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

Tré Jones13 hours ago
Review of 'Black Panther' (2018)
*No major spoilers ahead. You've probably seen or heard about the meme by now. The premiere of Marvel's Black Panther has been heralded as such a monumental moment for black culture that people even m...
Ewan Gleadow16 hours ago
'Bright' (2017) Review
“You’re fearless. You always know what to do. What you did tonight, that’s what it takes for an Orc to get blooded. An act of great bravery. To me, you’re like a blooded human.” - Nick Jakoby, Bright ...
Dagny Desiree21 hours ago
Book Review: 'Trafficked'
The Sunday Times Bestseller, Trafficked, by Sophie Hayes, is a beautifully written biography. “The terrifying true story of a British girl forced into the sex trade.” Trusting a friend ended up being ...
Robert Cain2 days ago
'Black Panther' Movie Review
Released: 12 February 2018 (UK) Length: 134 Minutes Certificate: 12A Director: Ryan Coogler Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya,...
Matthew Kresal2 days ago
Review: Batman - Gotham By Gaslight
“What if?” stories have always been popular with the chance to re-imagine events or people in a different light. Comics, in particular, have made much use of the idea with DC dedicating an entire rang...
KJ Proulx3 days ago
'Black Panther' - Movie Review
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has now been around for nearly a decade and not only has it matured as a franchise, but it has also evolved into something worth holding onto for generations to come. Sur...
Sean Patrick4 days ago
Movie Review: 'Samson'
The biggest success for the movie Samson is that it isn’t completely terrible. That is not something that can be said of most Pureflix movies. The Pureflix brand of pandering, hateful, choir preaching...
Azaria Brown4 days ago
A Review of Chris Rock's 'Tamborine'
The last two years or so have been enriched with black comedy. From Dave Chappelle's previous work with Netflix and his time at Radio City Music Hall to Trevor Noah's brilliant job on The Daily Show, ...
Donovan Barlow5 days ago
Scorecard Weekly: 'Taken'
I got a pocket, got a pocket, full of sunshine! No really, sitting in 73-degree weather, staring at a miniature palm tree can work absolute wonders. At least, that’s what I’m telling myself. I’m not g...
Sean Patrick5 days ago
Movie Review: 'Black Panther'
I don’t want to confine Black Panther to the fact of its nearly all-Black cast. However, as I sat to enjoy the latest addition to Marvel’s cinematic universe, the genuine importance of Black Panther’s...
Trevor Wells6 days ago
Lifetime Review: 'The Wrong Roommate'
With Valentine's Day either here or just now passing, I decided it was only fitting to make up for my last review by picking a great Lifetime flick for my last "Tainted Love" review (or at least, the ...
KJ Proulx6 days ago
'Big Little Lies' - Season One Review: Uncomfortable, Disturbing, and Downright Unmissable
Whether or not you watch primetime television and take a chance on a show being good or terrible, or you’re someone who waits to find out if a series is any good once its run has concluded, there are ...
Trevor Wells6 days ago
Lifetime Review: 'Til Death Do Us Part'
Poor Haylie Duff can't catch a break with Lifetime, it seems. Apart from 2012's Home Invasion and a borderline case with the more recent The Bachelor Next Door, it seems hardly any of her movies are a...
Ashley Grecco7 days ago
Because I Have a Voice
As a lover of history and a film major, historic biopics are my go-to genre of enjoyment. An aspiring director myself, these films inspire me to dig deeper into the stories I want to tell on the scree...
Peter P7 days ago
Mom and Dad (2017)
“I mean, I used to be Brent… and you used to be Kendall… and now we’re just… Mom and Dad.” I’m sure some parents will experience it in their life. The moment you get a bit tired of your offspring. Tha...
Sean Patrick7 days ago
Movie Review: '15:17 to Paris'
15:17 to Paris is an epically misguided attempt at honoring three people who did something extraordinary. On August 21st, 2015, three Americans, Spencer Stone, Anthony Sadler, and Alec Skarlatos, were...
Sean Patrick8 days ago
Movie Review: 'The Ballad of Lefty Brown'
The Ballad of Lefty Brown is a rough and tumble, old school western, directed with love and reverence for the genre. Writer-Director Jared Moshe in his second feature, and his second western, followin...
Mike Charest8 days ago
Oscars Countdown: 'Phantom Thread'
Phantom Thread is one of those movies that makes over half its box office earnings from people doing their Oscars homework, myself included. Seeing this one was more of a requirement than anything els...