Eric and Jon battle audio issues to discuss Oxenfree, Planet of the Eyes, Lumberyard, and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Zoolander 2 makes a valiant effort, but it's too slow and out of touch to match the brilliance of its predecessor.
Fans of Harry Potter will be able to get the proper version of events even if they can't see the play in London.
Bryan Fuller will be returning to network television with a show about space exploration instead of cannibalism.
Rupert Grint gazes into the future and sees a bleak existence for Ronald Weasley.
The 2006 sequel to Earthbound may soon be available with an official English translation.
Grumz is a simple-to-learn-yet-hard-to-master distraction that reflects the best and most addictive aspects of mobile gaming.
Though not as sharp as the original novel, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is nevertheless a diverting and empowering piece of fan-fiction.
Deadpool may be a wise-cracking homicidal mercenary, but even he knows that cancer is no laughing matter.
Eric and Jon discuss Bloodborne, The Witness, That Dragon, Cancer, and the Scream TV show during an action-packed episode of The WhaleCast.
The autobiographical game from Ryan and Amy Green beautifully reflects the strategies that people use to process loss.
Figure skater Kevin Reynolds dressed as Spike Spiegel during this month's National Skating Championship.
Far Cry Primal is a prehistoric sandbox in which the violence is a natural extension of survival of the fittest.
The mysterious origin of the Sonic 3 soundtrack is the rare conspiracy theory that proved to be correct.
Gareth Evans has released a new short in an effort to deliver his typical brand of action in a more family-friendly format.
The upcoming independent CCG is an unexpected blend of Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons.
Unlike the upcoming Batman v. Superman, David Ayer's Suicide Squad actually looks like fun.
The first trailer for 10 Cloverfield Lane goes deep underground with a different kind of monster.