Somehow the NFL seasons survived a global pandemic, completed a full sixteen game season including the playoffs to deliver us… a subpar Super Bowl. I guess that’s cool? Sure, this was a great game if you were a fan of the Tampa Bay Bucs or a New England Patriot fan who was now on the outside looking in as Tom Brady won his seventh Super … Continue reading The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Trailer- When Do We Start?!
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?!
Geeklings, welcome to the dramatic return of the Week In Geek. I know as of late that this column has kind of been shelved in order to give you some more editorial like things to read but I think we’ve hit the point of social distancing when everyone is starting to get a tad bit stir crazy. Who can blame you either? It’s been two weeks … Continue reading Week In Geek- Community to Netflix, Onward to Disney+, & Wrestlemania
Eight hundred sixty-three. That’s how many columns have been published on I Am Geek. A number that I’m quite proud of as a matter of fact. It’s rather large, that’s what she said, and means that 2020 could be the year that I Am Geek hits one thousand posts. Wouldn’t that be incredible?! I’m already beaming like a proud parent at the upcoming achievement. With such a … Continue reading The Column That Already Was
Geeklings, I live. What a week it has been for yours truly. It started around Sunday, as most weeks do, where I wasn’t feeling so hot during the Super Bowl. No, it wasn’t just the commercials that had me feeling “meh”, my body was in full “hey, we might be coming down with something” alert. I just figured it would be a cold and was willing … Continue reading Week In Geek- …or How I Survived the Flu
There was a time when the commercials during the Super Bowl were as big of a deal as the game itself. That’s not really an exaggeration. Super Bowl Sunday was supposed to have a little something for everyone. Football for the football lovers. A half time show for those who enjoy spectacle. And entertaining commercials for those who are forced to watch the game because … Continue reading Super Bowl Commercials- Are Kind of Lame Now
Geeklings, it’s the Monday after the Super Bowl, I didn’t win any of my pools, I had to work, and I’m in the process of getting sick. Yay February 3rd! I’m more concerned about the sickness part than anything else honestly. Nose is stuffy. Throat is sore. Body is tired. I’m in a general state of “meh”. I could most certainly use a nap… and … Continue reading Week In Geek- MCU Mega TV Trailer, Netflix’s Locke & Key, & Fast 9 (!!!)
Another Monday, another jam-packed Week In Geek. How we doing out there Geeklings? There have been tons of comings and goings over the last few days. I celebrated a birthday (thank you, thank you), Spider-Man rejoined the MCU (happiest of happy days), I got a Switch, The Institute by Stephen King is demanding all of my free time, but so is my Breaking Bad re-watch … Continue reading Week In Geek- NYCC Is Here, Goodbye Friend, & The Joker Arrives
Geeklings, remember last week when I told you that this week’s Week In Geek was going to be jam-packed with all types of awesome. Well, guess what? It is currently this week and it is jam-packed with all types of awesome. Is this paragraph a slightly confusing way of phrasing this? Maybe. Does it properly convey the excitement that is the first week of April? … Continue reading Week In Geek- Shazam!, Stephen King Movies, & Witchcraft
Last week Netflix finally graced us with the release of the long-awaited Stranger Things season three trailer. It couldn’t have come at a better time as the world needed a reminding that this show still existed. That’s the problem with these long layoffs between seasons. In a pop culture scene that has such a short attention span, thanks binge-watching, it’s a “what have you done … Continue reading Does Someone Need To Die In Stranger Things?