Trey Soto

Trey Soto holds a B.A. in Communication Studies from Biola University, emphasis in Interpersonal/Rhetorical Theory. He has been a Film Critic/Analysis for over a year at Geeks Under Grace and other websites such as Temple of Geek. In his spare time, he enjoys comic book literature, screenwriting, production assistant freelancing, photography, cosplay, and hosting his own film podcast T.V. Trey on Podbean and iTunes.

Boom, Bust, or Meh: October 2018

By Trey Soto / October 8, 2018 /

Welcome to the BBoM of September, ladies and gentlemen, where we focus on five films of the month and the predictions we have for them!  As with every BBoM article, each film receives one of the following scores: Boom: A film you’ll remember for the rest of the year. Bust: A film you’ll regret watching.…

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Boom, Bust, or Meh: September 2018

By Trey Soto / September 3, 2018 /

Welcome to the BBoM of September, ladies and gentlemen, where we focus on five films of the month and the predictions we have for them!  As with every BBoM article, each film receives one of the following scores: Boom: A film you’ll remember for the rest of the year. Bust: A film you’ll regret watching.…

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Boom, Bust, or Meh: August 2018

By Trey Soto / August 2, 2018 /

Welcome to the BBoM of August, where we focus on five films of the month and the predictions we have for them! For those who remember me previously writing BBoM last year, I’m back! If you don’t remember me….hello there. Juliana is currently on vacation, so, for the time being, I will be taking over BBoM!…

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Was the Sequel Incredible? Comparing & Contrasting Pixar’s Superhero Films

By Trey Soto / June 27, 2018 /

The Incredibles 2 (Our review here!) has done significantly well in the box office as expected, sitting at a 94% on Rotten Tomatoes and earning over $182 million on opening weekend. Longtime fans have waited for nearly fifteen years for this Pixar sequel, a sequel that is actually deserving (we’ll get to that later). The Incredibles (2004)…

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Review: Upgrade

By Trey Soto / June 11, 2018 /

Distributor: Blumhouse Productions Director: Leigh Whannell Writer: Leigh Whannell Starring: Logan Marshall-Green, Betty Gabriel, Harrison Gilbertson, Simon Maiden Rated: R Upgrade is a high-quality low budget film. This may seem like an oxymoron. While it does have flaws and is not necessarily perfect, it nonetheless stood its ground in cinematography, choreography, writing, and its plot…

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