Remember Whensday | It May Be Worth It to ‘Stay Tuned’ to This Devilish TV Satire

A troubled couple with 2 children is trapped inside of a seemingly endless dimension of television channels. The television programs are overseen by a demon named Mephistopheles. SPOILER ALERT! Just a few months ago, I bet you would have thought I was describing WandaVision right? The hit debut series on Disney Plus was the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first official foray into television and it took … Continue reading Remember Whensday | It May Be Worth It to ‘Stay Tuned’ to This Devilish TV Satire

“Batwoman” Season 2 Premiere Spoiler-Free Review

Batwoman Season 1 is infamous for being cut down a few episodes due to COVID-19 in Season 1. Not to mention shortly thereafter, the show also lost its lead Ruby Rose due to personal reasons. This led fans to question whether the show would be cancelled or overhauled with a totally new lead. The Season 2 premiere also gives us our first glimpse at what … Continue reading “Batwoman” Season 2 Premiere Spoiler-Free Review

M. Night Shyamalan’s “Servant” may be worth an Apple TV+ trial

AppleTV+? Is that the thing you buy at BestBuy? No, wait, it’s that thing with the Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon show, right? RIGHT?! Yes, that’s right. You may not know much about AppleTV+ (I know I didn’t), but getting a new iPhone meant that I was getting a free one-year subscription. Apparently the subscription was for a very prestige-looking streaming service crammed with movies … Continue reading M. Night Shyamalan’s “Servant” may be worth an Apple TV+ trial

Phineas and Ferb: The Movie: Candace Against the Universe Review

This past Friday, Disney returned to the world of Phineas and Ferb with the release of Phineas and Ferb: The Movie: Candace Against the Universe. The movie features the characters of Phineas, Ferb, Isabella, Bufford, Baljeet, Perry, and Dr. Doofensmirtz with the main focus of the film being Candace. It has been 5 years since the end of Phineas and Ferb, so how does this … Continue reading Phineas and Ferb: The Movie: Candace Against the Universe Review

How “Cobra Kai” succeeds with nostalgia where others fail

Anyone that follows me on Twitter has likely noticed that I’ve spent the last few days obsessing over “Cobra Kai”, and I even wrote an article on my own site explaining why you should go watch the show, if you haven’t already (that recommendation still stands, so go here if you need to read why it’s a great idea to join the dojo). This time, … Continue reading How “Cobra Kai” succeeds with nostalgia where others fail

Geekly Goods Goes to DC FanDome

DC FanDome begins Saturday, August 22nd at 1:00 PM ET and runs for 24 hours! Geekly Goods will be streaming the event on or YouTube channel for the public to come and react with Leo and guests! If you are a streamer, podcaster, or YouTuber and would like to join the panels in reacting and discussing the news, please e-mail itsgeeklygood@gmail.com or DM us on … Continue reading Geekly Goods Goes to DC FanDome

The DC FANDOME Schedule IS HERE

We’ve been waiting for this moment since DC FANDOME was announced! Finally you can plan your watch parties and get a front row seat to DC’s exclusive virtual convention. Who’s excited? Here’s the full schedule: 1:00pm ET – Wonder Woman 1984 panel with Gadot, Pine, Wiig, Pascal, and Jenkins. Hall of Heroes. 1:00pm ET – The Flash TV series panel. WatchVerse. 1:30pm ET – Warner Bros. Montreal Game Announcement. Hall of Heroes. 1:45pm … Continue reading The DC FANDOME Schedule IS HERE

Every DC Universe show RANKED Worst to Best

Before I start, a quick disclaimer. I some of these shows are still running and the first seasons have not finished as of yet, and some of the shows have been canceled. This is only my preference and might as well change as shows keep going through the seasons.   Swamp Thing Swamp Thing had a fantastic cast, good writing, and good set designs, along … Continue reading Every DC Universe show RANKED Worst to Best

Little Fires Everywhere Review

Little Fires Everywhere is a Hulu Original series, that is adapted from Celeste Ng’s novel. The series explores the residence living in Shaker Heights, specifically the picture-perfect Richardson family but when a mother and daughter, move into their rental home nearby, things take a dramatic turn. It has a very strong narrative structure, it is well written and shows the complexities of each character extremely well. … Continue reading Little Fires Everywhere Review