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
The Two Gay Geeks 🏳️🌈 have a chat with Hal Astell, Vice Chair for CoKoCon
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,
The Two Gay Geeks 🏳️🌈 have a chat with good friend Miguel Rodriguez about Horrible
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
The Two Gay Geeks 🏳️🌈 have a real treat today. We chat with Mark Ellis,
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,
The Two Gay Geeks 🏳️🌈 chat with singer song writer, Donovan Holden. Donovan has a
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
The Two Gay Geeks chat with author Jonathan LaPoma, who writes novels and screenplays. We
The Two Gay Geeks were in Los Angeles for Ben’s birthday celebration as well as
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
The Two Gay Geeks chat with filmmakers, Sarah Jayne Portelli and Ivan Malekin of Nexus
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
Following the tragic events of the infamous Thanos snap (Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame), now
The Two Gay Geeks chat with photographer, Jan Dee Gordon, about her new photography book,
Editor: As part of the Two Gay Geeks’ July 4th celebration we bring you
We get a lot of stories of men doing adventurous and determined missions of courage.
The Two Gay Geeks chat with author, Zachry Wheeler about his next installment in the
In a small village in England lives Jack Malik, a songwriter and performer who just
Ben’s Breakdown | “Thursday Midnight” is a brilliant and shocking chapter regarding Vampires and Humanity.
In a post-apocalyptic future we see a world where Vampires truly do exist. They previously lived
The Two Gay Geeks chat with filmmaker Edd Blott and Actor Patrick D. Green about
Editor Note: Gini was traveling with her Mother-in-Law and has a new column for us
The Two Gay Geeks (Ben and Keith) are excited to celebrate Five years of TGGeeks.com
Before I, the writer, delve too deeply into the murk and mire of this review,
The Two Gay Geeks had a chat with Walt Wright who has written Brimstone’s Knight,
When we last saw Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Jesse, and all of the other toys (animated
Katherine Newbury is the first woman to host her own late night talk show. In
Ben’s Breakdown | “The Dead Don’t Die” is a zombie movie that will have you questioning your sanity.
Question: How does one make yet another movie that deals with the Zombie Apocalypse? Increase
The Two Gay Geeks had a chat with J. Scott Coatsworth of QueerSciFi.com, he is
It is 1893 and the City of Toronto (in Canada) is hosting the World’s Fair.