googlea875c0213e6e807d.html] Fandads: November 2019

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Chill out with the arrival of Angry Birds 2

Disclaimer: The Fandads received a review copy of Angry Birds 2 in exchange for a review. All thoughts, opinions, and tears of laughter are our own. 




Angry Birds was one of the many movies that we planned to see in the theaters but never had the chance to go see it. The movie slipped our radar when it was released on home video and next thing we knew part two was released. Thanks to our friends from Sony we received a review copy of the movie and my children and I really enjoyed it.

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Are you ready for Battle...Death Battle!, that is!

Disclaimer: The Fandads were provided with a review copy of Death Battle! in exchange for a review. All thoughts, opinions, and hours of laughter and being defeated by my daughter are our own. 



At Fandads HQ were are always looking for fun games to play as a family or games that we can play one-on-one with our children. Lately, we have been playing a lot of classic family games and I wanted to delve into a new category of games to play. Fandad Gil plays Magic: the Gathering and always wanted me to join him, but card games were not really my thing.

Nowadays, tabletop card games are huge and I do play a few of them, but we were giving the opportunity to try something new based on a Youtube series that we have watched and enjoyed a few times: Death Battle!.

New Super Lucky's Tale

Hey everyone how's it going? It's your boy Gil here, I know it's been a while. I guess it's time for my quarterly post/review. Heh, all levity aside, the Fandads were given the opportunity to review a fun game that just came out for the Switch. New Super Lucky's Tale! (Disclaimer: The Fandads were provided a copy in exchange for a review. All thoughts, opinions, and fun times are our own.)


Lucky

Saturday, November 2, 2019

Scary Movies to Tell in the Dark provides great scares for the family.

Disclaimer: The Fandads received a review copy in exchange for a review of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. All thoughts, opinions, and sleepless nights are our own. 



I think I am not the only one that grew up reading the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz. I remember reading those stories and legitimately being scared to enter a dark room because I thought characters from the stories will be waiting for me in the corners. As I got older and read the other two books in the series, my love for being scared by them grew and when I found out they were going to make a movie, I was beyond thrilled.