Reviews on the Run
Jumping Back into Amplitude
Jose takes a look at the remake of the rhythm game Amplitude, and finds out what Harmonix decided to revisit it.
Harold and Jose
Harold is a new side-scrolling platformer with plenty of humour, so we sent our funniest host Jose to find out all he could.
What is The Talos Principle?
The Talos Principle sounds like it should be the title of an old Star Trek episode, but it's actually the name of a new sci-fi puzzle game. Jose has a closer look.
Meet the Awesome Asian Bad Guys
Shaun catches up with the creators of the new comedy Awesome Asian Bad Guys, inspired by classic kung fu action movies.
Tesla Breaks the World! Review
Why Horror? Let’s Find Out!
Why is the horror genre so popular? That's the question posed in a new documentary called Why Horror? Shaun catches up with the film's subject and horror expert Tal Zimerman for the answer.
Kira Hall and Ryan Couldrey on Snow
Snow is a new movie based on a graphic novel of the same name, about a woman forced to stand up for herself. Shaun stands up with star Kira Hall and director Ryan Couldrey to find out more.
To Be George Takei
Jose catches up with the original Mr. Sulu himself George Takei and the rest of the people behind the new documentary To Be Takei, about the actor's life, career, and the many challenges he's faced.
Getting Gory with The Editor
The Editor is a new movie that pays homage to the gory Italian "giallo" films of the 1970s, and Shaun tracks down directors Matthew Kennedy and Adam Brooks to learn more.
Getting Bloody Knuckles with Director Matt O’Mahoney
Marissa tracks down director Matt O’Mahoney for a look at his horror/comedy Bloody Knuckles, screening October 3 at the Vancouver International Film Festival.
Getting to Know Songs She Wrote About People She Knows
Shaun gets to know the stars of the new comedy/musical Songs She Wrote About People She Knows, playing this week at the Vancouver International Film Festival.
How Neverending Nightmares Tackles Mental Illness
Jose catches up with the maker of Neverending Nightmares, a new psychological horror game that aims to show the world what it's like living with mental illness.
What’s It Like Being an Indie Developer?
Victor sits down with Retro City Rampage creator Brian Provinciano, Luftrausers creator Rami Ismail, and former Nintendo indie lead Dan Adelman to get their take on the state of independent gaming.
What Are Indie Devs Missing Out On?
We've got a slick set of Indie Game Developer Gurus joining Vic and guest host Brian Provinciano today. Rami Ismail and Dan Adelman are speakers for the Full Indie Summit that's in Vancouver, BC this weekend. They bring experience, knowledge, and passion to the table a
Super Comboman Review
Kevin Eastman and Randall Lobb on Turtle Power
Shaun emerges from his shell to chat with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman and filmmaker Randall Lobb about the new documentary Turtle Power.
What is UemeU?
UemeU, pronounced You-Me-You, is a cool new sandbox game for the PC. Jose tracked down lead developer Jeremy Hindle for a closer look.
Geeks Get The Girls In Love & Engineering
Why are some people so bad at romance, even when they're smart about everything else? Shaun chats with the maker of the new documentary Love & Engineering to find out.
Video Games: The Movie Review
Constant C Review
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