Dora and the Lost City of Gold Review + An Interview with Eugenio Derbez

Back when I was a small brown boy I had great kid’s films like Selena, American Me, Blood In Blood Out, Boulevard Nights, and so many others that featured Latinx as the main stars. Needless to say, not many of them left a great, positive, impression on my young mind. many of these films that focused around hispanics featured violence, mental illness, depression, and crime. Although it did te...[Read More]

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...[Read More]

Vida from Starz Blows Away Expectations

On a Thursday night, I got off work and headed straight to the gym where I dumped all of my energy and attention into my fitness. It was leg day so it was particularly difficult! During the various squats and lunges, I received an email reminding me about a screening for a show called Vida that was produced by Starz. Embarrassed that I forgot completely about the screening, I raced across town in ...[Read More]

Being A Minority In The Geek World

  Being A Minority In The Geek World This is a touchy subject, there is no doubt in my mind about that.  But it is one that needs to be addressed. Being a minority in the geek world can be rough and a bit discouraging. Ever since I can remember, I have been a geek. I loved Power Rangers, Super hero movies, Star Wars, Dragon Ball Z, Yu Gi Oh, WWF, video games, and so many more things. I believ...[Read More]

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