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Netflix, Cut the SHIT!

By Corey Floyd

Netflix, you have been doing really well for the past few years. You've had some great original series; House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, and a great show with Chelsea, but today I can’t help but notice you have been dropping the ball and letting Hollywood play you for fools. Buying meh movies for big money is a problem.  If you noticed the cover of this article has a poor done CGI Woody Woodpecker on it. No, its not fan art, sadly it’s one of the streaming services recently added movies. These ten-million-dollar crap jobs are not even good enough to keep kids distracted in my opinion. Not worth the keystrokes to even review. I hope they did spend too much money acquiring this cause it’s not worth it.
The Cloverfield Paradox was Netflix shooting itself in the foot. The other two films in the franchise were mysterious and excellent. They were also great from a business aspect with low budgets but and big profits. This franchise is from Paramount and something wen…

Let the Hunt Begin Monster Hunter World Review By Luiggi Cavanna

This game is like Dark Souls meets.. WAIT! where are you going? I was just joking don’t go!! I’m sorry but I had to make the joke, come on. To be fair there’s a lot people that are new to this franchise that might make that comparison but don’t just go get your hunting horn and try to squash them just yet. This is good, we have new people interested in this game and that was the goal that Capcom had in mind. This game made so many drastic changes from previous sequels to attract more people in the western market and at the same time kept most of the formula that made Monster Hunter the game that it is. Monster Hunter is back giving us a perfect balance between old and new that honestly (spoiler alert for the rest of the review) seems perfect to me.
Welcome to Monster Hunter World!!
I have to say, Monster Hunter World is a breath of fresh air for the franchise. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE Monster Hunter, but it was in serious need for an update to some of the mechanics and is also nice …

Gaslight gets Greenlight! Movie Reveiw (some spoiler) By Corey Floyd

Gotham by Gaslight was a one shot made back in 1989. It shows a 19th century gotham and of course a 19th century Batman.  It was super popular and have received a sequel. Both were written by Mike Mignola most know for the Hellboy series. Now we fast forward to 2018 were it has been adapted into animated movie. It was directed by Sam Liu who has been under for the confusing take on The Killing Joke. That hiccup has been forgotten with this trip to another timeline.   In this story Gotham is being plagued by the most infamous serial killer of all time Jack the Ripper. In this tale of “Who did it” we see a lot of familiar DC faces.  Selina Kyle (above) is still a badass being played by Jessica Carpenter.      We get a surprise easter egg with not one but three Robins as wayward orphans  who play a small role in the film.  The film starts with the death of one of my favorite villains (OOPS SPOILER!!). If you have never heard of this film your gonna have a real good time watching it it…