Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga Review

"Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga" movie poster featuring a fierce central character surrounded by other post-apocalyptic figures in a desert setting, with the All Ages of Geek logo in the corner.

Mad Max: Fury Road reintroduced audiences to the world of the Wasteland thanks to the creative mind of George Miller. The director returns to the franchise with an origin story of one of his memorable characters from Fury Road with his next installment, Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga. Like his other Mad Max films, Miller goes for the simple […]

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes Review

The reboot trilogy of The Planet of the Apes has not only revitalized the franchise but also helped innovate filmmaking with its motion capture to create this world with performances from its lead actors as these simian beings. With the legacy that these films have built, the studio hopes to continue with its latest installment Kingdom of the […]

Rebel Moon – Part 2: The Scargiver Review

Zack Snyder completes his vision of his epic sci-fi story with part two of Rebel Moon. The first installment gave viewers more of the groundwork of this universe filled with cosmic worlds, robots, and a powerful regime ruling the entire galaxy under its thumb. Rebel Moon: A Child of Fire had very mixed feelings across the board as it felt […]

Spy X Family Code: White Review

Spy X Family has gained a huge following since its anime series debuted in 2022. With the conclusion of its second season, fans may have to wait a while for more adventures with the Forger family. To hold us over, the team behind the series has released the series’ first film Spy X Family Code: White. Written […]

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire Review

Both Godzilla and King Kong have been reaching some new heights of success since being part of the MonsterVerse in their films, but expanding the franchise has had its challenges. Blending epic fights with Titans and human drama has been difficult to balance on screen despite the spectacles that the movies have created. Godzilla vs […]

PAX East Returns As It Celebrates 20 Years

PAX East has brought gamers and enthusiasts from all over to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center to celebrate video games. The four-day event has celebrated the video game industry through demos, panels, performances, and tournaments. The huge space in South Boston has been home to PAX East since 2010, which was started by the […]

Dune: Part Two Review

A year after seeing the sci-fi epic Dune two years ago and blowing away expectations, director Denis Villeneuve finally gets his cinematic vision realized with Dune: Part Two, the second part of the director’s two-part adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel. There are high expectations for Villeneuve after the success of the first film, so the pressure […]

Lisa Frankenstein Review

Modern adaptations of classic horror stories are becoming the norm for Hollywood as filmmakers create a unique take on these literary characters that everyone knows or has heard of. The latest one is Lisa Frankenstein, a horror comedy that takes inspiration from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, a popular story that has been adapted on screen countless times. […]

Argylle Review

Spy movies have offered a great deal of escapism and thrills to keep audiences on the edge of their seats, something that Matthew Vaughn is trying his hands on with his latest film Argylle. The marketing for the movie has been quite interesting because there’s a lot of mystery in what the plot is and the […]

Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child Of Fire Review

Zack Snyder’s new film Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child of Fire was once a story meant for Star Wars but instead has become its own story with similar elements of the gargantuan franchise. Inspired by other sci-fi tropes with Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai, Snyder’s epic space opera blends the genre with his signature film-making style that […]