Imagine my horror, watching my beloved Philadelphia Eagles crush the heavily-favored Minnesota Vikings to advance to their first Super Bowl in 14 years. No, I was not upset because they had pulled off the unlikely upset, I was overjoyed about that.
The horror genre has always been littered with incredible villains. From unknown creatures and demons to your run of the mill psychotic serial killers, there is no denying the lasting effect these antagonists have in pop culture today. Everyone can list one or two names from a horror movie that has kept them up at night. It's the reason people continue to indulge in the genre year after year, to satisfy their need to be scared.
I've been an avid FIFA player for as long as I can remember, and became truly invested in following professional soccer after the 2010 World Cup. Landon Donovan scoring that last-minute goal against Algeria is what converted me to full-time fan status, and I mean, how could it not? I knew most of the rules and understood the tactics and strategies employed (not to brag, but I was pretty good at FIFA), but there was always one aspect I didn't quite know fully. After every major soccer game, I would see soccer players swap their jerseys with the opposing team and would always wonder why.
The right equipment can make all the difference. This is true for every competitive sport. Aside from constant practicing and hard work, using the most efficient and trustworthy tools available to you is the most essential aspect of being a successful athlete. In terms of football gear, this applies to several important pieces of equipment that should not be overlooked.
Despite removing some of their best titles in the war genre, Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge and Steven Spielberg's Saving Private Ryan come to mind, there is still an abundance of gory war movies on Netflix that you need to see. These war movies take you into war from several different perspectives and all tell unique stories. What bands these movies together is the realism and gore they provide.
It can be truly difficult shopping for gamers. They can be a picky bunch, but it is not their fault—we all are entitled to having certain preferences when it comes to our hobbies and passions. Still, that knowledge doesn't make it any easier for when you're in GameStop or surfing the web trying to get the perfect gift for the gamer in your life.