Category: Editors Choice

Review: The Marvelous Captain Marvel

In the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe we meet the first on-screen appearance of Captain Marvel. The film, set in 1995, is a nostalgic, campy, and timely add to the Marvel family. In fact, this story explores how she actually started it all. This film does not only serve as Captain Marvel’s origin […]

Game of Thrones Final Season Trailer!

HBO just released the first official trailer for the final season of Game of Thrones. Season 8 has been long awaited. They received the Emmy for Best Drama last year and based on this trailer they are coming to collect yet again. The trailer looks as good as any film, but we know its going to […]

Your 2019 Disney Calendar

UPDATED: 5/14/2019 Disney is responsible for creating some of the most beloved franchises. Not only are they in charge of the Disney animation legacy, but also Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars. All of which have films coming out this year. Starting in March, nearly every month will see a new film from Disney. There are […]

Interview: Neil deGrasse Tyson—Cosmos: Possible Worlds San Diego Comic-Con

Neil deGrasse Tyson at San Diego Comic Con 2018 | pc: Alyssa Rasmus/Pink Camera Media

Interview: Neil deGrasse Tyson — Cosmos: Possible Worlds San Diego Comic-Con had the pleasure of hanging out with Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson at the San Diego Comic-Con Cosmos: Possible Worlds press room. We were in a shared roundtable in our little corner of the press room. This is a complete transcript with just a few […]

Editorial Geekfest—2018 Fall Television Guide to new and returning Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy 2018 Fall Television Guide to new and returning Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy shows This is the 2018 Fall Television Guide to new and returning Science Fiction, Horror, and Fantasy shows. As we move toward the end of the first full week of Fall television, wants to share the menu of upcoming […]

Review: Crazy Rich Asians

Charm, sparkle, romance and drama all make up Crazy Rich Asians. The heart of the film lives in the relationships between Nick Young and Rachel Chu. The two met in New York where she is an NYU economics professor. Nick hid his family’s sizable wealth and notoriety from his girlfriend, so when the two head […]

Review: Mission Impossible – Fallout

Mission Impossible – Fallout does not disappoint as Tom Cruise leads another outing for the franchise. The story of the film launches when Ethan Hunt and company cannot keep their hands on three spheres of plutonium. This leads them on chase around the globe to recollect the missing plutonium and prevent multiple nuclear attacks. The […]

Home Spun: How Seattle Invaded San Diego Comic-Con

How Seattle Invaded San Diego Comic-Con

Seattle Invades San Diego Comic-Con While no exhibitor erected a Space Needle at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC), Seattle’s influence on genre entertainment was quickly evident for anyone approaching the San Diego Convention Center—Seattle invaded San Diego Comic-Con. Comic-con attendees and locals wandering the outdoor venues were greeted by one of the largest marketing activations in […]

Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp

Coming off the worthy emotional onslaught that was Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel fans needed a little pop in their popcorn, and Antman and the Wasp delivered with plenty of giant and very small moments. After taking his suit out without permission and joining the events of Captain America: Civil War, Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang finds […]