Totally biased reviews of television shows, movies, books, products, or anything else we might get our hands on. Tired of good movies getting bad reviews, while anything with Jim Carrey or Leonardo DiCaprio gets an absolutely glowing appraisal? We review things from a geek slant, an otaku slant, and yes, even a feminine slant. (Well, even hermies have a feminine side.)
Cybersix: Alternative Anime
Cybersix is pseudo-anime for those needing a fix. Find out more about this series by reading more.
Rivals in Only ONE Thing
This episode makes it absolutely clear that Nelvana intends to remove any and all evidence of crushing from this series. Read more...
In Search of a Book
Theorizing that one could write the same book twice in a decade, author Michael Crichton comes out with Timeline. Read more...
On Teen Slasher Flicks
As a geek, I demand certain things from my movies. I want good characterization, a good plot, and a climax that doesn't disappoint. Read more...
This episode goes horribly, horribly wrong. We knew it would. Once Amara and Michelle were made into cousins, the fate of this episode was sealed. Read more...
Some people stick to one online bookstore, but they're not making the most economic choice when they do so. Read more...
Trying to find a good way to track our site has been difficult. My first stop was Tripod. I figured since they were hosting the site, they'd be able to track it most efficiently and effectively. Read more...
Overall, I thought this episode was very, very good. They changed
On Search Engines
The progress made on submitting Flaming Geeks to search
Big Brother Isn't the
Only One Watching
So the premise of Big Brother is they stick 10 strangers in
Farscape - Home on the
The good, the bad, and the ugly of this episode. Read more...
Cardcaptors Episode 1 -
Tori! Tori! Tori!
Cardcaptors premiered on June 17th on the KidsWB. They started
This episode was entitled Driving Dangerously. Why? I have no
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