This Is Finally Better Call Saul’s Time

Often times in entertainment the things we love don’t get celebrated for their brilliance as much as we would like. It’s that classic rom-com formula. The things we love are the girl next door who are these obscure wallflowers because they wear glasses and clips in their hair and the only reason that they aren’t celebrated is that they haven’t removed their glasses or the … Continue reading This Is Finally Better Call Saul’s Time

Better Call Saul “Winner” Review- It’s All Good Man

A strange thing happened while watching Better Call Saul last night. As the credits started to roll and the wait for season five began it dawned on me, that I had just been conned. That for four seasons I had been brilliantly worked over into believing I wanted something, and once that something arrived I realized that I never wanted it at all. No, I didn’t go … Continue reading Better Call Saul “Winner” Review- It’s All Good Man

Comic Book Round-Up- Catwoman’s Pregnant (?!), A Locke & Key Crossover (?!), & Dan Didio Gone (?!?!?!)

Most weeks we tend to get together on Wednesdays either here at I Am Geek, our local comic book shops (hiiiiiii Android’s Amazing Comics), Twitter, or basically any other place you can get together with friends and discuss the latest crop of comic books. I’ve often referred to New Comic Book Day as my favorite weekly holiday but that doesn’t necessarily mean that comic book related awesomeness … Continue reading Comic Book Round-Up- Catwoman’s Pregnant (?!), A Locke & Key Crossover (?!), & Dan Didio Gone (?!?!?!)

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Review-A Storytelling Gift

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

On the Road With El Camino- Five Questions

It’s been six years since we watched Jesse Pinkman hop in that el Camino, burst through that chain link fence as if the devil was chasing him, putting Walter White in his rearview and looking for some semblance of freedom., At the very least, a life where he wouldn’t be the meth chef captive of a group of neo-Nazis. Freedom is such a tricky word … Continue reading On the Road With El Camino- Five Questions