Monthly Archives: June 2011
I discovered this wonderful singer/songwriter on NBC’s The Voice about a month ago. In her audition, she sang a haunting cover of Come As You Are by Nirvana. It instantly caught my attention, and Rebecca quickly became my favorite contestant on the show. Both Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera chose her to work with them, and she decided to go with Adam Levine. Read the rest of this entry
After the first Portal, I was left wondering if there was more to the story. If GLaDOS was truly still alive, then there had to be more, right? Well, Valve answered that question, and they gave us Portal 2, a game that improved upon nearly every aspect of the first game, and added even more for players to do. Read the rest of this entry
I did not know what to expect out of this movie going in. I knew little to nothing about the plot, and I actually had no clue who was acting in it except for Emily Browning, who I happened to recognize from A Series of Unfortunate Events. The little knowledge I had about the movie came from the previews Read the rest of this entry
Good evening! It’s a beautiful summer night, and I’m glad to say that The Underground Critic is back up and running. I’m rebooting the entire blog, ready to begin spreading news about what’s going on in the media. A fitting time, with E3 winding down in Los Angeles. However, I will no longer just be covering games. I will also review new music, movies, any TV shows I happen to watch, and even some books if I find the time to read. Also, I’ll post whatever exciting new information I get on topics of interest, whether that means new developments in the gaming industry or a large event concerning the musical side of things.
My plan is to post as often as possible and to keep this blog updated. For the next week, I’ll be catching up on recent releases in each industry, posting my thoughts on what has happened so far in 2011. After that, everything will be about current events. So stay tuned right here. I cannot wait to get started!