Category Archive: Channel Geek

Gone but Not Forgotten: Party Down

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Number of Seasons: 2 “Party Down” was a short lived half hour comedy from the Starz Network. It sprung from the mind of Rob Thomas (not Matchbox 20 Rob Thomas, “Veronica Mars” Rob… Continue reading

Gone but Not Forgotten: Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes

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“You think you’re the only superhero in the world? Mr. Stark, you’ve become part of a bigger universe. You just don’t know it yet.” It’s probably too early to call these the immortal… Continue reading

Top 10 Cameos on ‘Entourage’

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This week we saw the eighth and final season of Entourage arrive on DVD and Blu-Ray. Entourage was a great series. Dramatic, funny and clever. Every season box set we bought and rewatched.… Continue reading

Retro ‘Doctor Who’ Review – Volume 2.1

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Hi ho regular readers – since we’re entering the era of the second Doctor we’ve revised the numbering system for this series so it’s easier if you’re scouring the archives looking for a… Continue reading

Gone but Not Forgotten TV: Freaks and Geeks

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Freaks and Geeks sprung from the mind of Paul Feig, who is now directing episodes of The Office (US version) and select episodes of Parks and Recreation and Mad Men. The show is… Continue reading

Top 10 ‘Doctor Who’ Episodes – 1st Doctor Edition

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Over the past couple of months we’ve been posting reviews of the original Doctor Who adventures, and now we present a quick Top 10 of the 1st Doctor episodes to cap it all… Continue reading

Hedgeworth Presents: Kickass Women of the Screen

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It’s long been said in the studio executive offices of the world that a female protagonist simply can’t carry an action oriented production. Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Statham, Brad Pitt,… Continue reading

Retro Doctor Who Reviews – Part 1.5

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Time for the fifth – and final – collection of reviews of the William Hartnell episodes of Doctor Who. At this point we start to see larger gaps in the series as we… Continue reading

Gone but Not Forgotten TV Shows: Reaper

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Meet Sam Oliver! Played by Bret Harrison, he is a 20-something underachiever. He never went to college. He is stuck in a dead end job in a big box store. His friends are… Continue reading

Always Sunny in Philadelphia ‘Concepts’ – The Top 5

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I think the funniest thing about Always Sunny in Philadelphia (best current comedy show, for those not in the know) is what I call their ‘concepts’. Any time any character either comes up with a… Continue reading