Nerd News with Bytes N’ Brews: Punisher, Carmen Sandiego, Stranger Things

This week is another unintentionally themed week. Our topics all revolve around Netflix. We’ve got what’s assumed to be the beginning of the end for Jon Bernthal’s Punisher, an elusive blast from the past, and something to look forward to this 4th of July. Punisher Season 2 YES! The most successful Marvel Netflix series (save for Daredevil, which is already cancelled) just dropped his season 2 tea...[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]

‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Creator Stephen Hillenburg Has Passed Away

Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of Nickelodeon‘s popular series SpongeBob SquarePants, has died at the age of 57.  His cause of death was amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, ALS. “We are sad to share the news of the passing of Stephen Hillenburg,” Nickelodeon posted on their Twitter account, “Today, we are observing a moment of silence to honor his life and work.” Hillenbu...[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]

Gaming Retro-bution in Brighton!

Most of you probably know by now that Brighton is my home away from home. I love the city and I’m always on the hunt for new geeky events to tell everyone about at The Geek Lyfe. So I was stunned to discover Gaming Retro-bution in Brighton! They are a fantastic couple of people who organise retro gaming nights at our local Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar and The Hare and Hounds, totally free! I...[Read More]

Independence Day: Resurgence Review

Independence Day: Resurgence Review If you’ve not taken a look yet at some of the reviews for Independence Day: Resurgence, spoiler alert, they’re not kind. With scores of 34% on Metacritic and 34% on Rotten Tomatoes the skies are dark indeed. However, this fan was more than satisfied with the ‘popcorn chaos’ that ensued. Despite being far too back from the screen for my li...[Read More]

The Jungle Book Review

The Jungle Book “Forget about your worries and your strife”   Movies have slowly become a family tradition for me: I have a lot of fond memories driving up to the local Harkins with my Mom and Brother and seeing more movies than I can remember during my 27 years (bloody hell I’m getting old.) This tradition has introduced me to some truly crappy movies (I’m looking at you The Fifth Wave) and some ...[Read More]

Top 5 Games from a Galaxy Far Far Away

Top 5 Games from a Galaxy Far Far Away Maybe you’re a lifelong fan who remembers waiting in line for that strange George Lucas movie. Maybe some of your earliest memories are of watching weathered copies of the original trilogy on VHS. Maybe you’re a more recent or younger fan who remembers pretending to be Darth Maul wielding a $5.00 plastic lightsaber, or maybe you’re brand new...[Read More]

Review: The Phoenix Symphony – Pixar in Concert

This may be becoming a theme for my articles, but I should put a disclaimer here at the beginning of this review.  I don’t really consider myself a fanboy when it comes to anything that I enjoy. I try to have an objective opinion about anything that I put time into for recreation. This applies to everything I enjoy… everything except for Pixar.  When it comes to Pixar, everything they ...[Read More]

Halloween at Hogwarts – The Phoenix Symphony Orchestra

  Halloween at Hogwarts – The Phoenix Symphony Orchestra This past Sunday, I was fortunate enough to be able to attend a show put on by The Phoenix Symphony, which they appropriately named “Halloween at Hogwarts.” For the two or three people who probably won’t understand what this entails, it was a musical performance by The Phoenix Symphony themed around Halloween and...[Read More]

Connecting with Amiibos

The world of Amiibos is familiar to only a selective few. Many people don’t know about Amiibos, or at least don’t understand the draw of them. Needless to say, I am not one of these people. I have been sucked into the world of Amiibos forcefully and willingly. These simple figurines have brought me back to my childhood, when Nintendo was my everything, when I could depend on them to cr...[Read More]

Review: Game On Expo 2015

Review: Game On Expo 2015 This year we here at Geek Lyfe have taken on the challenge of trying to attend every geeky convention in Arizona and cover it for our blog to help give everyone their just exposure! Everyone here knows of Phoenix Comic Con and how massive it is but not many really know everything Arizona has to offer. Game On Expo was a gaming convention specifically for video games, whic...[Read More]

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