This review of The Last of Us: Left Behind DLC Content will mention specific parts of the main storyline but will not contain spoilers of the DLC content. The review is intended for readers that have already enjoyed and finished the main campaign. Please, if you have not finished the main story, do so now. This review will still be here. We will not leave you behind.
The Last of Us was amazing and revolutionary and the $15 DLC does the exact same thing in a smaller dose. Left Behind’s story simply adds another layer of complexity to the characters that inhabit this world and it leaves us with quite possibly the best DLC story we’ve seen in years. Continue reading
Hi there, Snouty Piggies. We’ve been busy with a lot of stuff but we’re preparing a couple of huge articles surrounding upcoming games and this is a teaser for those articles.
Open Grave (2013) will arrive stateside January 3, 2014 and we’ve got the recently released trailer. The horror film is about Sharlto Copley’s character waking up in a mass grave of fresh corpses completely unaware how he got there. He meets with strangers that also have no clue how they got there. Watch the trailer after the jump. Continue reading
The teaser trailer to the sequel of The Raid: Redemption has hit the web. Officially dubbed The Raid: Berandal will be released in March 2014 and looks to take off where the last one ended with its star now infiltrating Jakarta’s underworld crime syndicate. See the trailer after the jump. Continue reading
Happy Halloween to you Snouty Piggies. We have treats in the form of bloody fantastic short films you can watch in between all the feature length horror movies you will be devouring or put them on for those midday and afternoon snacks all this after the jump. Continue reading
The Simpsons opening title sequences are pretty much the only thing it’s got going for it these days but really, those first few minutes of animation are always fantastic. If you haven’t seen the opening to the latest Treehouse of Horror you can watch it and the references after the jump. It’s totally worth a few minutes of your time. Continue reading
To say this year has been filled with gaming news would be a huge understatement, not only because of the fact that Sony and Microsoft are releasing their latest game consoles but also because we are witnessing the most heated discussion between all the fanbases in gaming history. Up until this generation the only things discussed, at least casually, by the game console users, were hardware specs and game exclusivity. But because there are so many with so much knowledge about the industry we love that the upcoming generation is discussing Digital Rights Management (DRM) implementation, used game sales policy, independent developer support, big publishers playing favorites, online services, et al. Continue reading
Day 13 of our 31 Nights of Modern Halloween Horror Classics and it’s Zombie Sundays! Every Sunday we selected a zombie film to accompany your viewing of The Walking Dead and tonight we pair it with [REC]. Gif files, video, analysis and more after the jump. Continue reading
Day 12 is a double feature starting off with Frailty (2001) and ending the night with Saw (2004). We’ve got analysis, clips, and gifs plus commentary that didn’t make it to the final cut of the video all available. We’re really starting to ramp up the horror as we quickly approach the ides of October. Continue reading
Episode 3 has arrived and we march on with our month long fright film festival: 31 Nights of Modern Halloween Horror Classics. We cover five modern horror movies with clips, analysis explaining why they are among the best of modern horror. Continue reading