Jumanji is back with a new DLC, which in itself is odd because it’s a cartridge-based video game, where our heroes once again need to save the land of Jumanji from a new villainous boss, Jurgen The Brutal. Spencer (Alex Wolff), Fridge (Ser’Darius Blain), Martha (Morgan Turner), & Bethany (Madison Iseman) return to once again face the many challenges contained within the mystical game of Jumanji.
Pennywise and the Losers battle it out once again as the conclusion to the Stephen King adaptation arrives on 4K/blu-ray this week. Is the sequel worth picking up or should it be left on the shelf? Check out our full review to see!
Martin Scorsese’s latest, The Irishman, has arrived on Netflix, offering more than your typical mob film along with some stellar performances. Check out our full review!
Throughout the years, Call of Duty has been at the top of the First Person Shooter (FPS) genre in sales. As demand has changed, so has the Call of Duty Franchise and its fans. We have gone from WW1 to space wars, but one story that has always stayed the same is MODERN WARFARE. Fans were drawn to Modern Warfare because of its dark gritty tale of terrorism, guerrilla warfare, and against all odds style of storyline. With soft reboots being a new normality, why not relaunch a franchise like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare? Here is our review of the latest in Activision's FPS mega-hits Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.