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Right now is prime summer-camp time. No doubt there is some kid not far from you who is currently attending some kind of summer camp, making it the perfect time to reflect on past summer camps — like the ones we’ve visited on the big screen.

There are classics that show us the traditional camp experiences, including MeatballsLittle DarlingsMeatballs IIThe Parent TrapMeatballs

Time flies when you’re geeking out. Two years ago, I kicked off my run as the author of “Geek Beat,” and this week you’re reading the 100th installment of my weekly soapbox on all things sci-fi, fantasy, superhero, and assorted cinematic geekery.

In honor of hitting that lofty triple-digit mark, I’ve put together a list of 100 must-see geeky movies.

Some… Continue reading Geek Beat Anniversary Edition: 100 Geeky Movies Everyone Should See

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Movie Trivia of the Day:

Think you know all about the Mission: Impossible franchise? Mr. Sunday Movies humorously lists 50 facts about these movies:

Trailer Remake of the Day:

Vulture has redone the trailer for the new Fantastic Four movie with footage from Roger Corman‘s cheap 1994 version:

Cosplay

Curious to know what movies are coming to Netflix Watch Instantly over the next few weeks? Get a head start and mark your calendars using the list below, just released to us by Netflix.

Note: Listed below are just the movies, not the television shows (except where noted).

Starting August 1st

Alvin and the

After a somewhat troubled production that led to the departure of director Edgar Wright, Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man has finally been released in theaters. Audience response seems to be generally positive, with the film becoming Marvel’s 12th straight number one opener. While Ant-Man as a whole embraces the tenets and surroundings of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it also represents a bit of a different approach in their films.

While… Continue reading Comics on Film: The 'Ant-Man' Legacy And What It Means for the Future of Marvel Movies