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

robert massimi19 days ago
'Bohemian Rhapsody'
Robert Massimi. Rami Malek plays Freddie Mercury and he is sure to get an Oscar nomination for his performance. Bohemian Rhapsody is the story of Queen and how Farrokh Bulsara met the band Smile, a ba...
Sean Patrick19 days ago
Movie Review 'Burning'
Burning is an American film noir dressed in modern, South Korean sensibilities and aesthetics. This mystery about a missing girl and the two men in her sphere is a fascinating meditation on obsession ...
Amanda Stables19 days ago
'Descendants' Review
This could have been a good movie and I’m not joking. Unfortunately, Kenny Ortega came in and decided to make a High School Musical with Disney characters. A lot of the choices that he made for this f...
Trevor Wells19 days ago
Lifetime Review: 'Psycho Prom Queen'
After a year of recovering from alcoholism, divorced teacher Julie Taylor (Zoe McLellan) moves with her daughter Miya (Nia Roam) to a new town where Julie is taking the place of a private school's mat...
robert massimi20 days ago
'Dear Evan Hansen'
A women at intermission sitting next to me asked me "Why is this show so popular"? I thought about it a few seconds and my answer was that "It has a little something for everybody." By that comment I ...
Patrick Deveney20 days ago
Review: 'Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald'
Spoilers! Okay I’ll start off by saying I did enjoy the movie but it has its list of problems or well in my opinion it did, I just found the film overall awkward, convoluted, and convenient, this actu...
Logan M. Snyder21 days ago
NBC’s 'Manifest'
NBC’s Manifest is a show that focuses on a flight that disappeared mid-flight for five and a half years and how the passengers move on with their lives. The seventh episode was about the character Ben...
Marielle Sabbag22 days ago
'Home for the Holidays'—A Movie Review
While sitting around a holiday table with all your relatives do you ever wonder, who are these people and where did they come from? That’s what Holly Hunter wonders throughout Home for the Holidays. H...
Jo' Ash22 days ago
'Fantastic Beasts' and the Problematic Politics of J.K. Rowling
I would like to preface this by saying that I like the Harry Potter franchise. I am part of the generation that grew up with the books and the characters. I remember my older brother warning me about ...
Sean Patrick23 days ago
Classic Movie Review 'Bonnie & Clyde'
Bonnie & Clyde, 1967, is a stunning movie of its moment. It’s chaotic and violent, a swirling cauldron of romanticized crime and Americana. The film is riddled with bullets and blood and guts and yet it’s not a horror movie. Bonnie & Clyde at once influenced the age of movies that came after it and doesn’t quite live up to the movement it presaged. For all of its reputation, Bonnie & Clyde is best remembered as the beginning of the American New Wave, the era of the superstar director and the end...
Marielle Sabbag23 days ago
'Planes, Trains, and Automobiles' - A Movie Review
Warning: Spoiler Alert For the past two years I have watched Planes, Trains, and Automobiles near Thanksgiving. For those who have not seen Planes, Trains and Automobiles it was a 1987 film directed b...
Marielle Sabbag24 days ago
Reading Memorial High School Drama Club's 'Mamma Mia' Was Fantastic!
Last night I had a night out with my dancing queen gal pals and we attended Reading Memorial High School Drama Club’s, Mamma Mia. It has been four, very fast I’ll admit, years since I have graduated h...
Ada Zuba25 days ago
Review of 'Romeo and Juliette: the Opera'
The opera is one of my favorite pastimes to enjoy. I like going out dressing up and looking like I am a millionaire. This is one of the operas that you do not want to miss. Romeo and Juliette is also ...
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Eric Navas25 days ago
Thoughts on 'Warhammer 40k'
Disclaimer: I don't own the images. All rights go to their respective owners. In my first article I summarized the Warhammer 40k universe (in a simplified way). I will not repeat the summary here. Ins...
Rebecca Weaner25 days ago
Anime Review: 'Black Clover'
Not long ago, I decided to dive head first into yet another anime series. Probably not the best idea considering that I was in the middle of multiple already at the time, but, after a little bit of co...
Chloe Gilholya month ago
Applause for 'Lady Vengeance'
Lady Vengeance is one of my favourite films for its beautiful pacing and artistry mixed with a little bit of violence now and then. This film was a Christmas present for me. I saw an extensive review ...
Robert Caina month ago
'Widows' Movie Review
Released: November 6, 2018 (UK) Length: 129 Minutes Certificate: 15 Director: Steve McQueen Starring: Viola Davies, Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki, Cynthia Erivo, Colin Farrell, Brian Tyree Hen...
KJ Proulxa month ago
'Widows' - Movie Review
A great heist film always gets me excited, as the intricacies that can be put into those stories can make for a fantastic film. From movies like Heat to newer movies like The Town, this genre has alwa...