Critical Role Recap: Episode 68 – “Cloak and Dagger”

By | September 29th, 2016|Critical Role Recap, Nick's Posts|

Ooof. Here we go. SPOILERS for Critical Role Episode 68 (obviously).  Go check out the full episode at GeekandSundry.com! (Pending technical difficulties). My recap of Episode 67 can be found here. Vox Machina lands on the beaches of Glintshore and the prepare to square off against the nefarious Anna Ripley and her hired henchmen, now [...]

NTSOE: Harry Potter Books Ranked from Least Favorite to Favorite

By | September 28th, 2016|Books, Nerdiest Talk Show on Earth, Tanner's Posts|

On this episode of NTSOE, the Project Derailed crew lists off the Harry Potter books, ranking them from least favorite to their all time favorite with a wide variety of choices for each of the three. https://soundcloud.com/ntsoe/episode-25-the-harry-potter-books-ranked-from-worst-to-best

Will Season 2 of Scream Queens Live Up to Season 1

By | September 28th, 2016|Fiona's Posts, Television|

After two episodes, it doesn't look good for season 2 of Scream Queens. The surviving characters of season 1 have left Wallace University and moved onto the Caregivers United in Restorative Etiology Institute Hospital, also known as C.U.R.E., where they cure incurable diseases and work their way through medical school. The Red Devil killer is [...]

Critical Role Recap: Episode 67 – “The Race to Glintshore”

By | September 26th, 2016|Critical Role Recap, Nick's Posts|

SPOILERS for Critical Role Episode 67 (obviously).  Go check out the full episode at GeekandSundry.com! My recap of Episode 66 can be found here. After discovering the handywork of Percy's nemesis, Anna Ripley, Vox Machina plots their pursuit. Previously on Critical Role The party had an audience with the emperor of Ank'harel, the mysterious J'mon Sa Ord. [...]

Classic Movie Review: To Kill a Mockingbird

By | September 21st, 2016|Fiona's Posts, Movies|

Disclaimer: while the film To Kill a Mockingbird is an exceptional adaptation of the classic novel of the same name, this review and analysis will only focus on the film. It will also ignore Harper Lee's second novel, Go Set a Watchman. To Kill a Mockingbird is, in my opinion, one of the greatest films [...]

Reality Showdown: Chopped vs Cutthroat Kitchen

By | September 16th, 2016|Fiona's Posts, Pop Culture, Television|

Since the 1940's, there have been televised reality-style competition shows. In the past 7o or so years, however, the genre has been refined. There have been shows for people with a variety of talents, but, two shows in particular have emerged as the best of the best for competition shows for chefs: Cutthroat Kitchen and [...]

Critical Role Recap – Episode 66 – “A Traveler’s Gamble”

By | September 15th, 2016|Critical Role Recap, Nick's Posts|

So, I noticed these were starting to get a little wordy so I am making an effort to keep them a little more abbreviated. SPOILERS for Critical Role Episode 66 (obviously).  Go check out the full episode at GeekandSundry.com! My recap of Episode 65 can be found here. Vox Machina parlay with J'mon Sa Ord, [...]

Spoiler-Free Review: Kubo and the Two Strings

By | September 13th, 2016|Fiona's Posts, Movies, Pop Culture|

Kubo and the Two Strings is just as magical and thoughtful as the trailers will have you believe. In addition to being visually stunning, the film manages to get a fairly complicated plot across to the viewer with very little trouble. The tight construction of the film makes it one of the best to come [...]

Critical Role Recap: Episode 65 – “The Streets of Ank’harel”

By | September 8th, 2016|Critical Role Recap, Nick's Posts|

SPOILERS for Critical Role Episode 65 (obviously).  Go check out the full episode at GeekandSundry.com! My recap of Episode 64 can be found here. Vox Machina regroups in Whitestone after the grim revelations in Draconia. They decide to head to Marquet and the city of Ank'harel in search of their next vestige, a cloak said [...]

Top 5 Reasons Why No Man’s Sky is the Worst Video Game of this Generation

By | September 1st, 2016|Tanner's Posts, Video Games|

... What is there to say? What is there to say that the rest of this world hasn't already said? No Man's Sky is on the fast track to becoming this generation's Daikatana. It is a game that had so much promise and so much unique possibilities, but all that it ended being was one of the greatest disappointments [...]