This is WP7 first tower defense game. Visually it looks great on the phone and the controls work perfectly on the touch screen. Although in the later levels there are so many towers and enemies at once that the colors become a little too much. The game breaks down in easy , medium, and hard levels with the harder not really being harder, they just give you less lifes to run off of. The game is tons of fun and has a great amount of replayability though as you try to perfect each level. Achievement wise the game is a easy 200. The hardest achievement is complete 10 levels on hard without losing a life and really after just learning how each level is it shouldn’t take you more than a few trys to get it. Overall though this is one of WP7’s best game and must have for everyone.
This update of the 1985 horror comedy focuses more on terror than laughs when teen Charley Brewster (Anton Yelchin) suspects that his new neighbor, the sinister Jerry Dandrige (Colin Farrell), is a vampire, and turns to a self-styled vampire expert, Peter Vincent (David Tennant), for help. Las Vegas magician Vincent proves useless, and it’s up to Charley to save his mom, Jane (Toni Collette), and girlfriend, Amy, from the seductive bloodsucker.
Wow a remake that is good. This really surprised me. The trailer made me think it’d stink but god was I wrong. The movie kinda gives off that “Disturbia” vibe for a while but once it gets going its quite good. The cast is actually good and I must say that Collin Farrell is a really good vampire. Its just because of the type of vampire he is that he nails the part. Also David Tennent (THE DOCTOR) plays his role well as the Criss Angel type guy that has a vampire past. The movie does a good job too with adding violence while keeping is suspenseful. Also I love how there isn’t a single sex scene and no nudity. Its nice for once that they didn’t have to add stuff like that to a horror movie. Overall this is defiantly worth the view.