Review

GAMES

I Tried Xbox's Three-In-One Shampoo, Face, and Body Wash

Since my experiment, the scent has followed me around as if I lived and worked in a high school locker room.
Nicole Carpenter
7.1.19
Review

Builders Take a Back Seat to Conquerors in 'Imperator: Rome'

Rome wasn't built in a day. Most of it was stolen.
Rob Zacny
4.30.19
Sex

A Dominatrix Reviews ‘Bonding,’ Netflix’s Show About a Dominatrix

Mistress Blunt, a real-life dominatrix for the last nine years, gives her review of Bonding, a new Netflix series about being a domme.
Mistress Blunt
4.29.19
Gaming

'Days Gone' Is a Parody of Big Budget Video Games

The only interesting part of PlayStation 4's new exclusive is hidden behind dozens of hours of a zombie game you've played before, and better.
Matthew Gault
4.25.19
Review

Sally Rooney's 'Normal People' Are Both Political and Self-Involved

In Sally Rooney's second novel, she explores class, love, and the duality of being a socially concerned and frivolous millennial.
Maris Kreizman
4.12.19
Review

'Falcon Age' Is a Damning Anti-Colonialist Story In Search of a Better Game

Don't get me wrong, I LOVE this cute bird. This bird is like family to me. BUT...
Natalie Watson
4.11.19
The Occupation

'The Occupation' Is a Timely, Slightly Too Paranoid Thriller

Frustrations abound in an otherwise enjoyable and tense indie immersive sim.
Rob Zacny
3.27.19
we saw this

Troye Sivan’s London Live Show Made Me Feel Seen

Queer people are so unused to our stories being told by us, and for us, that when it actually happens, it tends to come as a shock.
Ben Charlie Smoke
3.6.19
Op-Ed

Solange Gave Us 'When I Get Home' After A Frustrating Black History Month

After a Black History Month filled with societal strife, Solange’s new music is a salve of Black sisterhood, resilience, and power.
Bianca Betancourt
3.1.19
Interviews

Gunna Is Ready to Be the GOAT

We caught up with Gunna before the release of his debut album 'Drip or Drown 2,' and the Atlanta rapper is ready to conquer all of rap.
Kristin Corry
2.25.19
Review

'Devotion' Mines Genuine Emotional Terror From a Familiar Source: Home

Red Candle Games' latest is an effective, emotional trip through one family's nightmare.
Danielle Riendeau
2.25.19
Review

'Anthem' Could Be Great Someday. Today Is Not That Day.

I was ready for 'Anthem' to be my Destiny, splitting the difference between dropping colored objects and telling cool stories. It feels great to fly, but it has a long way to go.
Patrick Klepek
2.22.19
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