Klaus, a new animated movie exclusively on Netflix brings both holiday cheer and nostalgia in a new storytelling way. The premise of the movie is Jesper, a postman in Smeerensburg befriends toy-maker Klaus, and they deliver a sleigh full of joy and gifts that melt a feud. Titan Books just published the art of the movie, and we found the book to be insightful and entertaining. Take a look behind th...[Read More]
Guillermo del Toro and Nightmares If I ever wanted someone to make my nightmares real, Guillermo del Toro is my first, eighth, and only choice. On August 9, 2019, del Toro will torture us with a film adaptation of “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.” And if you haven’t seen the trailer yet, be prepared.
White Wolf, the company that made the World of Darkness franchise of tabletop RPGs, is handing off development and publishing to another company. This news comes a month after the latest in a series of concerning decisions made for the 5th edition of Vampire: The Masquerade.
Paradox Interactive has announced they will be fully integrating tabletop RPG developers White Wolf, acquired back in 2015. This decision was made after White Wolf released a sourcebook for Vampire: The Masquerade 5th edition which used the suffering of the LGBTQ+ people in Chechnya as the backdrop for a major plot point. CW: Violent homophobia and transphobia, both real and fictional.
Titan Books has gone ahead and published a new exciting hardback screenplay for the upcoming movie First Man, starring Ryan Gosling.
Netflix’s live-action adaptation of The Witcher has found its actor, though hopefully this time he comes with 100% less CGI-de-mustaching.
The creators of the co-op third-person shooter game Warframe have partnered with Middle-Earth Enterprises to bring the Grandfather of Fantasy Novels back into the MMO world with a new, free-to-play, Lord of the Rings game.
Books that every 90s kid read meant some of them were forced. They were on the reading list, or there was a book report due. But, more times than some of ya’ll might be willing to admit, we ended up loving those books. Others, though, we have obliterated from our memories. Hopefully none of those appear on this list, but I do apologize in advance if they do.