I was really taken with Sam Barlow’s interactive narrative Her Story when it was released in 2015, but is the much anticipated followup, Telling Lies, as gripping? Maybe not, but it’s much more ambitious and tells an enthralling story nonetheless.
When Supermassive Games released Until Dawn back in 2015 it was the reason I bought a Playstation 4. I’ve picked up all their games since then, and now their new narrative horror series, The Dark Pictures Anthology, has kicked off so
Blink of an Eye may be a love letter to Dale Earnhardt Senior and to the sport of racing, but ultimately, it’s a one-pager that belongs in the NASCAR Hall of Fame and doesn’t have all the emotional impact that a good love letter should.
Despite this notable lack of features, I’m happy to have this in my collection regardless, however until a special edition comes out, The Last Black Man in San Francisco is a film that’s best suited for a digital purchase
As someone mildly obsessed with this time in New York’s history, I was already drawn to Cruising, but the fantastic remaster and commentary make this a must-buy despite the other bonus content being somewhat scant.
Tigers Are Not Afraid is an excellent piece of genre cinema that is, at times, as beautiful as it is horrific, presenting a new and wholly unique perspective of how pervasive the drug cartels are in Mexico and specifically how they can affect all those surrounding them.