August 26, 2013 · 8:00 AM
There was so much stuff to talk about that we had to split it into two parts. HOW COOL IS THAT?!
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(0:00) Gone Home Official Soundtrack
(3:16) DuckTales Remastered
(18:13) Gone Home
(27:25) Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
(41:27) Alex’s PS Vita
(46:54) Papers, Please
(53:56) Saint’s Row IV
(58:00) Upcoming Game Releases
(1:05:35) Breaking Bad Season 5
(1:08:21) The Wire Catch-Up
(1:12:50) Neon Genesis Evangelion & End of Evangelion
(1:42:28) Komm Susser, Tod
(0:00) Looking for the Magic by Dwight Twilley Band
(0:59) The Act of Killing
(31:50) Blue Jasmine
(45:25) You’re Next
( 1:05:05) The World’s End/Chris meets Pegg, Frost, and Wright
(1:21:46) Future Releases
(1:35:50) Happy Hour by Housemartins
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August 22, 2013 · 12:35 PM
Here’s my latest Movie Mezzanine review. The fun, brutal, hysterical You’re Next from director Adam Wingard. Republished from my LAFF coverage for your reading pleasure. Click here to read.
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Tagged as adam wingard, AJ Bowen, Barbara Crampton, Joe Swanberg, Sharni Vinson, simon barrett, Ti West, you're next
June 17, 2013 · 4:42 PM
I finally got to see You’re Next and it was as good as I’ve heard. Click here to read my review.