Category - Reviews

LA Haunted Hayride 2018 Review

The LA Haunted Hayride is back for 2018, this time celebrating its 10th anniversary. With the event now under the umbrella of the Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group, how does this year’s hayride compare to its previous incarnations...

The 17th Door 2018 Review

Full disclosure: I only went to The 17th Door once before and I absolutely hated it. It was opening night of their first year and I don’t know if it was inaugural jitters or my own jaded, freshly-retired from Knott’s Scary Farm perspective but...

Castle Dark 2018 Review

If you live in Riverside or are a hardcore fan of Southern California theme parks, you probably have heard of Castle Park. Built in 1976 by famed theme park ride designer Bud Hurlbut, Castle Park has been entertaining families for decades. Now...

myCharge myFlipShade Phone Shade Review

When you use your phone in public spaces, particularly crowded ones, you tend to find someone peeking at your phone.  I notice this especially in airplanes where people often don’t bring anything to entertain themselves and with a short...

Knott’s Scary Farm 2018 Review

The granddaddy of Halloween haunted events, Knott’s Scary Farm, is back again for its 46th season. This year, the park has added a couple new mazes as well as revamped some older ones, but it has also lost its star in the retirement of...

The Bard’s Tale IV: Barrows Deep Review

Many of you gamers out there might remember a classic PC gaming series known as The Bard’s Tale. First released in 1985, Tales Unknown Volume I: The Bard’s Tale put gamers in charge of a party of adventurers seeking to stop an evil...

Telltale’s The Walking Dead Final...

I have been following the story of Clementine and her horrifying adventures among The Walking Dead since the beginning several seasons ago.  It has been one a few different platforms too making it so that when it comes to my decisions...

Jurassic World Evolution Review (PC)

Jurassic World Evolution starts off wonderfully with the beautifully detailed island jungle underneath the helicopter as it heads toward the landing pad.  Then Ian Malcolm, voiced beautifully by Jeff Goldblum fills us in on what’s in...