I approached my first Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) not as a writer or a journalist, but as a fan. I didn’t do much work when I was there, and I’m glad I didn’t try. The experience was amazing, and certainly not something I would have m...
This is one of those wonderful weeks where very little is moving around on Netflix. We lose a few and we gain a few, but nothing that really stands out on either side of things. That’s good news, especially considering the big sha...
These days, many Blu-ray releases come with Digital Copies that you can download to watch on a computer or portable device. When you get a disc that has one of these, do you actually use it?
Whether you’re excited about this week’s videogame releases or not depends entirely on your attachment to obscure but critically acclaimed games for the PlayStation 2.
Put up yer dukes, ‘cuz it’s time for a fight!
The Netflix gods are kind to us this week. Our sacrifice of one horror franchise nets us a wealth of comedy to enjoy, including new ‘MST3K’.
We’re planning to start up some community events here at The Bonus View. First up will be a Bad Movie Night. The only problem is that we have two ways we can go about this, and we need some help deciding.
The Penny Arcade Expo, also known as PAX, isn’t a gaming convention. It’s not a tradeshow or an expo. It’s a celebration, a Mecca and the biggest party of the year all in one. And we’re going.
Jocks are always picking on those poor ‘D&D’ loving nerds, even when it comes to videogame releases. This week, we get one game with wizards and dragons and two about baseball. Does that seem right to you?
BRAAAAAAAAAAAAAINS…. on BLU-RAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!!!!
Back in January, we asked in the Roundtable for the Holy Grails you’re still waiting for on Blu-ray. This week, let’s do the opposite and take a look at movies whose existence on Blu-ray is frankly inexplicable. Seriously, we can’...
They’re canceling the Jungle, it ain’t got fun and games. It’s got nothing that you want and a really stupid name.