Despite poor performance on launch, Jedi Survivor proves itself as Star Wars quality. With exciting gameplay, expanded universe, and all the customization your heart could want, the Jedi sequel sets itself above the competition.
Metallica returns this year with their 11th studio album and despite being a marked improvement from their last release St. Anger, 72 Seasons doesn't manage to capture the classic thrash style that brought the band to fame. While boasting headbanging riffs and revived vocals, Metallica can't seem to escape their habits.
Closing the doors to its heart and soul, The Owl House concludes it's third and final season with teary eyes and a massive heart. From stunning animation to award-worthy performances, The Owl House cements itself as an animation must-watch.
While having heartwarming conclusions and suspenseful action set-pieces, the season three finale of The Mandalorian falls somewhat short of the energy the season was building towards. While still quality in many regards, it can't help but feel like Disney played it far too safe.
Kennedy asks Ball State the Byte-ing Question, what's your favorite dessert?
Elijah and Barton break down the new Evil Dead film releasing while the Mario movie maintains its top spot in the box office for the third weekend in a row.
The Mandalorian has hit the climax, bringing all the threads across season three into a intense and thrilling episode seven. With nothing left to do but close the season out with a bang, The Mandalorian strikes it out of the ballpark once more.
While Jack Black can do absolutely no wrong, episode six of The Madnalorian feels like a Disney cameo requirement rather than a fun Easter egg for viewers. Still holding onto Mandalorian quality, episode six falls somewhat flat off season three.
Barton and Elijah break down the new release of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and what the gameplay and customization features may look like for fans.
Neely and OK break down Coachella's opening weekend, and the delayed disaster of Frank Ocean's set.
Despite returning to well-used concepts, indie-rock band Phoneboy delivers a solid sophomore album with Moving Out. Showcasing talent and developing skills, the band promises a long career of quality.
Despite taking influence from gaming titans like Prey and Bioshock, Atomic Heart doesn't grab player with its world or characters. Even with fun gameplay and a promising development, the game seems to come up short.
Graham and Barton break down the releases of a revamped Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened and Tron: Identity.
Graham and Barton break down the news of James Gunn leading DC studios, and what this may mean for a possible Marvel and DC crossover.
Neely and OK break down the recent Lollapalooza lineup release, and dish on the headliners.
OK and Neely break down the Secret Invasion trailer, and what this may mean for Marvel fans.
While having great visuals and exciting new gameplay mechanics, Destiny 2's new expansion Lightfall falls short of expectations. With a weak and unconvincing story, the expansion only delivers a mediocre OK.
After riding the way of the very successful It Ends With Us, Colleen Hoover's follow-up novel It Starts With Us never should have started at all. Poorly written characters, unlikeable motivations, and awkward stylistic choices make this would-be romance into a true train wreck.
Returning with a clever twist of the classic whodunit, You season 4 part 2 keeps viewers on their toes and follows everyone's favorite psychopath. With twists, turns, and a whole lot of crazy, You remains a Netflix classic.
Coming from a self-aware legacy of classics, Scream VI slashes its way to theaters with gripping horror and traditional Scream meta-ness. With new and returning cast members, the film serves as a slasher standard.