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Past articles by TJ:

She-Hulk: Breaking The Fourth Wall Before Deadpool

With She-Hulk making her MCU debut in an upcoming Disney+ series, we take a look back at her long Marvel history and how she paved the way for Deadpool. → Read More

Geek’s what to watch: R-rated comedies, talking animals, and zombies galore!

Bookended by two very different kinds of zombie projects, this week’s entertainment options also include talent-heavy casts trying their hands at R-rated comedies and family friendly animation! Cell It’s just like your grandma [...] → Read More

Geek’s what to watch: summer scares, friendly giants, and adventurous ape-men

As an entertainment icon returns to theaters, a modern horror franchise reaches its third installment and a beloved director adapts an equally beloved kids book. Meanwhile, the creators of Once Upon a Time [...] → Read More

Geek’s what to watch: Independence Day, The Shallows, and The Neon Demon

The box office features a trio of compelling projects ranging from a gigantic sci-fi sequel for a 20-year-old movie, to a water-based thriller, to a mind-bending film from one of the more unique [...] → Read More

Bruce Willis teaming with Eli Roth on Death Wish remake

The Death Wish remake continues to enlist an interesting batch of talent. Legendary action headliner Bruce Willis is currently attached to star in the project that will now feature horror helmer Eli Roth [...] → Read More

Geek’s what to watch: buddy action, farting corpses, forgetful fish, and more

Two titanic entertainers team up while Pixar’s latest sequel hits the big screen. At the same time, a weird and wild indie film hits a few theaters while ABC’s only ongoing comic book [...] → Read More

Geek’s what to watch: Warcraft, Voltron, and more

Hopefully you don’t have too much going on this Friday, June 10th because all of the best entertainment seems to be hitting that very day. A pair of sequels, one a horror the [...] → Read More

Mattel celebrates Star Trek’s 50th with Barbies

Mattel wants Star Trek fans to live long and prosper as the world celebrates the 50th anniversary of the original series. To do their part, the company just revealed three new Barbies based [...] → Read More

Geek’s what to watch: X-Men, Alice, and repeat trips to Jurassic Park

This week, the box office battle will come down to the ninth movie in Fox’s X-franchise and Disney’s latest take on Lewis Carroll’s work. Meanwhile, as the TV schedule figures itself out as [...] → Read More

The CW is planning biggest TV hero crossover ever

Crossovers have fueled the world of comic books for decades. Bringing characters from one book into another has been common place since the early days. With the popularity of shared comic-based super hero [...] → Read More

Geek’s what to watch: Preacher, season finales, and more

Sure there are some interesting looking movies coming out this weekend, but it just so happens that we’ll be seeing the debut of one highly anticipated comic book-inspired series and the finales of [...] → Read More

Bryan Singer says Wolverine after Hugh Jackman might be female clone

The X-Men film universe looks to be getting even bigger and badder. After the success of Deadpool, it seems like any and all things X-related have new life, including X-Force. The more militaristic [...] → Read More

Fox’s new sitcom Son of Zorn is reverse Cool World with barbarians

Do you like a little live-action situation comedy mixed in with your retro ’80s animation? Then Christopher Miller and Phil Lord’s upcoming Fox show Son of Zorn looks to be right up your [...] → Read More

Atari launches Missile Command and Centipede movie projects

Atari plans to get in on the video game-to-movie action these days with a pair of new films based on Centipede and Missile Command! George Furla and Randall Emmett will produce. The duo [...] → Read More

Geek’s what to watch: Civil War, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. & more

All of this week’s content revolves around two mega franchises: Marvel movies and Star Wars. As you already know, Captain America: Civil War opens this weekend and will find itself tied into next [...] → Read More

Netflix announces Wet Hot American Summer’s 10 year anniversary

Wet Hot American Summer fans, you better make it your beeswax to be there when the next installment hits Netflix in 2017. The streaming service just announced that the absurdist and surrealist summer [...] → Read More

Geek’s what to watch: Key and Peele, Ratchet and Clank

This week’s batch of must-watch movies and shows comes jam-packed with things people love on the internet. Ranging from adorable cats (who sometimes hang out with criminals) to that show on HBO with [...] → Read More

Stephen King’s Cell adaptation mixes tech phobias with zombies

Stephen King seems to have more projects in the works these days than ever before. We’ve all watched the news regarding some of his more massive projects like The Stand and The Dark [...] → Read More

The silly, practical Christmas horror Krampus is actually a really good movie

Every now and then a horror movie comes along that works on multiple levels. It can scare you while making you actually feel something for the characters, and can also make you marvel [...] → Read More

Geek’s what to watch: The Hunstman, The Flash, Elvis and Nixon

What do Chris Hemsworth, The Flash, Elvis, and President Nixon have in common? Short of a wildly complicated joke about speed, Thor and shady presidencies, not much. Oh wait, they all happen to [...] → Read More