Nobody likes working in silence. There’s nothing worse than coming to work to sit in the office and hear nothing but the phone ringing or the gum-snapping of your co-workers. Hey Lauren, I get it, you can make loud noises with your gum. You better cut it out before I shred the rest of that pack and your access card. Those who have worked in … Continue reading Movie Scores The Ultimate Work Backdrop
When I was younger March 18th was assumed to be National Hangover Day. As a good Irish boy, I love celebrating St. Patrick’s Day; green beer, green bagels, green clothes, “Kiss Me I’m Irish”, the works! And sure, when I was younger I might have overindulged a wee bit which usually resulted in waking up on the 18th with a shamrock painted on my cheek … Continue reading The Snyder Cut- A Reward For Toxic Fandom
I was talking with my wife the other day about homework. Neither one of us have been in school for quite some time but the subject came up and I couldn’t help but feel that I miss homework. Not in a crippling way. It’s not like the “one who got away” and I sit here pining for hours of studies to do after work, but … Continue reading Getting Back On Task & Tom King’s Rorschach
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?!
Geeklings, we are only a few short days away from DC Fandome and let me tell you, I’m getting antsy in my pantsy. Perhaps it’s the yearning for a collection of new content that has me hyped considering COVID has sucked up all that is awesome this year. Perhaps it’s the need to see more of Matt Reeve’s Batman or James Gunn’s Suicide Squad that … Continue reading DC Fandome Schedule Is HERE!
Geeklings, let me tell you about the wonderful Emmy nomination experience I had today. This week I’m working in the office, back at home next for those keeping track, and my partner just so happens to be on vacation. Which means I have the entire floor to myself. Oh, random dance party alert? You know it! Um, is it time to rock out listening to … Continue reading 2020 Emmy Nomination Reactions- The Surprisingly Good But With MASSIVE Snubs
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?
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
I can’t imagine it’s easy to launch a new streaming network especially in a world that is more or less overflowing with them. If you have a particular interest, I’m pretty sure there’s a streaming network for you. Like to watch meerkats stand up and look at things? Then you’ll love Meerkats Plus! Not a real streaming service but lord how I wish it was. … Continue reading HBO Max Is Kind of A Mess, Huh?
As if there weren’t enough streaming options already, HBO Max has arrived today throwing its name in the ring of streaming services you should probably subscribe too. I know at this point you probably have subscriptions to Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, Shudder, Apple+, Amazon Prime, and any other obscure but slightly necessary streaming network giving you the ability to watch everything. We live in a world … Continue reading HBO Max Is Here