Star Wars ‘Legends’ Fancast

The year following Star Wars’ release in 1977, the first Star Wars book Splinter of the Mind's Eye was released. From then on, the Expanded Universe (EU) was created. The EU was made up of all the books, comics, and games that were part of Star Wars lore. For almost 40 years it grew to … Continue reading Star Wars ‘Legends’ Fancast

5 Highlights from Star Wars Celebration

This past week, Star Wars Celebration Chicago took the nerd news by storm! For five days, Star Wars fans gathered together and celebrated their love for one of the greatest franchises of all time. We were fortunate to attend and cover the event. There we saw passionate fans, cosplayers, exhibitors, etc. showcasing nothing but their … Continue reading 5 Highlights from Star Wars Celebration

‘Bumblebee’ Is the Fun, Heart-Warming, Transformers Adventure We’ve Been Waiting For – Review

The Transformers franchise has given us a breath of fresh air with their latest venture, Bumblebee; the first film in the franchise filled with ample amounts of heart, humor, fun and memorable action! Charlie and Bumblebee. Courtesy of Paramount Pictures Travis Knight (Kubo and the Two Strings) takes on directing duties here and he gives Bumblebee a refreshing, yet … Continue reading ‘Bumblebee’ Is the Fun, Heart-Warming, Transformers Adventure We’ve Been Waiting For – Review

Fancast: 5 Actors We Want to See Play Blue Beetle

Warner Bros and DC recently announced they are developing a Blue Beetle film. Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer, who recently penned the Scarface reboot, has been tasked with scripting duties for Blue Beetle. The version of Blue Beetle we will be getting is Jaime Reyes, the third character to take on the mantle. Jaime is a teenage Mexican-American … Continue reading Fancast: 5 Actors We Want to See Play Blue Beetle

The Legacy of Carpenter’s ‘Halloween’ – 40 Years Later

Whenever I watch a movie that’s considered a classic for the first time, I always ask myself, "What makes this film a classic?" There are a number of components to that question and one of them is asking whether the film has changed or added anything new to its respective genre? In the case of … Continue reading The Legacy of Carpenter’s ‘Halloween’ – 40 Years Later

‘Daredevil’ Season 3 is More Brutal and Exciting Than Ever – Review

Daredevil is back for a third season, and our favourite blind vigilante has hit his lowest point, and there seems to be no way out of the darkness. Netflix was kind enough to offer Geeks of Color the chance to watch the first 6 episodes of Daredevil season 3! Be warned: Mild spoilers ahead for season 3. … Continue reading ‘Daredevil’ Season 3 is More Brutal and Exciting Than Ever – Review

‘The Nun’ is a Frightening Enough Addition to The Conjuring Franchise – Review

The Nun is the latest film in The Conjuring franchise showcasing the evil origins of the demonic nun Valak who we first see in Conjuring 2. The franchise has always been great at delivering those jump scares we’re all familiar in horror, but that constant unnerving sense of dread and evil is what makes this … Continue reading ‘The Nun’ is a Frightening Enough Addition to The Conjuring Franchise – Review

‘Iron Fist’ Season 2 is a Slight Improvement From Season 1 – Review

Last time we saw the Iron Fist, he was helping Luke Cage find his chi. Before that, we saw him fight alongside the Defenders and promised Matt Murdock to protect his city. Season two follows Danny Rand as he fulfills this promise to Matt. The second round of Iron Fist looks to be an improvement … Continue reading ‘Iron Fist’ Season 2 is a Slight Improvement From Season 1 – Review