Community- Six Seasons and Netflix

I don’t think anyone could truly be blamed if they spent the majority of their time on social media falling deeper and deeper into a coronavirus like wormhole. Picture that part in Alice In Wonderland where Alice is falling down the hole but instead of it being dirt and mushrooms picture icky coronavirus like vibes falling past her while also sticking to her soul. Good … Continue reading Community- Six Seasons and Netflix

Week In Geek- Barry Returns, Spidey Posters, & the Best High School Play Ever

Geeklings, a funny thing happened as I was constructing this week’s new edition of the Week In Geek. Yes, the very same edition that is currently gracing your eyeholes. Every Monday I have a ritual, I take all the things that I know are coming out for that week and pull them together. From there I shorten the list to four or five items, I … Continue reading Week In Geek- Barry Returns, Spidey Posters, & the Best High School Play Ever

Collapsing Under the Weight of Netflix Content

Sometimes I just want to watch something. Throw it on the television and kind of unwind from the day of work. It should be an easy task. Something that should take all of five minutes to decide, but that’s never the case. Nope, usually, I’ll sit in front of my television and cycle through all of the content and end up being so overwhelmed that … Continue reading Collapsing Under the Weight of Netflix Content

The Adorable Creature Goes To Scranton Part 2

Geeklings, welcome back to our re-occurring column, The Adorable Creature Goes To Scranton, a series dedicated to my girlfriend Alyson’s first viewing of The Office. An event so momentous that it deserved to be written about. Having a website that covers all things pop culture really gives me the freedom to write whatever I want and I thought it would be a lot of fun to talk about … Continue reading The Adorable Creature Goes To Scranton Part 2

Neglected Trailers

You know, with all the writing I’ve been doing about Avengers Infinity War, and trust me, there has been a lot of writing about Avengers Infinity War it dawned on me today that I have neglected a number of other trailers. Not all trailers make it into the Week In Geek. Sometimes they get attached to the Facebook page and other times I kind of forget to tell you guys about … Continue reading Neglected Trailers

Week In Geek- X-Files, Miles Morales Movie, & More Chappelle

Geeklings, Happy New Year to you all! We did it, we made it to 2018, I know it seemed like it was a little impossible at times, but here we are with an empty canvas of a year ahead of us. Let’s make it the best possible. I’ve already set up my Good Reads reading challenge (45) and picked my first two books of the … Continue reading Week In Geek- X-Files, Miles Morales Movie, & More Chappelle

Week In Geek- Black Panther Melts Faces, Walking Dead Returns, and Netflix’s Babysitter

Geeeeeeeklings, how we doing? Did everyone have a good weekend? I certainly hope you did and if you didn’t then good news, I Am Geek is here to usher in a kickass week. We’re in this together. Mondays can be rough but the good news is the New York Football Giants finally remembered how to play football and actually won a game(I refuse to let them sucker me in for any … Continue reading Week In Geek- Black Panther Melts Faces, Walking Dead Returns, and Netflix’s Babysitter

Week In Geek- New Pops, Return of Orphan Black, and the Homecoming King

Geeklings, a very happy Monday to you all. I know that sounds kind of like an oxymoron, is there really such a thing as a “Happy Monday”? Doubtful but we’re willing to give it the old college try. Start the week off feeling positive and fresh and it’ll carry over throughout the week. Not to mention we’re only two days away from New Comic Book … Continue reading Week In Geek- New Pops, Return of Orphan Black, and the Homecoming King

Master of None Season Two Review- Bella

Time is a fickle thing, or a flat circle if you’re Matthew McConaughey, as we in some way or other kind of measure our lives in time. Think back to your childhood and the innocence you had in a life that revolved around imagination, school, and the lack of bills. Think of adolescence and the riot of hormones, discovering love, and starting to find yourself … Continue reading Master of None Season Two Review- Bella