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

Q-ell Betton13 days ago
'White Chamber' - Review​ (Netflix)
Paul Raschid grew up around filmmaking. His father, Neville, a producer, obviously had young Paul around the good and the great of British film from a young age. Perhaps he was even around internation...
A. D. Cullum14 days ago
Watching 'Kakegurui' Season 2 Episode 1
Last month, the second season of the live action adaptation of Kakegurui dropped on Netflix. As such, we come to another instance where I have positive and negative feelings towards Netflix's modus op...
Steven Shinder14 days ago
DC Universe's 'Swamp Thing' Ends with 'Loose Ends'
Swamp Thing is the third live-action show on DC Universe, following the releases of Titans and Doom Patrol's first seasons. While those two shows take place in the same universe, Swamp Thing is kept m...
Trevor Wells14 days ago
Film Review: 'Ekaj'
Ekaj (Jake Mestre) is a 16-year-old struggling to survive on the streets, having been kicked out of his home after a falling out with his homophobic father. With no home or money, Ekaj has turned to h...
Dakota Thomas 15 days ago
‘Euphoria’ EP. 4 Review and Recap
Previously on the HBO series Euphoria staring former Disney star Zendaya, a lot happened regarding each of the characters. Jules sent nudes to her secret lover who we know as Nate, the star football p...
Ziora Zora15 days ago
'Storm and Silence'
Storm and Silence (Book Review) Feminism, business mogul, romantic-comedy including glances of historical values? Powerful and richest man? Revenges? Sarcastic? Funny Mohammedan Bodyguard? Then, Storm...
Rich Monetti15 days ago
'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' Is Just One Boring Fairy Tale
If someone said that you could go back in time and spend a few days on the Hollywood scene in 1969, the answer would be obvious. You would anonymously shadow the onset movements of Clint Eastwood, Rom...
Trevor Wells15 days ago
Film Review: 'We Die Alone'
Aidan (Baker Chase Powell) wants one thing out of life more than anything else: to experience love and feel a special connection with another human being. But with his crippling social anxiety and ins...
Trevor Wells15 days ago
Hallmark Review: 'Summer Love'
WARNING: Spoilers throughout After tragically losing her husband, Maya Sulliway (Rachael Leigh Cook) finds herself a single mother struggling to raise her daughter Addison (Hannah Cheramy) alone. With...
Q-ell Betton16 days ago
'Triple Threat'—Review (Netflix)
Billionaire’s daughter, Xiao Xian (Celine Jade) is in Maha Jaya promising to use her inherited wealth to help bring down organised crime in China. In the jungle, a band of mercenaries, led by Devereau...
A. D. Cullum16 days ago
Cinema Trips 'Fast and the Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw'
Fast and the Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw is the ninth installment in the Fast and the Furious franchise, and the first of the spin off films featuring characters that has appeared in previous fil...
Trevor Wells16 days ago
Hallmark-ian Review: 'Twist of Fate'
Interior designer Kelly Sands (Cassie Steele) is reluctant to re-enter the dating scene again after a painful breakup with her unfaithful ex-fiancee. Advertising executive Jeff Gates (Ryan Kennedy) is...
Marielle Sabbag16 days ago
'Yesterday' - A Movie Review
Tomorrow is another day. Then again if you wish for yesterday you’ll never realize what you lose. Directed by Danny Boyle, Yesterday circles around the life of a struggling musician, Jack Malick. Afte...
Morgan Sankofa16 days ago
'The Art of Self Defense' Movie Review
Well it looks like I finally found my comical character embodiment. This review may contain spoilers, but if you like sarcastic humor and awkward introversion in abundance this movie will have you lau...
Trevor Wells17 days ago
Lifetime Review: 'The Wrong Man'
Kim Cassidy (Jessica Morris) has found herself in a rut in regards to her struggling writing career, and it's in the midst of a meeting with her editor Jen Bennington (Vivica A. Fox) that Kim receives...
My Review of 'Mission Impossible: Fallout'
I'm actually not sure how the Mission Impossible franchise keeps getting me to watch their movies. Each sequel is technically not radically different from one another and I'm not totally into the espi...
Review - 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'
I saw Once Upon a Time in Hollywood last night at the Arclight in Hollywood. The new film by Quentin Tarantino was what I will go out on a limb here and say, was one of his best films he's done since ...
Jonathan Sim17 days ago
'Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw' Is an Effortlessly Entertaining Blockbuster with Incredible Action Setpieces
I was able to catch this movie at an advance screening. Walked to the theater in the middle of a thunderstorm. Socks were soaked. Lost my glasses in the rain.