Opbomb Read: ~10mins
It’s the end of Halloween but that does not mean we cannot squeeze in a few more scares with the games we play. While many of us are filling up our game-time with the recently released Red Dead Redemption 2, the others may want to embrace the spirit of Halloween one last time this year with these 5 games.
Director: Drew Goddard
Main Cast: Jeff Bridges, Cynthia Erivo, Dakota Johnson, John Hamm, Cailee Spaeny, Lewiss Pullman, Chris Hemsworth
Genre: Mystery Thriller
Movie Run Time: 2hrs 22 min
Review Read: ~ 10 mins
Bad Times at the El Royale is like an antique radio you chanced upon in a vintage store – You buy the radio and feel this sense of delight the moment you know it works, but like all antiques, it loses its charm at the later parts of their shelf life.
Opbomb Read: ~15 mins
It’s Halloween week and some of us may not be heading out trick-or-treating (Seriously, who goes out to Trick-or-Treat in Singapore?). But for the most of us who do not have the mental capacity, energy, or time to brace the scares in Universal Studios Singapore, we might want to consider sitting at home on our couches cowering behind our blankets while watching a horror flick instead. If you have that agenda in mind for the week, we’ve got you covered.
Opbomb Read: ~10mins
Gestalt is a term found in the study of psychology that refers to the perception of a wholesome picture more than the smaller parts that make that picture. There are many laws that make the field of gestalt and these laws are used to create beautiful art. It is more of an “Outside-in” kind of idea. In order to talk about how gestalt psychology plays into film, we will need to draw upon the idea of how gestalt psychology plays into paintings.
Developer: Insomniac Games
Platform Played: PS4 Pro
Completion: Story Completed
Hours Played: 15
Review Read: ~15mins
There is an old adage that tells us to “never meet our heroes, lest we be disappointed in their being”. Although Spider-Man drives its story on this saying (and many other morals explored), it is -thankfully – very much the opposite of disappointment when you meet him.