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

Carlos Gonzalez21 hours ago
H'ween Horrorthon: Pet Sematary
"Sometimes...dead is better." –Jud Crandall played by Fred Gwynne Hello again, hello. Let me say at the outset that I am a die-hard Stephen King fan. When dreaming of making the perfect horror movie o...
Jack Mellora day ago
Movie Review: The Iron Giant (1999)
Throughout the 1990s, animated films saw their highs with such iconic films as The Lion King or Beauty and the Beast, and also the lows of such atrocities as Titanic: The Legend Goes On. The problem f...
Carlos Gonzalez2 days ago
H'ween Horrorthon: Scream
"You push the laws, and you end up dead. Okay, I'll see you in the kitchen with a knife". - Jamie Kennedy as Randy. I'm baaaaaack! Okay, as I previously mentioned in my post blog for Happy Birthday to...
Classic Review: 'The Picture of Dorian Gray'
So before I start this review I would just like to point out that this is one of my all-time favourite books. If this review is slightly biased, then so be it. I read this book at the beginning of my ...
Sean Patrick2 days ago
Movie Review: 'Shot'
The new-in-theaters drama Shot starring Noah Wyle and Sharon Leal may look like a very special episode of a TV drama but it’s a very effective very special episode of a TV drama. This anti-gun message...
The Unauthorized Full House Story
This is hopefully the last time I review an "unauthorized" story. I feel like they are just trying to tell a scandalous story with these, but what it is, is a cheap attempt to cash in on a popular sho...
Sean Patrick4 days ago
Movie Review: 'American Assassin'
American Assassin stars Dylan O’Brien as Mitch Rapp, a normal college age kid who we meet while he is vacationing in Ibiza with his beautiful girlfriend. Just after she has accepted his marriage propo...
Tina Daquilante5 days ago
'It' Proves Humans Are Just as Terrifying as Killer Clowns
Clowns. Why did It have to be clowns? Okay, so maybe that isn't an original hook. However, what is original is the concept that lives in the underbelly of It, the 2017 remake of the Stephen King adapt...
Sean Patrick5 days ago
Movie Review: 'Lipstick Under My Burkha'
“You know what our problem is? We dream too much?” That quote is devastating. It comes from the movie Lipstick Under My Burkha from writer director Alankrita Shrivastava. It’s a remarkable film about ...
Sean Patrick6 days ago
Classic Movie Review: 'Mauvais Sang'
Mauvais Sang or Bad Blood, the English title, stars Dennis Levant as Alex, a small time criminal about to break into the criminal big time. After the death of his father, Alex is sought by his father’...
Sean Patrick6 days ago
Classic Movie Review: 'Rosemary's Baby'
Rosemary’s Baby is one of the most sneakily ingenious psycho-dramas ever made. Director Roman Polanski, a quite correctly demonized figure today, was a masterful director in his day. In Rosemary’s Bab...
Jemma Gallagher6 days ago
'It' - My Review
I saw It earlier this week at my local multiplex and I had a great time watching a film that ticked all the boxes. It is a film based on a Stephen King novel of the same name in which a creepy clown c...
Sean Patrick7 days ago
Movie Review: 'Mother!'
I can’t decide if Mother(!) is Darren Aronofsky’s way of pleasuring himself on screen or if it is a legitimate work of art simply out of the grasp of my pea brain. The film has some seemingly obvious ...
Matthew Frati7 days ago
An "Atypical" Review
One of the greatest features of Netflix is the constant stream of new films and shows available to watch. A few weeks ago, I happened to stumble upon a Netflix original series called Atypical. I'm not...
Mark Hughes8 days ago
It (2017) Movie Review & Reaction
I had some reservations when they first announced a remake of the 1990 version of IT that starred the incredible Tim Curry. No, it’s not because I hold the original in such high esteem that I think it...
Shaun Pond8 days ago
'Ozark' Is Not the Greatest Show Since 'Breaking Bad'
Read almost any review of Netflix’s hit drama Ozark, and you will very likely read that it is the greatest show since Breaking Bad or is the next incarnation of it. This could be due to a simplified u...
Jae Calcutt9 days ago
Fantastic Men and Where to Find Them
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was not a perfect film, for me the script seemed unfocused as it jumped between the children's picture book-esque hunt for the escaped magic animals and the mor...
Sean Patrick9 days ago
Movie Review: 'The Wilde Wedding'
The Wilde Wedding has the chance to be a pretty great movie but lacks the courage to pull it off. The film brings together the talents of Glenn Close, John Malkovich and Patrick Stewart for a wedding ...