‘DC Comics’ Young Justice | Fan-Casting

With this Fan-Casting, I will be focusing on creating my team for a Young Justice franchise. Specifically, I am imagining more than one movie that concentrates on these characters separately, and they will eventually team up to face a threat. My focus is to make each character diverse as possible. Creatively it is important to have more than one type of sex, race, or perspective. … Continue reading ‘DC Comics’ Young Justice | Fan-Casting

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Demo Review

Yesterday, Nintendo surprised all of us by dropping a new trailer for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, the prequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This new trailer reveals that you can play as the Divine Beasts, the main dungeon aspect from Breath of the Wild. At the end of the trailer, it was revealed that a DEMO for Age of Calamity … Continue reading Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Demo Review

Should You Buy “Super Mario 3D All-Stars”?

GABRIEL: Hello everyone! I’ve been meaning to try something like this in an article with Geekly Goods, and who better to do it with than my friend Isaac @PixarNerdStudio, who is a huge videogame fan and went just as crazy as me and got “Super Mario 3D All-Stars” on opening day. There’s so much to play in this thing, so I have to shamefully admit … Continue reading Should You Buy “Super Mario 3D All-Stars”?

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm Movie Review

Movies continue to come out on streaming services this year at a rapid pace. The fact that Sacha Baron Cohen filmed all of this in secret, during a pandemic, deserves an award in itself. Borat Subsequent Moviefilm stars Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat alongside some familiar faces (I’m not allowed to say who) and not so familiar faces. Cohen stars around someone alongside Maria Bakalova … Continue reading Borat Subsequent Moviefilm Movie Review

The Witches (2020) Movie Review

The Witches directed by Robert Zemeckis is a fun, family friendly, adventure film that modernizes Roald Dahl’s book. Everyone can look back on their childhood and remember something that absolutely terrified them. Some may have been scared of clowns, vampires or even werewolves (specifically to me, Michael Jackson in the Thriller music video) but the young boy in this film has an encounter with witches. A Robert … Continue reading The Witches (2020) Movie Review

Streaming Selects for October 2020 PART 1: 3 Horror Movies to Stream RIGHT NOW

It’s October again, which means it’s time to talk some horror. While I love standard horror favorites like “Friday the 13th” or “A Nightmare on Elm Street”, I’ll use this chance to talk about some movies that work well with the genre while expanding it into new character-based stories. Perhaps because of that, some of these did not do as well as the box office … Continue reading Streaming Selects for October 2020 PART 1: 3 Horror Movies to Stream RIGHT NOW

DC Recap: What’s Happening in the DCEU?

2020 has definitely been a challenging year, not only for movie theatres, but for the studios as well. Almost everything we were blessed to see (apart from the Snyder Cut) has been moved to 2022 or later. We’ve had some great casting news as well, but everything just seems bittersweet at this point. DC FanDome felt like a dream and all those trailers seem like … Continue reading DC Recap: What’s Happening in the DCEU?

How the “Happy Death Day” series brings a struggling subgenre to life

Cinema has been around for over a century. It took a while for it to figure itself out as an art form, which led to the creation of genres, i.e. socially agreed-upon conventions that apply to a kind of film. Once genres were defined, artists were given the opportunity to create and put their ideas on the screen, and this creativity resulted in something called … Continue reading How the “Happy Death Day” series brings a struggling subgenre to life