Review of “Happiest Season”

Hulu has been deadset on promoting this film on basically every social media platform I’m on, and even though I opted to give myself a huge task of watching a ton of horror movies this month, I decided to go ahead and dive in to this new release. Its marketing did not spark positive buzz for me, and even provided backhanded inspiration to write about meaningful drama. While this film makes a plethora of mistakes, it’s not entirely without charm, humor, or warmth.

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Review of “Carmilla” (2019)

In character, “lesbian gothic vampire novel” is directly down my desired path in media. When the SNF Parkway added Carmilla to its virtual theater, I just had to watch it for myself. I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect of this particular interpretation, but I somehow walked away disappointed.

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Why SonicFox winning TGA’s eSports Player of the Year is so important for the FGC

Last night, Echo Fox’s own SonicFox raised an award on one of the biggest stages in games media- The Game Awards. He had won a category that was stacked with fantastic players and legends in their own rights- eSports Player of the Year. There was not a single small name on the ballot to be seen. Dominique “SonicFox” McLean was nominated alongside fellow fighting game legend Hajime “Tokido” Taniguchi, League of Legends player Jian “Uzi” Zi-Hao, CS:GO legend Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev, and one of the greatest Overwatch players on the planet Sung-hyeon “JJoNak” Bang. Not a single name on that list is to be taken lightly- all are some of the best gamers on the planet in their fields, but SonicFox walked to the stage as the most dominant player of them all. Continue reading