You know what's crazy? The holidays. And with that perfect explanation about why it took me so long to edit this, I move on. I think at this point the drill is pretty straight forward, we start talking about harry potter 5 and then we don't continue to talk about harry potter 5. We do … Continue reading CPBC#34 – Harry Potter 5 (finally)
As the three fend off law school finals and holiday work schedules, Kiersten and Alex talk about their dream Pokemon game for a holdover episode in the middle of our Harry Potter conversation. It's got contests, cheeky rivals, a trimmed pokedex, and -- possibly -- a new level cap?
I have not completed I Am Setsuna. This might invalidate a review to some people but god booting up this game immediately sucks all the energy from me like a dementor. Which is a real shame, because I wanted to like I Am Setsuna. I really did. The art is pretty, the aesthetic is nice, … Continue reading I Am Setsuna: A Depressing Game, but in the boring real way.
Life, am I right? Really sneaks up on you sometimes. We do apologize for the lack of updates over the past two weeks. Between me getting a boyfriend delivered directly to my door (convenient) Celia at lawschool in the heart of LA and Alex having an article recognized by Angelina Godoy we've been off the … Continue reading Whoops it’s been two weeks! How about I tell you about Overcooked real quick to make up for it.
The fourth entry in the Harry Potter film series has a tough act to pull off. The film (along with 3) is a bridge between the "gee-whiz" magic of the first films and the political thriller tones in the later movies. It's also our first real window into the awkward teenage phase of the main … Continue reading CPBC #32 – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Metatextual superhero stories are sort of having a moment. Watchmen has a TV reboot on HBO, 'Joker' is an ambitious and transgressive remix of one of DC's most beloved stories, and a third Deadpool movie seems all but guaranteed. Why do modern audiences have such an appetite for stories showing the flaws in superhero stories? … Continue reading ‘The Boys’ season 1 review
Ok so here's our Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban overview, where we talk about the movie and nothing else bad or embarrassing happens. Which is obviously a lie. Kiersten does a reading of some wild Harry Potter based, uh, sensual literature and doesn't know there was a difference between the word gentile and … Continue reading CPBC #31 – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Uh, Spoilers if you're late to the party. Do you like going into games blind? Just, dont read. It's pretty much impossible to talk about DDLC without spoiling everything. A staple. Japanese Dating Game...Parody? Ok so now that we have some cute photos breaking line of sight, let's get straight to the point. DDLC is … Continue reading Doki Doki Literature Club: It Sure Is Exactly What Everyone Said It Was
Welcome Back! Sorry about the delay, all three of us are traveling this week, but Alex and I were able to sit and do a quick interview about our GMing styles. I had a really fun time speaking with him and it was very cool to hear what my first ever GM thought of the … Continue reading CPBC #30- A GM Interview
This review contains spoilers. Whatever I have to say about Joker, I have to start with this: It was a powerful movie. When Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) kills talk-show host Murray Franklin (Robert De Niro), it is a powerful scene. The brake lines are cut on his psyche as soon as he walks through the … Continue reading Joker was an upsetting, unpleasant mess