My Video Games Shopping List (Part III): Bright Colored Games for Mental Health

If you are worried about talking into the void and it makes you feel invisible, unworthy, neglected, unlovable, it's okay. I am used to talking to myself and I am quite proud of it. I don't care how introverted you are but humans are made to talk! So talk to the void if you need … Continue reading My Video Games Shopping List (Part III): Bright Colored Games for Mental Health

The Sword of Swords (1968) Review: The Awakening of A Reluctant Hero

The world of martials arts is nothing more than a world of politics. The one who has the most power has the most control over his fortune and the most freedom to live as he pleases (i.e. a king's lifestyle). Doesn't it sound enticing? But with great power comes with great responsibility. Those who seek … Continue reading The Sword of Swords (1968) Review: The Awakening of A Reluctant Hero

Lying Eyes (1996) Review: It’s Always the Dumb Blonde who Gets Screwed

Air-head Amy is a high school cheerleader who seems to suffer from daddy issue. So when she met her 33-year old lawyer boyfriend through a car accident, she thought she found love (sorry Amy but you are just his new booty call). The dude is married to a foxy redhead and he has two children … Continue reading Lying Eyes (1996) Review: It’s Always the Dumb Blonde who Gets Screwed