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

Marielle Sabbag10 days ago
RMHS Drama Club 'Selfie' Was a Powerful Performance
I enjoy when I get the chance to return back to my old high school to catch the talented drama club do a new show. Last night, the Reading Memorial High School Drama Club performed a powerful student-...
Cheryl Lynn10 days ago
Book Review: Jason De Boer—Annihilation Songs
Stalking Horse Press is an independent publishing house based in Santa Fe, NM. Unlike mainstream publishers, their books are more radical and subversive. They publish authors who take risks and experi...
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Brian 10 days ago
My Review of 'Hands of Stone'
Hands of Stone is a little known movie about famous boxer named Roberto Duran. Roberto Duran is already a famous boxer that I'm sure much of the world has heard of, but he's a treasure in his homeland...
Shauna Graham10 days ago
'Broken Path:' Riveting Action/Revenge Thriller from Power Rangers' Director Koichi Sakamoto
Ok, first of all, I would be a bit 'apprehensive' myself about the former Power Rangers director, Koichi Sakamoto, directing this martial arts epic from the off-start. However, as we're introduced to ...
Marielle Sabbag10 days ago
'Coraline' — A Movie Review
If you ever find a door that you don’t remember seeing in your home, it’s best to avoid it. You never know if there is another world that is waiting to pull you into its dark fantasies. Can you believ...
Marielle Sabbag11 days ago
'Fatal Attraction' — A Movie Review
Better lock your doors, make sure your bunnies are safe, and be on the lookout for Alex Forrest. You never know what she'll think up next in her diabolical schemes. Fatal Attraction is an on-edge 1987...
Trevor Wells12 days ago
Lifetime Review: 'Death of a Cheerleader'
At Hollybrook High School, Bridget Moretti (Aubrey Peeples) decides she wants to take her principal's challenge to better herself, idolizing her school's elite clique of popular girls. Leading that gr...
Lestat’s Comic Book Review Round-Up – February Week 1, 2019
This is the first week of February, and my Comic Book Review Round-Up is chock-a-block with some fantastic comics, and some downers. Watch the video and scroll through to read my thoughts on "Batman #64," "Young Justice #2," "Age of X-Man: The Marvelous X-Men #1," "Uncanny X-Men #11," as well as comic book number ones from DC, Valiant, and Image Comics.
'Casino Royale' by Ian Fleming: Review
James Bond is an icon of both literary and cinematographic characters. Since Ian Fleming created the character nearly 70 years ago, he has gone on to become an icon of not just the spy genre, but of B...
Jo' Ash14 days ago
'Rent' Live: A Review
Rent was a fairly obvious choice for a live broadcast. The musical has fans across the world, covering generations of musical theatre fans. The show has been on Off-Broadway, Broadway, the West End, t...
Gavin Spoors15 days ago
The Retrospective Series: 'The Guest'
With a few projects under their belt now, writer Simon Barrett and director Adam Wingard have distinguished themselves as filmmakers who like to subvert the horror genre. With their fifth partnership,...
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Brian 15 days ago
My Review of the TV Adaptation 'Cinderella' (1997)
Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella (1997) was Disney's first live action take on Cinderella with a plethora of starts to help them out. We all know the story of Cinderella, so I don't really have to...
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Brian 17 days ago
My Review of 'Bridge to Terabithia'
Bridge to Terabithia is a family movie geared towards kids that came out back in 2007. I would never have heard of this movie if it wasn't for my girlfriend. She told me that she loved it when she wat...
Lewis Wilson17 days ago
'Sorry to Bother You' Review
I saw this film on Monday, and am currently sat—exactly 48 hours after the screening, still trying to decide if I like it. This is a first for me. This is the first time in years I’ve stepped out of a film, being really unsure as to whether or not I liked it. So, I’m gonna put the beef of the film up front, and talk spoiler stuff after the important stuff. One, because this film intentionally hides a lot of what it’s about in the trailer and two, because you wouldn’t believe me if I told you the...
robert massimi17 days ago
'The Trial of the Catonsville Nine'
Robert Massimi. Catonsville Nine had some real good things to it; the play had some disturbing things, and some elements that did not belong. The play is put forth by the Transport Group at the Abrons...
Watching—'How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World'
How to Train your Dragon: The Hidden World, is the third film in the How to Train Your Dragon franchise. It is written and directed by Dean DeBlois, who also wrote and directed the previous two instal...
Reviewing the MCU: 'Iron Man'
Remember 2008? 11 years ago and a lot happened that year, The Dark Knight was released, Heath Ledger tragically passed away, and Barack Obama was elected as the first African-American President of the...
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Brian 19 days ago
My Review of 'The Kominsky Method'
The Kominsky Method is about two old friends named Norman, played by Alan Arkin and Sandy played by Michael Douglas. Norman is an agent that has recently lost his wife and Sandy is his best friend who...