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Hi Movie Geeks, I haven’t had the chance to see any movies this past weekend. I have a lot of catching up to do. I did however manage to record and post another episode of Movie Geek & Proud. Give it a listen. It’s a episode of appreciation on cinematography and music. My friend Shawn and I also discuss the latest Venom Trailer and also how we enjoyed the British horror movie Ghost Stories. We also talk about the unsettling movies that we can’t watch twice. I hope you enjoy Episode 3 and comment your thoughts on the film and this episode.
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Movie Geeks, there are just some movies out there that are just so out there, so crazy, so unsettling that you can’t bring yourself to watch again. Not even on a bet is it worth watching because the movie just leave a horrible taste in your mouth and a bad feeling in your stomach.
This week’s “question of the week” has to do with just that:
Can you tell what movie that is from the image in the background? That is a hint as to what I will be covering for Episode 3. Comment your answer below and tune in Wednesday for the next episode. Also feel free to answer the previous questions even though the week has passed. I want to know more about the people who follow the blog and the podcast.
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My 2nd episode has been posted. Thank you to everyone who listened to my first episode last week. Remember, a new episode releases every Wednesday.
This episode is a full review with spoilers on the movie Avengers: Infinity War take a listen and comment with your thoughts on the episode and on the movie. Subscribe to be notified of future episodes and enjoy while my friend Nick and I discuss the film and share our thoughts, opinions, and theories regarding the film and the fate of The Avengers.
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The time has come. This blog is officially now a podcast. Which actually is the same day as the perfect day a.k.a. Miss Congeniality Day. Total coincidence by the way, I didn’t do that on purpose.
Anyhow, be the first to listen to a brand new podcast hopefully on the rise. Doing the same thing I do on this blog which is review movies current and older. This time around, I will be joined by my friends and friends of friends to talk about movies as well. I will be doing some trailer reactions, movie reviews with and without spoilers, and all kinds of different segments.
First episode is in honor of its 30th Anniversary, Beetlejuice. This is one of my favorite movies and this is a perfect start to an ongoing podcast that will be posting a new episode every Wednesday. Make sure to like and follow your favorite social media for updates on new episodes. Currently on Soundcloud, I will be up and running on iTunes and other podcast apps shortly. Comment your thoughts on today’s premiere episode and enjoy.
With the latest horror films coming out this month, A Quiet Place (Apr. 6) and Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare (Apr. 13) both rated PG-13, a friend of mine presented to me a question on my way home from work. He asks, “What are you top 5 horror films rated PG-13?” Immediately, I was intrigued with the question. It is something I have probably talked about a lot sporadically but never really thought about the question and made a list for myself to be ready when said question would arise. Well, now I have no excuse. I have thought about it and here are my top 5 favorite horror films rated PG-13.
Amore! Valentine’s Day, The day of love. The day to break out candy, put on your Sunday best, eat at the fanciest restaurants, shower each other with gifts, flowers, the whole nine yards. If you are doing it right though, you and your significant other wouldn’t know when it is Valentine’s Day because you treat each other like it was Valentine’s Day everyday.
Nonetheless, today is the day, and while there are plenty of blogs out there that share or give advise on the many things involving the holiday, I am the movie geek. So here, I am sharing my favorite movies from across many genres and maybe give you some inspiration on what to watch whether you are alone or with someone and decided to stay in and make it a movie night. As there are many to choose from, this wasn’t too hard to figure out as I am picky when it comes to romantic comedies and dramas. I also wanted to feature movies you don’t normally hear about from the majority. These movies are underrated, under the radar, and should be seen by more people. In no particular order, here are my favorite Romantic movies from across the board.