First, The Gentlemen’s Guide to Midnite Cinema discussed Three Colors: Blue. Then, The Debatable Podcast talked about Three Colors: White. Now, as the last stop on this epic pod crawl, Paul and AJ discuss the final film of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colors trilogy–and his final film, period–Red. The boys dig deep on this one, discussing the nature
Many games are so movie-like these days anyway, that there seems little point taking out the interactive element and turning them into a linear experience. So what are the best – and worst – game-to-movie transitions of recent years?
It’s Episode 3 of GameInvasion, our weekly podcast about all things video games! This week, what is going on with Nintendo?
It’s Episode 2 of GameInvasion! Join myself along with co-host Nick Hammer, his wife Katie Hammer, and Nicholas Weber as we discuss the pros and cons, the benefits and pitfalls of Steam Early Access games such as DayZ, Starbound, and Prison Architect. Are games being released on Early Access too
It’s GameInvasion, our new weekly podcast for all things video games at ScreeninVasion.com! Episode 1 – Rated O for Old
I’ll be the first to admit that when a new horror game comes around, I’m the first to gawk at the new trailer and immediate criticize it for not being scary. Normally, I don’t enjoy actually terrifying video games, despite my immense respect for the better examples of them. Most
Hey there, everyone. Welcome to the Video Games Section of ScreenInvasion.com. My name is Carl Wilhoyte, and I’m the new Video Games Editor for ScreenInvasion. That’s right. You may remember my long-winded, hoitey toitey articles about military shooters, that SNAKE gif you saw on Facebook, or how much I really
The video game community has almost no vocal supporters in Congress. Considering the cultural impact games have, why is this?