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

Sean Patricka month ago
Movie Review '55 Steps'
55 Steps is unquestionably a tearjerker—it just happens to be a high calibur tearjerker. This is a superb film that features a pair of lead performances that just work. Helena Bonham Carter and Hilary Swank are given all the room in the world to emote and overact and instead both actresses find near perfect tones for their performances that bridge a perfect gap between the broad strokes of drama and the authenticity of a based-on-a-true story movie. In 55 Steps, Carter portrays Eleanor Riese, a ...
robert massimia month ago
Network at the Belasco Theatre has more production bells and whistles than one can handle. The Belasco has been turned into a shiny contemporary landscape with a massive screen acting as a backdrop fo...
KJ Proulxa month ago
'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald' - Movie Review
Being a fan of the Harry Potter film franchise for as long as I can remember, I’ve been looking forward to this expansion of this Wizarding World that has been created by J.K. Rowling. I enjoyed the f...
KJ Proulxa month ago
'Overlord' - Movie Review
It’s a rarity that movies like this are made today. Original concepts are either tampered with by a studio or forced to change in order to fit a franchise or set up an entire universe of movies. It’s ...
Peter Pa month ago
Film Review: 'Warning Shot' (2018)
Summary A single mother and her young daughter struggle to make ends meet until they inherit their family's farmhouse. When a business rival covets their water rights, the situation spirals out of con...
Marielle Sabbaga month ago
'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again'—A Movie Review
Mamma Mia! There is a sequel to the 2008 ABBA-tastic movie version of the beloved musical Mamma Mia! Mamma Mia centers around a young woman by the name of Sophie who is about to get married. She invit...
'Mayans M.C.'—The Long Road to an Incredible First Season
At this point in the game after completing the first season it us undeniable what impact Mayans M.C. has had on long term fans of SoA. It has brought us back to the world of outlaw bikers and violence...
Robert Caina month ago
'Daredevil' Series Review (Season 3)
Released: October 19th 2018 (UK and US) Created by: Drew Goddard Number of Episodes: 13 Where to Watch: Netflix Starring: Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson, Vincent D'Onofrio, Joanne Whalley...
robert massimia month ago
'Girl from the North Country'
Robert Massimi. Girl From The North Country is a rugged body of work, much like the songwriter himself, Bob Dylan. Straight out of a Dylan song, this play attempts to show us the lives of many people,...
Danny Duffa month ago
'The Dragon Prince' Is Almost Great
Is Netflix's 'The Dragon Prince' the next 'Avatar: The Last Airbender?'
Brian a month ago
My Review of the Movie 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
Bohemian Rhapsody is already a bonafide hit in the movie theatre. It’s a bio picture about the life and times of Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of the famous rock band Queen. Tons of people are chec...
robert massimia month ago
Robert Massimi. When I saw this Tony Award winner in the early 80's, times were different then today, however, Gemini (short for Geminiani, the father and son that are at the forefront of this perform...
robert massimia month ago
'King Kong'
Robert Massimi. King Kong at the Broadway Theatre should have been the show of the year. Unfortunately, it was not even close. There are several reasons this musical falls flat. The first is the casti...
Sean Patricka month ago
30 Years of Almodovar's 'Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown'
Pedro Almodovar is a wonderful director. His talent for insight and his strange sensibilities consistently surprise. This could not be more true of his 1988 farce, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, which cobbles together elements of 50s rom-coms with the overheated dramatics of a telenovela to wonderful comic effect. As the film turns 30 years old this weekend, November 9 to 11, it's as good of a time as any for a review of this work of fluffy comic strangeness which has since inspired ...
Trevor Wellsa month ago
Lifetime Review: 'The Perfect Mother'
Stella Marshall (Sunny Mabrey) appears to have it all, a thriving career and social following as a blogger specializing in mother/daughter bonding tips. But underneath the veneer of perfection her lif...
Jeffrey Fontanosa month ago
Review: 'My Heroes Have Always Been Junkies'
Point blank, Ed Brubaker’s original graphic novel delivers. Ed has a talent bringing out the beauty in characters no matter how damaged or dark their background is (see Kill or Be Killed for another e...
Sean Patricka month ago
How Marketing Undermines Suspense in 'The Girl in the Spider's Web'
Two trailers for the new Sony action movie The Girl in the Spider’s Web illustrate something about modern Hollywood marketing that should make you more wary of movie trailers. These two trailers go a long way toward spoiling almost everything about this twisty thriller that thrives on creating suspense—suspense that is drained away almost completely if you watch the trailers. The illustrative lesson at hand from these trailers is that Hollywood marketers do not care about your experience of the ...
KJ Proulxa month ago
'Bohemian Rhapsody'—Movie Review
It’s inevitable. Multiple biopics are now created on a yearly basis, and will continue to be made until the end of time. In my opinion, if not a single writer can come up with an original concept, the...