Movie Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Out of the shadows



Now people, not all mutants are humans. Some mutants are turtles, some mutants are ninja, heck they can even be teenagers. To save time and effort Out of the shadows features mutants that are all three – oh and like pizza too.







Movie Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)



Our review, but a bit of a forewarning; this one went an hour along – True Backlash was passionate about this one. Don’t worry people it’s good, mostly, click on and enjoy, my advice – listen to this on your smart phone and go for a walk, the time will fly.







This just in (Or not): Party! Nintendo birthday party! Featuring John Legend.

It'sa me, John-Legend!

It’sa me, John-Legend!


You know people I wear my video game love on my sleeves (yes, both of them) anytime, anywhere. When I was a little tot not a lot of people and kids my age was in to gaming (mostly he-man, ninja turtles, transformers, etc). However 20 plus years later and gaming has become such an entertainment media force that even beautiful super models and singer-songwriters will have Nintendo themed parties to celebrate birthdays with. Doubt me do you? It happed already with Chrissy Teigen (the beautiful super model) and John Legend (the not beautiful super model). See it was her birthday and instead of doing something boring like fancy restaurants or whatever; Legend donned the legendary (pun totally intended) overalls of the most famous plumber ever and celebrated Teigen’s (or should I say princess Teigen) birthday in style. Her cake and some of their friends were also Mario themed and by all accounts good times were had by all. So it doesn’t matter if you’re in fast food or a nine time Grammy Award winner, when you’re a video gamer you’re just cooler by default.



That cake is actually the fabled lost level cakelandia, tricky and delicious.