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‘The Punisher’ is brutally well done and criminally underrated

‘The Punisher’ is brutally well done and criminally underrated

The Punisher has been adapted into three feature films since the character’s debut in 1974. (Photo courtesy of Netflix) Andrew Sciascia Connector Editor Marvel’s brooding, skull-ornamented vigilante is back for his fourth chance at a proper screen adaptation in Marvel’s Netflix exclusive series “The Punisher.” And this 13 episode master class is just about as

Ed Sheeran keeps to winning formula with ‘Divide’

“Divide” debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 upon it’s release. (Photo courtesy of Asylum Records) Andrew Sciascia Connector Staff The red-headed, mid-twenties music icon with the humble, awkward persona and English roots had been dodging the public eye for over a year after taking a social media hiatus. An off blue square

‘Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ indicates Ubisoft is back in form

“Ghost Recon: Wildlands” is the first major entry in the “Ghost Recon” series since 2012’s “Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.” (Photo Courtesy of Ubisoft) Andrew Sciascia Connector Staff When the beta dropped for the newest installment of the “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon,” longtime fans of Clancy games and the tactical shooter genre were floored. With last

Indie Game Spotlight: ‘Outlast’

“Outlast 2” will be released on April 25, 2017. (Photo courtesy of Red Barrels Studio) Andrew Sciascia Connector Staff “Outlast” is the dark, horrifyingly gruesome and stress-inducing adventure that took the gaming world by storm with its stunning story and gritty design in September 2013. With its long awaited, and seemingly unrelated, sequel just under

“The Walking Dead” kicks back off with a bang

The mid season premiere, “Rock in the Road,” was watched by an estimated 12 million people, making it the third most watched episode this season. (Courtesy of AMC) Andrew Sciascia Connector Editor Football season is over. That means the zombie-slaying, skull-crushing, narrative-driven survival horror has returned to Sunday nights. After a two-month hiatus, AMC’s hit

Vilify and divide: ‘The Trump Survival Guide’

“The Trump Survival Guide” has been a #1 bestseller on Amazon since it’s release on January 17.  Andrew Sciascia Connector Editor From President Donald J. Trump’s inauguration to the representative marches of every cause imaginable, the closing weeks of January have been the most eventful and controversial in recent memory. The current political climate has

‘NHL 17:’ The game hockey fans deserve

Vladimir Tarasenko was chosen as the cover athlete for “NHL 17” through a fan vote on Twitter (Image provided by Electronic Arts). Andrew Sciascia Connector Staff Imagine running into an estranged friend or family member one day in the near future to find that they have refined and matured with age. Now imagine they have

War Dogs review: “We kinda liked it!”

Packouz (Teller) and Diveroli (Hill) as ill prepared for their meeting as audiences were for what this movie would bring to the table. (Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studios) Andrew Sciascia Connector Staff Ever ask yourself where tax dollars are spent by the federal government?  Todd Phillip’s film ‘War Dogs’, the true story of how

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