Author: Kimberly Pierce

LUCIFER Recap: (S03E03) Mr. and Mrs. Mazikeen Smith

As “Mr. and Mrs. Mazikeen Smith” opens, we once again find ourselves inside Lux. A gleeful Lucifer (Tom Ellis) sits at a table. He swallows a drink as a seductive woman leans over him. Meanwhile, Linda (Rachael Harris) and Maze (Lesley-Ann Brandt) huddle nearby. The two women talk as they throw back drinks. How has Mazikeen kept going so long? Doesn’t the constant drinking, violence and sex get exhausting? No rest for the wicked apparently. In fact, it seems Maze is actually getting bored. She should hunt the most challenging human being she can… Related: Check out our previous...

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BIZARRE STATES: LOS ANGELES Hunts Ghosts in Exclusive Clip

With Halloween right around the corner there’s a chill in the air, horror movies air on television and there’s always an awesome ghost hunting show to binge watch. Most Haunted, Ghost Hunters… heck, even The Lowe Files. These shows are like candy.  Having a penchant for the paranormal, ghost stories and historic locations, I was excited to discover the team over at Nerdist jumped on paranormal bandwagon. Bizarre States started life on the Nerdist Podcast Network hosted by podcaster, writer and all-around new media titan Jessica Chobot (Nerdist News) and director Andrew Bowser. This Halloween, the Bizarre States team are...

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THE ORVILLE Recap: (S01E06) Krill

The Orville episode “Krill” opens in the cantina. The team sit around a table, gossiping about Alara’s (Halston Sage)… relationship status. Apparently men don’t like dating women who can bench press 10 times their weight… except Issac (Mark Jackson) that is. The robot states he’d happy to attempt sexual relations with Alara. However, the tone of the scene shifts quickly as all senior officers are paged to the bridge. As the crew quickly take their seats, all eyes shift to the front window. Out in space, a Krill ship fires on a harmless colony. The Orville must do something....

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LUCIFER Recap: (S03E02) The One with the Baby Carrot

Lucifer’s next episode, “The One with the Baby Carrot” opens inside the penthouse. Lucifer (Tom Ellis) backs through the door trapped in a passionate lip lock with a woman. As they enter the bedroom, shedding clothes as they go, his wings suddenly snap open. He smirks, “Sorry, I don’t usually suffer from premature… unfurling”. Frustrated with his ever tenacious wings, Lucifer stops. However, his companion is still surprisingly aroused. It seems she’s into cosplay. Despite her interest, he sends her away as he leaves to… “man-scape” his wings once again.  Later, Lucifer sits in front of Linda (Rachael Harris)...

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Movie Review – BLADE RUNNER 2049

*WARNING: Spoilers below. Read ahead with caution*  It is a common topic of conversation that remakes and sequels are all the rage right now. In the last few years, sequels of films with a questionable need for remaking are being green-lit at studios around Hollywood. We’re talking sequels of movies older than two or three years: Mary Poppins Returns, Ocean’s Eight, along with this week’s big release, Blade Runner 2049 spring to mind as examples. Blade Runner 2049 is a direct sequel to the cult classic, 1982 science-fiction and neo-noir film, Blade Runner.  Blade Runner 2049 follows replicant (and “Blade Runner”)...

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Classic Film Through a Feminist Lens: CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON

October is officially here, and Halloween is upon us. Here at Geek Girl Authority, it seemed like a perfect time to bring back our Classic Film Through a Feminist Lens feature. Horror is a genre which inspires discussions of gender and sexuality. Sometimes it can be progressive, other times it seems to target women; however, the conversations are always interesting. The Creature from the Black Lagoon is a later entry in Universal’s classic horror series. The film starred actors Richard Carlson, Richard Denning and Julia Adams as a group of scientists who travel deep into the furthest reaches of...

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Album Review- Seth MacFarlane’s IN FULL SWING

Seth MacFarlane entered public consciousness through his work on Fox’s popular, long-running comedy Family Guy. Not only is MacFarlane billed as the creator and one of the head writers on the show, he also features as a prominent voice actor. After Family Guy‘s rescue from cancellation in 2006, MacFarlane’s stock grew at the network. Before long, he established himself as Fox’s own “Boy Wonder”. At one point, three out of four show on Fox’s animated Sunday night line-up billed MacFarlane as creator. However, many don’t know that while he’s often sang on his shows, Seth MacFarlane is also an accomplished...

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THE ORVILLE Recap: (S01E05) Pria

The Orville episode “Pria” opens on the bridge. The crew watches an episode of Seinfeld projected on the window. While the humans are having a heck of a good time, the non-humans don’t get it. As the crew attempts to explain the concept of humor to Isaac (Mark Jackson), an alarm sounds, interrupting the moment.  It seems a crashed vessel is nearby. To make matters worse, the ship is trapped on the surface of a comet. Furthermore, the rock is locked in a kamikaze death spiral towards the surface of a nearby sun. Luckily, the Orville is able to...

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LUCIFER Season Premiere Recap: (S03E01) They’re Back, Aren’t They?

Lucifer’s season three premiere, “They’re Back, Aren’t They?” opens on an empty desert road. An armored car speeds down the street. Inside, the driver looks around panicked. Suddenly, he comes to a jarring stop. A shirtless Lucifer (Tom Ellis) stands in the middle of the road, his wings extended fully. As Lucifer tries to get into the car, he gives a pained grunt. He quickly remembers… wings… they’re back. Lucifer folds his wings back into his body. He needs two things… to get back to LA, and to get some aloe vera.  It turns out, the driver isn’t a...

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Movie Review- BATTLE OF THE SEXES

Starting this week, Hollywood officially calls an end to the summer movie season. Over the next few weekends, a number of films with a legitimate chance during award season will debut in movie theaters around the country. The first of these is Battle of the Sexes.  The film follows the lead-up to 1973s “Battle of the Sexes”. The televised tennis match pitted female champion Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) against former champion Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell). The movie initially crafts parallel narratives following as King leads a group of female tennis players who split from the US Lawn Tennis Association...

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