Week In Geek- Stunners, Snyder Cut, & Falcon and the Winter Soldier

Geeklings, it so good to be back. I’m sorry for the lack of content last week but work was a bit, uh, hectic. Life-consuming. Exhausting. Seven days. We’re talking about a sixty-hour workweek that left me with little or no time for anything let alone writing for your beautiful eyeholes. I was so busy and consumed with work last week that I didn’t read anything … Continue reading Week In Geek- Stunners, Snyder Cut, & Falcon and the Winter Soldier

WandaVision- Don’t Expect ALL The Answers In The Finale

Normally when watching a season finale of a television series you expect some amount of closure. There’s a lot of responsibility on a season finale to tie up all the loose ends of the season while also setting up potential story threads for the upcoming season.  Despite how great a season has been over the course of ten to fifteen episodes, the season finale is … Continue reading WandaVision- Don’t Expect ALL The Answers In The Finale

Spider-Man 3 Finally Has A Title

After some trolling from the cast, Spider-Man 3 finally has an official title ahead of its December release. Despite what Tom Holland, Jacob Batalon, and Zendaya may have you think, these are not the titles for the upcoming Spidey film… Although, I was partial to Spider-Man Home Slice while deeply fearing the internet’s retribution at naming a Spider-Man movie after the classic E.T. line. Luckily, … Continue reading Spider-Man 3 Finally Has A Title

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 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

Wandavision- New Promo Raises Big Questions But Did We Need It?

What the what?! Geeklings, I have spent three out of the last four workdays on endless Zoom training and my earbuds for some reason don’t stay connected so I have to actually attach earphones to my laptop, which limits my mobility and hurts my ears, as the instructor goes on and on and on and on until my face looks like a cartoon character who … Continue reading Wandavision- New Promo Raises Big Questions But Did We Need It?

Black Widow- Possible Delay Could Force Disney’s Hand

Geeklings, it looks like Black Widow is going to be delayed…again. As far as soft column openings go, I am fully aware that this is the equivalent of someone ripping a band-aid off without telling you they’re going to rip a band-aid off, but I just thought the best course of action here was to be direct. Why mess around? We know the game. It’s … Continue reading Black Widow- Possible Delay Could Force Disney’s Hand

Dear AppleTV- Why Didn’t You Tell Me Servant Was Back?!

Dear AppleTV, What gives?! Just because a guy was given a free subscription to your service doesn’t mean that said guy doesn’t want updates on when new content comes out. You would think that a top priority would be keeping me as a member once my free subscription runs its course but here you are… just not putting in the effort. Listen, I get that … Continue reading Dear AppleTV- Why Didn’t You Tell Me Servant Was Back?!

Wandavision- An Exploration Of Loss, Grief, & and How We Cope

“Vision, is this really happening?” Near the end of the second episode of Wandavision, Wanda poses this question to Vision as she suddenly goes from being without child to very pregnant in a blink of an eye. Yes, the start of the episode sees the couple pull up the covers so they can “get down” in a classic sitcom trope, but the mathematics of the … Continue reading Wandavision- An Exploration Of Loss, Grief, & and How We Cope