Issue 11 Now Available

It’s a great day to be reading 😉 Today we’ve published our 11th issue from the fall season ISSUE 11 For those who haven’t downloaded our app, we’re available for free on both Apple Newsstand and Google Play . We have special features in our app that will enhance your viewing experience 😉 (Issue 11 available 1/27/15) This fall covered a lot of major events, including the Taste of ATL, College Football Bowl Games, and reviews such as Phantom of the Opera and Nutcracker. Album reviews, movie reviews, and so much more. And if that wasn’t enough for you, be sure … Continue reading Issue 11 Now Available

Nightcrawler

  Nightcrawler is a dramatic thriller written and directed by Dan Gilroy. Jake Gyllenhaal plays the role of Louis Bloom, a driven loner that’s desperate for work. He’s extremely meticulous and isn’t very fond of other people. His drive leads him to a strong interest in Crime Journalism. This leads him to become a nightcrawler, a person who searchers during the evening/overnight hours for news stories. After capturing a car accident here and a hit-and-run there, he begins to build a professional relationship with News Manager Nina (Rene Russo). As their strange relationship grows, so does his confidence and his bank … Continue reading Nightcrawler

Kill The Bad Guy

  Have you ever watched a movie trailer for a comedy and laughed so hard you decided on the spot the movie will be hilarious, only to realize upon watching it that all the good parts were all, in fact, in the trailer? That’s how playing Kill the Bad Guy feels. The notion of killing random evildoers without their knowledge using various traps is intriguing. It falls in line with a number of puzzle games in which you set up traps for your adversaries to run into, this game adds an additional element of difficulty where you must construct the … Continue reading Kill The Bad Guy

Belle

Belle (directed by Amma Asante) is inspired by the true story of Dido Elizabeth Belle (Gugu Mabatha-Raw), the illegitimate mixed race daughter of a Royal Navy Admiral. Raised by her aristocratic great-uncle Lord Mansfield (Tom Wilkinson) and his wife Lady Mansfield (Emily Watson), Belle’s lineage affords her certain privileges that most cannot receive. The kicker here, is that the color of her skin prevents her from fully participating in any of the traditions of her social class. She is shielded from reality to a strong degree, knowing no more than what “Papa” (how she referred to Lord Mansfield) will allow her. It’s … Continue reading Belle