I miss going to the movies. That’s it. That’s the whole concept. I know, in the grand scheme of everything that is happening in the world right now this is small potatoes. Especially when one can watch a movie from the comfort of their couch or leather lazy boy chair that causes them to sweat for no reason at all during the summer because leather … Continue reading I Miss Going To The Movies: A Love Letter To Popcorn
There’s something to be said about the dramatic entrance that just gets the blood pumping. A dramatic entrance so badass that the adrenaline starts coursing through the veins making you believe that you can run through a wall… don’t try this. You can’t. A dramatic entrance so spectacular that you start to consider trying to top it the next time you’re invited out to meet … Continue reading Who Has the Best Dramatic Entrances In The MCU?
When Marvel Studios announced that their first film in the much-hyped Phase Four, the post Endgame era, would be a Black Widow movie it raised a few eyebrows. For some, it seemed a little late, even before we take the events of Endgame into consideration, and that doing a Black Widow movie now seemed to miss the window of a prime release. Now once you … Continue reading Black Widow- Taskmaster & the Multiverse
It has been a slow news week. There hasn’t been much to get excited about. Sure there’s the upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog movie but outside of that… meh. Next week looks to pick things back up again which is great for me as there hasn’t been a lot of content to write about. I was actually coming here to write a filler piece about the … Continue reading Matt Reeves’s Batman- First Look At Robert Pattinson
Geeklings, I live. What a week it has been for yours truly. It started around Sunday, as most weeks do, where I wasn’t feeling so hot during the Super Bowl. No, it wasn’t just the commercials that had me feeling “meh”, my body was in full “hey, we might be coming down with something” alert. I just figured it would be a cold and was willing … Continue reading Week In Geek- …or How I Survived the Flu
Waking up at five o’clock in the morning blows. There’s no way around it, it just sucks. I would love to sleep until six, seven, eight o’clock but there is too much to be done and no time to waste. I can hear you now, “what could you possibly have to do at five o’clock in the morning” and the answer is mostly work out … Continue reading Black Widow Trailer- Celebrating the Legacy Of Natasha Romanoff
A month ago a large majority of us lost our mind when Sony announced that Spider-Man would be leaving the MCU. It was the type of betrayal that was on par with Zack Morris dating Lisa Turtle. Not only was that a shitty thing to do to Screech but what about your audience? Presenting us with a relationship that would so obviously work so late … Continue reading Could Spider-Man End Up Back In the MCU?
Do you know what relief is, Geeklings? It’s coming here on a Monday for a brand new edition of the Week In Geek and actually having content to discuss with you guys. I’ll be honest, these last few weeks over summer have been kind of rough. There hasn’t been a whole lot going on and I’ve spent most of my time acting like Fry’s dog hoping that … Continue reading Week In Geek- Dave Chappelle Returns, Darth Rey (?!), & SNL Welcomes Back A Major Cast Member
“Mr. Feige… I don’t feel so good” We should have known that this was going to happen. The writing has been on the wall for quite some time and yet we ignored it. Call it true believer optimism or just the logical thought process of continuing a smart business plan that brings in billions of dollars. We allowed ourselves to get comfortable even though we should … Continue reading This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things- Sony Takes Back Spider-Man
Spider-Man is my favorite superhero. Ever since I was two years old, I’ve wanted to be Spider-Man. It’s a strange thing to say as an adult but that idea of wanting to be Spider-Man has never stopped, it’s just evolved. Because what is Spider-Man? He’s that every man. The most relatable superhero of all time. A man who is trying to balance being the best … Continue reading Spider-Man Far From Home Review- A New Phase Begins