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MOVIE REVIEW: Catching Fire Turns Up the Heat in Hunger Games Trilogy

MOVIE REVIEW: Catching Fire Turns Up the Heat in Hunger Games Trilogy

  After almost a year and a half of crying myself to sleep, Jennifer Lawrence still hasn’t responded to the marriage proposal I broadcast into the digital universe via my review of the first Hunger Games movie back in March of 2012.   I’ve come to terms with it though as […]

by November 26, 2013 9 comments Books, Movies, Reviews, Sci-Fi
TV REVIEW:  Almost Human is Almost Perfect

TV REVIEW: Almost Human is Almost Perfect

  If cops love donuts, then what do robot cops love?   It’s one of the many burning mysteries that the new Fox series Almost Human could address, but probably won’t… at least not immediately.  Oddly enough, these are also the types of hard-hitting inquiries that preoccupy my mind about 98% […]

by November 22, 2013 1 comment Movies, Reviews, Sci-Fi
DUAL MOVIE REVIEW:  Ender’s Game Isn’t All Fun and… You Get the Gist

DUAL MOVIE REVIEW: Ender’s Game Isn’t All Fun and… You Get the Gist

      Taking into account that the art of reading a book in a timely fashion isn’t a skill high on my list of strengths, my experience with the sci-fi film adaption of Ender’s Game lacked any literary expectations.  On the other hand, my NBFF Hot Nerd Girl reads […]

by November 18, 2013 0 comments Books, Movies, Reviews
MOVIE REVIEW: Thor & Co. Bring Humorous Light to The Dark World

MOVIE REVIEW: Thor & Co. Bring Humorous Light to The Dark World

  Despite Winston Zeddmore’s advice in Ghostbusters to always answer “yes” to the God question, I would still most likely answer no.  Besides the fear of being struck in the crotch by a real hammer throwing Norse deity, I know I’m anything but a higher power seeing as the mere […]

by November 13, 2013 1 comment Movies, Reviews
MOVIE REVIEW: Gravity Sets the Bar for Space Films to Lofty New Heights

MOVIE REVIEW: Gravity Sets the Bar for Space Films to Lofty New Heights

  Space, the final frontier or just plain final?   The latter is the sense I got after walking out of Gravity, the Sandra Bullock and George Clooney space survival story that recently launched into multi-megaplexes the nation over.  Oddly enough, my exit was slower and more labored than usual as it […]

by October 15, 2013 0 comments Movies, Reviews
TV REVIEW:  Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Requires Having Faith in Joss Whedon

TV REVIEW: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Requires Having Faith in Joss Whedon

  In Joss we trust?   Far be it from me to judge a new television show on only one episode.  Thus to be fair, I will be judging it on two.  Like myself, the 3.9 billion professional armchair quarterbacks out there know that pilot episodes of any series tend […]

by October 8, 2013 0 comments Reviews, TV
GUEST PODCAST:  Geek Outlaw Gets Verbal With Hot Nerd Girl For the First Time

GUEST PODCAST: Geek Outlaw Gets Verbal With Hot Nerd Girl For the First Time

  Call it what you will – a podcast, broadcast, audio segment, pre-recorded event, or a group of three grown adults sitting around their computers arguing over how Daredevil proved to be an even bigger debacle than Anthony Weiner’s latest run for mayor – I can proudly say I participated […]

by October 2, 2013 2 comments Comics, Events, Guest Podcast, Misc, Movies, Reviews, TV
EVENT: The 2013 C4 Central Coast Comic-Con pays a Visit to Geek Outlaw

EVENT: The 2013 C4 Central Coast Comic-Con pays a Visit to Geek Outlaw

  That’s right, you read the eye-grabbing title correctly.  A comic-con finally came to Geek Outlaw, that is if your definition of “came to” is noticing there was going to be a comic-con up the road from you because of a random Living-Social e-mail.   Truth be told, the fact […]

by September 19, 2013 7 comments Comics, Events, Misc, Reviews
MOVIE REVIEW: Last Call for The World’s End Leaves A Bitter Taste

MOVIE REVIEW: Last Call for The World’s End Leaves A Bitter Taste

  Ever see a film that looks like it has all the right elements in place to be something truly magical, only to end up leaving you partially amused but wanting more?  (Kind of like this blog.)  Seriously though, you know the type: a group of friends get together for […]

by September 5, 2013 0 comments Movies, Reviews
MOVIE REVIEW:  The Wolverine Cuts to the Heart of Logan, Literally

MOVIE REVIEW: The Wolverine Cuts to the Heart of Logan, Literally

  The latest Wolverine movie starring Hugh Jackman raises the age old question with regards to eternal life; what tax bracket do you fall in once you hit 200?  As a follow up, can adamantium claws be written off if they are being used to save humanity.   Well, maybe […]

by July 30, 2013 0 comments Comics, Movies, Reviews, Sci-Fi
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