Tag: Cinelinx reviews

Hands-On With Wacom’s Cintiq 16 (Video Review)

Jordan takes a look at Wacom's new drawing display/tablet, the Cintiq 16, which looks to bring all the quality you've come to expect from the brand at a more consumer friendly price. Come inside to check out our thoughts!

Outlaw King

The exploits of Robert the Bruce come to life in Netflix's latest original movie, Outlaw King, but is the retelling a worthy historical epic or does it fall flat? Come inside to check out my full review!

The Dark Tower

After spending many years in development Hell, and facing countless obstacles, The Dark Tower is finally hitting the big screen this week.  It’s a weird jumble of a movie that works better than it should, but needed much more work to feel right.  Come inside to check out my full review. 

The Lightless Trilogy: Radiate (Book)

C.A. Higgins is back with the final book in her Lightless trilogy, Radiate, bringing her personal story about civil war and rogue spaceships to a close.  Is the final chapter worth picking up?  Check out my review of the new book release to find out! 

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

War is tearing apart the kingdom, dastardly plots abound, and the enemy army is vastly superior.  Throw in some character (over) drama and, yep, you’ve found yourself in a new Fire Emblem game!  Echoes: Shadows of Valentia has arrived on 3DS, and despite harkening back to some older Fire Emblem mechanics is still a lot of fun.  Check out our full review to see if it’s worth picking up!

Marvel Year by Year – Updated and Expanded

Marvel/DK have partnered up to bring forth a brand new version of Marvel Year by Year, adding in new details and facts for comic lovers to gobble up.  Is the update worth picking up this time around?  Come inside to check out my review and see.  

Manchester By The Sea

It’s an odd phenomenon, falling in love with a character written for the screen. Odder too, to be crying for them, laughing at them, priding their achievement; scowling their shortcomings... You’re invested in the giving of many, the bit the writer’s and directors have given of themselves, and the crews perceptions of those things... When these people love what they do -- it rubs off, you're falling in love with the pieces they’ve shed. Something like that happens in Manchester By The Sea, the latest, great, American Drama. 

The Conjuring 2 (Blu-Ray)

James Wan’s sequel to The Conjuring lands on blu-ray this week, allowing you to bring the scares (and one creepy Nun) into your house.  Based on the real investigation on the Enfield Haunting in the UK, Conjuring 2 manages to deliver a better story with fewer scares.  Come inside to check out the full review! 

How To Be Single

After taking a "break" from a long term relationship with her college BF Josh, Alice (Dakota Johnson) tries to find herself. We're introduced to Robin (Rebel Wilson), Alice's party girl co-worker who lives for the crazy world of all night parties and causal dating.  What ensues in an "unexpected" adventure.  Come inside to check out our full review. 

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies EE

The Extended Edition for Peter Jackson's final The Hobbit film, The Battle of the Five Armies, is hitting store shelves soon offering fans the chance at one more excursion to Middle-Earth.  Does this version’s extra run time give fans more of what they want, or continue to water down the story?  Come inside to check out my review.  

Everything Is Canon: Sisters Of The Snake

On this new episode of Everything is Canon, Steve talks to the powerhouse sister writing team of Sarena and Sasha Nanua all about their...