Boxed Culture: Con-stant Influx

It has not been a slow week in board gaming. With Essen just finishing up and us getting into the holiday season, there has been so much news lately that I could choose what to cover. However, I was looking back through all the Boxed Culture articles I have written and I noticed I have never talked about […]

Manos: The Hands of Fate, April 2nd, Be There!

Our friends over at Noiseless Chatter were given the distinct opportunity to show the remastered Manos: The Hands Of Fate. So, first off, I would like to link the event: http://noiselesschatter.com/manos/ If you are a Mystery Science Theater 3000 fan,you have heard of the movie Manos: The Hands of Fate. […]

Hindsight Review #2: Aliens

There is little doubt that Aliens is one of the best films in the massive American filmography. Like its predecessor, it is one of the few genuinely and universally appreciated films in the horror genre. As I share this similar sentiment for this film, I am spending this session of […]

Final Thoughts: Camel Up

…Camel Up is a fantastic game primarily because you can teach to anyone; you sister, your grandma, your friends with ADD, and anyone who basically has a brain. The most complex part of this game is building the dice contraption, a pyramid that you pop the dice out of. When I […]

Roll the List #20: Dalton’s Take

Top 5 Underrated Rock Songs, Dalton’s Take The word “underrated” can be defined in so many ways: unpopular, unappreciated, disrespected…And I personally don’t know how I choose to define it here, other than to pick 5 “rock” songs you probably haven’t heard. My indie/alternative rock collection spans some relatively unknowns, […]

Hindsight Review #1: The Babadook 1

We start a new segment today titled Hindsight Review. It is aptly named for the likelihood of the review’s affect on your decision-making. As I lack the means by which to see sneak-peeks and premiers, I see movies when everyone else does. This reduces my chance of affecting your decision […]

Final Thoughts: Lords of Xidit

…The best part about this game is that you can teach it to anyone. The turns are fast and they don’t require you to change or over-think anything after the actions are programmed. However, the game still builds tension since you can stomp on someone else’s plan. Oh, were you […]