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Reviews of the top geek movies, tv, and books in the industry.

  • Dylan Slater
    Published about 6 hours ago
    American Dad, for black eyes only.. review

    American Dad, for black eyes only.. review

    Ok so guys I gotta say I honestly I LOVE the James Bond movies and American Dad is one of my favorite shows, so put them together and it is just brilliant. The plot goes that Stan (clearly the stand in for James bond) is needed to capture a up and comer called Black Villain (principal Lewis) aka the dude that killed his wife, Sexpun (Francine). And To do that he’s going to need the assistance of his by then though-to-be-dead first adversary named Tearjerker (Roger). The only problem being that Tearjerker is held in a nearly un-escapable maximum security maximum, (even Stan lampshades this when his boss tells him he will be patterning you with the assumed dead Tearjerker).
  • Yenomi
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Waves
  • Marielle Sabbag
    Published a day ago
    Blinded by the Light - A Movie Review

    Blinded by the Light - A Movie Review

    Follow the path to your dreams. Just remember to stay true to yourself and your family.
  • Alexandrea Sams
    Published a day ago
    Birds of Prey

    Birds of Prey

    I want to start this by saying that I was entirely prepared to be disappointed in this movie, I was ready to tear it to shreds. That said I am happily surprised that Birds of Prey was actually phenomenal. It was witty, bold, and brilliantly executed. It was an amazing stand alone movie, yet also set up two different sequels. I really have nothing but positive things to say about this movie so let's get started.
  • Marielle Sabbag
    Published 3 days ago
    Downhill - A Movie Review

    Downhill - A Movie Review

    Beware of the avalanches when you go away for a skiing vacation.
  • Rich Monetti
    Published 3 days ago
    1984 : I Love Story

    1984 : I Love Story

    Winston Smith is in love. Who new 1984 could uplift in this manner and was filled with such joyous schlock? Well, it's not, but John Hurt conveys the contentment to chilling perfection in Michael Radford’s 1984 adaptation of the Orwell masterpiece.
  • Sammi Curran
    Published 3 days ago
    I Saw "Sonic the Hedgehog" and You Should Too

    I Saw "Sonic the Hedgehog" and You Should Too

    When I was younger, one of my favorite toys had to be my GameCube. I had Fire Emblem, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, and of course Super Smash Bros. I also had a bunch of Sonic the Hedgehog games. Sonic Heroes and Sonic Adventure 2 were two of my favorite games ever. I’d beaten both of them multiple times, and still replayed them frequently. I’ve always really loved Sonic.
  • Annie Caropresi-O'Connor
    Published 3 days ago
    Sonic the Hedgehog

    Sonic the Hedgehog

    As a kid, I spent many a rainy-day playing Sonic on my big blue Sega Game Gear, but other than my childhood Sonic days I really didn't spend much time with the classic video game. So, I wouldn't consider myself a die-hard fan. With that being said, I think we all remember seeing the first trailer for the then-upcoming Sonic film and collectively cringed over the bizarre look of our beloved space hog. Luckily the CGI team heard our cries and retreated to the drawing board to revive Sonic's design. Well done and thank you!! I think without a doubt if they had stayed with their first design, the movie would've been unwatchable. Check out the comparison below.
  • Peter P
    Published 3 days ago
    Adam Sandler nails it in this nerve-wracking thriller.

    Adam Sandler nails it in this nerve-wracking thriller.

    That’s a million dollar opal you are holding. Straight from the Ethiopian Jewish tribe.
  • Rich Monetti
    Published 4 days ago
    Come and Find Me Delivers Suspense but Not Enough Purpose
  • Dylan Slater
    Published 5 days ago
    An eye for An eye... Film review
  • Fanpicked Media
    Published 6 days ago
    You’re Still The One

    You’re Still The One

    Trilogies are not common within the genre of romantic comedies. The formula of “boy and girl meet, they fall in love, they break up, they get back together” can only be stretched so far within a span of a two hour long story, it’s even harder to expand on that formula for another four hours worth of story. Sure, there have been attempts, such as “Before Sunrise”, “Before Sunset”, and “Before Midnight” (although they aren’t comedies), and other attempts focus on the three phases of the relationship: the budding romance, their wedding day, and the birth of the first child (see the “Meet The Parents” trilogy, or better yet, don’t). So I was hoping that when Netflix planned to make a sequel to their hit movie “To All The Boys I Loved Before”, I feared it would walk into all the tropes and cliches of rom-coms before it. Thankfully, they didn’t go far into cringe territory. But how does the film fair as a whole? Let’s find out.