Risk ‘n’ Roll 2000 is an okay dice game that is easy to play despite its high reliance on luck and borderline broken cards.
The King and I is a decent children’s movie that fails in its quest to imitate the more popular Disney movies of the era.
Lost Cities does have an issue with its reliance on luck, but it is a simple game that anyone can enjoy that has more strategy than you would initially expect.
A review of the unintentionally hilarious VHS-only release Chuck E. Cheese in the Galaxy 5000, a movie “so bad, it’s good.”
Evergreen is a solid game with an interesting theme and some unique mechanics, but it doesn’t live up to its pedigree as it feels like something is missing from the game.
Sherlock ends up relying on a lot of traditional memory game mechanics but does a good job tweaking them in order to make one of the better memory games that I have played.
Elevator Eddie is a solid speed card game that suffers from failing to do anything original.
With some terrible special effects, super obvious jokes, and battles that are glorified LARP battles, The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns isn’t exactly the best made miniseries out there. However, all of those things help make it a great cheesy, B-movie like miniseries to riff on.
A review of the Mill Creek Entertainment DVD release of Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century: The Complete Series.
Time’s Up! is a solid party game but it doesn’t really do anything to distinguish itself from so many other party games.