Borderland review

There are certain expectations that one has when sitting down to view one of Lionsgate’s horror films, be it another exercise in torture horror (see the studio’s Hostel and Saw series) or an umpteenth trip down cheapie, derivative lane (see most of the company’s other horror genre output). But every once in awhile, a film can defy expectations, and

Borderlands 3 Review

Stubbornly refusing to reinvent itself after a five-year absence, Borderlands 3 sticks to its guns and manages to outdo itself. Refined movement and shooting, a legion of enjoyably challenging enemies, and the single largest arsenal of mechanically distinct firearms I’ve ever seen in a video game easily make this the best in a great series of