Spider-Man: No Way Home- Why This Was the Best Possible Trailer

Typically, my excitement for a new Spider-Man movie is on the same level as middle schooler who gets a like on Instagram from their crush. Heart flutters. Sweating for no apparent reason. The inability to stop rambling. These are the emotions and reactions that make the world turn. Yet, with No Way Home… I’m more the middle schooler who gets two likes on Instagram and … Continue reading Spider-Man: No Way Home- Why This Was the Best Possible Trailer

What Stranger Things Day Taught Us About Season 4

Stranger Things fans have not had a whole lot to celebrate ever since Hop heartbreakingly reminded us to keep the door open three inches over two years ago now. Season three crushed the Fourth of July Weekend of 2019 and it was glorious. I drank gin, I did a guest DJ spot at our local bar, I attempted to watch fireworks in foggy weather, and … Continue reading What Stranger Things Day Taught Us About Season 4

The Book of Boba Fett Teaser- I Intend To Rule With Respect

Jabba ruled with fear. I intend to rule with respect. I don’t know, maybe it was watching The Many Saints of Newark or the upcoming release of Woke Up This Morning: The Definitive Oral History of the Sopranos or maybe it’s the fifteen-year anniversary of The Departed but I have been craving some mob-like, shady underground stories. The type where Al Pacino is complaining about … Continue reading The Book of Boba Fett Teaser- I Intend To Rule With Respect

A New Kindle & The Pursuit of Book Covers

Michael Scott once described his greatest weaknesses as being he works too hard, cares too much, and sometimes he can be a bit too invested in his job. It’s a clever thing to say when on a job interview, despite the fact that you aren’t an actual consideration for the position and one of the rare times where Michael says something and it actually works … Continue reading A New Kindle & The Pursuit of Book Covers

Canceled TV Shows- Don’t Do It Mid-Season and Keep Airing The Series… It’s Disrespectful

There was a more primitive time where television show renewals were based on the amount of viewership said television show received. It was pretty black and white, either people watched the show and we got more of it (yay) or people didn’t watch the show and we had to watch it get brutally executed on a grand stage (boo). I don’t think today’s generation understands … Continue reading Canceled TV Shows- Don’t Do It Mid-Season and Keep Airing The Series… It’s Disrespectful

Star Wars- How Hayden Christensen’s Ahsoka Return Brings Everything Full Circle

Friday night, I had a plan. It was a great plan as far as plans go. We’re talking the perfect recipe for relaxation. Was going to start the night watching a couple of episodes of Cowboy Bebop, which you can now find on Netflix, while eating some Chinese food. Beef and broccoli with an egg roll, just living my best life. Right off the bat, … Continue reading Star Wars- How Hayden Christensen’s Ahsoka Return Brings Everything Full Circle

A Conversation With You… On Why I Didn’t Write A Column

Geeklings, there is no column today. “But Kevin, yes there is. I’m clearly reading it right now. You’re using words and published it on the interwebs and everything. I think you might be confused.” A fair point to make. Yes, I took the time to write these words that are now dancing across your eyeholes. Yes, I did publish them on the interwebs for you … Continue reading A Conversation With You… On Why I Didn’t Write A Column

A Surplus Of Content- Discussing The Batman, Black Phone, Cowboy Bebop & Everything In Between

As a writer, your biggest fear is not having anything to write about. There’s nothing worse than having the ambition, the drive, the excitement to write, and then sitting in front of your keyboard and finding there’s nothing there. Your fingers sit motionless on top of the keyboard almost as if they’ve never typed anything before while your brain madly scrambles for something, anything, to … Continue reading A Surplus Of Content- Discussing The Batman, Black Phone, Cowboy Bebop & Everything In Between

The Joys of Powering Down

Heading into a two-week vacation, one gets certain expectations, Han Solo might have described them as delusions of grandeur. Besides all of the non-working, there are a ton of things one wants to get done for themselves. Whether it’s cleaning the house or seeing friends or maybe reading a book, every vacation comes with a plan and then vacation hits and that plan goes out … Continue reading The Joys of Powering Down

Week In Geek- Michael Myers, Midnight Mass, & the Return of Bake Off (!!)

Geeklings, I don’t know if you know this but we’ve got quite the week ahead of us and I’m not just bragging about my impending vacation or upcoming birthday, which is Sunday for those of you keeping track and if you need gift ideas, I’ve got them for you. I’m not even talking about the New York Football Giants retirement of my Super Bowl hero, … Continue reading Week In Geek- Michael Myers, Midnight Mass, & the Return of Bake Off (!!)