Entertainment Reviews

Time (2023 Dark Side of the Moon Redux) – Roger Waters Track Review


Another week, another track review of the upcoming Dark Side of the Moon Redux album by Roger Waters – the song this go-round is Time.

Right off the bat, some may be relieved to hear that the song, which starts off with a cacophonic sound collage of clocks ticking and alarm bells ringing in the original, is no longer present. Instead, in its place, is more of the spoken word poetry that was heavily present in his other single (Money), so your mileage may very well vary depending on how you feel about the original and the new style that’s being taken.

However, it feels like there has been more effort put into this song as a whole – while there are still the talking aspects, there is more of an attempt at breathy singing, which I think works well in the context of this song. As the title suggests, it’s a piece largely around the all-too-fleeting journey that is life, on an album that was made by Waters while he was 29. Fast forward 50 years, and the message hits a lot harder from the perspective of a man, who, at the time of writing, … Read More

Entertainment Reviews

Money (2023 Dark Side of the Moon Redux) – Roger Waters Track Review

Money, it’s a crime – it’s also the first song out of the upcoming Dark Side of the Moon Redux album coming out in October this year. As the name suggests, this is a revision of the Pink Floyd album that originally came out in 1973, in celebration of its 50th anniversary – it’s also that album with the cover that’s been the staple of stereotypically college dorm room poster collections for decades.

Oh hey, it’s that album!

Roger Waters was the bassist and lead singer of the band up until The Final Cut after which he and the band separated on less than cordial terms, but has still kept his Floyd material as a staple in his live performances and so has taken it upon himself to give the album a fresh, modern spin. Now, going into this review, I must clarify: Dark Side of the Moon is not my favourite Pink Floyd album, and I personally feel like Money is the least “fitting” song in the album, in the sense that I feel it breaks the flow too much, so it’s not a song that I hold near and dear to my heart. However, having said that, the … Read More

Entertainment Gaming

What’s Been In My Gaming Cycle?

Hi all, it’s been a while! I was thinking it would be a good time to give an overview on what’s been in my gaming cycle recently, as well as what I’m looking forward to!

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated

The remaster of what appears to be a collectathon title that many looked fondly upon its release in the early 2000s, the game tells a fairly basic but charming plot around Plankton unleashing robots within Bikini Bottom, with the objective being for SpongeBob (as well as characters such as Patrick and Sandy) to collect Golden Spatulas (the game’s version of Stars/Jiggies) and put a stop to the techno-menace.

While mainly put on my radar due to my enjoyment of the chaos that was ai_sponge (may it rest in peace), the game is filled with charm and characters on a show that I very much enjoyed growing up. While the gameplay isn’t groundbreaking, and some voice acting is a bit off (e.g. not having Clancy Brown voice Mr. Krabs), it was an enjoyable and inoffensive experience with an approachable level of difficulty for the most part, with exception of some the slide levels!


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Celebrity Memoirs I Want to Read

There are dozens of articles across the web that include the “best” celebrity memoirs. This isn’t one of them. I have never been interested in celebrity memoirs, autobiographies, or biographies. I’m not sure why. I’ve not felt the need to know their personal lives or been super into celebrity gossip.  Maybe because I’ve only felt “connected” to a handful over the years and those individuals never released one? Dunno. But it seems there has been a surge the past year or so, and a few have actually caught my eye. Below are five that I am interested in… but still may or may not read.

1. Spare- Prince Harry,  Jan 2023: A prince struggles with his royal lifestyle and finding love, eventually relinquishing his title and leaving his royal family after marrying the love of his life. Sounds like a modern-day fairy tale or a rom-com movie. But fairy-tales and rom-coms don’t talk about the nitty gritty details. I don’t share the same fascination of the British monarchy that America possesses overall, but I loved Princess Diana. She was dubbed the “World’s Princess” for good reason, and I admired who she was and what she stood for. Conspiracy theories aside,
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AEW Entertainment Pro Wrestling Results

AEW Dynamite results from 04-12-2023

It’s Wednesday night and you know what that means!

Excalibur, Tony Schiavone and “The Human Suplex Machine” Taz greets the audiences at home as we head to the ring for our first match of the night.

MATCH #1: One-On-One Match:
Darby Allin vs. Swerve Strickland

From there, we shoot inside the venue for tonight’s show and the theme for Darby Allin. He makes his way out and settles in the ring and his music dies down.

The theme for his opponent hits and out comes Swerve Strickland accompanied by “The Machine” Brian Cage. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one.

We see Darby jump into the offensive lead straight out of the gate, hitting a big step-over cutter and a dive to the floor before coming off the top with a crazy splash on The Mogul Affiliate.

Once on the floor, Darby loses the offensive lead and Swerve takes over, ramming the popular star into the ring barricade. It was looking bad for the face-painted performer, but he ends up shifting things back in his favor, ramming Swerve into the steel steps.

Allin goes to pick up Swerve while standing on the steps, but Swerve sweeps his … Read More


WWE RAW results from 04-10-2023

Tonight’s WWE RAW opens LIVE on the USA Network from the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington as Kevin Patrick joins us. He’s joined at ringside by Corey Graves. Graves explains how some Superstars aren’t here due to travel issues, but the ones here are ready to tear it down.

We go right to the ring and out comes 2023 WWE Hall of Famer Rey Mysterio to a big pop.

Rey, wearing his LWO t-shirt, welcomes everyone to RAW. He talks about how this has been a crazy year. A “Rey!” chant starts up as he talks about his ups & downs. Last week should’ve been a dream come true with the induction and to compete… a “you deserve it!” chant interrupts. On top of that, to compete at the biggest WrestleMania of all-time but instead he had to face his own son. Fans boo. Rey really wanted things to be different. The music interrupts and out comes Dominik Mysterio to boos.

Dominik goes on with the usual, about he’s sick of hearing Rey and how he’s a deadbeat. Dominik says The Judgment Day is his real family. Rey says those idiots are using Dominik. Dominik says Rey is the … Read More

AEW Entertainment Pro Wrestling Results

AEW Dynamite results from 12-28-2022

It’s Wednesday night and you know what that means!

Excalibur, Tony Schiavone, and “The Human Suplex Machine” Taz greets the audiences at home as we head to the ring for our first match of the night.

MATCH #1: One-On-One:
“American Dragon” Bryan Danielson vs. “All Ego” Ethan Page
Before the match can begin MJF is shown in the box watching the match as his distraction allows Ethan Page to jump Bryan Danielson as he attacks him immediately, dropping the American Dragon with a forearm and a slam. Danielson fires back though with a big few chops and kicks in the corner, but All-Ego instantly responds with a chop of his own. A knee to the mid-section drops his opponent, and he follows it up by manipulating the ankle as he then stamps him back to the mat and then onto the Achilles of Page as an angry Stokely Hathaway looks on.

Page responds well though with a power slam as he slows the pace, but he gets sent back down from the top turnbuckle with a headbutt as Danielson follows it with a missile dropkick, which leads to Hathaway getting onto the apron. He flicks off his hat as Page … Read More


A Letter from our Editor: September 8th, 2022

It’s been a few months since we have had any sort of new articles posted to our site here on our front page. However, I want everyone to know that our site is still very much alive. I want to personally thank everyone for your support from those that talk about The Domain and share it on your social media pages, those that listen to our podcast, The Next Level or watch/subscribe to our YouTube channel and/or Twitch.

Thank you.

Every single one of us have been going through our own personal conflicts and while I am not going into the details of what exactly those are, I want everyone to be assured that this site isn’t going anywhere and we are in the process of getting back to working hard on this site and provide more content to our audience. We have been working very hard on our podcast and especially our YouTube channel ( but we understand that we have not been giving the website itself the attention it deserves.

I will be attending Horrorhound Weekend this coming weekend in Cincinnatti and thanks to them for providing us press access to their event. We hope to cover even … Read More

Entertainment Reviews

Song Review – Gorillaz (feat. Thundercat) – Cracker Island

It’s no secret that Gorillaz has been one of my favourite bands since I got into them around 2005, and they continue to astound me to this day, with this song being no exception.

After the pot-pourri mix of genres and themes that was Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez (including features with Beck, Elton John, St. Vincent, Robert Smith of The Cure, amongst many others – one of my favourites being a mix of Chai and JPEGMafia), many a person was interested in what would come next for the virtual band helmed by Damon Albarn, with Jamie Hewlett’s excellent art. The answer to that is the introduction of the mysterious The Last Cult

Gorillaz are currently performing a series of tours all over the world and in recent times, there have been two new songs that have been added to the setlist – one being called Silent Running, and one that had an official studio release last week (and the subject of this article), Cracker Island.

Kicking off with a foreboding synth melody and unsettling sing-talking from 2-D (the singer in the virtual band), it doesn’t take long for this song to become a groove-bomb, … Read More


Excessive Sequels: Terminator

It started as a R-rated horror movie and wound up as a PG-13 joke for several films, only to try to redeem itself as an R rated throwback to better days. What am I talking about? Terminator! In part three of my ever-continuing series about how too much of a good thing can get progressively worse, I will give my brutally honest rating of each Terminator movie. Not appearing here is the tv series as that fits into a different article series, also I never finished it and just now remembered it existed. In case you missed the other two articles (Friday the 13th and Leprechaun) I give two rankings based on a great analogy that I won’t repeat because I wrote it in an article about a much better franchise. Pepper mills are negative rankings and cheese graters are positive rankings, both scores out of a possible one to five with five cheese graters being the best and five pepper mills being the worst. Keep your arms and legs inside the ride at all times and now that everyone knows the rules, we begin our journey into the wild ride that is the Terminator Franchise.

The first two films … Read More