Movie Review: Parasite

Movie Review: Parasite by Julie Perez Parasite Review: If reading this review is your introduction to the movie Parasite, I urge you to go out of your way to watch this film. If you decide to continue reading, look forward to extremely vague statements and no spoilers happening so, have fun! Dare I say, Parasite…

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A Review of Los Angeles Comic Con

A Review of Los Angeles Comic Con by Kristin Rose On any ordinary weekend in downtown Los Angeles, California, you would see people rushing to work or going to lunch. This past weekend, though, was much more exciting, as Los Angeles Comic Con came to town. The grounds surrounding the convention center were filled with…

Review: Petoons Party

Review: Petoons – A Family Fun Game (1-4 player Local Co-op or Solo Play Available) by Nikolas Cochran With bright colors, vibrant text, & a playful animation style, this game brings the fun of competition to your living room. Solo or with friends/family you choose from an assortment of colorful characters. Each character has outfits…

‘SAUGERTIES’ | Play Review

Chad L. Coleman and Beau Garrett star in SAUGERTIES, a play by Susan Eve Haar and directed by Abigail Zealey Bess. The play takes place in a remote B&B where, in the first act, one couple struggles through their toxic relationship. Then in the second act, a similar couple and 25 years later, struggle through…

Nerd Lounge Review: Amazon’s The Boys

Nerd Lounge Review: Amazon’s The Boys Good Nerd Bad Nerd Season 7 Episode 4 This week I am joined once again by Chris and Jane of the Original Zombie Gnomes. They help me tackle the new Super-Hero show from Amazon, The Boys. Does this entry into the super genre hold up, what it get right…

REVIEW: De Lo Mio

REVIEW: De Lo Mio by Julie Perez Director Dianla Peralta spread pieces of her heart throughout every single scene in De Lo Mio, which had its LA premier this past weekend at LALIFF 2019. In De Lo Mio, two sisters travel to the Dominican Republic to reunite with their estranged brother. The reason for the…

REVIEW:Chulas Fronteras LALIFF 2019

REVIEW: Chulas Fronteras at LALIFF 2019 by Julie Perez “Mexican by ancestry/American by destiny/I am of the golden race/I am Mexican American.” Chulas Fronteras is a Les Blank film that was presented at LALIFF 2019, the film was paired with the short documentary, Del Mero Corazón. Both films are a beautiful portrayal of Mexican music…

Nerd Lounge Reviews: Spider-Man Far From Home

Nerd Lounge Reviews: Spider-Man Far From Home Good Nerd Bad Nerd Season 7 Episode 2 This week on Good Nerd Bad Nerd I finally bring you the Nerd Lounge Review for Spider-Man Far From Home. I am joined by Steve Tenney as we break down the final chapter in Phase 3 of the MCU. Is…

Review: FRIENDS a Musical Parody

Review: FRIENDS a Musical Parody by Julie Perez picture by Benjamin Skigen With the recent announcement from Netflix, that FRIENDS will be leaving the platform at the beginning of 2020, it feels fitting that FRIENDS! The Musical Parody is currently working through a North American Tour. More than a night at the theater, attending FRIENDS!…

Movie Review – Midsommar

Movie Review – Midsommar by Julie Perez Maybe we’ve been running from the Boogeyman all this time, when we really should be terrified of how complicated the human condition is. Ari Aster is slowly becoming my favorite Writer/Director and if Hereditary didn’t convince you of how brilliant his mind is, then Midsommar surely will. The…