The final season of Game of Thrones is quickly approaching and, with it, also comes the final chances for brands to use the megahit series to their advertising advantage.
Drive has been one of my favorite films since it came out. Ryan Gosling is the man, though he wasn’t really the reason I loved it so much.
The infamous Chucky doll that tortured my childhood is getting the reboot treatment and the first official teaser trailer for the new film has just dropped.
There’s no denying the power of Epic Games’ Battle Royale Fortnite. According to The Verge, it made a whopping 2.4 billion in 2018. That’s quite the profit for a game that is free to play and costs a few million times less to make.
It appears that the Bud Light Knight’s watch has officially ended. In what might be arguably the best ad during this year’s Super Bowl, according to the roaring crowd at the Thirsty Merchant where I was set up, Bud Light has collaborated with Game of Thrones to create a unique crossover.
I have a guilty pleasure, and that guilty pleasure is the Fast & Furious franchise. No matter how corny they are or unrealistic, there is just something about Vin Diesel and his goofy dialogues that just get to me.
No matter what team makes it into the big game, it seems like every year I’m anxiously waiting to see what sort of Super Bowl ad Budweiser ends up putting out. Will it feature the iconic Budweiser Clydesdales or the Budweiser Dalmatian April?
This week, we’re featuring one of our favorite franchises, The Walking Dead. It’s a bittersweet posting, as this will be the last season we’ll see from Telltale Games.
This LEGO version of Bastion is made from 602 pieces and can be reconfigured from recon to sentry mode. In recon mode Bastion stands over 10″ tall, while standing 6″ tall in sentry mode.