Complete Guide to February 2019

With January behind us, we now look to February to entertain us through the last stretch of this unreasonably cold winter, and it seems like February is not going to disappoint. MoviesReleasing on February 14...

February 2019 Guide to Gaming

February is bringing a lot of great titles this year. From the very anticipated "Anthem" which just had two weekends of demos to mixed reviews to the third installment of the "Crackdown" series. A...

February 2019 Streaming Guide

Netflix is releasing a total of 38 original movies/shows to their platform this month with many of the new titles fitting nicely into Valentine's day theme. On a slightly more morbid tone, there's Velvet...

February 2019 Guide to Movies

Releasing on February 14 is actually a movie that's either going to be terrible or so terrible it's amazing. I'm talking of course about Alita: Battle Angel. Having an unimpressive score on Rotten Tomatoes...

January 2019 Streaming Guide

Netflix is getting a lot of great content January. While we are getting the final season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Ant-Man and the Wasp will be released on January 19th and that may be...

January 2019 Guide to Movies

The most anticipated movie for us at NIHF being released this month is M. Night Shyamalan's Glass. Bringing the unexpected Unbreakable Trilogy to a dramatic close and with Bruce Willis, Sarah Paulson, James McAvoy...

Complete Guide to January 2019

Typically when we think of January its usually a beginning, January of 2019 is different however as we are going to be seeing the release of some major conclusions across several all our favorite...

January 2019 Guide to Gaming

All of us here at NIHF were disappointed to see the closure of Telltale Games, January 15th we will have the final release to Telltale's The Walking Dead. Telltale always made quality games so...

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