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Zombies Jumping Sharks? Walking Dead Season 3

Season 3 of The Walking Dead drew to an anticlimactic conclusion of sorts, although a seemingly martyred death severed an interesting link between Woodbury, The Governor (David Morrissey), and our protagonists. 

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Season 3 of The Walking Dead drew to an anticlimactic conclusion of sorts, although a seemingly martyred death severed an interesting link between Woodbury, The Governor (David Morrissey), and our protagonists. 

AMC’s original series, The Walking Dead, started off strong in 2010 and quickly built a fan base and tremendous following. Through the first and second seasons, audiences watched as Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) awoke from a coma after being shot in the line of duty to chaos and “walkers” eating people alive. 

Season 3 brought on new complications as Daryl’s heinously bigoted older brother Merle (Michael Rooker), equipped with a hook for a hand, joined The Governor at Woodbury to carry out an attack on the protagonists holed up in the Georgia prison, but eventually had a change of heart — perhaps a bit too late for Daryl’s comfort — and went down fighting. 

The anti-climactic finale left little resolved, with more inner turmoil and complication than action and progress. Rick’s group — along with the residents of Woodbury who stayed behind — face an opportunity to rebuild at the prison, still awaiting The Governor and his henchmen to attack, or move on to find a new place. Season 4 will likely bring about more intricate storytelling and character development as Rick tries to bring Carl back to morality after his “shoot first, ask later” mentality lead him to gun down an undeserving citizen of Woodbury.

-Sara Crow 

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Star Wars™ Pinball: Star Wars Rebels™

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Zen Studios has concocted a ruse of amusement, it’s a trap—of fun. Star Wars™ Pinball: Star Wars Rebels™, established by the critically acclaimed animated TV show on Disney XD, Star Wars Rebels™, releases endorphins chock full of nostalgia and bliss. With all of the Star Wars talk going on as of late, it’s nice to get in your daily need of pew pew! Stormtroopers assemble and try to take down the hero of Lothal, the whole mission thing is a bit nuts. This pinball table goes to a galaxy far far away by delving into an age that has yet to be traversed by the films. Zen studios gets the balance of the force just right, do not try to get this table, do it.

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Pinball FX-2 Avengers: Age of Ultron

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Zen Studios does it again with Pinball FX2 – Marvel Avenger’s: Age of Ultron. This table is available on PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4. Avengers Assemble! Age of Ultron quenches a thirst for adventure you didn’t know you had. Players assist Iron Man in finishing his most aspiring venture to date. The profound and climactic soundtrack will rip you out of the comfort of your chair and into the Age of Ultron. Enjoy this audacious addition to the Avenger’s universe, Thor’s might is on your side. The Incredible Hulk, Hawkeye, and Black Widow make a gargantuan attempt at arresting the nefarious Ultron. Pull yourself together and check out this game, you can’t afford more mistakes. The god of thunder favors you.

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Shaking the Habitual, The Knife | Album Review

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By The Knife

Shaking the Habitual is something every person needs more of in life. Stepping outside of boundaries and entering a new experience can have a confounding effect on the senses. Rhythm and movement resonate from the deepest depths of the soul and project outward in an array of vibrancy. 

What starts off like a indigenous ceremony quickly changes to a post apocalyptic nuclear wasteland by the third track, “A Cherry on Top.” Then, finding semblance in a 19 minute interlude, “Old Dreams Waiting to Be Realized,” the brother-and-sister duo reemerge in ritualistic fashion with the deep bass line of “Raging Lung”. Ending with an unsettling aptitude, Fracking Fluid Injection precedes the final track, Ready to Lose; providing insight to a larger contextual effect this album has in a world seeming “Full of Fire.” 

Although difficult to fully embody the composition of electronic and aboriginal noise heard in The Knife’s new album, Shaking the Habitual, any movement to the music is sure to conjure emotion. At times, the May release represents a more archetypal sound in the art of music. 

Tying together components of old and new, the Swedish duo creates a spellbinding effect with the first track, A Tooth For an Eye. Amalgamating dominant instrumentations, subtle synth lines and underlying vocals, A Tooth For and Eye entices the listener with something seldom projected over the airwaves. 

Coming off a seven year hiatus, the duo can predominate with an electronic influence, but, ultimately the seamless transition across a spectrum of sound grasps the ear. Delivered in its entirety, the lasting impression might leave one feeling like a participant of a seance.

— Rob Donovan

 

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