Category Archive: Comedy

Jun 27 2017

Nerd Dad and Captain Underpants

Guest Review by Blerd Words TRA-LA-LAAAA Frankly, I’d seen the Captain Underpants book on the shelf for years walking through the aisles at Target or Barnes and Nobles; but I ignored it. I love superheroes, but I couldn’t take it seriously enough to give it a second glance. Well I didn’t have much choice once the …

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Jun 27 2015

GSB Film Review: DOPE (2015)


  DOPE‬ is a film that Black Nerds have been waiting for since… ever! The idea of Urkel representing the complexity of being a nerd and black is a true misrepresentation of the brothers and sisters of geekdom. Especially if you add the element of being in a rough neighborhood.   The story launches into that …

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Dec 14 2014

GSB Film Review: TOP FIVE (2014)


  You would think a romantic comedy that deals with the pressures of fame, family, alcoholism and unpaid prostitutes would be too much to fit into a film and actually work. But writer / director Chris Rock packs it all together nicely in his new film – TOP FIVE. Andre Allen is an international star …

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Oct 20 2013

Scream-A-Day No.20 – THE FRIGHTENERS (1996)

Before there was the little kid in Six Sense that could see dead people, there was Michael J. Fox.  But his ghosts were a little bit more fun to be around.  That’s why I picked this Scream-A-Day for a Sunday Afternoon horror romp. After Frank Bannister has an accident that killed his wife, he can see ghosts. …

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Oct 03 2013

Scream-A-Day No.3 – TUCKER & DALE VS. EVIL

Horror spoofs, comedic takes on the horror genre are often bad.  But every now and then you get a funny and original take on the traditional scare. Such is the case with this twisted and turned around slasher – TUCKER & DALE VS. EVIL. Yes, we’ve seen the weird country hillbillies play the role of …

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Sep 18 2013

Funky Q' Review: THE BRASS TEAPOT (2012)

  A broke young white couple find a brass teapot that gives them money every time they hurt themselves.  Is there room for trouble in this scenario?  Totally. Juno Temple and Michael Angarano play a happily married couple in love.  But things would be better if they weren’t struggling, or an empty fridgerator.  While figuring out what their …

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Jun 21 2013


(This is my short review because I think many of you have seen it by now.) Seth Rogen fans will love this latest film written by him and Evan Goldberg.  Baruchel, Franco, Robinson, Hill and McBride all play themselves (or how we imagine they might be like). As the title simply states, This IS the …

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May 29 2013

"The Day I Hijacked the GSB Podcast" – by Big Baba Rob of The Black Geeks

Last night we had some technical difficulties on my podcast – Geek Soul Brother n’ the 5 Nerdy Venoms.  But instead of recording dead, yet deafening silence, our friend and guest – Big Baba Rob, host and compadre of podcasting from THE BLACK GEEKS, took up the waining torch that was the mic, and breathed …

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May 12 2013

Orlando Jones' TAINTED LOVE Has Everything, and the Sink!

Take Orlando Jones (Evolution, Chicago 8) and put him in the role of Black Barry, a lowly criminal trying to work his way up the criminal ladder.  Throw in his significant partner in crime, and in life – Jezebel (Deanna Russo), his baby-mama-to-be.  Now add the likes of Eric Roberts as ruthless mob boss Fred Lucas. …

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Feb 12 2013


  As I said on my Podcast, “Who didn’t like Monster’s Inc.? Because I want to talk to that person!”  Obviously there have been enough people who DID like the Pixar Film, and that’s why there had to be a sequel.  I mean prequel.  A pre-sequel.  Just check out the trailer for MONSTER’S UNIVERSITY: Billy …

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