The Interview, Sony, and Freedom


It’s the kind of story that sounds like a bad movie plot itself, but instead the drama surrounding Sony for the past month is sadly true. At the end of November, Sony was targeted in one of the largest cyberattacks in history. The group that claims to have hacked them, the Guardians of Peace (GOP), stole 100 TB of data, including employee social security numbers, emails, and unreleased films. Of


The Best and Worst Halo Missions (Extras Edition) Part 3


To celebrate the 13th Anniversary of the Halo franchise and the release of the Xbox One exclusive Halo: The Master Chief Collection, we made a run down of the best and worst missions on every game of the series. In previous articles we talked about Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2, and then we talked about Halo 3 and Halo 4. But of course, not every Halo game is about


Wild Review: A Flawed but Honest Look at Grief


Wild, based off Cheryl Strayed’s 2012 memoir about walking the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), portrays the grueling journey she took at 26 from the Mojave Desert to Washington State. Devastated by the loss of her mother to cancer, Cheryl’s life quickly spirals downward as she begins having sex with anyone who asks and falls into drug addiction. After her marriage falls apart and she’s hit rock bottom, a book about



The Best and Worst Halo Missions (Xbox 360 Edition) Part 2


Last time, we were talking about the Best and Worst missions from Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2—the first two games of the Halo series released for the original Xbox more than a decade ago—as part of a homage during the release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection for Xbox One. Since no one else on the staff has showed up to try taking the title of CultureMass’ biggest Halo