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Ep. 7: Spice World (1998)

Due to an outdoor screening of the film, I decided to review this 90’s fun flick about one of the best Pop girl groups ever, The Spice Girls. Join me and 3 other friends as we give ourselves our own “spice” names, review the film, talk about our outdoor screening experience, and just laugh and laugh on how Posh Spice is the funniest one in the bunch. 

We also give our 3 min or less reviews on Life of the Party, Tully, and Upgrade. We give our initial thoughts to trailers Bohemian Rhapsody and Skyscrapers. 

Give us a listen and thank you for following the blog and podcast. Comment below your spice name and what you think about the film if you saw Spice World. 

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Ep. 6: Strangers on a Train

Movie Geeks, it is time for me to review a movie I haven’t seen before. I explore the world terror, suspense, and circumstance in the 1951 classic Strangers on a Train, directed by Alfred Hitchcock. I am not too familiar with his films so it was nice to be able to view this movie along with my friends Shawn and James. We discuss the film from the plot, to the characters, to the cinematography. Are black and white films still relevant? Who still talks to random strangers? Also, is it really necessary to remake this film? We answer all of this and more in this episode of Movie Geek & Proud. Enjoy the show.

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Ep. 4: The Little Mermaid

A new episode of Movie Geek & Proud has been released. Go down memory lane and relive your childhood with a couple of guys who are all grown up and seeing this movie for what it really is. With adult eyes, this movie is different than what we remember as a kid. 

Give this episode a listen and if you like it, please rate and comment on the podcast app you are listening on and make sure to follow the show for future episodes on reviews on old and new movies. 

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Movie Geek & Proud – Ep.2/Avengers: Infinity War

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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Truth or Dare Review

Blumhouse Productions have been on a winning streak in my book when it comes to releasing unique and fun horror films under their brand. Movies such as Get Out, Happy Death Day, and Split. Just like New Line Cinema or Dimension Films in the 90’s and 2000’s, when I see that logo, I know I am in for a horror-ific treat. Blumhouse Productions is starting to become that latest logo for me and their latest film under their resume is Truth or Dare.

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Why they agreed to play the game is beyond me. pic via blumhousestruthordare.com

Truth or Dare is the latest teen slasher flick with a mission to take an old fashion horror movie blue print with a different unique approach to the “slasher”. The PG-13 film stars Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars) and Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf) as two of a group of friends who want to spend their last spring break with each other in Mexico before they all separate into adulthood. They stumble upon a stranger who convinces them to go to a specific location to play the game truth or dare. Once they play, they are permanently in the game and have to continue to play or die. Don’t tell the truth, you die, refuse to do the dare, you die.

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Horror Movies Rated PG-13 Can Still Be Scary

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.

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Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming has a refreshing tone to the superhero genre

“Spider-Man big screen adaptation take 3” *claps clapperboard

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Sony is giving the Spider-Man franchise another go with another semi reboot of our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man with the help of Marvel Studios. This time around, Spider-Man has been embedded into the MCU a.k.a Marvel Cinematic Universe. With his brief and scene stealing cameo in Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) was introduced and kicked off the start of his involvement into one day becoming an avenger. Up till now, his franchise only has him swinging into crime solving solo, never receiving any assistance with his heroism and now fans get to see him team up with other marvel heroes where he belonged. 

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