Let’s just get something straight right off the bat, to the surprise to literally no one, I would die for Alligator Loki. Does this mean anything coming from a man who has previously stated that he would die for Baby Yoda (a.k.a. Grogu, a.k.a. Little Baby Yods), or the upcoming Suicide Squad’s King Shark, how about Baby Groot or even the beard of Oscar Issac? … Continue reading Loki- Did We Catch A Glimpse of Alligator Loki’s… Brother?!
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
Rick and Morty are no strangers to pop culture easter eggs. This is a show that has thrived on throwing little details in the background of episodes for fans to harvest and ponder what the deeper meaning is. If there’s one at all. Sometimes I believe that Justin Roiland, Dan Harmon, and the rest of the Rick and Morty crew throw things into the background just to mess … Continue reading What Famous Pop Culture Location Just Showed Up In Rick and Morty?
by Jerrold Reber “We all have our secrets. We just didn’t get to yours yet.” And with that, just a scant few seconds into the first trailer for the latest James Bond installment No Time To Die, we discover just how quickly Bond springs back into action. The franchise will release a record 25th film as part of the long-lasting franchise, first introduced to audiences … Continue reading James Bond: No Time To Die Trailer Breakdown
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie opens with a flashback. Jesse and Mike standing in the very spot where Mike is soon destined to die after being shot by Walter White in one the shows biggest, “god damn it Walter” moments. There is no score and the sounds and atmosphere is all New Mexico. It’s beautiful. It’s quiet. The scene carries a weight that extends out of … Continue reading El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Review-A Storytelling Gift
There is nothing quite like the experience of a Quentin Tarantino movie. Each time I view one whether it’s for the first time or viewing fifty-seven it always feels like Christmas morning. There’s this sense of wonderment and excitement that you’re seeing something wholly unique with a voice that’s not only too strong to ignore but seems like it’s speaking directly to you. Films by … Continue reading I Am Geek Top Five Tarantino Soundtracks
Geeklings, it’s Monday. Normally that would be a bummer. It’s the start of the week, the weather people are already predicting that the temperature is going to drop to single digits by mid-week, you’re working on Saturday (or is that just me?), and… well, it’s just Monday. This should be a bad thing, but we here at I Am Geek don’t believe that to be so. We … Continue reading Week In Geek- Kingdom Hearts Returns, Umbrella School, & John Wick
This year’s CW Arrowverse crossover gave us a lot to get excited about. For starters, we finally got our first look at Ruby Rose’s Batwoman, and she kicked alllllll types of butt. Not only was Gotham City mentioned but also visited as the gang battled the crazies over in Arkham Asylum which was full of Batman easter eggs including Bane’s mask, Scarecrow’s terror serum, and … Continue reading What Crisis On Infinite Earths Means For the Arrowverse
Geeklings, I’m sure you thought I might have forgotten about you but come on, it’s Monday. How could I forget about my Geeklings on a Monday?! The long and the short of it is I’ve had a pretty crazy day that is capping off a pretty incredible weekend. Yours truly and the Adorable Creature got engaged on Saturday and it has been quite the whirlwind of … Continue reading Week In Geek- So Many Spider-Men, Elseworlds Continues, & Monsters
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