Movie Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

The girl on fire is lighting up the box office this thanksgiving. John K offers up his review of the latest in the Hunger Games series.

Game Review: Assassin's Creed Rogue (20 Hours In)

You've heard a lot about Unity, but what about the OTHER Assassin's Creed game that was launched for 360/PS3? Critical Myth's John K weighs in

Game Review: Tales of Hearts R

Eric K takes a look at this Playstation Vita entry in the long running Tales franchise

Flaco's Holiday 2014 Movie Preview

From Hunger Games to Horrible Bosses to Hobbits, this Holiday is full of Hot movies. Which one are YOU most looking forward to?

Movie Review: Interstellar

Henry T from the Critical Myth team takes a look at Christopher Nolan's latest. Don't forget to leave your response review!
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The mission of Ghost Stalkers was to take the paranormal investigative reality show genre to the next level, and to a degree, the show met that goal. Framing the show as more about the personal journeys of the investigators, as opposed to judging the merits of claims about a given location, made it a more involving tale.

Review by John Keegan - 11/28/2014 8:02 AM Comments (0)

An awkward meeting, 18 years in the making!  We’ll explain.  Also, the Star Trek community says goodbye to a well known director.  Star Trek Online releases a new ship, sorta.  Kronos finally releases its private reserve bloodwine to Earth!  And finally, our crew returns from our away mission where we look back a generation ago at the bridging of two star trek franchises.  Then we see a bridge fall on Kirk.   All this, and more: on the Starboard Power Coupling Podcast - A Star Trek Podcast you hope doesn’t fail.

Podcast by Starboard Power Coupling - 11/27/2014 4:30 PM Comments (0)

It’s a pre-thanksgiving edition of our program, and we have lots of guest cameos tonight just like any good holiday special should. Flaco and Allen join us in studio, where there is much talk about World of Warcraft’s recent expansion- Warlords of Draenor. Why have some of us resisted the urge to try it? Why have others resigned to the foregone conclusion they’re going to play it? And how about that 10 million subscriber number, can it hold? There’s some non-blizzard news too, including other MMO games getting DDoS’ed (yuck), and one game that isn’t going to be screened for critics in advance. Is this to preserve the online experience, or to preserve the secret that it might be crap?

Podcast by Horde House - 11/26/2014 9:14 PM Comments (0)

I suspect those who read and enjoyed Mockingjay will come out of this film with a much higher opinion of it than those who are coming in fresh or expecting it to somehow change what they didn’t enjoy about the book. And that would be unfortunate, as this film does about as good a job as anyone could expect at moving the story forward to the cusp of resolution.

Review by John Keegan - 11/26/2014 1:48 PM Comments (0)

The Critical Myth Crew gets stolen by Person of Interest (spoilers through 4.7), gets confused by Elementary (spoilers through 3.2), returns to The 100 (spoilers through 2.4), handles guilt with Arrow (spoilers through 3.6), and ends up in Boston with The Newsroom (spoilers through 3.1)!  Recorded 15 Nov 2014.Listen to Critical Myth on VOG Network! Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (7PM Eastern/4PM Pacific), with an encore marathon on Saturdays (12PM Eastern/9AM Pacific).Opening teaser and end "credits" by Ken Spassione, Jr. as "The Professor".The podcast is on iTunes, and you can add this feed to the client of your choice: http://criticalmyth.podbean.com/feed/ Want to leave some feedback? You can leave a comment here on the site or our Facebook page, or you can also record your comment and send it to us by E-mail at feedback@criticalmyth.com. 

Podcast by Critical Myth - 11/26/2014 5:42 AM Comments (0)

Bippitty boppitty boo: you still have your flu! No anime this week as the sistahs are all about console games this week. Panda kicks off the hour taking a trip down her BioWare Dragon Age memory-lane leading up to her current obsession with Dragon Age: Inquisition. Be sure to pay close attention to this segment fans: you'll learn something CRUCIAL about Pandalicious. Ninja talks about her hands-on time with Ubisoft's latest Assassin's Creed game, Assassin's Creed: Unity. Sure, Panda hasn't taken the opportunity to play it yet (even though she promised NinJa she would), but she still has some thoughts […]

Podcast by ElectricSistaHood - 11/24/2014 7:05 PM Comments (0)

Welcome Vee!   Interview time: as you’ve been on the show before, how about just briefly reminding our listeners about who you are and how you started to play WoW. Give us your best savage roar!   How was our week in wow?   Website and facebook changes! We need input; what would you like […]

Podcast by Girls Gone WoW - 11/24/2014 4:56 AM Comments (0)

World of Warcraft issues an apology to it's players, but subscriber numbers have gone way up, so they are clearly doing something right. Irene joins us in studio along with Jonas, and they have a pretty frank discussion about some of the strengths of World of Warcraft, and some of the not so great things that people never seem to talk about.

Podcast by Orange Lounge Radio - 11/24/2014 4:00 AM Comments (3)

The Champions was a 1960s spy series from the ITC production company. Craig Stirling, Sharron Macready and Richard Barrett are granted super-human abilities after a strange experience in the Himalayas. How will they use their new skills? Please send us your comments, questions, requests and complaints. You can reach us at britishinvaders@gmail.com, and you can find us on the British Invaders Facebook Group. British Invaders is an audio podcast that discusses television shows. We do not distribute the shows themselves.

Podcast by British Invaders - 11/23/2014 7:07 PM Comments (0)

Rogue is likely to be the swan song of the franchise in terms of the PS3/360 generation, and after roughly 20 hours of play, it is performing exactly as one would hope in terms of wrapping up a number of story elements, pointing the way for the PS4/XB1-gen games to launch into the next phase.

Review by John Keegan - 11/23/2014 3:26 PM Comments (1)