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'Avatar: The Last Airbender' Netflix Review - There's A Lot of Room For Improvement The Nerdy Basement

‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Netflix Review – There’s A Lot of Room For Improvement

When one thinks or mentions the cultural phenomenon that is Avatar: The Last Airbender, one thinks of fond memories full

Madame Web Review: Sony Pictures' Latest Meme Generator The Nerdy Basement

‘Madame Web’ Review – Sony Pictures’ Latest Meme Generator

If the ultimate goal of the Sony Universe of Spider-Man Characters is to create films that serve as nothing more

The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live Review The Nerdy Basement

‘The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live’ Review

It’s been a long time coming for fans of The Walking Dead, more specifically, fans of Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes

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‘Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix: Crushing Love’ Manga Review

Love and deception breed a complicated romance and a troubled future in this Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix boys’

'The Marvels' Review: Marvel's Female-Led Trio Soars To New Heights The Nerdy Basement

‘The Marvels’ Review: Marvel’s Female-Led Trio Soars To New Heights

It’s time to go higher, further, faster as Marvel Studios ‘The Marvels’ is now streaming on Disney Plus. If you

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‘Restore Point’ Review: Czech Sci-Fi Thriller is Injected With New Life

Life is fragile and you quite literally get to only live it once. Many of us wish we were immortal

Halo Season 2 Review: The Stakes Are High in The Fall Of Reach The Nerdy Basement

‘Halo’ Season 2 Review: Stakes Are High In The Fall Of Reach

It comes to the surprise of many that Halo Season 2 looks much better and feels much more like the

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‘The Seeding’ Review: A Dreadful, Disturbing Viewing Experience

We’re just about a month into 2024 and we had a few horror films release this month. Two major releases,

'T.I.M' Review: This Sci-Fi Thriller is a Technological Malfunction

‘T.I.M.’ Review: This Sci-Fi Thriller is a Technological Malfunction

Artificial intelligence has been one of the pinnacle points of storytelling in sci-fi films. Eerily enough, AI has been a

Double Down South Review The Nerdy Basement

‘Double Down South’ Review: Gambling with a Southern Charm

I’m a stranger when it comes to keno pool, let alone gambling. The folks inside Tom Schulman’s ‘Double Down South’?

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‘Stroking An Animal’ Review: Love and Friendships Are Tested in This Drama-Hollow Romance

Relationships. Whether platonic or romantic, relationships are a crucial part of the mental, physical, and emotional success of mankind. It

'The Night They Came Home' Review: Retelling of The Rufus Buck Gang Story Is Not A Complete Misfire

‘The Night They Came Home’ Review: Retelling of The Rufus Buck Gang Story Is Not A Complete Misfire

Growing up on the small Caribbean island known as Puerto Rico, watching Western films was one of the many ways

Echo Review The Nerdy Basement

‘ECHO’ Review: Marvel’s First ‘Spotlight’ Series Fails To Deliver

The MCU has been on a bit of a cold streak lately, right? We’ll leave that up to the masses

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‘Mayhem’ Review: Bloodsoaked Vengeance Executed To Near Perfection

There are often times when a film completely flies under my radar or lingers persistently in my radar that I

Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari Episode 7 Review The Nerdy Basement

Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari Episode 7 – Quickening (Review)

After Hyouma’s enlightening conversation with Haori in the last episode, the action is cranked up a notch this time. Now

Trigun Stampede Episode 7 - Wolfwood Review The Nerdy Basement

TRIGUN STAMPEDE Episode 7 – Wolfwood (Review)

As you could probably tell from the title, just like the previous episode this one is mainly centered on Wolfwood.

Mononogatari Episode 6 Review The Nerdy Basement

Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari Episode 6 – Botan (Review)

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, Mononogatari opens with a mock date between Haori and Hyouma. For a moment, it

Mononogatari Episode 5 Review The Nerdy Basement

Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari Episode 5 – Suspicions (Review)

Mononogatari really picks up some steam in this episode and reveals some fascinating new tidbits to viewers. Hyouma’s overly cautious

Trigun Stampede Episode 6 Review The Nerdy Basement

‘TRIGUN STAMPEDE’ Episode 6 – Once Upon a Time in Hopeland (Review)

It almost doesn’t feel like we’re on the sixth episode of Trigun Stampede. The first three episodes of this season

Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari' Episode 4 - Arrangement Review The Nerdy Basement

‘Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari’ Episode 4 – Arrangement (Review)

“Once, there was a girl saved by Tsukumogami… And a boy from whom they took everything. Does it not make

Malevolent Spirits Mononogatari Episode 3 Overflow Review

‘Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari’ Episode 3 – Overflow (Review)

Mononogatari returns with another impressive episode, giving viewers a peek at an entirely new side of Hyouma. He’s still trying

Malevolent Spirits Mononogatari Episode 2 Shoreline Review

Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari Episode 2 – Shoreline (Review)

After a great introductory episode, the 2nd installment of Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari certainly did not disappoint. Hyouma starts to make

Trigun Stampede Episode 5 Child of Blessing Review The Nerdy Basement

‘TRIGUN STAMPEDE’ Episode 5 – Child of Blessing (Review)

Trigun Stampede takes another dark turn in this episode with a very emotional tale about Vash and a young boy

Trigun Stampede Episode 4 Hungry Review The Nerdy Basement

‘TRIGUN STAMPEDE’ Episode 4 – HUNGRY (Review)

Trigun Stampede returns HUNGRY this episode, greeting us with an old friend, as well as a potentially harrowing new subplot.

The Flash Season 9, Episode 2 Hear No Evil Recap/Review The Nerdy Basement

‘The Flash’ Season 9, Episode 2 – Hear No Evil (Recap/Review)

The Flash is back again with another episode after a semi-massive cliffhanger ending in last week’s episode. Hear No Evil

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‘Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania’ Review – Time is Fleeting

Time is a concept that’s being explored as of late in a lot of the MCU and the larger collection

The Last of Us Episode 5 Endure And Survive Recap Review The Nerdy Basement

The Last of Us Episode 5 – Endure and Survive (Recap/Review)

The core theme of this week’s episode of The Last of Us is just as its title implies; enduring and

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‘The Flash’ Final Season, Episode 1 – Wednesday Ever After (Recap/Review)

The final season of The Flash is upon us. Barry Allen, Iris West, and the rest of Team Flash have

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The Bad Batch Season 2, Episode 6 – “Tribe” Review

The Bad Batch are bringing back hope to the universe with this episode! Welcome back to the Nerdy Basement…OH MAN,

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The Bad Batch Season 2, Episode 5 – “Entombed” Review

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

Trigun Stampede Episode 3 Review The Nerdy Basement

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

Trigun Stampede Episode 2 Review The Nerdy Basement

‘TRIGUN STAMPEDE’ Episode 2 – RUNNING MAN (REVIEW)

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

Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari Episode 1 Review The Nerdy Basement

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 Season 2, Episode 4 – “FASTER” Review

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

Saint Omer Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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

Trigun Stampede Noman's Land Review The Nerdy Basement

TRIGUN STAMPEDE – NOMAN’S LAND (REVIEW)

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

STAR WARS: THE BAD BATCH, Season 2 - The Nerdy Basement

THE BAD BATCH SEASON 2 PREMIERE

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

Avatar: The Way of Water Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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,

Weird: The Al Yankovic Story Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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:

Black Adam Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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

Living With Chucky Review Fantastic Fest 2022 The Nerdy Basement

‘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

Pinocchio 2022 Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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

Charcoal Review TIFF 2022 The Nerdy Basement

‘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,

Fall Film Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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

Prey Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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

Thor: Love and Thunder Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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

Cha Cha Real Smooth AppleTV+ Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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,

Brian and Charles Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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

Obi-Wan Kenobi Part 5 Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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

The Boys Season 3, Episode 5 Spoiler Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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