At once bloated and rushed, Eternals suffers from frequent lurches in tempo that dispel its occasional moments of tranquil thoughtfulness.
He Who Walks Behind the Rows is sure to be appeased by the cornucopia of bonus materials on Arrow’s 4K Blu-ray.
"Far In" highlights Helado Negro’s knack for constructing minimally psychedelic but seductively melodic soundscapes.
Lost Judgment feels like a genuine alternative to the Yakuza games of yore, albeit one that’s still reluctant to leave its comfort zone.
Nonsensical characterization is the order of the day throughout House of Ashes.
The game is an unholy hybrid of a roguelike deck-builder and escape-room experience.
The game perfects the 2D trappings of Metroid’s mechanics and hands players so much freedom when it comes to exploration.
The game’s aesthetic is wondrous, but you may remember Eastward most for its disrespect for the player’s time.
The game doesn’t fail, but it’s easy to imagine the better one that isn’t too big for its britches.
Chucky walks a fascinating tonal tightrope as a funny, absurd series that engenders sympathy as well as shock.
The filmmaker discusses the undertones that he perceives in the novel that he wanted to bring to the fore for his two-part production.
Late Summer is a quiet novel about loneliness, the universal human desire to be seen and felt, and the slow cost of isolation.