Toy Story Four-getable

Toy Story 4 was a nostalgic epilogue that left audiences wanting more. Making a fourth addition to a solid trilogy is always a risky move, especially with a franchise as beloved as Toy Story. The general premise is that toys have hidden lives when children are not playing with them, but dream of making the children that take care of them happy. For retro cowboy doll Woody, this means being loyal t...[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]

Blade Runner 2049 Is Fantastic In Every Way

Blade Runner 2049 Is Fantastic In Every Way When Blade Runner released in June 25th, 1982 it changed so many aspects of science fiction cinema with it’s dark tones, concepts and mysteries. It focused on a dystopian future where slave labor is carried out by replicants who are manufactured humans. After heavy investigation it is revealed who is a replicant and who is not, the entire journey i...[Read More]

Review: mother!

Review: mother! I walked into mother! knowing absolutely nothing about the film or the director, Darren Aronofsky. All I knew about the film was that it involved Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem as lovers and there were issues. Little did I know that I would watch one of the most stressful films I had ever seen in my life and somehow come out of it loving every minute of it. Why was it so stres...[Read More]

Valerian, An Instant Cult Classic(Review)

Valerian, An Instant Cult Classic(Review) With the recent reboots of Star Wars and Star Trek, it is hard to come out with a film in the sci fi genre that would leave viewers in awe. Visually and creatively, Valerian walked into the summer blockbuster lineup and made its mark in the genre and I feel pretty confident that it’ll quickly become a cult classic for years to come. But does this mea...[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]

Cinester’s Top 10 Films of 2015

Cinester’s Top 10 Films of 2015 Cinester here, with my picks for the Top Ten Films of 2015! I wanted to do something new for the new year, so I thought I’d film a video for my picks. If you don’t have the time to watch the video but are still curious on the outcome, I’ll list my picks at the bottom of this article for you! Before getting to the list, I wanted to go over my ...[Read More]

The Best Films of 2015 So Far

The Best Films of 2015 So Far Hello readers! We’ve already reached the half way point on this awesomely geeky year of 2015. After a stale year of offerings at the box office in 2014, 2015 has gotten off to a great start with a bevy of original indies, franchise revivals, and big budget thrills. With the year half over, I thought it would be a good time to express what I believe is the best films t...[Read More]

Reboot: League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Reboot: League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Do you recall the man who Africa would not let die? What about the man who no one could see? What of the woman whose beauty distracted you from her lust for blood and inhuman abilities? The man who never aged nor died due to a painting or even the man whose darker side had a physical form. And my personal favorite, the scientist with the friggin Nautilus. ...[Read More]

Doomsday The Major Villain In Batman V Superman?

Doomsday The Major Villain In Batman V Superman? Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is a film in which I have wanted to see my entire life. Not so much the aspect of the two of them fighting one another but having them fight side by side on the big screen is what my geek heart yearns for. As a lot of us comic book fans know, when ever a comic features two awesome heroes and pits them against each ...[Read More]

Alternatives to Bloodborne

  Alternatives to Bloodborne So Bloodborne came out. Critics are going insane over it, Let’s Players are covering it, Speed  Runners are setting world records and oh yeah, it is a PS4 exclusive with no chance of coming to PC in the near future. It is one big heart break for fellow Dark Souls lovers. The short version is that Sony financed the development of Bloodborne on the conditions ...[Read More]

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