Top Albums of 2014 Part Three

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Top Albums of 2014 Part Three

Here are a few more cool releases from recently in the 2014 season.

Published in Cinemarolling by AdamMcAuley, on October 9, 2014
SCP Containment Breach: An Amazing Horror Game

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SCP Containment Breach: An Amazing Horror Game

SCP Containment Breach. It’s an amazing Indie-horror game, and in this article, I basically analyze its contents.

Published in Horror by Paradox153, on February 21, 2013
Dark Souls Walkthrough – Ash Lake
Published in Fantasy by Zeckel, on September 25, 2012
Dark Souls Walkthrough – Painted World of Ariamis
Published in Fantasy by Zeckel, on September 25, 2012
Dark Souls Walkthrough – Valley of The Drakes
Published in Fantasy by Zeckel, on September 25, 2012
Movie Review: The Dark Knight Rises

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Movie Review: The Dark Knight Rises

The final installlment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. Bruce Wayne has become a hermit, hiding away from Gotham and Batman is inactive. He is drawn back to the cape and cowl by Selina Kyle/Catwoman and Bane.

Is this movie good and worth a trip to the theater or buying it on DVD and Blu-Ray? Brief summary and recommendations inside.

Published in Cinemarolling by reviewmemedia, on July 24, 2012
The Best Tim Burton Movies of All-time

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The Best Tim Burton Movies of All-time

He is one of the most creative directors and producers in the industry so lets look at his best projects…

Published in Action by lionspaw, on April 17, 2012
The Son of No One (2011)

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The Son of No One (2011)

A star studded movie about a long held mystery, but is the mystery one you will care about.

Published in Cinemarolling by Spencer Hawken, on March 3, 2012
Why X-men: First Class is Superior to Other Superhero Movies

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Why X-men: First Class is Superior to Other Superhero Movies

This essay outlines why the film X-Men: First Class is not only my favourite film of 2011, but also my favourite superhero movie.

Published in Cinemarolling by AdamMcAuley, on September 14, 2011
Short Film Review: Terry Kendall and Orange Green (2011)

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Short Film Review: Terry Kendall and Orange Green (2011)

Peter Sanderson reviews this darkly humorous short film from writer / director Meg Skaff, which stars Brit Charde’ Sellers and Timothy J. Cox.

Published in Cinemarolling by PeterSanderson, on September 7, 2011