Review

Geegiiee’s Early Thoughts on Fallout 76

Fallout 76 is a prequel to previous Fallout games. It is set in an alternate version of history, and takes place in 2102, twenty-five years after a nuclear war devastated the Earth. You play as a resident of Vault 76, a fallout shelter that was built in West Virginia to house America’s best and brightest minds. You begin your adventure leaving the Vault on “Reclamation Day”, your...

Tidesiren Takes On New York Comic Con!

Hey you guys! Tidesiren here and after visiting the long-awaited New York Comic Con this year, I am here to tell you what’s up! I’d been wanting to attend New York for so long and when I finally had the opportunity, I pulled in every favor I could to make it happen. I can honestly say it was worth it! Because of only being there Saturday and Sunday, I didn’t get to check out all of the booths, but...

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms Wasted One Hour and Forty Minutes of my Life

Life is precious. We can always get more money, we can always make more friends, we can always fix broken things, but the one thing you can not get back is your time. That is why I say in all sincerity that if you watch The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, you will absolutely be wasting your time. Prior to watching this film, I had high hopes. With a cast of Morgan Freeman and Keira Knightley, I wa...

Saint Reviews Bohemian Rhapsody!

To even try to explain what, the band, Queen did for music would always fall short of an understatement. As one of the most phenomenally eclectic and experimental bands to ever come out of the music industry, it’s impossible to even tap into the true impact they’ve had on the world. Their influence doesn’t just stop at music though– as people, having the bold front man from foreign reaches s...

Geegiiee Conquers the Edmonton Comic Expo

September has rolled around and that means con-goers from far and wide put on their geekiest outfit and head to the Edmonton Comic Expo, in Edmonton Alberta, Canada. ECC is a yearly convention that celebrates all that is holy; anime, superheroes, video games, TV shows and basically anything a geeky loving individual can think of and for a 3-day pass for 69$ why not?! Guests Even though the weather...

Hispanicize LA 2018 Was Packed with Great Times and Even Better People!

Earlier this year I had the honor of being nominated for a Tecla award for Best Technology or Gaming Content Creator! I was nominated along with other wonderful content creators from Danny Pena, Bonnie Rodriguez, and Monica Taher! I was so brokenhearted when I didn’t have the finances to travel to the awards ceremony in Miami, for Hispanicize, last year. However, when I found out that they w...

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...

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...

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...

Book Review: Pompom Pokémon

Book Review: Pompom Pokémon Hey everyone, Heartless Aquarius here! I have the cutest book to tell you guys about. Pompom Pokémon is a craft book with in-depth instructions on how to make 32 different Pokémon as adorable little pompoms. The Pokémon vary from all the the games and have different levels of difficulty. When I say in-depth instructions, I really mean it. They throughly explain how to f...

Comic Con Palm Springs 2018 Review

Comic Con Palm Springs always does a fantastic job of bringing great times to geeks! This year was no different as they featured great guests, cosplayers, vendors, and more! Our writer, Tidesiren, traveled to California just for this event! Not to mention she was a featured guest! We are so proud of her! Comic Con Palm Springs took place at Palm Springs Air Museum in Palm Springs California. The v...

Venom Movie Review: We Are Pleasantly Surprised

For those of you that don’t know Venom, he’s basically one of the most well known antiheros to come out of Spider-Man’s universe. Venom is a symbiote that grants superpowers to whatever compatible host he can find. Those superpowers also come with some intense, primal bloodlust as well. The hype train started when Tom Hardy was cast as the protagonist, Eddie Brock (Venom’s host). Seems like a no b...

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