[Review] The Flash (2014) Episode 3×14: “Attack On Central City”

George says I’m not allowed to make any more “Africa” jokes so this episode is just going to focus on the gorilla your dreams. Enjoy this recap of CW’s The Flash.


Ah, Valentine’s Day. Some view it as a romantic holiday and look forward to sharing it with someone special every year. Some view it as a cheap, exploitative money grab concocted by the Hallmark corporation. Either way you see it, I think we can all agree that it lends itself towards super-lame episodes of TV, second only to Christmas/holiday episodes in terms of emotional manipulation centered around a specific date or season.

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[Review] The Flash (2014) Episode 3×13: “Attack On Gorilla City”

Everyone on Earth-1 has heard Weezer covering Toto, but on Earth-2 it was Toto who covered Weezer. Enjoy this recap of CW’s The Flash.


Welcome to Flashcaps! This week we have a very special episode of the Flash to quip about. This week’s episode is called “Attack On Gorilla City”, a.k.a. “We plopped our entire budget into the CGI effects for this one.”

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[Review] Luke Cage Episode 2×08: “If It Ain’t Rough, It Ain’t Right”

written by Kiara Williams

SPOILER WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT

This season has had a running theme of handling the bitterness of the past. In one of my earlier reviews, I talked about how anger isn’t automatically a bad thing, and I still hold that stance. Anger can be used to motivate and do something constructive with that emotion.
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[Review] Secret Little Haven

written by Tylyn Anson

Secret Little Haven is a 2018 video game from designer Victoria Dominowski – or more officially, publisher/developer Hummingwarp Interactive – about a youngster named Alex in 1995 spending time on their Sanctuary OS Computer (a Mac ersatz, given context clues) instead of dealing with the issues in their own life. Alex writes fan fiction, surfs the net, chats with friends in an IM client while learning rudimentary coding – basically, everything that someone growing up in the ’90s and early 2000s like myself did as we were discovering ourselves in our youth.

That’s all there is to it, gameplay-wise, and yet it’s one of my favorite games of the year so far, possibly one of my all-time favorites.

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