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Sinister

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Article by Daniel Bell After reviewing last month’s film, I was a bit worried about going to see another in fear that it would be just as terrible as the last one. But I had heard good things about “Sinister” and that kept my hopes up. It’s a good thing, because “Sinister” will probably end up being the best horror movie of …

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Night falls on Skyrim – New decisions to make in Dawnguard DLC

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Article by Luke Brahl “Dawnguard,” an expansion to the game “Skyrim,” was released back in late June exclusively for the Xbox 360 and would remain exclusive for thirty days, after which it was released on the PC, and then was planned for release on the Playstation 3. At the present moment PS3 owners still have not gotten their hands on …

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“The Apparition” fails to spook

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Article by Daniel Bell At first glance, Todd Lincoln’s “The Apparition” seemed to be a promising start to the always expected rush of horror flicks to hit the theaters every fall. With an interesting premise (a group of college students conduct an experiment and manifest an entirely new entity with just the power of their belief, and once you believe …

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It’s a kind of “Minecraft”

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Article by James Farbo Each game of “Minecraft” is a randomly generated world of its own, many times the surface area of our little Earth, but built of blocks. That cluster of leaves is a block, you can gather them with the shears that you made from two iron bars, and then you have one block of leaves to do …

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“Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning”

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Article by Luke Brahl On January 17, 2012, I, like many other gamers, was browsing through upcoming games and demos on xBox Live before starting a session of “Skyrim.” And like many other gamers, I stumbled across a downloadable demo for “Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning.” Having received multiple e-mails from EA Games advertising the game, I decided to download the …

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Louis C.K. performs at Beacon Theater

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Article by Brendan Krick Since his first hour-long special, “Shameless,” premiered on HBO in 2007, Louis C.K.’s fame and fanbase have steadily increased. He has released several excellent specials, including a concert film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. His newest special, “Live at the Beacon Theater,” continues his record of consistent excellence. Though his honesty is not quite …