Monthly Archives: March 2016

Why The Craft is one of the most frustrating movies about witchcraft (which also made it awesome)

WARNING: Contains spoilers! When people hear the word “Witch”, the first image that comes to mind is this: It’s the go-to costume for Halloween when all other options are not viable. Despite all the dress-ups and fun, witches have had … Continue reading

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Travellin’ ’round the GoW countryside: how Ancient Kingdom teleports have changed the face of Game of War: Fire Age

Okay, so it’s been a while since my last blog post about Game of War: Fire Age. The game has evolved in leaps and bounds since my last post, most notably: New maximum hero level 60 (introduced late July 2015) … Continue reading

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5 non-metal songs covered by metal bands (who made it their own)

A cover song (or cover version) is a commercially released song that has been newly performed or recorded by an artist other than the original artist/composer. Here is a list of the Top 10 most covered songs according to Independent … Continue reading

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