Archive | September, 2011

Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Xbox 360) Review

Summary [8.5 out of 10] A prequel to the other games in the series, Deus Ex Human Revolution follows Adam Jensen, the head of security at a bio-tech corporation, who becomes embroiled in corporate and industrial espionage that turns into a much bigger plot than anyone expected. The game is a first person game that offers […]

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Moneyball Movie Review

Engaging and funny, Moneyball is an excellent and unique movie that offers up a great story with terrific performances. Based on a book of the same name, Moneyball tells the true story of Oakland Athletics’s General Manager Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) and his attempt to allow his low budget ball club compete with bigger market […]

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Contagion Movie Review

One of the most horrifying movies I have seen in quite some time, Contagion is a sobering and realistic look at the progression of a deadly viral outbreak and how it would be handled. Jumping from several interconnected stories, Steven Soderberg puts together a fairly epic film that covers all the bases and manages not […]

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Red State Movie Review

A massive departure from his usual comedy films, Red State is not only writer/director Kevin Smith’s best looking movie but it may be his most controversial. Red State revolves around a cult like mega church in the vein of the Jim Phelps led Westboro Baptist Church in which the patriarchal preacher Abin Cooper (Michael Parks) […]

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Save $10 on Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine for the PC

  I have been interested in Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine since I first saw it at E3 this year and was surprised at how well it played and felt. Knowing nothing about the lore behind Warhammer 40k, I was hesitant to put in a pre-order before its release and wait to see how the reviews […]

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Patrick’s Top 10 Favorite 2011 Summer Movies

As the summer comes to an end it is time to look back and reflect on the films the studios offered up in this most popcorn butter soaked time of year. At the beginning of the season I put up a list of my 10 Most Anticipated Summer Movies and, now that it is all […]

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