Most GenX'ers can remember back to their childhood bedrooms. How they were a sanctuary for a lot of us. Filled with all the things from our love of nerd culture, our bedrooms of our youth still hold a magical place in our hearts and heads. I can still remember quite a few things from back... Continue Reading →
First Look: Dune Part Two Trailer
Today we get our first full look at Denis Villenuve's Dune Part Two. Set to release this November, this will complete Denis' grand vision for the Frank Herbert's Sci-Fi masterpiece. https://youtu.be/Way9Dexny3w
The only thing you need to read concerning the #OGL #Hasbro #Wotc shit show.
Like most of you, I have a deep love and reverence for D&D. Not only what it means to me, but what it's introduction did for my younger self and what it continues to do for me today. With that said, like most of you reading this, it's been quite the week for our beloved... Continue Reading →
TPV’s 2022 Film List
This year we saw the closest return yet to pre-pandemic numbers for theaters, as two of the biggest sequels in many years, Top Gun Maverick and Avatar: The Way of Water (one I've seen, the other I haven't), spurned ticket sales globally. As of this post, both films have cleared 2 billion worldwide, with Avatar... Continue Reading →
My top 9 #Boardgames I played in 2022
To be clear, this top 9 isn't restricted only to games released in 2022, but rather new plays that I was able to do this past year. Also, a sad truth became apparent when compiling this list, is that the majority of my new plays for the year came from BGGCon. It's become apparent that... Continue Reading →
Watch me adjust my glasses 20 times in a 40 minute YouTube video
So my wife and I have become somewhat regular guests on the Play the Game YouTube channel for Tabletop board games. This was the first video that we shot together with Daniel and Allison. Take a watch below. https://youtu.be/sV_8mNHC0xA
A glimpse into what a Jodorowsky Tron film might have looked like, thanks to A.I.
Design artist Johnny Darrell has created some amazing images of what a Jodorowsky Tron film might have looked like, using MidJourney AI. Needless to say, these look incredible. Feast your eyes on these wonderful 70's inspired sci-fi creations.
The #BGGCon 2022 wrap-up post
Another BGGCon is over, and I'm already thinking about 2023. I've been to several Cons over the years, and all of them seem to have their own personality. And while all of the events I've attended have their place, BGGCon has become the one convention that I look forward to the most. And it primarily... Continue Reading →
BGGCon 2022 prep
That time again for BGGCon.
The Art of Letting Go
Last weekend, my wife and I visited an old high school buddy in Northwest Arkansas. The previous year we had met up for lunch and he extended an invitation if we ever wanted to come up (it's about a 3-hour drive from central Arkansas) and go tailgating with him and his "crew", we were more... Continue Reading →