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REVIEW: Resident Evil: Village-Winters’ Expansion

Resident Evil: Village was one of my favorite games in recent memory, continuing the story of Ethan Winters after the excellent soft continuity reboot of Resident Evil VII. That story brought the horror back...

REVIEW: Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City

Resident Evil is one of my all-time favorite video game franchises but it is also something that I can honestly say no one has ever experienced for their deep and meaningful plots. It’s not...

REVIEW: Resident Evil VII.I

Resident Evil VII.I or Resident Evil: Village is a direct sequel to Resident Evil VII: Biohazard that managed to upend the formula of the franchise in a way similar to Resident Evil IV. It...

REVIEW: The Vessel by Adam Nevill

The Vessel opens with protagonist Jess McMachen in a desperate situation. Having separated from her violent husband, she supports herself on meager wages earned weekly as a caregiver for the elderly. Her primary school-aged...

REVIEW: The Evil Within 2

The Evil Within 2 (2017) is the sequel to, unsurprisingly, The Evil Within (2014) and a game I picked up immediately after finishing the first game. I probably should have played the DLC for...

REVIEW: The Evil Within (2014)

The Evil Within is a game from 2014 and despite being eight years old, is still one the most stunningly lovely games I have ever played in my life. Resident Evil IV is getting...

DISCUSSION: Fallout 76 – Six Years Later

Fallout 76 is a game that both frustrates me as well as invites me in. Six years ago, I was one of the early adopters of the video game and it was one of...

REVIEW: Red River Seven by Anthony Ryan

In this non-stop action ride, Resident Evil meets 28 Days Later as eight people wake up on a boat, heads shaved, a name tattooed on their forearm, and all memory of their lives gone. The...

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The Comfort in Horror

Horror: an intense feeling of fear, shock, or disgust. Horror is an odd genre. Its content, as its name suggests, is designed to instill a feeling of fear, shock, or disgust in its audience...

REVIEW: Cold Sleep by Luke Hindmarsh

I’m a huge fan of Luke Hindmarsh’s Mercury’s Son and 3:33. He’s an underrated science fiction and horror writer which get combined here for an especially good story. He’s so far only done standalones...

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