Well, well, well… look who decided to come back and write some new content. I knoooow it’s been kind of a minute. I think in the last two weeks I’ve written maybe five new columns and re-used two or three because they fit the theme of the day. Looking at that on paper it doesn’t sound so bad but I also expect more from myself. … Continue reading Where’s the New Content?!
There I was last night, sitting in my favorite chair, wrapped up in a blanket because the weather has gotten to that snug with a blanket temp that makes you resist closing the windows. We’ve got alllll the windows open in our place but that might be changing sooner rather than later as the weather continues to dip. Not that you asked for any of … Continue reading WandaVision- The MCU’s Weirdest Adventure Yet
Reviews are one of those things that are incredibly important while also not mattering at all. I know that’s a weird thing to say considering I take a lot of time out of my life to write reviews on various subjects. In part, my reviews are for me to get my thoughts of something out into the world and to let you know if something … Continue reading Review Bombing- Why Is This A Thing?
The problem after finishing a binge is always trying to figure out what to watch next. Do you jump right into something new? Do you take some time off tv shows and wait for the next big thing? Or do you just re-watch the second season of The Umbrella Academy again? And while that would be an easy solution, I think the wife and I … Continue reading A Kurt Russell Beard Appreciation Post
Geeklings, today feels like a good day. Well, mostly a good day. My vacation ended yesterday and I’m back at work wearing real people clothes instead of spending my day in the pool reading. Oh, and it’s testicle levels of hot out which is uncomfortable in a second-floor apartment that only has one air-condition. And it’s Monday which means this is just the start of … Continue reading Week In Geek- Back To the Umbrella Academy, Emmy Nominations, & A Witcher Prequel?
Today should be the eve of San Diego Comic-Con which more or less equants itself to geek Christmas. Over the last few years, I have spent this weekend spending time with family and friends but also kind of ignoring them. I’m present and will throw in a casual chuckle or something to make it appear that I’m paying attention but in reality, I’m glued to … Continue reading None of Those Comic-Con Vibes
I’m starting to wonder if there’s something wrong with me. I could possibly be broken. At the very least malfunctioning. My lovely wife and I wrapped an intense binge-watching of all things Ozark about two weeks ago, maybe longer I don’t fully understand how time works anymore, and since Run the Jewels started blasting during the season three finale… I haven’t binged watched anything since. Granted, we’ve watched alllll of The Floor … Continue reading How Long Should A Binge Hangover Last?
Everyone stop what you’re doing! Just stop. Don’t take that sip of water. Ignore the dog barking in the other room. Don’t go to the bathroom just yet. Don’t flip those burgers… maybe you should do that. I don’t want you to overcook dinner that’s not cool. Otherwise, stop what you’re doing. I want all your focus here on this column. The only thing you … Continue reading The Perfect Role For Giancarlo Esposito In the MCU
I miss going to the movies. That’s it. That’s the whole concept. I know, in the grand scheme of everything that is happening in the world right now this is small potatoes. Especially when one can watch a movie from the comfort of their couch or leather lazy boy chair that causes them to sweat for no reason at all during the summer because leather … Continue reading I Miss Going To The Movies: A Love Letter To Popcorn
San Diego Comic-Con has always been a bucket list item for yours truly. Kind of like the Mecca of Geekdom for me. A great pilgrimage where I would travel across the country in an attempt to make it into the fabled Hall H so I can geek out with thousands of friends I’ve never met. Geeklings, this is the dream and I like to believe … Continue reading The Year We Comic-Con From Home