To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Neil Marshall’s The Descent (2005), we have posted a retrospective review. Note that this has nothing to do with the 1999 novel The Descent, written by Jeff Long, though we recently reviewed that as well. Regardless, read our review to see why we still consider The Descent to be … Continue reading
So, is The Woman in Black 2 as good as its predecessor? No, of course it isn’t. Don’t be stupid. But that having been said, it is actually not a bad film, taken on its own merits. Read our review to learn more about it, and discover whether it or not it … Continue reading
… and no, it has nothing to do with the 2005 movie of the same name, although perhaps we’ll review that next. Read our review of Jeff Long’s The Descent to find out why this lesser known genre-bending horror tale is an under-rated and epic classic.
We’ve just posted a review for Square Enix’s Murdered: Soul Suspect, a new game for PC, XBox 360, XBox One, Playstation 3, and Playstation 4. It is the heartwarming tale of a scrappy young police officer who is brutally murdered and must hunt down his killer from the afterlife. Well, … Continue reading
The Last of Us is without a doubt one of the greatest, most unsettling, and thought provoking games of all time. Read our review to find out why it cannot be missed.
Check out our review of Capcom’s zombie-bashing, vibrator-shooting, over-the-top blood-fest, Dead Rising 2: Off the Record. This video game has everything you’d ever want… assuming you want a middle aged man in his underwear beating zombies to death with frying pans. And who wouldn’t, really?
Here’s our review of the novel that started it all, Stephen King’s Carrie (1974). Though it may seem odd to review a novel from nearly 40 years ago, it is part of ADV’s ongoing effort to review and analyze each of King’s novels in chronological order. As new books come out (such … Continue reading
Our first book review, for Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep is up. Doctor Sleep is the sequel to King’s 1977 classic The Shining, but also tells a story all its own. Read the review to find out if it is worth your time. Don’t worry, the site is eventually going to have a lot more on … Continue reading
The review for Kimberly Pierce’s 2013 adaptation of Stephen King’s Carrie is up! Read on to see how it stacks up against Brian De Palma’s 1976 classic interpretation. And stayed tuned for more content coming up.
Our first review, for Brian De Palma’s 1976 Adaptation of Stephen King’s Carrie, is up. Check in over the next couple of days for our take on both the new 2013 adaptation starring Chloe Grace Moretz and the novel that started it all.