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Ted Lasso Season 2 Finale Review The Nerdy Basement
  

“Ted Lasso” Season 2 Finale Closes Out Another Phenomenal Season of Everybody’s Favorite TV Show

The Emmy-winning series digs deeper beyond inspiring optimism and finds matured storytelling with well-rounded character arcs. Sophomore slump? The Ted

Cannon Arm and the Arcade Quest Review Fantastic Fest 2021 The Nerdy Basement
  

“Cannon Arm and the Arcade Quest” Review: A Fun and Unique Video Game Documentary

Cannon Arm and the Arcade Quest is a Danish Documentary that follows the story of a local arcade Legend Kim

Knocking Review Fantastic Fest 2021 The Nerdy Basement

“KNOCKING” REVIEW: A Tight-Knit Story That Is Equally Gripping and Intense

With a runtime of under 80 minutes and a tightly knit story. “KNOCKING” delivers on so many levels and in

The Many Saints of Newark Review The Nerdy Basemnet

“The Many Saints of Newark” Review: A Mixed Bag of Ideas That Can’t Come Together In The End

“The Many Saints of Newark” feels too disconnected from its predecessor to stand on its own but has enough material

Titane Review Fantastic Fest 2021 The Nerdy Basement

“TITANE” REVIEW: Brilliantly Original and Unapologetically Provocative

Director Julia Ducournau is a singular and extraordinary voice in modern cinema. Awards mean nothing but TITANE is 2021’s Palme

Mad God Review Fantastic Fest 2021 The Nerdy Basement

“MAD GOD” Review: Take A Wild Trip Into The Mind Of Phil Tippett, Celebrating Stop-Motion In All Its Glory

“Mad God” takes us on a wild trip into the master mind of Phil Tippett, the film celebrates stop-motion in

There's Someone Inside Your House Review The Nerdy Basement

“There’s Someone Inside Your House” Review: A Solid Slasher Film with Updated Characters and Interesting Plot Concepts

Netflix premiered the slasher film “There’s Someone Inside Your House” at this year’s Fantastic Fest. Patrick Brice (known for “Creep”)

My Little Pony: A New Generation Review The Nerdy Basement

My Little Pony: A New Generation Review

Saddle up everypony because there’s a new face of friendship in Equestria. Unsurprisingly, I am a fan of the My