Sam goes over Nick Feldman's short noir anthology Hungover & Handcuffed!
I know that TMNT is a franchise that is, well, kinda dumb. I get that. Cartoons, movies and games from it have been dumb (some of them really fun actually). This is something else. It's just not good and really stupid. :| Kids movies don't have to be this stupid. More after the jump.
Melissa McCarthy is one of the busiest comedic actresses in Hollywood today. She's been involved with sure-fire hits like Bridesmaids and The Heat. This is her first time writing and starring, though, with her husband Ben Falcone in the director's chair. Does it work? Hit the jump for more.
Shovel Knight is a loving homage to the 8-bit platformers of a long-gone era in gaming yet also a true peer to them in terms of level design, gameplay, score and overall fun. Yacht Club Games knocked it out of the park. More after the jump.
What could have easily been a run-of-the-mill mecha series in a dystopian future became one of the better examples of the genre I've seen since Gurren Lagan or, yes, Attack on Titan. Tsutomu Nihei's most accessible work to date has been adapted and is only available (thus far) on Netflix. More after the jump.
22 Jump Street, from the same directing duo that brought us the Lego Movie, is self-aware to an extreme few movies go in the mainstream but it never wears out its welcome. It is crass, raucous and stuffed to the gills with meta-humor that won't necessarily surprise you but it will make you laugh. More after the jump.
Wolfenstein: The New Order is not only a return to form for one of gaming's oldest franchises but a reminder that we can have a strong story and good characters along with compelling gameplay. One of the best shooters I've played in years. Hit the jump for more.