Lee Seung Gi answered, “Don’t look at it in … Continue reading Lee Seung Gi Talks about the Aftermath of Leaving “1N2D”