Trailer Dump- Saw, Rick and Morty, & The Bad Batch

Trailers are secretly the best gift to get randomly during the week. Think back to last week when James Gunn Tweeted on Thursday, we’d be getting a trailer for The Suicide Squad. Suddenly not only were we excited for new episodes of Falcon and the Winter Soldier and the premiere of Invincible but we had a big-budget comic book movie trailer to get excited about … Continue reading Trailer Dump- Saw, Rick and Morty, & The Bad Batch

On Fridays… We Avoid The Internet

Friday’s are clearly the best day of the week if you take out Tuesday and the tacos it usually brings. The work week ends, you can stay up later if you want to drink till your hungover you now can do that, and it marks the release of new shows, movies, or episodes. Friday is the gift that keeps on giving, kind of like re-watching … Continue reading On Fridays… We Avoid The Internet

I Am Geek’s 1000th Column Celebration

Geeklings, brace yourself for a very generic opening but I honestly can’t think of another way to start this momentous column. The truth of the matter is, it’s best to just be matter of fact, I suppose, and give you a bit of insight on what’s circling around the inside of my head at this moment. Sometimes the best way to be clever is by … Continue reading I Am Geek’s 1000th Column Celebration

I Am Geek and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Geeklings, I have had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. I mean, maybe it’s not that bad but it’s been annoying. Annoying to the point where a stress headache has taken residence in the left side of my brain and it’s not overly powerful but more like a neighbor whose bass is up a little too loud and they’re playing Montell Jordan deep … Continue reading I Am Geek and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Looking For Distractions In the Chaos

Well, it would seem like we’re in the post-credit phase of 2020. The year is technically over but now we’re getting a glimpse of the things to, um, look forward to for the upcoming year. 2021 is only seven days old and already we’ve had a riot on the Capital Building, continued spikes in COVID, the Knicks came back from a fifteen point deficit… and … Continue reading Looking For Distractions In the Chaos

Ten Thousand Views Celebration

I’m not a crazy New Years Resolution guy. That doesn’t mean I don’t make them but I try to keep them obtainable. I feel too often we set these unrealistic resolutions and all they do is discourage us for the rest of the year, and 2020 was discouraging enough in itself. Mainly I focus on things like my yearly reading list (which I crushed) or … Continue reading Ten Thousand Views Celebration