Hall H Podcast – International Mobil Film Festival

Guess who guest starred on this week’s Hall H Show podcast? This girl! Listen to the podcast about The International Mobil Film Festival and featuring the festival’s founder, Susy Botello, one of the Directors, Anthony de la Cruz, and yours truly, as interviewed by Aaron Nabus and Alex Benedicto. Check it out HERE!

Ender’s Game – Double Review

enders-game-movie-poster Since I’ve read the book and Geek Outlaw hasn’t, we decided that it would be fun to do a joint review of the movie Ender’s Game from both perspectives. That being said, this seems to be a particularly busy and hectic time for both of us so it’s just now all coming together. We’ll start with Geek Outlaw… Continue reading Ender’s Game – Double Review

Gravity reviewed

gravity_poster2 It’s been a while since I’ve written a movie review. Mostly because it’s been a while since I’ve been to the movies….sad robot 🙁 Anyhooters, I saw the panel for Gravity at Comic Con and listened to Sandra Bullock describe the process of making the movie and the hours she spent locked in a 9 foot square box… Continue reading Gravity reviewed

Star Trek Into Darkness Reviewed

HNG Star Trek Into Darkness So many nerdy posters but not a single Star Trek one to be found I know that this review crazy late but I’ve been dealing with some stuff that I might write about later so… c’est la vie, mes chers amis! There isn’t much in this world that I love… Continue reading Star Trek Into Darkness Reviewed

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Reviewed

I’m ready Gandalf, let’s go on an adventure! I really need to stop burning the candle at both ends. I woke up Sunday morning with a horrible sore throat and a pounding headache that is making my head feel like it weighs about 800 lbs. But nothing was going to keep me from seeing The Hobbit:… Continue reading The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Reviewed

Red Dawn reviewed

I was sick with a cold (courtesy of my 4-year-old nephew) for most of the Thanksgiving holiday (yay me) so I pretty much laid low for three days and drank Dr. Pepper (just what the Doctor ordered), downed DayQuil, and read copiously (a book a day, but who’s counting). But I did manage to sneak out and catch… Continue reading Red Dawn reviewed

Celebrating The Selling

Many of you know that I’ve been a big supporter of The Selling, an independent horror comedy written, directed, produced, and starring some of my fellow SF Staters. I wrote a review of it, interviewed Director Emily Lou, and promoted the heck out of their Kickstarter campaign. They’ve done the festival circuit but today is one more big milestone, the… Continue reading Celebrating The Selling

The Dark Knight Rises Reviewed

I just got back from a family wedding weekend but I managed to sneak in a showing of The Dark Knight Rises while I was gone. I hesitated about writing this review because it seems so trivial in light of what has happened. These massacres are beyond tragic. They show us the very worst and… Continue reading The Dark Knight Rises Reviewed

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter reviewed

Let me start off by emphasizing how much I loved the book Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith. Fun, adventurous, perfectly intertwined with historical fact. It was truly brilliant and inspired. Now let me emphasize how much I didn’t like this movie. I almost can’t believe the script was written by my beloved SGS. … Continue reading Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter reviewed