Category Archive: Channel Geek

Retro ‘Doctor Who’ Reviews – Volume 1.3

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Continuing on from the last batch of reviews we’ve entered into the second season featuring the First Doctor. We’ve also taken a bit of a jump from the last story (The Sensorites) as… Continue reading

Gone But Not Forgotten TV: Arrested Development

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Arrested Development is a sitcom created in 2003 by writer Michael Hurwitz. It was one of the first of its kind, a sitcom that traded the multi-camera style for single-camera and left out… Continue reading

Gone But Not Forgotten TV: John From Cincinnati

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Gone But Not Forgotten is a new column at the House of Geekery where I will take a look back at TV shows that were cancelled way before their time. Number of seasons: 1… Continue reading

Retro ‘Doctor Who’ Review – Volume 1.2

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Since having gone back in time (in a manner of speaking) to review the first three ‘Doctor Who’ stories the decision has been made to push on through the rest of the series.… Continue reading

Gone But Not Forgotten TV: Terriers

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Gone But Not Forgotten is a new column at the House of Geekery where I will take a look back at TV shows that were cancelled way before their time. Number of Seasons:… Continue reading

Best of Geekery: Top 10 Potential Simpsons Spin-Offs

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This week came the news that the cast of ‘The Simpsons’ would need to take a massive pay cut in order to keep the show on air. They weren’t keen on this idea… Continue reading

Buffy Spin-Offs We Wanna See

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In 1997 Joss Whedon created a television series based on a failed movie, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the rest is well known television history. Over the next several years a myriad of books,… Continue reading

The 10 Goofiest ‘Doctor Who’ Monsters

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One of the best things about Doctor Who is the endlessly creative creatures he encounters. Imaginative and memorable, some of the most talked about are the ones that haunt the dark shadows of… Continue reading

The Men of Steel

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Just like Batman and Bond many actors throughout the decades have tried their hand at being the amazing man from Krypton, Superman. Each of them has brought something unique and defining to the… Continue reading

DVD Review: Veronica Mars – Season Two

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By Appa the Gypsy Following on from my recent DVD Review of Veronica Mars – Season One, I decided that I might as well put my super special awesome television marathoning skillz to… Continue reading