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Trash Culture
Josh LookJosh Look   September 23, 2016   199  
We've all become God's madmen, all of us.
Boardgame Reviews
Michael BarnesMichael Barnes   September 22, 2016   379  
Morth's the pity?
Five Second Reviews
Black BarneyBlack Barney   September 22, 2016   176  
Fantastic. Great crime drama starring Chris Pine and the always amazing Jeff Bridges as a Texas Ranger trying to outwit some small-time bank robbers. Pretty boy Chris Pine takes a bit of time to grow into the role of a mastermind bank robber, but don't worry. He does. All the characters are remarkably deep. Even just a random waitress is explored to a surprising amount. The cinematography is beautiful. You really feel the big sky of Texas and it's great. Note that this isn't an action movie at...
Five Second Reviews
Black BarneyBlack Barney   September 21, 2016   163  
A French and Polish film set in a convent in liberated 1945 Poland. Countries liberated by the Red Army found themselves with a bunch of unwanted pregnancies resulting from gross and rampant sexual assault by undisciplined soldiers. You can imagine the unique situation of a convent finding itself with a bunch of pregnant nuns and how they would have to deal with that. Soliciting the help of an atheist medical professional, Mathilde, the brave nuns try to balance their shame with their faith. Look, it's not an easy movie. Mathilde's lover and...
Trash Culture
Egg ShenEgg Shen   September 21, 2016   179  
Welcome back to a very special installment of the F:AT Snack Attack.  In previous articles we’ve looked at Kettle Corn and the world’s tastiest corn taquito chip.  This time I’m going to be covering something very near and dear to my heart.  Something that I’m sure many of you are all familiar with.  Yup, it’s the tasty green concoction which looks like Re-animator serum.  It’s Hi C’s Ecto Cooler!  
Trash Culture
wadenelswadenels   September 19, 2016   271  
I PnP a couple games a year, at minimum.  Usually they're big productions, not just a handful of tokens and cards.  My last big project was Talisman 2e, which included everything ever made for it.  Right now I'm working on Dune.  Despite my leanings towards big PnP projects I do them as simply and cheaply as possible.  Here's my method.
Interviews
MattDPMattDP   September 18, 2016   590  
If you played tabletop games of any stripe in Britain in the 80's, Games Workshop was your entire world. The world-famous retailer of miniature battle games started life in 1975 as a small importer of exotic games. Even if you didn't play any of the classic titles they designed in-house, any hobby material in shops stood a good chance of having come in through GW. My gaming life started out as a slavish acolyte of their products and imports. Yet over the last three decades I've come to hate them and love them again twice over. Most recently I...
Trash Culture
Josh LookJosh Look   September 16, 2016   208  
Demons aren't gonna ring the doorbell!
Boardgame Reviews
Egg ShenEgg Shen   September 14, 2016   378  
Like any horror franchise worth its salt, Zombicide is back with another installment. Just like most horror sequels this one has a twist!  Wizards and Warriors are the new flavor du jour.  Chainsaws have become broadswords and uzis are now crossbows.  So besides a stylistic face-lift does this new version improve upon the game in any meaningful way?
Boardgame Reviews
MattDPMattDP   September 12, 2016   475  
This new edition of Mansions of Madness is a box full of paradoxes. It feels bold and inventive, yet has an obvious design lineage to its original edition and to other app driven games from Fantasy Flight. It offers the sense of close co-operation between players but has little real meat or strategy. It provides adventure and mystery while actually being quite repetitive. Making sense of it is enough to drive you insane. At the core of the confusion is the software which drives the game. While using an app to turn a co-operative game...
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