LARPing As Represented In ‘Knights Of Badassdom’ And ‘Role Models’

By | February 9th, 2019|Fiona's Posts, Movies|

LARP, live-action roleplaying, is Dungeons and Dragon's less popular sister. At least in the sense of pop culture. While many television shows devote an entire episode to the characters learning about Dungeons and Dragons or referencing a character who has once played the popular tabletop RPG, LARP is demoted to mere visual gags. While a [...]

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Review: Powerbomb

By | December 12th, 2018|Fiona's Posts, Movies|

"It's the type of theater the ancient Greek wish they'd invented." - Powerbomb When I went to see Powerbomb, all I knew was that it was a movie about wrestling. I've only been a fan of wrestling for a few months, having first been introduced to it by a friend, so I was excited to [...]

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What Makes A Christmas Movie A Christmas Movie?

By | December 12th, 2018|Fiona's Posts, Movies|

The holidays bring around a yearly debate: if Die Hard, the 1988 Bruce Willis action movie, is a Christmas movie or not. Classifying films as "a Christmas movie" is not as straightforward as it may seem. While classics like How the Grinch Stole Christmas or A Christmas Prince scream Christmas (it's literally in the name [...]

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“The Dragon Prince” D&D Homebrew – Moonshadow Elves

By | September 19th, 2018|DnD, Dungeons and Dragons, Television, The Dragon Prince D&D|

Very minor spoilers for Netflix's The Dragon Prince. Netflix's The Dragon Prince hit the streaming service last weekend and I may or may not devoured the entire first 9-episode season in a single sitting. In short, it is fantastic and should appeal to any fan of D&D-style high fantasy.  The show honestly feels like a [...]

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