I’m putting it out there – horror as a genre is just plain better when you’re controlling the action on screen. Think about it: As a passive viewer of any given film, be it in the cinema or at home, you’re relegated to merely reacting to everything. 178 more words
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This weekend between working up at school at my job, I managed to watch all 8 episodes of Stranger Things. It’s pretty great. It’s all about a roughly 12 year old boy who mysteriously disappears one night and the people who attempt to find him, including his three 12 year old friends, his mother and teenage brother, the chief of police, one of his friend’s sister and her boyfriend, and a strange little girl that turns up one day. 113 more words
After a bit of a hiatus for summer vacation, I’m back for more video game posts!
I recently finished the original Silent Hill trilogy. I’m homesick for my little lakeside town, so I decided to revisit Silent Hill by checking out Shattered Memories. 1,995 more words
We’ve certainly come a long way when it comes to sound effects in video games. When we first started playing, all we heard were just a few blips and bloops. 1,579 more words
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories tries its best to live up to the franchise, it really does. It works to elaborate on the sense of isolation and danger of SH 1 and 2 and tries to introduce some new, interesting elements. 1,820 more words