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Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews: Hobbs & Shaw and Birds of Prey

This was a slow week for news. Basically, Kingdom Hearts 3 came out and that’s where the news stopped. Everyone that was doing things and the people that write about the people who things just put down everything and played Kingdom Hearts all week. So, what do we got for you this week? Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw Yes, that’s the actual, full name of this movie. In the announcemen...[Read More]

Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews: Creative Writer Leaves Cyberpunk 2077, Resident Evil Netflix Series, Jay & Silent Bob Reboot

See? We promised you we weren’t looking for themes every week. This week in Nerd News we dive into some depressing Cyberpunk 2077 news, Netflix bringing a series back to life, and Bluntman & Chronic ride again! First up: Creative Director for Cyberpunk 2077 Jumps Ship to Blizzard Sebastian Stępień was the creative director for CD Projekt Red’s next flagship game, Cyberpunk 2077. Stępień’s not ...[Read More]

Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews: Spider-Man 2, Ghostbusters 3, and John Wick 3

This time around, we dive into your weekly Nerd News, which revolves around “new movie trailers.” We’ve got everyone’s favorite neighborhood spider, everyone’s favorite clandestine assassin, and everyone’s favorite ghost hunters. ALL ABOARD THE HYPETRAIN! Spider-Man: Far From Home We’ve finally got the trailer! (Maybe sooner than we deserved, seeing as how Avengers: Endgame hasn’t had a theatrical...[Read More]

Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer

First off, here’s the trailer! Watch it, love it, enjoy it. We’ll talk after. What We Know Wow! That was a lot to take in. Let’s start with what we know so far. We know we get at least one new antagonist out of this: Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio! We’ll get to him in a second. We also know Spider-Man: Far From Home takes place AFTER Avengers: Endgame, as confirmed by Kevin Fe...[Read More]

Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews Episode 6: Hellboy, MIB: International, and Will Smith’s Genie

This week in Nerd News, we get of everyone’s favorite lovable scamp from Hell, followed by two unveilings of the modern era potentially trying to pull a fast one on us. Hellboy Yes! We’ve got our first official trailer of Hellboy, and holy bejesus does it look great! Tony may be worried about it because the trailer was too comedy based for him. But I think this is exactly what this reboot needs to...[Read More]

Once Upon a Deadpool Review: It’s Basically Deadpool 2

2018 has already been a huge year for superhero movies, Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, and Deadpool 2, just to name a few. But the year’s not over yet. These final weeks of December brings us even more: Aquaman, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and – hold on, another Deadpool movie‽ Yes, we’re getting another theatrical release of Deadpool 2. This time around, the retelling of this tale ...[Read More]

Fantastic Beasts Crimes of Grindelwald Review: Who Approved this?

The Harry Potter franchise is beloved by so many in the geek community. The wonder of Hogwarts, the vast lore created by J.K. Rowling, and even the superb acting of the cast made it an incredible era for those who were enamored with the books. Many fans grew skeptical when Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them released in 2016, but concerns were immediately cast aside at the refreshing new persp...[Read More]

Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews Episode 2: Toy Story 4, New Marvel Movies, New Deadpool “Film?”

Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews is back, and this week we have a movie themed episode. That’s just the way this week happened. It makes sense, though. It was a holiday week, so what better way to get the word out and people talking about the next big movie? Let’s jump right in. Toy Story 4 While the original Toy Story 4 teaser has been out for nearly two weeks, it was just confirmed this week by Buz...[Read More]

Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews Episode 1: Stan Lee, Fallout 76, and Sony Leaving E3

The boys of Bytes N’ Brews are at it again. In addition to streaming multiple days a week on Twitch, we’re now getting together once a week to talk about the hottest topics in geek culture, and turning that into a quick video, dubbed Nerd News! Stan Lee In this inaugural episode of Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews, we are opening with something huge, the passing of a titan, someone near and dear to a...[Read More]

Can You Ever Forgive Me: Melissa McCarthy and Richard Grant’s Masterpiece

Melissa McCarthy has already made a substantial name for herself in the comedy scene, but in Can You Ever Forgive Me? she lets the audience know her talent is vast and uninhibited. The movie, based on Lee Israel’s memoir with the same title, is insightful, poetic, and humorous. It is on my list of movies I’d watch over and over. The movie begins with Lee Israel, played by McCarthy, dri...[Read More]

Mid90’s Review: An Innovative Story That Falls Short

Although Mid90’s was written and directed by Jonah Hill, he did not act in any part of this movie. Instead, he chose to showcase his talent with others in the forefront. This film is artistic and uncomfortable; sometimes on purpose, other times purely from accidental oversight and missteps. It is not a movie that fans of Hill’s acting would like because it possesses a dark, twisted cle...[Read More]

The Hate U Give Movie Review: Exhibits Grace in Showing Our Nation’s Racial Inequalities

When The Hate U Give novel was released, my social media became a frenzy. It moved a lot of people’s hearts and minds, and caused a lot of arguments. A friend of mine read the book in two days and insisted I borrow it. I read it in four. When I heard they were making a movie also titled The Hate U Give, I squealed. And the movie was nearly as intense and moving as the book. Synopsis (without...[Read More]

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