[The Weekly Swarm] 6/15 – 6/21

We had a spectacular week of content last week, as you can see in this latest installment of The Weekly Swarm. We shared some of our favorite E3 highlights from gaming’s big three of Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo, reported on the new Illinois bill facing legislation that will allow underage drinkers amnesty (for medical emergencies), Sony and Shenmue III betray what Kickstarter was originally intended for, reviewed The OvernightSan Andreas, Burying the Ex, and Jurassic World, praised shows like Veep and Silicon Valley for their creative use of vulgarity, shared 10 life lessons from women in TV, and our top 10 favorite episodes of Powerpuff Girls. You can find all of this and more below in The Weekly Swarm!

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E3 2015: Highlights from Microsoft’s Press Conference
E3 2015: Highlights from Sony’s Press Conference
E3 2015: Highlights from Nintendo’s Press Conference
Illinois Lawmakers Pass Bill to Grant Amnesty to Underage Drinkers Who Call 911
Brace Yourselves, Kingdom Hearts III is Coming
How Sony and Shenmue III Killed Crowdfunding

The Weekly Swarm Film

[Review] San Andreas
Jurassic World Breaks World Record with $511m Debut
4 Must-See Films at BAMcinemaFest 2015 (June 17-28)
[Review] Jurassic World
[Weekly Netflix Fix] Champs, Orange is the New Black
Official Trailer for the Wonderful ’80s-Inspired Turbo Kid
[Review] Burying The Ex
[SXSW Interview] Jim Murphy (Lava)
[Review] The Overnight

The Weekly Swarm Music

[Playlist of the Week] 5 Retro Video Game Themes for E3

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WWE Money in the Bank 2015: Results and Match Reviews
In Praise of Creative Vulgarity on TV
10 Life Lessons From Current Women in Television
[Weekly Netflix Fix] Champs, Orange is the New Black
The Top 10 Powerpuff Girls Episodes

Geoff Henao

Geoff Henao is a writer/kinda photographer affiliated with the Chicago collective LOD. His interests include film, punk rock, cute girls, graphic novels, video games, and the Chicago Bulls. He's funny sometimes.

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