Wes Anderson doesn’t have a clean record when it comes to representing people of color well, but Isle of Dogs is his worst yet. If you can overlook the cultural appropriation, color coding and white savior, it’s a charming film with beautiful animation. Drew and Chella discuss in this episode of Argue the Toss.
A Good Society is a Jane Austen inspired tabletop RPG and Chella got her hands on a preview copy to test with her roleplaying friends. No dice, no GM and no prewritten campaign – A Good Society is an RPG with a difference that lets players drive the story.
Drew and Chella Argue the Toss about the new Tomb Raider film, A Wrinkle in Time and Annihilation. After reviewing Jessica Jones season 2 last episode, Argue The Toss is back to continue in that vein with a female-led theatrical triple-play, having been to see Ava Duvernay’s adaptation of A Wrinkle In Time, the new Tomb Raider, and the gorgeous sci-fi horror Annihilation. All of these films have women in the lead roles, so it’s time for ATT to do what the media does best, and pit them against each other. Okay obviously not really, but it soon becomes apparent … Continue reading A Wrinkle in Time, Annihilation and Tomb Raider Film Review
The new Tomb Raider film could be the best game to film, but it still makes a lot of mistakes. Chella shares her thoughts on Vikander’s Lara Croft.
Jessica Jones Season 2 had a lot to live up to and although it’s a good show, it’s not quite as good as season 1. Drew and Chella discuss on this episode of Argue the Toss and come out on different sides for this one.
This week we celebrate great games made by women for International Women’s Day. There are quite a few, with amazingly talented women working in programming, graphics, sound and everywhere else. Did we get them all?
Black Panther is breaking box office records, as well as breaking the mould as the first black-led Marvel film of the current MCU. Drew and Chella discuss the film and its impact with comic writer Corey Brotherson.
In the wake of the shooting at a Florida school, Trump decides to shift the blame to video game violence rather than tackle the difficult topic of real world guns and gun legislation in the US.
Drew and Chella Argue the Toss about Shadow of the Colossus and then move on to Celeste – a new pixel art platformer that’s wooing gamers.
Lead designer of Monument Valley, Ken Wong, releases the first game from his Melbourne studio, Mountains. Florence is a game about love and Wong discusses the challenges of portraying romance in games.