IT – The Nerding Grounds Review

I saw IT over the weekend. It was an interesting experience having not seen the original since my childhood. I went in with little expectation, mainly looking forward to a few jump scares and audience reactions. What I got instead was a surprisingly enjoyable resurgence film. IT didn’t necessarily shy away from indulging in the…

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – The Nerding Grounds Review

Since the somewhat surprising success of Guardians of the Galaxy back in 2014, fans have been anxiously waiting for the rag tag team to return and uphold their glory. Overall, Volume 2 doesn’t disappoint, retaining the qualities that placed the first film into its own league inside the MCU. A few new characters are introduced, while old ones are given a deeper focus.

The Walking Dead Needs To Focus On Writing Instead Of Dicking Us Around

The Walking Dead is nothing if not suspenseful. Their focus on distressing reveals and vague cliffhangers has definitely given the show a strong following, and has also made for some really invested fans over the years. Personally, I’ve never been as invested in a TV show as much as I am with TWD. Regardless of my growing agitation with this season’s progression, I remain hitched to the bandwagon.

Logan – The Nerding Grounds Review

I went to see Logan last night with conflicting expectations for how the film would play out. Over the years, the Wolverine films haven’t done much to set the bar very high, so a large part of me has always been very critical each time a new entry emerges. Still, after seeing the trailers, I…

A Series Of Unfortunate Events: The Nerding Grounds Review

I’m almost through my second viewing of Netflix’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events and I would be lying if I said I didn’t want to watch it again. Disregarding the mediocre attempt to bring the series to the big screen in 2004, Lemony Snicket’s dark and sarcastic tale of the Baudelaire orphans has finally been…