Berlin Syndrome

‘Berlin Syndrome’ Encourages Travelers to Stay Home (DIFF 2017)

A chance encounter could lead to the gravest of consequences. More specifically, you never know if a stranger is a controlling sociopath. Berlin Syndrome, screened at...

Avenged Sevenfold Explores Artificial Intelligence in Masterful New Album

Avenged Sevenfold surprised fans on October 28th by dropping a new album that nobody was expecting. According to wrestling superstar and friend of the...
The Big O

‘The Big O: The Complete Collection’ on Blu-ray Review

There is a weird thing that happens as you get older where you become nostalgic about parts of your life that were actually horrible....

‘Mister Marsh’ Issue #1 Comic Review

Mister Marsh is the debut comic from 819 Comics, owned and operated by husband and wife Nathan and Stacie Pinsoneault. Nathan explains at the...

Warcraft: The Beginning (2016) – Review

Warcraft. Orcs and Humans throw down in Blizzard's long awaited cinematic debut. Duncan Jones - Director/Co-writer Starring: Travis Fimmel, Tony Kebbell, Paula Patton, Ben Foster, Dominic...
Imperium

Imperium (2016) – Film Review

I'm a sucker for undercover cop flicks. Suspense is almost always guaranteed, and my favorite seated position when watching movies is at the edge of...

Comic Review: ‘Black Suit of Death #1’ from Warrior Innkeeper Creative

The Black Suit of Death is a fantastic new sci-fi/horror/comedy comic book from Warrior Innkeeper Creative. It was co-written by E.R. Ellsworth and Benjamin...

Captain America: Civil War (2016) – Review

There was one hell of a party on May 6, 2016. Captain America: Civil War was released to theaters on this date, and more...
Logan Wolverine

Logan (2017) Review: Hugh Jackman’s Incredible Swan Song

This summer marks 17 years since the original X-Men was released and kicked off the comic book movie genre as we know it today....
the space between us

The Space Between Us (2017): When Two Worlds Collide

I think most of us, at one point or another, have thought about what it would be like to live on a different planet....

The Magnificent Seven (2016) Review: Empty Fun in the West

Legendary director Akira Kurosawa unveiled the epic team-up movie formula in 1954 with Seven Samurai. Then acclaimed director John Sturges remade that exact formula for a...
Surviving Indie _1

‘Surviving Indie’ (2016) Film Shows Sweat and Tears Behind Indie Games

Although the gaming industry has been dominated by massive budgets and AAA titles, indie games have finally started to get some much deserved love...
Secret Life of Pets

The Secret Life of Pets (2016) – Film Review

I've been lucky enough to have time in my busy schedule to catch a movie or two lately. Most recently, I decided to go...
White Rabbit Project

Netflix’s ‘White Rabbit Project’ Season One Review

As a massive fan of Mythbusters, I was sorry to see the end of the show. Not only did it entertain me, it taught...
Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman: The Next Evolution of Comic Book Movies

The superhero origin tale hasn’t really evolved much since the original Spider-Man swung into theaters fifteen summers ago. Whether it be Marvel or DC,...
Over The Garden Wall

Step Into The Dark Unknown In 2014’s ‘Over The Garden Wall’

Earlier this week, feeling unwell and more than a little sorry for myself, I began searching through a list of shows I’d yet to...

Godzilla Returns in ‘Shin Gojira’ (2016): A Video Review

Shin Gojira (also known as Godzilla Resurgence) finally came slamming into select American theaters on October 11th, and Horror Geek Life made sure to...

‘Dave Made A Maze’ (2017) Is Weird But A-Maze-Ing

Imagine coming home one afternoon and finding your other half has chosen not to complete the list of chores you left them, but has...
okja

The Profoundly Moving ‘Okja’ Showcases the Highs and Lows of Humanity

Well I haven't cried like that in quite some time. Okja, the latest (and arguably greatest) Netflix original film, was co-written and directed by Bong...

Review: ‘The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil’ By Stephen Collins (2013)

I’ll wager that if you’re reading this review for a book called ‘The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil’, then you probably have a beard. Whether...