Category Archive: Geek Guide

The One Disney Remake That is Actually Outstanding

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Disney has a fair number of remakes of their classic works coming out these past few years. Given that the remake of The Lion King has become the highest grossing animated film in… Continue reading

Westerns of John Ford & John Wayne

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It is not uncommon for a director to completely gel with a lead actor who they frequently turn to for their projects. Martin Scorsese has Robert DeNiro, John Huston had Humphrey Bogart, Billy… Continue reading

Five Strange Tourist Attractions

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Summer is officially here and it is time for us to load up our cars and hit the road. While you may have a destination in mind you might also want to stop… Continue reading

Ms Marvel: A Geekery Guide

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In superhero comics, legacy is something that is massively important. The idea that a hero creates an identity so great that it continues on well after they hang up the boots. Sure we… Continue reading

The Haunting of Hill House: A Retrospective

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The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson Published in 1959, the book was a finalist for the National Book Award. The story follows a group of people who are staying at an… Continue reading

A Review of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ on Film

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If you’d like to check out my similar post for the Snow White fairytale, click here. La Belle et la Bête (1946) Watching this film feels like you’re inside a fairytale. It was… Continue reading

The Killers Behind ‘Mindhunter’

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In their growing catalogue of critically acclaimed shows Netflix has added the new series Mindhunter. Based off of the early years of John Douglas as he and his mentor Robert K. Ressler (or… Continue reading

The Geekery Guide: ‘Ready Player One’

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By now you’ve likely seen the trailer for upcoming Steven Spielberg film Ready Player One. In the event that you haven’t, voila! If you’re on this site it’s very likely that you’re at least… Continue reading

The 5 Movies You Didn’t See in 2016 (But Should Have)

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Every year we get some movies that should’ve been popular releases, but aren’t. Whether it be through poor marketing, poor timing or a combination of other reasons some movies just fail to find their… Continue reading

Best Replacement Heroes

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As a lover of comics I often wonder about those, new to medium, excited about diving right in only to be confused that Captain America is not Steve Rogers as in the movies… Continue reading