Horror Movie Review: Leviathan (1989)

Leviathan is a science fiction horror film directed by George P. Cosmatos, it released in 1989. It follows a crew of underwater geologists who encounter a highly infectious, DNA altering disease. This particular affliction causes those affected to be transformed and consumed by a hideous mutant creature.

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Game Review: Q.U.B.E. 2 (Xbox One X)

Q.U.B.E. 2 is a puzzle/platformer video game that was developed by Toxic Games & published by Trapped Nerve Games. Releasing in early 2018, the game eventually went on to be a Game With Gold later that year. Much like the original, Q.U.B.E. 2 is a physics based puzzle game in a similar vein to Portal.

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Game Review: Ashen (Xbox One X)

Ashen can best be described as ‘Souls-like’. It’s set in a sunless world in which the only light that exists comes from eruptions that cover the land in ash. With your trusty lantern in hand, you play as a wanderer in search of a place to call home.

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Game Review: What Remains of Edith Finch (Xbox One X)

Winning a BAFTA for best game in 2017, What Remains of Edith Finch is centred on the character Edith Finch. It’s revealed that she’s the last in the Finch family line which have a perceived curse. They believe that it causes all but one member of each generation to die in unusual ways.

Each death is played out in a short gameplay sequence to the player. The game is presented as an anthology of these mini-experiences, wrapped in the dramatic retelling of the family’s history and fate through Edith’s narration.

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Horror Movie Review: The Tall Man (2012)

Directed by Pascal Laugier (Martyrs), This film is set in a small former mining town where poverty is rife and children are disappearing on a regular basis. The abductions are blamed on a local legend called “The Tall Man.”

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Game Review: We Happy Few (Xbox One X)

We Happy Few is an action-adventure game developed by Compulsion Games and published by Gearbox. England lost World War II. Now everyone in the town of Wellington Wells is taking a drug called Joy to forget the terrible things they did during the four year German occupation. You play as three people who must survive, escape, and deal with the consequences of their forgotten years.

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Horror Movie Review: Book of Monsters (2018)

Sophie’s 18th birthday party becomes a bloodbath when six terrifying monsters descend upon her house, intent on devouring the party guests and killing anyone who tries to leave.

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