Brendan O’Shea

IMG_2992I’m from Philadelphia. I have always been into movies and music. I began working at a movie theatre at age 16, and continued that shit job for 13 years. Over the course of that waste of a career, I was forced to screen many great movies, and even more shitty movies. For a couple of years, our theatre hosted the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, so you know I’ve seen some flat out garbage.

My wife and I decided to create a blog after seeing critic after critic critiquing movies like a bunch of art snobs, more than likely pretending to like movies just to seem sophisticated. I guess when you don’t have a girlfriend, indie German films are the next best thing. Well, after beer, booze, work, mowing the yard, dentist visits, your mom, cheddar popcorn, and dogs.

Stephanie O’Shea

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Sup Nerds!

 My name is Stephanie and WELCOME to our blog for nerds/geeks, book lovers, movie lovers and all of the other awesome people in between.

  I was born and raised in Miami, Florida but I recently moved to northern Virginia in 2014. I have many interests that include watching more movies than I can count, reading and working on my photography. As far as I can remember I have always loved movies from any genre or era. When I was 17, my first job was working at a movie theatre. Sure, it was a shitty paying job BUT it had its perks. I got to watch movies for free, I got to keep authentic movie posters, AND I met the man of my dreams, my husband and co-blogger, Brendan.

  As the years went by, I found myself watching more movies, newly released and the classics. I also found myself debating these same films and learning trivia while discussing them with family and friends.

 Fast forward a few more years and my love for movies grow even more. Halloween costumes became more extravagant and cosplay became a thing for me, an AWESOME thing!

 So, to my fellow nerds, welcome and thank you for visiting. I can’t wait to post blogs on topics that you’re interested in, and I cant wait to hear your thoughts on them.

-Deuces,
Stephanie