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Project Wingman Composer Opens Up About Scoring a Unique Aerial Combat Game in New ‘Making of’ Video

Historically speaking, there’s pretty much never been a shortage of video games about flying and/or aerial warfare. Ever since Ultimate Air Combat launched for the…
Josh Chesler / May 12, 2021

Resident Evil Village Producer Tsuyoshi Kanda on the Series’ Infectious Success and Evolution

When you talk about the biggest video game series in history, Resident Evil is right up there with the Street Fighters, Super Marios, and Maddens…
Josh Chesler / May 5, 2021

Dallas Sonnier Doesn’t Run From a Fight

(Writer's Note: Prior to this interview, I was aware of the accusations regarding Sonnier where he is accused of protecting a dangerous employee. An earlier…
Mike Postalakis / April 27, 2021

Boy George Biopic Karma Chameleon to Start Filming in Summer 2021

In 2019, when Boy George announced his biopic, he mentioned that he wanted Sophie Turner to play him. Now that biopic is becoming more of a…
Katherine Turman / April 20, 2021

Sasquatch Murder Mystery Rolls Out on Hulu in Time for 4/20

It may have a beautiful name, but the Emerald Triangle — the tri-county region in Northern California known for producing an abundance of weed —…
Jolie Lash / April 20, 2021

Outriders Is the Loot-Heavy RPG-Shooter You and Your Friends Have Been Waiting For

If there’s one game that’s surprised a lot of people in this new console generation (other than Astro’s Playroom), it’s Outriders. Written off…
Josh Chesler / April 8, 2021

What’s It Like to Be a Woman in Stand-Up Comedy? It’s Hysterical

FX is stepping behind the velvet rope with Hysterical, a documentary about emerging and established female comics that looks at how the comedy…
Jolie Lash / April 5, 2021

Whatever Is Left of It

April 1st (aka April Fool's Day) marks 13 months since independent venues have been shut down across the country due to COVID-19, including comedy clubs…
Cris Italia / April 1, 2021

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Soundtrack Gets Limited Edition Colored Vinyl Release

Fans of the Assassin's Creed Valhalla soundtrack can finally rejoice, as their wish for a limited edition vinyl release has finally come true. Ubisoft partnered with…
Josh Chesler / March 31, 2021

Simply the Best

To be a Baptist gospel choir singer from Nutbush, Tennessee, and dream of being the first Black rock and roll performer to sell out football…
Erica Campbell / March 27, 2021

Grammy-Nominated DJ Kaskade Explains Why He’s Performing in Fortnite Tonight

If normal live-streamed performances haven't been enough for you during the COVID era, Epic Games are back with another big addition to their Fortnite Party Royale…
Josh Chesler / March 26, 2021

Robert Banks Is a One-Man Movie Studio

The employees of the Lakeview Cemetery, on the east side of Cleveland, watched as a busload of kids and adults dressed in bizarre costumes made…
Mike Postalakis / March 25, 2021

Monster Hunter Rise Aims to Make Monster Hunter More Accessible Than Ever Before

For the first 15 years of its existence, Monster Hunter was a pretty niche video game series that had really only seen modest success outside…
Josh Chesler / March 24, 2021

‘It Needs to Sound Like a Warm Bath’: Saint Maud Composer on Scoring the Year’s Most Unsettling Horror Movie

A year of pandemic has stolen countless experiences from us—and one of them was seeing Saint Maud, the year’s most quietly unsettling horror film, on…
Zach Schonfeld / March 24, 2021

‘It Was Their Childhood’: Looking Back on 30 Years of Clarissa Explains It All

Believe it or not, it’s been 30 years since Clarissa Explains It All first aired. For five seasons, Melissa Joan Hart and the rest of…
Josh Chesler / March 23, 2021
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