In a world of powerful graphics that portray both unsettling and visually powerful environments deep into the hidden layers of South America, Shadow of the Tomb Raider (2018) blends its action-based narrative into something more powerful. In the rebooted trilogy of the Tomb Raider series, Shadow of the Tomb Raider captures a wonderful conclusion for […]Read More Shadow of the Tomb Raider: “You Always Have a Choice”
Horror films are a part of our film culture that you may love, appreciate, or are lastly, avoided at all costs. I sit on the line of appreciation, for reasons such as the commitment to the variety of costume, sets, imagery and influences that can be seen in horror or horror inspired films. Although I […]Read More A REFLECTION OF HORROR: Unmasking A Genre
In simulation videogames, you are often given the freedom to create and customise a character of your choice and provide guidelines for their living situation. These are two elements that are introduced at the start of your playtime and are two that never leave, giving you the creative freedom to maintain either constant change or […]Read More ANIMAL CROSSING AND STARDEW VALLEY: Finding enjoyment at your own pace.
The town of Wind Gap, Missouri is the essential setting for HBO’s psychological thriller Sharp Objects. Adapted from the novel of the same name by Gillian Flynn, this is where the elusive murder mystery drama takes place. The story follows Camille Preaker (Amy Adams), a journalist and the eldest of three daughters returning home to […]Read More SHARP OBJECTS: A place where home comforts do not exist
Steven Universe (Cartoon Network), created by Rebecca Sugar, is a coming of age animation television show that deals with representation, amongst documenting a well told developed story, established characters and enchanting scenery that provides a heart-warming, soothing experience for a viewer of any age. Steven Universe is a turn of the tide when it comes […]Read More STEVEN UNIVERSE: A new formation of characters and representation.