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Pacific Rim - A Slow Burn

I didn’t see Pacific Rim, directed by Guillermo del Toro, when it came out last summer. I had wanted to. I had planned to. Giant robots and even gigantic monsters! 578 more words


Dragon Age: Origins

Now before we start here, I love this game so this review might be slightly one sided but we will see!

Dragon Age was released in 2009 and developed by Bio Ware , it is a fantasy RPG based in the world of Ferelden during a “Blight”. 357 more words


'Kali' creator Erica Crockett interview! The Vengeful Mother speaks!

Kali is one of the newest and one of the coolest looking new webcomics we have coming out here at 5D. With a  page once a month, this awesome story is gonna unfold throughout the year, and based on what creator Erica Crockett told me in a recent interview, it looks like we’re gonna be on one hell of a ride! 963 more words

Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013)

The haunted Lambert family seeks to uncover the mysterious childhood secret that has left them dangerously connected to the spirit world. (IMDB)

The Haunted & Haunters… 391 more words


Black Bullet - 01-03 Review

There are SO many animes that start out with poor characters who make this kind of joke. But seriously what’s supposed to be so funny about someone being so poor that he goes hungry throughout the day…? 2,344 more words


Slushy design flaw?

I recently decided that with the upcoming summer it would be pretty fun to have some form of slush making device for when I’m chilling around to cool me down so had a look online to see what I could find and came across a pretty interesting product called “Slushy Magic” so had a little read and it claimed to be able to make slush within a few hours just by chilling the reusable ice-cube bags you get with the product so decided to give it a go. 191 more words


The AFI Top 100 Films: The Godfather Part II (#32)

The Godfather, Part II (1974)
Starring Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Robert Duvall
Written by Francis Ford Coppola (screenplay) and Mario Puzo (screenplay, novel) 868 more words