Geeklings, can you believe the end of the year is upon us? Seriously, 2021 is only a few weeks away from becoming 2022 which is strange considering that 2020 and 2021 feel like one jumbo year where everything kind of snowballed and accumulated, and just when you were acclimating, BOOM, something new and awful happens and we fall further and further down the rabbit hole … Continue reading Heading Toward the End of 2021
Heading into a two-week vacation, one gets certain expectations, Han Solo might have described them as delusions of grandeur. Besides all of the non-working, there are a ton of things one wants to get done for themselves. Whether it’s cleaning the house or seeing friends or maybe reading a book, every vacation comes with a plan and then vacation hits and that plan goes out … Continue reading The Joys of Powering Down
When watching a horror movie, you can tell pretty quickly in the viewing experience what kind of horror film you’re in for. Either it’s going to be the type of horror movie that ruins your life and destroys your ability to sleep because every sound you hear while in bed isn’t the cat being a cat but a demonic monster rummaging through the kitchen for … Continue reading Malignant- The Sequel We Deserve
As I’m currently on the short road to forty, birthday is a little more than two weeks away (!!), college seems like a life time ago. The memories are fond but seem distant which is a part of getting older I suppose. You remember the moments that shaped your life but it doesn’t mean that it doesn’t feel like it was an entirely different life … Continue reading The Matrix: Resurrections- What Is the Matrix?!
In a year without Comic-Cons, DC Fandome was a must-see event for those of us who were thirsting for a glimpse of any new comic book-related content coming to our, hopefully, post-pandemic lives. And while the event is remembered for it’s first look at Matt Reeve’s The Batman and Wonder Woman ’84, it was the behind-the-scenes feature on James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad that hooked … Continue reading The Suicide Squad- An I Am Geek Award Celebration
It’s a rainy Tuesday out in my neck of the woods. The humidity is at that gross level where when it’s not raining you wish it was to purge the air off your skin. You want to not sleep with the air conditioner but you also don’t want your bedding to get damp because of the air coming in through the window you have to … Continue reading Suicide Squad Trailer- Important Questions About Starfish
Much like Lucy back in the day, it looks like I’ve got some explaining to do. It has been over a week since I Am Geek produced new written content, still pumping out the memes on the Facebook page though, and it’s been a drag for me. The highlight of most days is coming here and writing up some new words for your eyeholes to … Continue reading Let’s Catch Up
Back in the day, which I suppose is less than a year ago at this point, when HBO Max was but a whisper, it came with the promise of Friends. Not the type to sit down and stream stuff with you, sadly there is no service for that, but the ones you watched in the height of ‘90s television. The type of Friends who would … Continue reading Friends- The One With The Reunion
This story starts where most of our current stories now begin… during the pandemic. It was a time of longer hair, apocalypse beards, beer deliveries, and a complete lack of seeing anyone who wasn’t the Mrs. or Hudson the Cat outside of a Zoom call. Times were bleak. Times were different. What else was there for us to do other than watch… Venom? Hey listen, … Continue reading Venom: Let There Be Carnage- A Buddy Comedy In the Making?
Happy Mortal Kombat Eve everyone! A new holiday that will only happen this once, unless Mortal Kombat is as successful as the studio wants and, in that case,, we might be able to do this three other times. Could you imagine that? A world with a four-part Mortal Kombat movie series? Wonders never cease, do they? Could you imagine how many fatalities our poor fragile … Continue reading Mortal Kombat- 10 Things We NEED To See From the New Movie