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    The Dose: What’s headed to Netflix in September

The Dose: What’s headed to Netflix in September

Nicholas Friedman | Editor-In-Chief @NMFreed Looking for something to watch while you’ve got a day off, a break from classes or are just plain bored? Check out what’s headed to Netflix this month. September 1 72 Dangerous Animals: Australia (Season 1) Arthur (Season 17) Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher Battle Creek (Season ) Blackbird Capital C Combustion Da Jammies (Season 1) Divorce Corp Giggle and Hoot’s Best Ever! Hamlet

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    The Dose: Atlas Genius’ ‘Inanimate Objects’ makes for easy listening

The Dose: Atlas Genius’ ‘Inanimate Objects’ makes for easy listening

Megan McKenna | Contributing Writer @Megann_Macc Atlas Genius first caught the attention of American listeners with “Trojans,” the single off of their first full-length album, When It Was Now, released in 2013. Since then, there has been much anticipation about the band’s newly released Inanimate Objects and it’s safe to say fans will not be let down. Australian brothers, Keith and Michael Jeffrey, sewed together 11 songs, each having something

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    The Dose: ‘Sinister 2’ is a disappointing horror flick

The Dose: ‘Sinister 2’ is a disappointing horror flick

Harrison Long | Editorial Writer @HarrisonGLong Three years ago, director Scott Derrickson startled audiences with a terrifying new horror franchise.  The plot was fresh, the characters likeable and pleasingly intelligent, and the bad guy was something of a nightmare. Fast forward to today, we are picking up shortly after the end of the original Sinister. The sequel had a lot to live up to, but as these things often go, Sinister

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    The Dose: ‘The Vanishing of Ethan Carter’ isn’t scary

The Dose: ‘The Vanishing of Ethan Carter’ isn’t scary

[df-subtitle]For what could have been a terrifying tale about an author trapped in his mind, this game falls flat.[/df-subtitle] Ryan Roiz | Contributing Writer @roizenberry Platform: Windows, Playstation 4 Release Date: July 15, 2015 (PS4) Developer: The Astronauts Price: $19.99 ‘The Vanishing of Ethan Carter’ will not keep you up at night. Billed as a horror/adventure title for Windows and PlayStation 4 platforms, this short, indie game leaves too much out and a lot

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    The Dose: ‘Rare Replay’ may be the best deal ever

The Dose: ‘Rare Replay’ may be the best deal ever

[df-subtitle]Rare Ltd. has collected some of its most beloved titles from the last 30 years.[/df-subtitle] Nicholas Friedman | Editor In Chief @NMFreed Platform: Xbox One Release Date: August 4, 2015 Developer: Rare Ltd. Price: $29.99 The classics are back, but were they ever really gone? Rare Replay, a new 30-game collection for the Xbox One, seeks to answer that question, bringing together a cast of characters from some of the most beloved games

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    The Dose: ‘Pixels’ brings the laughs, lags

The Dose: ‘Pixels’ brings the laughs, lags

Erica Wieting | Senior Staff Writer Sam Brenner was a champion video gamer as a kid in the 1980s. Now he works as an officially-titled “nerd” who fixes electronics in peoples’ homes, but it’s about to be his job to save the planet from an unexpected foe. The classic video games of the ‘80s are back, and this time they’re deadly. When intergalactic aliens intercept decades-old feeds of classic games

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The Dose: John Green books on the big screen

Matthew Payne | Staff Writer @MattePaper Chances are you’ve probably heard of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author and longtime YouTube partner John Green by now. With the release of his latest novel, “The Fault in Our Stars” in 2012, and later on the release of the movie adaptation in 2014, with 20th Century Fox, John Green has garnered a veritable fandom first started with young-adult fiction diehards. It then grew to include

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    The Dose: Top 5 green comic book heroes and villains

The Dose: Top 5 green comic book heroes and villains

Nicholas Friedman | Features Editor @NMFreed Heroes and villains come in all shapes and sizes. Some sling shields while others harness the power of the sun. Some break the sound barrier, while others can get as big or as small as they please. In celebration of a theme of green, we’ve found the most envious characters we could, good and bad, and listed them out. Never again will you wonder who

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    The Dose: Nintendo E3 2015 Digital Event highlights

The Dose: Nintendo E3 2015 Digital Event highlights

Nicholas Friedman | Features Editor After solid showings from both Microsoft and Sony’s conferences, everyone was excited to see what Nintendo had in store for their Digital Event. Turns out, they played it kind of safe. The theme for the event was transformation, and Nintendo executives gave us a look at a transformed company moving forward. They said we’ll be getting more info on their new platform, NX, as well

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    The Dose: Sony E3 2015 Conference highlights

The Dose: Sony E3 2015 Conference highlights

Nicholas Friedman | Features Editor Sony had a lot to prove this year. With it’s executives claiming that this year’s holiday seemed sparse with titles, many were worried Sony would have a lackluster showing. And then all of the crow was eaten. Sony showed hit after hit, threw some digs at Microsoft and dipped into the holy grail of video games for a look at the future. The highlights: The

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