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

Matthew Kresal6 minutes ago
Review: 'The Trinity Six'
For those with an interest in espionage, the Cambridge Five remain well known. Five graduates of Trinity College Cambridge, the group infiltrated high levels positions inside the British government be...
Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
Directed by Martin Scorsese, The Wolf of Wall Street hit theatres Christmas Day 2013. Based on the best-selling memoir of the same name, The Wolf of Wall Street is the second movie that year to portra...
Sean Patricka day ago
Movie Review: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
I cannot decide which is the more difficult type of review: positive without fawning, negative without being mean-spirited or ambivalent. The last type of review is where I find myself with the new mo...
Rob Trench2 days ago
Chill Out! Wintery Movies To Forget About the Summertime Blues
It's hard to imagine that summer is nearly halfway over, and in just a few more weeks we'll be into the blissful nature of autumn. This is the point in the year when the temperature can be too hot to ...
Dunkirk Review
The clock didn’t stop, it just held its breath. It’s the prelude. It’s the darkest hour. It’s a beach that seems like it’s detached from the rest of civilization. It’s the grey skies or the churning m...
Rachel Lesch3 days ago
A Review of 'Clarissa' by Samuel Richardson
At around 1,431 pages, Clarissa or The History of a Young Lady beats out Les Miserables by Victor Hugo (826 pages), Bleak House by Charles Dickens (813 pages) and War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy (955 pag...
'Frank' Review
Title: Frank MPAA Rating: R Director: Lenny Abrahamson Starring: Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson, Maggie Gyllenhaal Runtime: 1 hr 35 mins
Jae Calcutt4 days ago
Why Spider-Man is the Youthful Comic Book Film of the Summer
Spider-Man: Homecoming was a joy. Right from the start, you could tell that this film was something different, not just with the opening callback to Captain America: Civil War, but also with the deali...
When Good and Bad Film Making Ends... Mediocrity Begins
“What are you afraid of?” Fear is a huge part of our lives, it shapes us into the people that we become. From heights to spiders to crowds and darkness, it is the age old emotion that is unique for ea...
Anecia Lewis5 days ago
Three Must-Read Webcomics!
Recently I've acquired a new guilty pleasure and that is webcomics! There are other names for them as well such as manhua, manhwa, webtoons —you get the picture, yes? So, with that said, I present to ...
Cara Anderson5 days ago
The Big Sick
I saw The Big Sick on Saturday after waiting for what seemed an extremely long time given I first started hearing about it in the spring. This leading man vehicle for Kumail Nanjiani was produced by J...
Paul Levinson5 days ago
Review of Game of Thrones 7.1
Game of Thrones, as everyone knows, was back last night with the start of its seventh season. It was an altogether excellent episode, satisfying in that every major character was given some time, but ...
Why The Bold Type May Be Your New Favorite Show
I'm a show repeater. I rarely ever watch new shows. When I do decide to watch a new show, it's after the first season has already aired. I don't like waiting each week for new episodes. Plus, I just l...
Benaly Canales5 days ago
Game of Thrones
Opening up with what may be a flashback of a feast that old Walder is having for his men, we may start out a little confused since we saw Arya slice his wretched old throat last season, right? But as ...
'God Help the Girl' Review
Title: God Help the Girl MPAA Rating: Unrated Director: Stuart Murdoch Starring: Emily Browning, Olly Alexander, Hannah Murray Runtime: 1 hr 51 mins
Courtney-Anne 6 days ago
A deaf writer who retreated into the woods to live a solitary life must fight for her life in silence when a masked killer appears in her window SPOILERS!!!!
Sophie Wilks6 days ago
How 'Shadowhunters' Went From Bad to Good
As an avid reader of Cassandra Clare's best-selling series The Mortal Instruments, I fell in love with the film (namely Robert Sheehan as Simon) and was excited by the idea of a TV show when it was an...
Review: Death Parade
Show: Death Parade Episodes: 12 Genres: Drama, Horror, Mystery Rating: TV-MA In order to judge the souls of the dead, arbiters host games designed to bring out the darkest parts of a human's soul. Dea...