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Movie Review: ‘Boyhood’

Directed by: Richard Linklater Starring: Ethan Hawke, Patricia Arquette, and Ellar Coltrane Plot: A chronicle of one boy’s life from ages 6 to 18. Review: Filmed over the course of 12 years, thus allowing the actors to age as their characters do, Richard Linklater covers familiar ground waxing poetic about life, love, and the biggest mysteries with his … Continue reading

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Exclusive Interview: ‘These Final Hours’ Director Zak Hilditch

If you’re a follower of House of Geekery or any of our Facebook page you’d have noticed us raving and gibbering about an indie end-of-the-world flick called These Final Hours. We loved it and strongly encourage people to check it out when it opens this week. We were lucky to grab writer and director Zak Hilditch … Continue reading

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Movie Review: ‘Lucy’

Director: Luc Besson Cast: Scarlet Johansson, Morgan Freeman, Amr Waked, Min-Sik Choi Plot: American tourist Lucy gets convinced to drop of a delivery for some shady characters. The delivery turns out to be a new super drug. The gangsters hide one of the four bags of drugs in her stomach. When the bag breaks open and … Continue reading


The Pull List: 7/30/2014

Must read comics debuting on 7/30   Baltimore: The Witch of Harju #1 Baltimore is one of the coolest characters you might not have ever heard of. Springing from the mind of Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, Baltimore is a battle-scarred ex-Navy man who spends his remaining days hunting monsters. On this particular adventure, he gives … Continue reading

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Cheap Game Tuesday: ‘Red Dead Redemption’

I’m beginning to feel like the last kid on the block to move up to the new generation of consoles. My social media feeds are flooded with screen shots of Destiny on PS4 and not a week goes by that someone doesn’t announce their new XBOXOne or what-have-you. So this week we’re taking a look at … Continue reading


Movie Review: ‘These Final Hours’

Director: Zak Hilditch Starring: Nathan Phillips, Angourie Rice, Jessica DeGouw, Daniel Henshall, Sarah Snook, David Field Plot: A catastrophic event has struck Earth and the surface of the world is being slowly obliterated. Perth, Australia, is one of the last cities in the path of destruction and everyone knows they have 12 hours left to … Continue reading

Is ’50 Shades of Grey’ More Than a ‘Twilight’ Rip-Off?

This may come as no surprise to you savvy internet types, but Twilight is directly responsible for the printed bile that is 50 Shades of Grey. But when this is brought up with the 50 Shades target demographic they may remain sceptical. I’ve had personal experience with this, mentioning it in the office to some avid fans only to be informed … Continue reading


Game Preview: Destiny Beta Hands On – Part Two

By Hedge The first part of the Destiny Beta was a superb, exquisitely fun affair that I could not stop playing. I hooked around twenty hours over the four days prior to the shutdown and was still so hooked I had minor withdrawals on that first day the game was unavailable. Thankfully I had work … Continue reading

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Werewolf Movies to See Before You Die

One of the most iconic monsters in film history is, the werewolf. Tales of people who could transform into wolf-like creatures have circulated the world over for centuries, but victims of lycanthropy have found new popularity thanks to the art of cinema. Beginning with the classic Universal Monsters franchise and continuing to the present day, … Continue reading


12 Franchises We Want Telltale to Make into a Game

Telltale are the gold star recipients in the modern point and click adventure genre. A genre that produced blockbuster titles in the 90s and now only fills a small niche, Telltale kept the Monkey Island and Sam and Max flame alive. Their games based on Jurassic Park and Back to the Future were plenty of fun, but it was The Walking Dead that … Continue reading