It’s Nostalgia November!!!
Mike gets nostalgic with the game that turned him into a Sega Genesis fan: X-Men.
Steve gives us his nostalgic look at his first video game system: the Nintendo Entertainment System
Sylvester Stallone has made some great films and some giant piles of crap. Mike reviews how he was able to rebuild his career...by going back to where it started.
Andy Bartsch gets nostalgic about four green amphibians who practice martial arts, eat nothing but pizza, and are named after Italian Renaissance artists.
You knew it was coming...more Star Wars content!
Still feeling a little nostalgic? Andy Bartsch counts down his Top 10 Nostalgic Toys!
Vik gets nostalgic about his love of Eddie Murphy
Arnold Schwarzenegger was the king of action movies, reigning over his kingdom for nearly 15 years. Mike takes a look at the glory years and his favorite Arnie movies.
Do you have a nostalgic sweet tooth? Andy Bartsch has just the list for you!
Saturday Night Live rocked in the 80's and 90's. Here are Mike's favorite sketches and performers from that era.
Last week was "Back to the Future Day," and our buddy Andy Bartsch did a tribute to one of the greatest film franchises in recent history. Be prepared, this is heavy.
The X-Men have been fighting for mutant-human equality since the '60's but it was the '90's that really took them over the edge. Frank Landau takes a look at their renaissance.
1989 was easily one of the biggest years in movies of all time. Mike looks back fondly on that year and how it shaped Hollywood for years to come.
As Nostalgia November rolls on, Steve Monnich joins the Midnight Society in visiting some of the old spook-tacular tales from Nickelodeon's Are You Afraid of the Dark.
Steve takes you back to one of the most influential cartoons of all time. And when you are done with this article check back for more articles. Same Bat-Time. Same Bat-Website!
HOOK! HOOK! HOOK! HOOK! HOOK! Mike goes back to the early 90's and brings back this classic.
Nostalgia November starts off with a hidden gem of an 80's show: Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future! Mike gives you his fond look back on the show.
The Geek Sheets
The Geek Sheets for the 4th week of October: Wonder Woman 84 pushed back, Luke Cage gets canned, and George Lucas on set of “The Mandalorian” with Jon Favreau.
The Geek Sheets for the third week of October: Iron Fist gets the boot, Superman’s black suit, and Spider-man’s new outfit is really cute! (Sorry, I started rhyming and couldn’t stop)
The Geek Sheets for the 2nd week of October featuring Venom, Daredevil and Aquaman news
Dark Phoenix trailer, R.I.P. Gary Kurtz and some post-credit surprises for Venom
Geek Sheets for the 4th week of September!
Harry Mudd, Joaquin’s Joker, and Everybody Loves Korg
This week's geek sheets: MARVEL, MARVEL, MARVEL!!!!
This week’s Geek Sheets! The FBI stops the Wicked Witch, Quentin Tarantino talks Star Trek and Domenhal Gleeson fears for his life when it comes to spoilers.
Here is the geeky/nerdy news for this week!
This week’s geeky news! Featuring Tom Cruise, The Watchmen, and Iron Fist.
James Rambo weighs in on the favorite horror movie discussion with his top 10! Give it a read!
Mike gives his thoughts (minor spoilers only) for Iron Fist Season 2. Give it a read!
Mike goes into his thoughts about the 1st season of Jessica Jones.
Mike gives a spoiler-free review of Castle Rock on Hulu.
Mike reviews Black Mirror’s season 4 premiere “U.S.S. Callister.”
Need something bloody, gory, and hilarious? Check out Mike’s review of Ash vs The Evil Dead review.
Mike reviews Luke Cage Season 2 for his “What to Watch” series.
Mike goes into his theories about who he thinks Rey is.
What to Watch: Letterkenny. Never heard of it? Give the article a read and see why you should check out this Canadian gem. PITTER PATTER!
Part 3 of the Last Jedi Analysis series: Mike defends the issues many had with The Last Jedi.