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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

Ms. Marvel Episode 2 - Crush Review The Nerdy Basement

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

Lightyear Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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

18 1/2 Review The Nerdy Basement

’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

Norm Macdonald: Nothing Special Netflix Review The Nerdy Basement

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

Obi-Wan Part 4 Review The Nerdy Basement

‘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