The Geekiverse is having a great year. Our growth has been really exciting. We’re getting more readers, more viewers, more listeners, and we’ve even brought some new contributors into the mix. So, what’s next? Continue reading All New Geekiverse Coming Soon
There is nothing more exciting than a film premiere. Well, talking to the excited director about the film premiere is pretty exciting too. I had the opportunity to sit down with Adam Steigert of DefTone Pictures Studios to talk about their upcoming premiere.
Well, once again the internet gets our hopes up and then dashes us on the rocks of life (or Ach-To). About a week ago, the late Carrie Fisher’s brother, Todd, announced that Carrie would, in fact, appear in the 9th episode of the Star Wars trilogy with footage that was already shot. Kathleen Kennedy, boss lady at Lucasfilm Ltd. put that rumor to bed this afternoon. Continue reading Carrie Fisher Will Not Appear in Star Wars Episode IX
It’s hit or miss picking books off a list of new releases. Sometimes you are just betting solely on whose PR person writes the better blurbs. With Wesley Chu’s “The Rise of Io”, however, the PR set the hook and Chu reeled me in. Continue reading Book Review: “The Rise of Io” by Wesley Chu is Great Fun
A few months ago (October 2016) I wrote my first “Hey check out these new releases” book post for The Geekiverse. As I continue to explore how to make this a useful article for you, (and me, as I love to read and I find things to order) I am developing my style for this piece. There are 30-40 new releases per month, and going forward, I am going to narrow it down to 7-10 of what I think are the sure bets, listed alphabetically by the title, also in order of release date. Here’s my list for April. Continue reading Books: It’s April – Shower Yourself With These Great Sci Fi and Fantasy Books
Whaaaaat? Yeah, it’s true. Lionsgate is producing the reboot, remake retread that exactly NO ONE has been longing for. The origin story that we all know, backwards and forwards and backwards again. Let’s get those cameras rolling for Robin Hood: Origins. Continue reading Either No Robin Hood or Bigggg Franchise It
The ladies of the Geekiverse dive on the Beauty and the Beast week train and talk about the reboots that they’d most like to see. Spoiler Alert: Steamboat Willie is never mentioned once…sad trombone.