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Danalock Smart Lock V3 & Danapad V3 Unboxing Review
Tags: Chris Voss, Home Automation, Reviews

BoneTalker Adder – Bone Conductive Bluetooth Headphones
Tags: Audio, Chris Voss, Reviews

TFB Review: Tyrant Designs T-Comp Glock 9mm Muzzle Brake

One accessory I have never played with on one of my firearms is a pistol muzzle brake. I had always wondered are they kind of for looks only or do they actually serve a valuable purpose without ever knowing the true answer. Well, Tyrant Designs recently reached out to TFB seeing as they debuted their NEW Glock T-Comp […] Read More … The post TFB Review: Tyrant Designs T-Comp Glock 9mm Muzzle Brake appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Reviews, Semi-Auto, Glock, T-Comp, TFB Review, Tyrant Designs

Gigabyte Z390 AORUS Ultra Motherboard Review

Sitting right in the middle is the Z390 AORUS Ultra, which offers pretty every feature you would want in a Z390 motherboard, but also some nice extras. First you have that signature AORUS design with RGB lighting in multiple places on the board plus RGB headers. Then there is a 12+1 power phase design with some pretty beefy VRM cooling as well as three integrated M.2 heatsinks. The post Gigabyte Z390 AORUS Ultra Motherboard Review appeared first on
Tags: Motherboards, Reviews, AORUS, Gigabyte, Gigabyte Z390 AORUS Ultra, Intel Z390, Motherboard, Review, Z390, Z390 AORUS Ultra

Lightning Review: Agilite Helmet Bridge

Shooting with night vision is a lot of fun and gives you a clear advantage when shooting in the dark. However, wearing a helmet with night vision can get tiring if you do not set up your helmet properly. The helmet is often a platform for adding accessories like ear pro and lights. But night […] Read More … The post Lightning Review: Agilite Helmet Bridge appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Other Gear & Gadgets, Reviews, Agilite, Helmet bridge, Tactical Helmet

Michael Marshall Smith’s ‘Only Forward’

I first read Only Forward 20 years ago when I was 18, shortly after it came out. Now I’m 38 and just reread it, and it blew me away just as much as it did back then. For a debut it is phenomenal. For any book it is phenomenal – there is just SO MUCH STUFF in it, all of it cool, fascinating, prescient – I highlighted a section and got my wife to read it too and it made us both smile – about a tablet screen that shows where you are on a map and gives you directions ... Read More
Tags: Book / Movie Reviews, Reviews

Chase Sapphire Checking Review – Goodbye ATM Fees, Hello Commission-Free Trading

Personal banking, business banking, even investing–Chase does it all. Here’s our review on the Chase Sapphire Checking account including how you can avoid the monthly fee and enjoy a fee-free account. Chase Sapphire Checking Kevin Mercadante's rating 9.4 Fees 9.5 Interest Rate 8.5 ...
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Naked Nutrition – Naked Meal Meal Replacement Shakes Powder Review The Naked Difference: Grass fed whey from small dairy farms in California and ingredients you can understand No Added Sweeteners, Flavors, or Colors 20 Grams of Protein, 5 Grams of Healthy Fat, and 4 Grams of Dietary Fiber Per Serving Only Fifteen Ingredients with both Pre and Probiotics, and organic food-based vitamins and minerals GMO Free Soy Free and Gluten Free Growth Hormone Free, no rBGH or rBST Keto Friendly
Tags: Chris Voss, Health, Reviews

Alphacool Eisbaer Extreme Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Alphacool doesn’t mess around when it comes to system cooling and the Eisbaer Extreme “AiO” cooler is no exception. Designed around a standard NexXxoS 280mm radiator, this cooler is custom watercooling streamlined into an elegant prefilled loop, ready to go, out of the box. The post Alphacool Eisbaer Extreme Liquid CPU Cooler Review appeared first on
Tags: Cooling, Reviews, AIO, All-In-One CPU Cooler, Alphacool, Black Edition, CPU Cooler, Eisbaer Extreme, Liquid CPU Cooler, Review, Watercooling


Elizabeth Colour Wheel opened for Fórn roughly a year ago in Brooklyn and it was stunning. It was immediately one... The post Album Review: ELIZABETH COLOUR WHEEL Nocebo appeared first on Metal Injection.

Concert Review: Yoko Ono Earns a Wide-Ranging, All-Female Salute at Disney Hall

Yoko One was — is — nothing if not an artist of many facets, as someone who started out in the most avant-garde corners of the visual and performance art worlds and ended up having a flair for conventional pop songwriting. Both sides, the disrupter and the sentimentalist, were celebrated in a wide-ranging tribute concert […]
Tags: Concert Reviews, News, Reviews, John Lennon, Shirley Manson, St. Vincent, Yoko Ono

Film Review: ‘Shazam!’

In “Shazam!,” Zachary Levi brings off something so winning it’s irresistible. He plays a square-jawed, rippling-muscled man of might, with a cheesy Day-Glo lighting bolt affixed to his chest, who projects an insanely wholesome and old-fashioned idea of what a superhero can be. But he’s also playing a breathless teenage kid on the inside, and […]
Tags: Reviews, Shazam, Zachary Levi

L.A. Theater Review: ‘Black Super Hero Magic Mama’

What function do superhero stories play in American society? Are they merely escapist distractions for head-in-the-clouds teens, or could those same formats actually serve a practical function, providing useful tools for everyday life? Recognizing these comic book fantasies as by far the dominant form of contemporary mythmaking for a generation of young people, emerging playwright […]
Tags: Reviews, Black Super Hero Magic Mama, Geffen Playhouse, Inda Craig-Galván

Film Review: ‘The Dirt’

A long time ago, the words sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll carried a hint of danger. The lifestyle did, too, but I’m talking about the phrase. It used to sound cool (back around the time the word “cool” sounded cool). But sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll has long since passed into the realm […]
Tags: Reviews, Motley Crue, The Dirt

TV Review: ‘Abby’s’ Starring Natalie Morales

“Abby’s,” NBC’s new comedy about a cranky bartender (Natalie Morales) and her inner circle of regulars, is aware of the inevitable “Cheers” comparisons. Created by “New Girl” writer Josh Malmuth and executive produced by uber-producer (and unabashed “Cheers” superfan) Mike Schur, “Abby’s” therefore makes a few key choices in order to differentiate itself as its […]
Tags: Reviews, Abby's, Natalie Morales, Neil Flynn, Nelson Franklin

Film Review: ‘Staff Only’

Marta (Elena Andrada) is 17, from Barcelona and alternately bored and mortified to be on a Christmas vacation to Senegal with her estranged dad, Manel (Sergi López), and annoying little brother, Bruno (Ian Samsó). For her, the freedoms of imminent adulthood, such as the occasional poolside mojito, are tantalizing close but still technically forbidden, rather […]
Tags: Markets & Festivals, Reviews, Elena Andrade, Neus Ballús, Staff Only

REVIEW: Pillsbury Limited Edition Marshmallow Cookies with Marshmallow Bits

What are Pillsbury Limited Edition Marshmallow Cookies with Marshmallow Bits? Stick with me here folks; these are (supposedly) marshmallow-flavored cookies with little hot cocoa packet-style marbits. How are they? They’re fine, but if you’re expecting BIG marshmallow flavor, I’ve got bad news. The cookies smelled like yellow cake mix in the oven, and I convinced myself they were going to taste like marshmallows. They ended up tasting like a sugar cookie, unfortunately. I had to convince mys...
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The 2019 Huawei MateBook X Pro Is Still the Better MacBook Pro with Windows

When Huawei released the original MateBook X Pro last year, I’m not entirely sure the company knew what it had created. Huawei has only been in the laptop business for about three years, a relatively short time compared to industry veterans like Apple, Dell, Lenovo and others. So when it made a premium 14-inch laptop…Read more...
Tags: Huawei Matebook X Pro 2019 Review, Matebook X Pro, Laptops, Windows, Windows 10, Reviews, Consumer Tech

Gollancz has published its first anthology of South Asian Science Fiction

South Asia is a hotbed of brilliant science fiction writing, as well as writings in all the related genres capture by the Bengali word "kalpabigyan (encompassing literature that is "science-dependent," "science-based," "science mystery" and "science"), and there have been many brilliant anthologies of science fiction from the region; the latest entry to the field is Gollancz's new , edited by Tarun K. Saint, the subject of a fascinating review by Gautham Shenoy in Factor Daily. The antholo...
Tags: Post, Books, Desi, Gift Guide, Kalpabigyan, Reviews, Science Fiction, South Asia

Album Review: Jenny Lewis’ ‘On the Line’

Early on in her new record, Jenny Lewis warns us that Mercury’s retrograde wrath is far from over. Her cautionary words form the conceit of “Wasted Youth,”  a lament dressed in melody and charm. With the prospect of planetary bad luck looming, Lewis spends the chorus listing some of the ways in which we doom […]
Tags: Album Reviews, News, Reviews, Beck, Benmont Tench, Jenny Lewis

Vivo V15 Pro Review: Another step forward

Vivo launched the NEX last year with a no-notch design, in-display fingerprint sensor and a pop-up camera in India, soon after it was introduced in China. The design received praises since the price was compelling, so the company has brought all these things at a cheaper rate to the Indian market with the V15 Pro a few weeks back. This is good in terms of innovation, and the specifications look good on paper, but is the phone worth the price? Let use find out in the review. Display, Hardwar...
Tags: Reviews, Vivo, V15 Pro Review, Vivo V15 Pro Review

SXSW Film Review: ‘J.R. “Bob” Dobbs and the Church of the SubGenius’

Like 8mm films of 1960s “happenings” or videos of 1970s performance art, “J.R. ‘Bob’ Dobbs and the Church of the SubGenius” chronicles a cultural footnote that perhaps should be filed under the heading You Had to Be There. The satirical-absurdist “religion” founded by some Texans actually caught fire among hipsters in the 1980s, influencing some […]
Tags: Reviews, J.R. “Bob” Dobbs and the Church of the SubGenius, Sandy K. Boone, SXSW

Film Review: ‘Roll Red Roll’

“Roll Red Roll” is a piercingly relevant and disturbing documentary about an infamous high school rape case that took place in Steubenville, Ohio (pop. 18,600), on Aug. 11, 2012. Steubenville, the sort of Friday-night-lights small town that boasts signs that read “Kick off for Jesus,” is a place that’s good at keeping secrets. When the […]
Tags: News, Reviews, Roll Red Roll

Broadway Review: ‘Ain’t Too Proud’

In the wake of the long-running “Jersey Boys” and the short-lived “Summer,” director Des McAnuff is back on Broadway with another show built around the song catalog of a music act — and although “Ain’t Too Proud” has all the right sounds and slick moves, this bio-musical of the R&B vocal group the Temptations is […]
Tags: Reviews, Ain't Too Proud, Des Mcanuff, Jeremy Pope, Jersey Boys, Motown, The Temptations

Is Amazon Itself the Biggest Problem with Fake Reviews?

Amazon refused to publish my negative review of the Netgear R6700 Nighthawk router they sold me. Why? The problem of fake reviews on TripAdvisor, Amazon, Yelp, and other similar websites featuring user reviews to provide an important part of helping people make decisions is well-known.  There are problems with both fake positive reviews (where establishments arrange for fake positive reviews) and fake negative reviews (presumably created by jealous competitors).A year ago a couple of people in L...
Tags: Cellphones & Wireless, Reviews, Tech

Off Broadway Review: Daveed Diggs in ‘White Noise’

Any new play by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks (“Topdog / Underdog”) demands — and deserves — attention. And in its premiere production at the Public Theater, her latest, “White Noise,” opens with a burst of brainy energy that lasts through the first act. But it takes a nosedive in the sloppy second half, […]
Tags: Reviews, Pulitzer Prize, Daveed Diggs, Suzan-Lori Parks, Oskar Eustis

Fanilu Clothing for Active Kids

While I received samples from Fanilu to facilitate this review, all opinions are my own. We had so much fun trying out our Fanilu apparel. After what felt like weeks and weeks of snow, then rain, then more snow, we... [Author: Lana]
Tags: Reviews, Shopping, Apparel, Lana, Babies/Kids, Fanilu Clothing for Active Kids, Fanilu

Karen O & Danger Mouse Talk ‘Lux Prima,’ Perform at New York Times Event

“We’re gonna do one more song…” Karen O said at her and Danger Mouse’s performance and chat in New York Wednesday night, “… and then comes the hard part, which is talking about music.” She was probably inadvertently paraphrasing the age-old adage that attempting to write about music is like “dancing about architecture,” but the […]
Tags: Reviews, New York, News, Karen O, Danger Mouse, Lux Prima, New York Times Event

Film Review: ‘Everybody’s Everything’

An elegiac documentary exploring the brief life of rapper Lil Peep, “Everybody’s Everything” certainly doesn’t lack for perspectives. Interviewing virtually everyone who knew the musician (born Gustav Ahr), directors Sebastian Jones and Ramez Silyan cover the waterfront, from Peep’s family to his girlfriends, his innumerable collaborators, his managers and his fans, trying to distill exactly […]
Tags: Reviews, Festivals, Peep, Lil Peep, Gustav Åhr, Sebastian Jones, Everybody's Everything, Ramez Silyan

Album Review: CONTRARIAN Their Worm Never Dies

Contrarian remind us that the genre is full of multitalented musicians. As a group, they’re certainly no exception. The post Album Review: CONTRARIAN Their Worm Never Dies appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Reviews, Music, Contrarian

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