We here at TG2 Studios had the pleasure of attending the Apocalypse Later International Fantastic
Henry and Malcolm are best friends. They have been best friends since they first met
I love fairy tales. While only an amateur student of folklore, I do love a
We here at TG2 Studios had the pleasure of attending the opening night of the
I adored the original television show and was excited to see this new rendition, based
The Two Gay Geeks received this press release for our friends at EG PR about
Three friends, Ethan, Sam, and James, all from high school who have all drifted apart
The Two Gay Geeks received an interview request to interview Anderson Cowan from our friend
Musical biopics have become something of the rage lately, first with Bohemian Rhapsody followed very
I loved the trailer for Abominable. It looked funny, it had an all-star cast and
Some time has passed since Rune St. John had his encounter with Rurik the lich.
I have always been something of an Anglophile. I’m fascinated with all things British, including
We’re entering the latter half of the 21st Century and mankind has advanced quite a
The Goldfinch‘s Strength Relies on the Intangible The Goldfinch follows Theo Decker and his tragic
Meet Joel. He is by all appearances a successful businessman in Silicon Valley and is
I love the book. Stephen King’s IT is one of the most chilling and frightening books that
Tyler O’Conner is a young gay man who has carved out a respectable life being a
Before You Know It, co-written by Jen Tullock and Hana Peral Utt, and directed by
One of the highlights with CoKoCon this year is the Apocalypse Later Roadshow film festival put
When I watched the trailer for Brittany Runs a Marathon, I thought it looked like
Aquarela sounded deeply intriguing, described as a cinematic journey through the transformative beauty and raw
Super sleuths can be found anywhere, even in New York City. It is here that
Third in the series of “Fallen” movies, I went in expecting a complete action film.
I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from Peanut Butter Falcon. It stars Shia Labeouf
Ben’s “Gay” Book Breakdown | “Paranormal Shifter – M/M NAVY SEAL” where the paranormal, military, and relationships collide.
In another of my “guilty pleasure” book series, I’m now looking at the first
After watching the trailer, I really thought this would be an interesting film about some
I loved the trailers for “Good Boys”. The young leads looked interesting and the film
2000 years ago, Antony and Cleopatra, two of the most powerful people in the world,
Watching Avengers: Endgame at Home Avengers: Endgame is the conclusion of ten+ years of stories
I love scary stories. I grew up on ghost stories and campfire tales. What I
When I first saw the trailers for this film, I was intrigued. I am not
When I saw the trailer for the newest installation film under the umbrella of the
Ben’s “Gay” Breakdown | “I’m Fine” is a series that has cliché characters, but also with a point to make.
Nate is going through an emotional crisis. His boyfriend, Joey, has broken up with him,
As part of my movie watching for TGGeeks I’ve decided to take a look at
Ben’s “Gay” Book Breakdown | “Breaking Tradition” is a true guilty pleasure with a surprisingly strong message.
I’ll happily admit that I have my collection of books that I categorize as “guilty
When Stranger Things initially premiered on Netflix it was greeted with high praise for also serving
I like dark comedy and I like satire. The film, The Art of Self Defense
Ben’s “Gay” Book Breakdown | “Big Bad Wolf” series is a surprisingly sophisticated murder mystery, but not a guilty pleasure!
The Wolf At The Door Cooper Dayton comes from a family in law enforcement. He
Editor Note: Gini was traveling with her Mother-in-Law and has a new column for us
When Disney began making movies with their newer techniques, I wasn’t completely on board. I
Ben’s “Gay” Book Breakdown | “Boystown: Season One” is a saucy gay soap opera that redefines guilty pleasures.
I’ll happily admit that I have my collection of books that I categories as “guilty