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Don’t you hate it when you binge your way through several episodes of your favorite show, just to be smacked in the face with an ending that is either completely confusing, insulting to your intelligence, or so obvious that it ruined the last 6 hours of your life? Well geekies, Netflix plans on changing that. That’s right. Bloomberg reported earlier this week that the company that transformed (and destroyed) the video rental industry is now...

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As the credits rolled, and then stopped for a Marvel-esque teaser, and then continued, I sat on my couch scratching my head. What had just happened in the last fifty minutes on my television. Did I get the satisfaction I needed to close this book? Well before I go on, let me just warn you: SPOILERS AHEAD Okay, now that’s out of the way. Castle Rock is an anthology series, akin to American Horror Story. That...

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Variety dropped a bomb shell yesterday when they reported that we could soon be getting a spin off of popular MCU movie characters with 6-8 TV episode runs of each on their new streaming service that aims to rival Netflix. Here’s what we could see: Loki: Loki’s character has been around in the MCU for over 1,500 years. We know this from Infinity War when Thor stated that his age, and we know that Thor...

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Screw the narrative, just dive right in. How. Cool. Was that? I love it when brands/companies make immersive experiences like this. Similar to what Disney did for The Force Awakens VR experience on the Samsung Gear our friends at Hulu threw us a creepy bone and created something similar for their new Stephen King series Castle Rock. I recommend watching this video on full screen, in the dark for the ultimate blood pressure raising experience....

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In the fall of 1987 a six-year-old boy sat down with his family to watch the premiere episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. For seven seasons, 178 episodes, 4 feature films, and countless adventures through the stars, Captain Jean-Luc Picard was my guide through the perils and pitfalls of human existence, the success of diversity, and the basic understanding of right and wrong. Sure, Sisko, Janeway, Archer, Kirk, and Star Trek: Discovery‘s Michael Burnham continued...

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Our friends over at BleedingCool.com report that Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy, Ted, The Orville) has partnered with Hulu to create a horror series based on Clive Barker’s Books of Blood. The Books of Blood is a multi-part anthology of short stories that were released in the early 80’s that propelled the “Prince of Horror” to notoriety. Many of the stories found within have made their way to the big (and small) screen like Midnight Meat...

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Hulu became the latest location on Stephen King’s map of places where creepy shit happens tonight as the much anticipated Castle Rock series premiered on the streaming service. I’ve been a Stephen King fan since I was first able to read the words in his 1983 scare fest Pet Sematary. That book still to this day creeps me the hell out (and I can’t wait to see what they do with the upcoming movie –...

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To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Clone Wars animated series, Disney announced yesterday at San Diego Comic Con that the show will return for a twelve episode seventh season in 2019 on Disney’s new streaming platform. This is great news for fans of the show which received an abrupt cancellation from the Cartoon Network in 2014. It’s always been speculated that series creator and director Dave Filoni had an additional three seasons that he...

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While I’ve never been a huge Teen Titans fan, I’m more of Justice League Unlimited guy, I do appreciate the humor and whim of Teen Titans Go. Now, it’s no Teen Titans animated or even Young Justice, as my fellow DC fanatic friends tell me, but I’ve enjoyed every episode I’ve stumbled across. The show mocks everything, including itself. And the full length feature film has already given us a glimpse at it’s irreverent treatment...

Geeky a Go Go

Geeky a Go Go was the brain child of Anthony Pizzuto, and was really just a way for him to become a "micro influencer" and a way to boost his ego. It has since grown into a multi-headed alien from the Outer Rim - nowhere near as cool as The Nerdist, but pretty damn close.

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