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

Trevor Wellsa month ago
Lifetime Review: 'Deadly Match'
Trina Campbell (Alyssa Lynch) is a hardworking college student, juggling classes on top of tutoring. But now, on top of having recently witnessed the death of classmate Jade (Alyson Bath), Trina is st...
Gavin Spoorsa month ago
The Retrospective Series: 'How to Train Your Dragon 2'
With the final installment hitting our screens soon, I of course had to revisit the previous How to Train Your Dragon films. I may be in the minority here in that my mind always casts back to the sequ...
Matthew Kresala month ago
Revisiting 'The Day After Tomorrow'
2019 marks the fifteenth anniversary of the release of The Day After Tomorrow. Co-written and directed by Rolland Emmerich in the midst of his being the modern "master of disaster," it was a sizable h...
Edward Andersona month ago
'Glass' Shreds Story
The opening images of Glass tease a movie that will hold the interest of its audience. But like a straight boy flirting with a gay man, it fails to deliver on its promise. After seeing an advanced scr...
Marielle Sabbaga month ago
'If Beale Street Could Talk'—A Movie Review
Movie adaptations on books always vary from the opinions of audiences. Some books are not meant to be a film, and others awaken a breathtaking story bringing your favorite characters to life. If Beale...
Marielle Sabbaga month ago
'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse'—A Movie Review
Remember, always keep your shoes tied. If you don’t then you’ll trip yourself up, fall out a window, and find yourself walking along the walls shooting web out of your hands. Spider-Man: Into the Spid...
robert massimia month ago
'A Man For All Seasons'
Robert Massimi. A Man For All Seasons at The Acorn Theater is a play about Sir Thomas More not yielding his beliefs about God nor mankind. Set in 1530, King Henry the Eighth wants a divorce from his w...
Camille LeZottea month ago
'You,' A Review of the Creepy and Cute
The story of the new Netflix series You starts off as a typical "boy meets girl" story. A girl enters a bookstore, a boy watches her from across the room. Notices the clothes she's wearing and presume...
Courtney Frazera month ago
'A Dog's Way Home'
Before I dive in, let me first start by saying if you haven’t seen this movie yet, be sure to bring some tissues with you when you do. I can’t remember the last time I spent nearly the entire two hour...
Trevor Wellsa month ago
Lifetime Review: 'When Vows Break'
Ella Westcombe (Christa B. Allen) appears to have the ideal future as she prepares to marry the wealthy and handsome Tolan Ferrier (Jacob Young). But during her bachelorette party with her sister Lydi...
Ben Wa month ago
Movies to Watch: 'The Revenant'
What happens when you push a man to his utmost limit? What occurs when you take everything from him including his wife and child? At the point of both physical and mental exhaustion, what carries the ...
Jonathan Sima month ago
'Glass' Is Slightly Disappointing, But a Worthy Conclusion to the Eastrail 177 Trilogy
There has been an insane amount of hype surrounding this movie. For months, fans have been speculating about it, and many cinephiles like me have had this film as one of their most anticipated films o...
Marielle Sabbaga month ago
'Eighth Grade'—A Movie Review
Let’s be real. Is there anyone out there who really enjoyed their years in middle school? Especially eighth grade. There is no film, unlike Eighth Grade, which sells the most awkward final year of tor...
Courtney Lowrya month ago
'Sex Education'—Netflix's Woke Series We Didn't Know We Needed
*This review includes spoilers.* Starting off 2019 with a bang, Netflix has given us Sex Education, a snarky, socially-aware television series chronicling the lives of British high-schoolers as they c...
Robert Caina month ago
'22 July' Movie Review
Released: October 10, 2018 (Netflix Release) Length: 143 Minutes Certificate: 15 Director: Paul Greengrass Starring: Anders Danielsen Lee, Jon Øigarden, Thorbjørn Harr, Jonas Strand Gravli, Ola G. Fur...
Paul Levinsona month ago
Review of 'You'
I've been hearing a lot about You recently—originally on Lifetime, more recently binge-able on Netflix—usually along the lines of "I didn't like it at all, but I couldn't help watching it." Count me a...
Michael Reynosoa month ago
My Movie Review of ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’
The Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie is finally here!! The epic premiere of Dragon Ball Super: Broly was released in the United States on January 16. Today, I've decided to do a review about this epic f...
Trevor Wellsa month ago
Film Review: 'On Pointe'
Ever since she could remember, Paige Johnson (Juliet Doherty) has had one passion: Ballet. Her dedication has even led her to pursue an audition with the San Francisco Ballet Company, guided by her de...