Jonathan Robbins talks about Clutch, violence in media, and the future of digital mediums.
Enemies of Rome gives Spartacus a worthy foe and explores a man becoming bigger than his message.
Somebody at the EPA needs to shut down Beeline Interactive’s Ghostbusters.
The upcoming SyFy series Defiance is more than just a show, it’s a giant cross-medium gamble.
2010’s Stake Land is a primer on avoiding cliches when creating a post-apocalyptic movie with supernatural themes.
Post Mortem Press’ Fear the Abyss anthology skillfully explores the darker sides of science, knowledge, and the burdens that come with both.
NRA Practice Range emerges at the intersection of milquetoast spin doctoring and bad game design.
Which games from Adam’s Steam Greenlight queue will make the cut this month?
Wherein Battle Royale (the novel) strays from the thematic conventions I have come to expect from Japanese popular culture.
In Lockout, directors Stephen St. Leger and James Mather ask, “In space, can anybody hear Guy Pearce crack wise?”