Movie Review: Suicide Squad

Written By: Mike Agostinelli The idea of the Suicide Squad being made into a movie is almost too good to be true. Ten years ago this never would have happened, a movie as blatantly comic booky as this being made. After all, if not for this film, 95% of you reading this review wouldn’t even know of the existence of ...

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Album Review: Gizmo – Attack on Negatron

Sitting back, relaxing and just reminiscing on how rap was so diverse and unique back in the day, I had the privilege of listening to hip/hop when it was still meaningful and had the kind of impact that made you want to support an artist and show undying love to the art form. It has become apparent that these days, ...

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PlayStation Vue Review

Disclaimer: When doing this review, we used an Amazon Fire Stick. The Internet connection was 30 mb per second. No other device or connection speed was used. Let’s face it: Cable has become way too expensive. No one wants to pay the high cost on top of Internet price. Enter an alternative that everyone should check out: PlayStation Vue. Let’s ...

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Album Review: Venomous2000 – Will To Power

Here at Geek-E we always have artist who are interested in having us review their music, which we consider an honor that they would want us to even give it a listen. Enter we have Venomous2000 The Ultra Emcee and his album “Will To Power.” I know as soon as I downloaded the album and heard the first track, I was ...

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NEW MUSIC: Mega Ran – The East Coast

Sometimes there is a track that no matter if its nerdy or not, it has to be posted. That’s the case with this track from Mega Ran called The East Coast. Premiered on hiphopdx.com, Mega Ran is hoping you will vote for this track so its seen and heard more. To vote for this track, click here. As always, let ...

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Album Review: Maverick Da Ronin – Side Missions

Maverick Da Roninn has truly earned his title with this album “Side Missions” and from the first track you get pulled in from the start. I love how it has an in your face feel to it. I remember a time when I used to hear rap of this caliber from mainstream artists. The art of hip hop was like ...

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