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The Bad Batch S2E5 Entombed-Review

The Bad Batch does their best Indiana Jones impression in this episode. Welcome back my nerdy friends, Spoilers ahead! With

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TRIGUN STAMPEDE Episode 3 – Bright Light, Shine Through The Darkness (Review)

Trigun Stampede returns this episode with a shockingly brutal display. The direction this episode took is certain to surprise anyone

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Vash finds himself cornered in this week’s episode of Trigun Stampede This week’s episode of TRIGUN STAMPEDE kicks off in

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Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari Episode 1 – Hyoma (Review)

There is no doubt Malevolent Spirits has the potential to be one of this season’s favorites. Whether you’re a fan

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The Bad Batch S2E4 ‘FASTER’-Review

Hope you all have a need for speed because the Bad Batch is going racing! Welcome back to the Basement

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‘Saint Omer’ Review: Nothing Is Ever As It Seems

“Saint Omer is an exploration of perspectives.” Motherhood has always been a herculean task that is neither appreciated nor praised as

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The Bad Batch S2E3-The Solitary Clone (Review)

Crosshair Returns in The Bad Batch episode 3 and he’s a lonely soldier. Add another phenomenal episode to the list

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Trigun Stampede certainly makes a lasting impression with its first episode but if fans were expecting a rehash of the

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The Bad Batch is back and it’s like they never left us! Some Spoilers! Hello, my Nerdy Basement family, and

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‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ Review: James Cameron’s Inexcusable Narrative

In the end, Avatar: The Way of Water Never Goes Above and Beyond It’s been 13 years and multiple technological

The Nerdy Basement Podcast Episode 132 Black Panther Wakanda Forever Spoiler Review

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Spoiler Review (The Nerdy Basement Podcast Ep. 132)

The Nerdy Basement Reviews “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” In this episode of The Nerdy Basement Podcast, your hosts Boozer, Ozzy,

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‘Weird: The Al Yankovic Story’ Review: A Wildly Gonzo Anti-Biopic Sandbox For Star Daniel Radcliffe To Play In

The parody film about everyone’s favorite parody musician is just as hilarious and ridiculous as you’d expect Too bad ‘Weird:

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‘Black Adam’ Review: The Hierarchy of Power Might Shift

It’s been well over a decade since Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was cast as the villain turned anti-hero Black Adam.

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‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Review: The Film’s Drama May Outlive The Flat Storytelling It Surrounds

Similar to a desert mirage, Don’t Worry Darling has rewards in the distance that end up being non-existent Florence Pugh’s

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‘LIVING WITH CHUCKY’ Review: A Tender Killer Doll Family Reunion (Fantastic Fest 2022)

LIVING WITH CHUCKY explores the iconic Child’s Play franchise through a personal and social perspective The Chucky franchise has been

King on Screen Review Fantastic Fest 2022 The Nerdy Basement

‘KING ON SCREEN’ REVIEW: A Phantasmagoric Love Letter To The King (Fantastic Fest 2022)

KING ON SCREEN focuses on Stephen King’s Adapted Work for Cinema and TV! In the pantheon of living authors working

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‘Pinocchio’ Review: A Sturdy Remake with Rotten 2022 Hollywood Business Practices

Watch Pinocchio if you want to see a pretty serviceable remake, one that feels like it has a pulse, and

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‘Charcoal’ Review: A Farcical Art House Film (TIFF 2022)

Charcoal chronicles the life of this Brazilian family who, in their desperation, decide to kill their elder and replace him

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‘The Umbrella Men’ Review: A Colorful Goema-filled Heist Caper (TIFF 2022)

The Umbrella Men is not designed to be a big over-the-top American Blockbuster, and it’s not even constructed this way,

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‘FALL’ Review: A Visual Sleight-Of-Hand Vertigo Thrill Ride

In the same vein as movies about women with a specific set of skills surviving obscene circumstances in the past

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‘Prey’ Review: A Back-To-Basics Approach to a Well-Worn Franchise

Animals hunt animals, animals hunt humans, humans hunt animals, and The Predator hunts all. The Predator franchise has been a

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‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Review: An Uneven Rom-Com That Doesn’t Fully Stick Its Landing

“These hands were once used for battle. Now they’re but humble tools for peace. I need to figure out exactly

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‘Cha Cha Real Smooth’ Review: Its Abundant Charm and Magnetism Makes You Completely Forget About Its Embarrassing Title

Apple TV+ houses a refreshingly honest and idiosyncratic romance from writer, director, and star Cooper Raiff. Going into this Rom-Com,

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‘Brian and Charles’ Review: A Heartwarming Pinocchio Reinterpretation 

A gentle British comedy film by director Jim Archer and writer-performer David Earl and Chris Hayward about a simply isolated

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‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Episode 5 (Spoiler Review)

Obi-Wan Kenobi delivers a solid penultimate episode with a major revelation…spoilers ahead! Wow. So, we got flashbacks, some Reva vs

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‘The Boys’ Season 3, EP5 (Spoiler Review) – The Soldier (Boy) is Back in Town!

Now that The Boys set him free from his Russian cell, Soldier Boy returns home to a very different place

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Ms. Marvel Episode 2 – Crush (Spoiler Review)

Ms. Marvel has delivered a super strong start to the series which is something many of the MCU/Disney+ shows have

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‘LIGHTYEAR’ Review: A Light and Kid-Friendly Deep-Space Existentialist Film

First introduced to the world in 1995’s Toy Story, Lightyear tackles the narrative behind the famous Buzz Lightyear action figure

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’18 1/2′ Review: A Historical Farce With An ASMR Rich Third Act

Dan Mirvish’s latest film, 18 1/2, constructs the narrative amid Watergate as a White House transcriber and seemingly obtains the

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Norm Macdonald’s ‘Nothing Special’ is Nothing Less Than Tremendously Special

A farewell that’s hilarious as it is deeply moving and transparent. An earnest look intoNorm Macdonald’s last days through absurdity

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‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ Part 4 (Spoiler Review)

With Leia being held captive by Reva and Obi-Wan struggling to properly heal due to the now shared trauma of

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‘The Boys’ Season 3, Episode 4 – Glorious Five Year Plan (Spoiler Recap/Review)

Can The Boys find the weapon that killed Soldier Boy? Last week’s episode of ‘The Boys’ left off with Homelander

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‘Ms. Marvel’ Episode 1 – Generation Why (Spoiler Review)

Kamala Khan has finally made her live-action debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, being portrayed by newcomer Iman Vellani, Marvel

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‘The Boys’ Season 3 Episodes 1-3 (Spoiler Review)

The Boys Season 3, Episode 1- Payback We see our favorite characters of The Boys living life after the events

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Obi-Wan Kenobi Part 3 Spoiler Recap and Review

Vader, Vader, Vader. Now I can see why he’s feared the galaxy over. If I saw a 6’2″ cyborg dressed

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Obi-Wan Kenobi Part 1 & Part 2 Spoiler Review

10 years have passed since the formation of The Empire and the galaxy is in shambles. With all of the

Batman Unburied Review The Nerdy Basement

Batman Unburied – A Psychological Thriller Podcast (review)

Become immersed in the spectral sounds of Gotham in Batman Unburied Batman Unburied is a scripted serial podcast by Warner

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‘We Need To Talk’ Review: A Contemporary Rom-com That Needs To Be Talked About

Scott is a narcissistic, popular gamer, who communicates with millions of his followers and online friends but not with many

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‘Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers’ Review: A Nostalgia, Easter-Egg, Cameo Filled Extravaganza With Something To Say

Chip ‘N Dale: Rescue Rangers has their cake and eats it too by bringing a gazillion Easter eggs and references

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‘A Couple of Cuckoos’ Episode 1 – You’re Going To Be My Boyfriend (Spoiler Recap/Review)

A Couple of Cuckoos starts strong with a new twist on romantic comedy anime Being switched at birth is not

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‘Love After World Domination’ Episode 5 – Just The Way You Are (Spoiler Recap/Review)

Love After World Domination continues its wholesome streak while telling us to look within and value our self-worth Now that

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‘HOMEBOUND’ Review: Should’ve Stayed Home To Begin With

HOMEBOUND is an underwhelming, seemingly rushed, overextended short film In ‘HOMEBOUND’ Holly (Aisling Loftus) and her new husband (Tom Goodwin-Hill)

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‘The Essex Serpent’ Review: Paralyzed By Possibility

What Started with Such Potential, The Essex Serpent Ends Up Paralyzed by Possibility  ‘The Essex Serpent’ is the newest addition

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‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ Spoiler Review

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is a magical sequel with the darkest tones in the MCU yet ‘Doctor

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‘Moon Knight’ Episode 6 – Gods and Monsters (Spoiler Recap/Review)

It’s all laid bare, can Layla free Khonshu and restore Marc with the powers of Moon Knight? In last week’s

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‘Halo’ Episode 6 – Solace (Spoiler Review)

*Warning: Major Spoilers Ahead For Halo Episode 6* Halo has finally found its footing and the latest episode in the

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‘In A New York Minute’ Review: A Compelling Yet Slightly Melodramatic Journey Of Three Chinese-American Women in NYC

In A New York Minute observes the odyssey of three Chinese-American women as they navigate the complexities of love and

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‘Love After World Domination’ Episode 4 – Could You Please Tell Me Why? (Spoiler Recap/Review)

Fudo and Desumi’s big secret is no more, how do the couple fare now that the cat’s out of the

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‘POMPO THE CINEPHILE’ Review: A Love Letter To The Art of Storytelling and Filmmaking

‘Pompo The Cinephile’ is nothing short of fulfilling and relatability We’ve all wanted to be creative in some way, shape,

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‘Bubble’ Anime Film Review: This Bubble Has Been Busted

If there’s anything working in favor of ‘Bubble’ that will get you to watch it is the film’s beautiful animation

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The Punisher #2: The King of Killers (Marvel Comics Review)

How did The Punisher become the Hand’s newest leader?! Who is after him?! What is the endgame for the long-lasting

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‘Moon Knight’ Episode 5 – Asylum (Spoiler Recap/Review)

Can Steven and Marc balance their scales in time? Or will they be dragged into the Duad for all eternity?

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‘STANLEYVILLE’ Review: A “Habanero-Orange Sports Utility Vehicle” and the Absurdity To Get It

While the cast does an amazing job of anchoring this somewhat meandering at times absurdist comedy, ‘Stanleyville’ feels incomplete in

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‘You Are Not My Mother’ Review: Frightening and Poignant, Kate Dolan’s Feature is Quite the Debut

Though unfocused in some areas, ‘You Are Not My Mother’ carries itself as a compelling indie horror all the way

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‘Love After World Domination’ Episode 3 – At Last, The Amusement Park (Spoiler Recap/Review)

Fudo and Desumi have gone two whole weeks without seeing each other, can Fudo make the ultimate move and successfully