The Conjuring Review


I went into this movie thinking it was going to be quite boring to be honest. I had just got off of a streak of bad horror movies and I was hoping that The Conjuring would end it. I’m happy to say that it did. This movie had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. Every time I thought a jump scare would happen it didn’t and that’s a good thing. The Conjuring stars Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Lily Taylor Ron Livington, and a host of other actors. Everyone did a very good job in this movie.

My favorite part in this movie is when Carolyn, and Roger’s daughters are trying to sleep and something kept tugging on Christine’s leg. It tugged her so hard she woke up freaking out {like any normal person would} and all i saw was a figure standing behind the door staring at her. Joey King put on one hell of a performance in this scene. In my opinion she stole the movie in that scene.

The sound effects in this movie are some of the best I’ve ever heard. Everything just sounded so good and for a moment I thought someone was watching me watch the movie. It was creepy and made me look around and check my surroundings. That hasn’t happened to me since I was a kid {i’m looking at you IT.} My wife was literally curled up in a ball peaking through her fingers while watching this movie. Having excellent sound effects can really make a movie better and that was the case here. The Conjuring paced itself very well and it didn’t need over the top jump scares to be scary. I absolutely loved Vera Farmiga, and Patrick Wilson’s characters in this movie. They were great together and they even reminded me of the Ghost Busters.

My final verdict for The Conjuring is a 8/10. This movie was exciting, scary, suspenseful, and had excellent pacing. I haven’t enjoyed a horror movie in years and this was a breath of fresh air for me. I highly recommend watching this if you haven’t already. Here’s what Lunaliah had to say on the subject: “The Conjuring had me too scared to go to sleep. It terrified me like no other movie has. If you want to be scared shitless then go watch this movie! The Conjuring is a 8/10 for me. I loved it.”

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Dynasty Warriors 8 Review


Dynasty Warriors has always been my all time favorite coop game to play. It’s been around for a long time. Reviewers usually bash the game for always being the same thing but why change what isn’t broken? They bash Dynasty Warriors for never “changing” but they’re wrong. A lot has changed in Dynasty Warriors over the years. The combat is still the same but Koei has added more to the game over time.

While Dynasty Warriors 8 didn’t make as big of a leap as part 7 it’s still one hell of game. I enjoy taking out my frustrations on thousands of enemies after a hard day’s work. They’ve added new characters, fighting styles, and a new affinity mechanic. Now you’re encouraged to switch weapons during battle depending on the type of enemy you’re facing. I for one love the stylish combat, and beautiful graphics.

The rage meter makes a return in Dynasty Warriors and when you activate it you enter a raged like mode delivering massive amounts of damage while chaining beautiful combos together for one epic finish. This alone makes the game worth playing. Story mode took a different turn this time around. While it is still based off the Three Kingdoms time period there are a number of different things you can do now that determines the outcome of the story.


If you fail an objective then that same character you didn’t kill or you let escape will show up in a later battle and cause trouble for you.

Dynasty Warriors 8 introduces Ambition Mode. It’s basically the same as Dynasty Warriors 7 Extreme Legends excellent Legend mode. It allows you to build a small, poor settlement and eventually turn it into a thriving kingdom. The missions are short compared to the epic battles you’ll take part of in the main campaign: Small skirmishes allow you to gather materials for shops and facilities, while rescue missions will grant you additional fame, which allows you to recruit additional allies from battles you participate in.

Famous Officers you best in a duel can be convinced to join you as your own personal bodyguard. Bodyguards offer you support bonuses as their bonds with you grow over time. Merchants can visit your city and offer you exquisite goods. Who wouldn’t love to ride a freaking bear into battle. Or buying valuable supplies for your growing kingdom. You can send troops out to another province and they’ll return bearing brand new materials for you to forge new weapons out of. Engaging in battles yourself rewards you by giving you gold but keep in mind that your health doesn’t replenish after each battle. The more damage you take the longer it’ll take for you to fully recover from your wounds. You may participate in battles while you’re injured but if you’re killed then it’s game over for you and you’ll have to start over from the beginning.


Dynasty Warriors 8 is the best Dynasty Warriors game to date. While it didn’t innovate as much as it’s predecessor it does take a leap forward in the right direction. My final verdict for Dynasty Warriors 8 is a 9/10. This game is amazing and I can’t wait to see what the future holds for my favorite hack n slash game. I hope you enjoyed reading this and if you did i’ll have more for you real soon.

First Patch For Total War Rome 2 Coming Soon!

 Since the release of Total War Rome 2 it has been plagued by glitches, and bugs. The game for most people is literally unplayable. Well I have good news for all of you Total War fans out there. The very first patch is coming out on Friday. While I know this patch won’t fix all the problems with the game I’m very happy with this news. Creative Assembly has responded very quickly and i for one am very impressed. Total War Rome 2 will be patched every week until every issue has been resolved. Hopefully we can all enjoy this great game very soon. 

  Here are some in game screenshots that I took while murdering countless barbarians…




Final Fantasy 14- News, Problems, and Thoughts

Here’s an official update for Final Fantasy 14.



Final Fantasy 14 has just gone into open beta and it’s apparently unplayable for a lot of people. Their servers are apparently full and you can’t even get in the game to create a character. Fans of the game are outraged that they payed their hard earned cash for a game that they can’t play.

To make matters worse Square Enix will not allow youtubers to monetize anything Final Fantasy. You would think that since Final Fantasy 14 did so bad the first time it came out they would throw their fans a bone and say,” sure why not we don’t care what you guys do with Final Fantasy 14 as long as you play it.” I think that’s an incredibly stupid move for Square Enix to make. Especially considering Final Fantasy hasn’t been doing so well lately. Square Enix basically just fucked up their free advertising.

It’s no mystery…

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Max Payne 3 Review

Hello everybody and welcome to, today I will be reviewing a game that we were waiting for since 2012:

Max Payne 3

When I am reviewing a game I like to break down the cons and the pros so you can understand my rating of the game, but first I want to talk about my opinion of the game.

When Max Payne 3 was first announced I said okay that’s cool and then it hit me that this is Max Payne we’re talking about and not some game that comes out every year. Max Payne 3 is Rockstar’s first game to ever have the most realistic shooting I’ve ever played in a game, by that I mean when you shoot a guy in the throat he drops his gun and tries to hold the spot you shot him in but he dies in about 2 seconds. It also allows bullets to exit the back of enemies. This is a feature I think all shooters should be using considering we’re going into next generation graphics and consoles. Max Payne 3 has a good story and takes the average gamer a day to beat (that is if you do other things besides playing the game), but for me I can beat this game on old school in a half a day. The cool part of this game is that Rockstar stuck to their roots unlike GTA San Andreas and GTA IV, this game still feels like a Max Payne game plus new graphics. I also enjoyed the fact that you’re wearing something different every level you pass instead of wearing that overcoat through the whole game (we all love the overcoat, I’m not going to lie). The only reason Rockstar fans were okay with them releasing a game that wasn’t open world was that Rockstar announced GTA V at that time and we knew that Max Payne 3 would only keep us busy. Seriously though they release Max Payne 3 and now GTA 5.

Wow, you got to love this company.

So let’s start breaking this game down. The game features a wide variety of main characters to watch their story throughout the game, the bad part is that it’s up to Max Payne to decide how to tell their stories. If you think that this game holds on to stars like they do in movies then you’re dead wrong, my friend. People die on every level by your hand, why should your friends in the game be any different. In this game you won’t be able to choose whether or not to kill a man because it’s all scripted, even though this game feels as if you should be able to make minor decisions. We all know that bullet-time will always be in Max Payne games, this time around it’s more fluid and easier to control. Bullet-time can be used is a number of ways. It can be used by diving forwards, backwards, right, and left while shooting at enemies. It can be used by almost dying even though this feature Is called “Last Man Standing Mode” where if a target takes away your last bit of health time slows up and you have to find who shot you. The camera kind of moves you to the guy but not all the way and, when you do find him, the dot on your screen will light up red instead of its normal white standby. You also cannot use Last Man Standing in old school mode.

Mr. Big-Shot, himself.

Golden guns has made a return in Max Payne 3 as collectibles but don’t worry, once you find all the parts to a gun you can turn on this feature and, whatever golden guns you have fully collected, you can now use them by collecting the guns you found every part to. Clues are also featured in this game but Rockstar has made these mini games you participate in worth it because if you find every clue in the game you can now choose what level in story mode you want to play and choose your character. The bad part is that you can only be different Max Payne’s (you get to play as the classic Max Payne).


Guns are not customizable in this game but you are able to find a large variety of guns throughout story mode, but explosive weapons like RPG’S, Grenades and Molotov Cocktails are not available to you but to other enemies they are. Don’t worry about these explosives because Max always seems to be able to shoot Molotov Cocktails, Grenades and Rockets straight from an RPG right out of the sky. Enemies in this game miss shots taken at you unlike Payday 2, but the shots aren’t automatically missed it’s almost like you’re shooting at real people. The whole game is very fluid and makes you feel like the movement is up to you and how you choose to play through a level.

This game released a good amount of DLC but this wasn’t really DLC, it was more like Expansion packs. Rockstar only releases expansion packs for the game and add-on content for your multiplayer character. The multiplayer is more than fair and whether or not you like it, it doesn’t matter. I’ll tell you why it doesn’t matter, no, actually I’ll prove it to you. I want you to turn on Max Payne 1 or 2 and after you watch the intro to the menu of the game I want you to scroll down to multiplayer and tell me which multiplayer is better, Max Payne 3 or Max Payne 2 or 1? See, my point is that this game was never meant for multiplayer and we should be happy for whatever they give us, although a co-op mode would have been nice.

How far we’ve come.

Multiplayer is fun and it gives you many options that should entertain you for quite a while. You can customize your character in too many ways– yes, I said “too many” because this game’s multiplayer has so much customization that you could spend an hour and a half just choosing from everything, I should know because I still regret it. My favorite part about multiplayer is that it plays exactly like story mode would but with customization. You can level up and unlock new upgrades and weapons. When I play multiplayer I only really play team death match and this game has a great variety of modes. There are also two other modes called Score Attack and New York Minute which are just bonuses to this already cool game.


There is one more thing I want to discuss. In story mode, you can use these semi-cheats, so when you complete task like find all clues, completing story mode on hardcore and old school mode, find all golden guns, completing in a new York minute, getting all gold or platinum medals on every score attack level, you get cool things like new character skins, one hit kills, infinite bullet-time, infinite painkillers but in my opinion I don’t think someone should need unlimited health if you can slow up time all together.

So this game has:

  • Fluid gameplay movement.
  • Great A.I. that feels like you’re actually killing people.
  • Realistic Gameplay with blood spatter.
  • A good amount of replay ability but not too much.
  • Spot on bullet time controls with better diving and rolling.
  • Arcade Mode that includes Score Attack and New York Minute.
  • A good storyline with people-like characters.
  • Multiplayer with a variety of multiplayer modes to choose from.

If you noticed I didn’t say much about the downside of this game because there isn’t much I hate about it. The only things I didn’t like was how multiplayer mode is a little hard but since I’m awesome at games that’s not really a problem. One real problem I had was that the story was only good, acceptable for a game that has so much. Maybe if the story was based around Max instead of the Branco Family. And Max was more ruthless. I give this game an 8/10, I swear that the only reason this game didn’t get a 9/10 was that the story does not interest me at all.


Okay that’s it thanks for reading.

A New Look… A Better Experience

Hey guys, this is Drakulus here. I took a little break a while back so I can work on my website. I hope you guys like what I’ve done with it. First of all I want to thank zombiemuffin for being such an excellent editor/author for me since I’ve been gone. Thecursedson for releasing such kickass reviews, and our newest member Lunaliah for all the advice she gave me while I was deciding on a new look for the site.

You’ll notice some links on here along with a grayed out support us link at the bottom of the page. This will be filled with advertisements in the future and we hope you’ll click on them to support our growing website. I can assure you that the links will be safe and won’t harm your computer in any way. I hope you like the new look, and new options available to you here and i’ll be back soon to deliver quality content that you’ve come to expect from me.

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Total War Rome II- Lag Fix


Many of you including myself have been experiencing major FPS, graphical, and numerous bugs since the release of Total War Rome 2. Here are a few ways to fix the lag in your game brought to you by no other than Drakulus himself!

“If you’re having trouble running the game on higher settings even if you know your rig can handle it then lower them. The things that worked best was lowering shadows to medium, turning anti aliasing completely off, lowering the texture filter to a bare minimum, turning off Vegetation Alpha, and reducing the unit size down to large.  Changing the Shader Model stopped the game from crashing and I was actually able to enjoy a few hours of gameplay yesterday. Another thing that really helped me out was running the game in compatibility with Windows 7 since I have a Windows 8 PC.”

Thank you Drakulus for bringing us that information and we hope it helps you guys be able to enjoy this game that you paid your hard earned cash for. Feel free to leave comments if this doesn’t work and we’ll try our best to help you out. Don’t forget to click that follow button if you like what read here because there’s plenty more to come!

Total War Rome II – Graphical Fix

Hello again, Readers! Welcome.

Here’s some tips for any of our Total Rome fans in how to fix some of the graphical errors.

Once you clear the opening, open your settings menu and enable unlimited video memory. This feature will allow Total Rome to access your computer’s virtual memory, although it will hinder your FPS but it can be fixed as well by turning off Vegetation. 

Here’s a before shot:


Here’s the after shot:

This information was brought to me directly from Drakulus. Although he can play this game on max settings, he had to lower a lot of the settings to fix these problems. “The game looks a lot better now and I’m enjoying it a lot more than I did when I first loaded it up,” says the gaming beast, himself. “If the game is still giving you problems after you configure it then try adjusting the shader model. This is just what worked best for me and I can’t guarantee it’ll work as well for you.”

I hope this post has helped some of you optimize your gaming prowess. Now go take names and own some foreign asses! Remember to sport your commemorative ear necklace! It’s very in right now. Feel free to leave a comment if this doesn’t resolve your issue and we’ll try our best to help you out. Don’t forget to click that follow button if like what you read here!

ThatLady’s Top 12 Favorite Movies

Greetings from across the sea, ladies and lads!

Although there may not be a lot of you looking upon this here blog, I would like to take the time to say I’m grateful to see a gleam in your eye for quality. So cast off any delusions that you’ll be reading a post rating the aptitude to the specific amount of ass-suck in any given movie or game…

…that shall come later. Let’s dig into ThatLady’s Top 12 Movies! (To her immediate knowledge.)

If this doesn’t catch your attention…

1: The Time Machine (2002) – “Ah, who can’t enjoy this sci-fi movie adaptation of a movie adaptation of H.G. Wells’ epic novel, The Time Machine?” She asked rhetorically with high hopes no one would rain judgment and fire upon her. I, personally, remember watching this film at an age where I hadn’t come to the conclusion that movies had genres other than being a “good movie” or a “scary movie with the snowman/alien clown/masked man with a large knife not even the armed forces could stop”… Okay, that last one was maybe a little tampered with but I swear to you if I had the words to put it together in such a graceful way, this would be it.

Two words: Guy. Pearce. I don’t care what kind of homophobe you could be going into this movie, but you’ll leave it proclaiming amongst a trusted few of your friends of the amount of filacio you’d spare for Pearce. To be fair, I believe Pearce has a time machine of his own; the man never ages. Oh… where’s my glass of water, I’m feelin’ faint.

Ooooooohhhh yeeeeeeeah~ Lemme ride in your time machine, Mister Man 😀

Okay, onto why I actually like this movie; it’s a fun sci-fi with amazing visual effects, tragedy, and an interesting insight to the technological advances of the human race as well as commentary on its inevitable demise. A very solid point to this film is that you feel like you’re moving through time with how often they change up the scene. They do an excellent job using colors to set an exploratory tone throughout the film. Honestly, I could watch this movie in awe just about every time.

Wouldn’t it be a shame if something happened to this pretty face?

Maybe the acting isn’t something I’d devote too much attention to; it’s still worth a good watch. NEXT!

Let the YJEAAAGL begin!

2: Predator (1987) – An alien warrior, a group of disposable extras, a damsel, and a confused visitor from the stars trying to play nice with the scary Austrian.

A man born with no fucks to give.

Eh? Eh? Like what I did there? Ah, screw it. Predator is a great action film; it takes one of our most beloved action stars and puts him in a position to wipe out an advance alien threat. Maybe the moral of the story is you shouldn’t rely too much on technology or you won’t find the ‘riod inflicted bodybuilder hiding in a light layer of mud.

Does this look like the face of mercy?

And it’s a moral I keep nearest and dearest to my heart. Khorne, be praised.

I hope she packed her spoon.

3: Sweet Home Alabama (2002) – Okay, okay, hold on. Before you immediately stop reading and turn me toward the Shame Corner, allow me to pull out my womanly excuses based off popular stereotypes.

My ovaries tell me that this movie is charming, funny, full of all those favorite chick-flicky tropes set up to make you feel good about the conclusion of this film. Reese Witherspoon delivers a solid, enjoyable roll in this film playing a girl who achieves everything she’s ever dreamed of; a successful career, a high social standing, and a boyfriend turned fiancé when he pops the question with the shiniest display of diamond rings to choose from.

Oh no, what is a rich white woman to do?? What a dilemma!

No, wait, the movie’s not over! I promise! Now is the part where the fiancé wishes to meet her parents, but who could’ve guessed that her parents are the most poisonous and feared monsters this side of the continent has ever seen—Gasp! Southern trash! Oh, the agony! …Alright, so clearly that was a poor excuse for a joke but Reese’s character doesn’t feel the same as she tries her best to avoid her two worlds clashing. It’s only crazy antics and a long lost love interest away from its conclusion!

The middle expression is your face through this entire film.

I don’t expect most of you to really give this movie a chance but in the case your man-period speaks to you, try it out. (Also, Jewel covers the Sweet Home Alabama song in only a way she can. My womandom has spoken!)

Miyazaki fans! UNITE!!

4: Princess Mononoke (1997) – What words are there to say about a Miyazaki film that can convey how beautiful and touching this film truly is? Princess Mononoke touches on so many emotional bases; love, hate, consequences of war, forgiveness, acceptance, destiny, honor. Not only that, a slew of American talent to voice all the characters, even down to the more perceptively miniscule.

The Pig Princess! No, wait, that’s not right…

Although this film is as wonderful as I boast it to be, I don’t always feel in the mood for it’s snail-like pace. It picks up more in its second half, which is more than fine. With a boy torn from his home and family by a curse, a town with a too-smart-for-her-own-good war bound headmistress, a family of giant wolves and their infamously proclaimed princess this movie offers plenty to be wowed over.


28 Days in rehab with Bullock? Check me in.

5: 28 Days (2000) – What’s wrong with me? Those baby-makin’ lower abdomen organs are calling again. They tell me I need more Sandra Bullock. Speaking of which, a Sandra Bullock movie is on my list! Hurray!

Gotta say, Bullock is one of my favorite funny ladies next to Betty White, Sarah Silverman and Maria Bamford (I know, this is a pretty odd choice of comedians). Something about this movie, the selection of talent, and the themes that really connects me to how real these characters seem even with the notable famous faces. Maybe because it was pre-Lord-of-The-Rings, but damn, does Viggo Mortensen look great as a blond, professional-baseball-playing womanizer. Oh, LAWD.

Why won’t handsome wealthy men teach me how to throw a ball? Damn, 28 Days! Stop giving me unrealistic expectations of the world!

A woman who takes control of her life and alcohol addiction by taking responsibility for who she was and what she had done. This movie may not be everyone’s cup of tea but it was a nice ride filled with nice little jokes. A real feel-good movie, I recommend it to anyone.
Side-note: ALAN TUDYK!!!

Alan!! 😀
The Sakaarson has arrived.

6: Planet Hulk (2010) – Do I have any comic book readers? Well, even if you don’t read much, I’m sure you’ve seen all the renditions Hollywood has made of the gamma-roid giant but have you seen a rendition of Hulk where he’s not a stumbling anger-baby scared of lightning? Congratulations, you stumbled into the right post.

I present to you…

Planet Hulk is a comic series where Hulk was cleverly cast away by the eight smartest people on Earth, coming to the conclusion that Hulk was the central of too much collateral damage. They strapped him to a rocket and blasted him to a planet on the other side of the universe, a planet with no intelligible life forms where he won’t be able to hurt anyone ever again…

It takes just about everyone to take down the Hulk on an average day.

With a malfunction, courtesy of Hulk’s fists, that made the ship go off course and land on a planet Sakaar where the inhabitants take the incapacitated giant to be a slave fighting for his life as a gladiator. This has to be my favorite story arc for this series, Hulk goes through a series of trials that helps him fight as a team, he becomes more than just an aimless monster, he finds a love that helps him accept both sides of himself as the same person. These are all things I’ve always wanted to see for Banner, to stop moping around rejecting  Hulk as some kind of affliction and become a true superhero.

Now, fight for your lives! The Sakaarson has spoken!

I seriously hope to see a War World Hulk movie in my lifetime! That would be the most epic and excitingly jizz-tastic movie I’d ever have the privilege of watching!

The best thing Luc Besson has ever devoted his entire life to do.

7: The Fifth Element (1997) – I honestly don’t need to say much about this film, it will always be a classic that keeps me smiling with it’s extreme-futuristic French design and their young cast of my favorite actors (with the exception of Chris Tucker, I’ve never seen a more annoying actor but he owns this role).

Lord… if he wasn’t actually funny, I might’ve hated just about every agonizing moment he was in this film. Which was all of the second half.

The Fifth Element has humor, action-based humor and action-based badassery brought to you by the Willis himself. After a long sigh heavy with bro/romantic crush/lust for the squinty-eyed master of gruff, Mr. Brooklyn-accent— Okay, maybe I’m dragging this out a bit— he is cast opposite the very beautiful Milla Jovovich, age 19 in this role. Both of them have such chemistry in this film and obviously had plenty of fun during the making, it makes this film endlessly enjoyable.

Look at all that Willis Swag.

With two tough main characters, a warrior race with much honor to flaunt, a “faaaaabulous” bad guy, and a priest and his prophecy picture book foretelling the end of days how could you not go to your local video store/Netflix and not check this movie out? Believe me, it’s a fun little ride through the universe and back. It’s super green!

This movie was ahead of its time, even for the slow pace it left a strong impression.

8: TRON (1982-2010) – I think I might actually be that rare sum of (awesome) people who took the time to watch the original TRON before being wowed by the 2010 sequel. Honestly, even in a generation where clear gorgeous graphics mean everything, I found myself in awe of the 1982 film. Casting baby Jeff Bridges, they really couldn’t go wrong with the charm of this film. Even with simple color tones that would cause blacklight suicide and the virtually nonexistent soundtrack, it didn’t get too boring to watch.

Look at that handsome devil! Derez me, Flynn!

As much as the second movie did right, I still feel a kinship to the first and it keeps me smiling when I think of how any other film that would just replace their lead but not TRON. It’ll remain a fond memory and a vivid fantasy for those who invest themselves to the glamour of living in a computer.

Damn! Why can’t I escape you!

9: The Matrix Trilogy (1999-2003) – Yes, I know! This is kinda cheating having a whole trilogy wrapped together, I know! But seriously, why would anyone want just a piece of a story when it’s the whole that leaves the best impact. Imagine only ever watching Reloaded and judging how “eh” it is when you could enjoy it more knowing the movie before it was a great setup to an ultimately amazing apocalyptic Sci-Fi fantasy!  It would just be shameful.

“Alright, kid, if you don’t choose one I’m going to reach inside you and–” Wait, this is a terrible joke…

It has a lot of amazing tones and themes to these movies besides the obvious Jesus motif, “the chosen one” complex. If you’re on the outside spectrum, the group of those who didn’t care for this movie for it’s over abundance of… everything, then I completely understand. It does get a bit silly with all the leather/spandex, the high design shades, and the often-cheesy dialog—I can get that. As I may not have said before, I am a lover of films that make me think and feel and The Matrix Trilogy (subtracted from all the things that make it so Sci-fi heavy) is a movie that does just that.

You came into the wrong neighborhood, motherfucker.
Welcome to the Thunderdome.

10: The Chronicles of Riddick (2000-2004) – An obvious choice, some may think, but I feel that I love these films mostly because of how much it stands out from a good number of films. You have a serial killer who’s absurdly loveable (I call the “loveable asshole”), a woman drowned in guilt for how she came upon being looked up to as the leader/captain, a little boy who may not be who he says he is, and a group of characters not just for killing off. Well… maybe just the holy man’s followers.

When day sinks away with the sun and night casts a blanket of perpetual darkness, what are you more afraid of? The shroud? Or what crawls from the depths of it?

Consider the latter.
They aim to misbehave.

11: Serenity (2005) – Allow me to contain my love for t—FIIIIIIIIIIIIREFLYYYYYYYYY!!

“Ahem. Let’s continue,” she insisted with a nervous quiver.

The captain and his crew.

Serenity is a film based off their TV show, Firefly. Written and directed by “God of The Nerds”, Joss Whedon, this film gives so much of what the fans wanted to see especially after Firefly’s premature cancellation years before. Whedon even confirmed that this movie was just a condensed version of what he planned season two to be, allowing room for true fans to be hopeful for the future. Since it has been five years since the movie aired, the chances are stacked greatly against the dream of seeing Serenity fly across the stars on the big or small screen but our hope gleams bright even in the darkness of space.

The firefly we have all come to love and all wish we owned.

I’d like to be honest about my fandom and how it started. As sad as it makes me not to have enjoyed Firefly when it first aired (back in yesteryear of 2002), I actually watched Serenity first somewhere around 2006. If I can say anything other than how frustrated as a fan that I couldn’t have supported it from way back when… is that Serenity is written in such a beautiful way that new comers to the franchise can just jump write in and you won’t feel as if you missed something. In one clean opening shot, you get introduced to the crew and their duty on the ship.

What an introduction.

If you can, check out the show if you’ve seen the film. If you haven’t seen either, I would suggest you watch the movie first if you’re not too into a slow paced pilot episode but believe me when I say that it’s all amazing once you push your way through the first two episodes. They’re all great stories.

This series raised me and I wasn’t even aware.

12: Star Wars (1977-2005) – Okay, I know, I cheat like this way too often but either agree with me or suck it up!

This is my favorite movie franchise, my favorite story, my favorite universe; Star Wars has given birth to the Jedi Order, to Wookies, Ewoks, the Huts, Jar-Jar, not-terribly-epic-in-hindsight space battles, Human-Cyborg relations (not like that you sicko), to a plethora of unique and endlessly compelling lure that keeps you watching. Lightsabers being one of the coolest weapons to have ever come out of a Sci-Fi wet dream, this series offers so much to be loved or hated yet either way there’s much passion for and against it.

For a movie made outta someone’s basement, this seemed fun to be apart of.

A boy born from the prophesized Jedi to bring balance and peace to the Force; with him journeys an old man to train Luke in the ways of the force, a reluctant and handsome smuggler, a tall man in a furry suit, and two endlessly ill-equipped robots that overcome the oddest of trials. This movie provides a unique escape for Sci-Fi enthusiasts; it’s a must-see for anyone strong with The Force.

Very, very… strong in The Force.

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Where Fathers and Sons game Together!

Falcon Game Reviews

Unprofessional Opinions on Games

Buns Are All That You Require

Naughty Stories and Mature Content

LightningEllen's Release

Chaotic ramblings of a backlogged gamer, outcast Final Fantasy XIII trilogy fanatic, wannabe writer, and forever cranky INFJ

Hannah Fearless

Nerdy thoughts and musings

nostalgia trigger

a blog about video games from a guy stuck in the 90s

Mr. Panda's Video Game Reviews

Reviewing Nintendo games both new and old!



"But some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again."

The Shameful Narcissist Speaks

Fanfiction, essays, reviews, and more.

The Late Night Session

When we're not sleeping, we're gaming. Mostly.

Lindsey Livings

My own online memory book about traveling, living, and whatever happens with me and my German boyfriend

I Played The Game!

The games I play and my thoughts on them.

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