While the 4th season of "Stranger Things" is entertaining, each episode just feels less and less like the show’s former self. One could say that they’re leaning into the idea of 1980’s excess, but it just feels like writers are going bigger because they can, not because it’s necessary to the story.
In a time where media focuses on the next triple-A release, such as the next “Grand Theft Auto” or “Halo” installment, small indie games will always have their niche. “The D-Team” is a 3-D tank platformer from Bottled Games.
“Moon Knight” centers around Steven Grant, played by Oscar Isaac, who’s a down-on-his-luck guy, struggling with his personal, romantic and work life. All of his struggles center around him constantly losing large chunks of time, mainly when he falls asleep.
Like comedy, horror is completely subjective. What one may find scary, someone else will get little to no reaction from it. However, it’s always a fun discussion amongst horror fans when asked the question: “What is the scariest film you’ve ever seen?”
There seemed to be many potential story themes – like the struggles of impostor syndrome, miscarriage and trauma from a war that could have been explored – but ‘Martha is Dead’ does not. Instead, it rapidly desensitizes the player with repetitive flashes of grotesque horror and lingering shots of corpses.