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What’s on the Xbox Lately

September 21st, 2011 · Comments Off on What’s on the Xbox Lately · Gaming, Reviews, Xbox

Crimson Alliance is a rather simple co-op arcade-style hack n’slash dungeon crawler. I won’t call it an RPG, because other than doing some basic equipment juggling, there’s no character progression. With the single shared view for all players, things can get confusing quickly and you run into the problem of WTHDMGG* that all these kinds […]

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Fuerzabruta

February 15th, 2008 · Comments Off on Fuerzabruta · Reviews, Theater

The Nosuch terse review of “Fuerzabruta“: Gritty, loud Cirque du Soleil-style performance art that eschews elaborate costumes and precision acrobatics, instead offering dancers cavorting overhead on ropes, treadmills and giant transparent plastic sheets, all watched from the comfort of a smoky, tightly packed mosh pit. The show offers a number of striking set pieces, and […]

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Two weeks later

February 1st, 2008 · Comments Off on Two weeks later · Chastity, Kink, Reviews


Caution!
The following post is about sex, and kinky sex at that. Skip it if that kind of thing doesn’t interest you. Links with warning signs are to sites with explicit content, and are not safe for work.

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Cinematic Titanic

January 22nd, 2008 · 1 Comment · Movies, Reviews

If you’ve experienced Mystery Science Theater 3000, in any of its incarnations, you know that you either love it, or don’t get it. I love it. It broke my heart when Joel left, and I was very slow to warm up to Mike, though I did come around in the end. In the end, all […]

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Juno

January 18th, 2008 · Comments Off on Juno · Movies, Reviews

Official Nosuch terse review of Juno: Overly precious and trying too hard to be quirky, this teenage pregnancy fairy tale still manages to be fun and charming. It’s definitely one of the funnier teenage pregnancy comedies. It may be the only one, actually. Though after this film and Knocked Up, I think we need some […]

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