Video games have been around long enough that countless musicians have grown up and come into their own, creatively speaking, as gamers. A new documentary series, Diggin' In The Carts, examines the early history of Japanese video game music at it applies to this trend.
Love Child, HBO's new documentary about a notorious case of video game addiction, first aired last night. Now that the film is out in the open for all to see, let's talk about it! If you had the chance to see the movie, I'd love to hear your thoughts. You can read my take here.
One day in March 2010, news began to surface that police in South Korea had arrested a couple for the death of their daughter Sarang, the Korean word for "love." She was only three months old. By the time her parents called local authorities to report her death, she was severely underweight—dropping from her birth…
More Than A Game is a documentary that was a long time in the making. It chronicles the lead-up to (and events of) EVo 2011, and features interviews with some of the scene's biggest names.
You've gotta watch this Super Smash Bros. Melee documentary that follows some of the top players in the scene—it's quite good. Accessible, too: you don't need to be a fox-only no-items final destination type player to enjoy it; they break the game down wonderfully.
Gaming has its share of enigmatic stars, and Nick Smith, better known as Ulillillia, is certainly among them. In this trailer for the upcoming documentary The Platform Master, we get a flash-tour through Jeffrey Eugene Hoch's film about the man himself.