While we’re on this dark timeline, let’s take a moment to think about what it’d be like if Undertale got the Hollywood treatment. While Toby Fox has yet to sell out his critical darling to the hands of Hollywood yet, I’d like to take a moment to think about what kind of disaster a live-action adaptation would be like.
With the release of the new film Joker opening in theaters on October 4th, many people have been questioning the movie because of the level of violence the film is supposed to contain. Many people have also been raising concerns about whether or not the film will invoke violence in people, and potentially influence people to cause crime, similar to what the main character does in the movie. These concerns have further been raised when it was announced that the FBI had found on the dark web threats of potential violence towards certain unidentified theaters. With all of this, many people have begun to question whether the film should be shown at all, and if violent movies should even be allowed to be produced.
On Wednesday, Cardinal Esports hosted a conference with Paul Todkill, a project manager, producer, and caster for ESL. ESL is the largest official esports organization, hosting tournaments across the globe. Using Discord video chat, Todkill was able to sit down and talk with Cardinal Esports about how he got involved with esports, what his job at ESL entails, and then took questions from various members of Cardinal Esports.
Overall, 'Digimon ReArise' has had a bit of a rough start.
A sequel to a zombie movie might seem less than exciting, but 'Zombieland: Double Tap' is worth seeing.
Welcome to this week's episode of The Coven! This week, we talked about how the religion of Wicca is portrayed in media. Is it good? Is it bad? What can be improved? All that and more will be discussed in this week's episode of The Coven!
This week on Pop Tabs Matthew, Mayzie, and Jake discuss Blizzard's questionable decision, Martin Scorsese's critique on Marvel, and Ellen DeGeneres under fire for sitting by George Bush.
This week on Pop Tabs Matthew, Mayzie, and Eli discuss Gamestop's place in the world, the ethics of a Whitney Houston Holographic concert, and Instagram's current policy.
Jeremy and Blake break down the Jon Favreau's thoughts on producing a sequel to the beloved Star Wars Holiday Special.
This week on Pop Tabs Matthew, Emily, and Jack discuss the morality of Yandy, Destiny 2's decision to go free-to-play, and the Joker.
This week on Pop Tabs Matthew, Baylie, and Christian discuss the danger of Juul Pods, KFC's interesting new advertising, and Pewdiepies donation debacle.
Having said this, it may come as a surprise that the recent announcement of a second season of The End of the F***ing World filled me with dread rather than excitement. As much as I loved the first season of The End of the F***ing World, I can honestly say that I 100% did not want a second season, and now that I’ve heard the announcement that it is coming, whether I like it or not, I have some doubts. Before anyone crucifies me as a “fake fan,” let me explain myself.
This event played a pivotal role in making the voices of queer people heard. While many other queer events can become straight-washed, BUZZ/cut made an effort to promote the voices of queer individuals and artists.
'Borderlands 3' is a fun return to the franchise, but in its current state it is far from the adventure that was expected.
Jeremy and Blake break down a brand new pokemon evolution as well as Ash's recent progress towards becoming the best.