Category Archive: Geek Rant

Star Wars Sequel Trilogy Retrospective

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In their quest to own all of media in 2012, Disney spent $4 billion to purchase Lucasfilm. They were not about to just sit around and merely continue what the studio had been… Continue reading

1990s: The ‘Dark Time’ of X-Men Comics

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For the past few years I’ve been reading through the X-Men comics. All of them. New Mutants, Excalibur, X-Factor…every title that existing in order of publication. This wasn’t planned. I’d read the comics… Continue reading

The 7 Most Shitty Disney Business Practises

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If you’ve been on this site anytime recently you’d know that we’re fans of the Disney company. We’re fans of their animation history, the scope they added to the MCU, the creative direction… Continue reading

The New Horror Movie Trend: Rich People

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There’s a commonly held theory favoured by horror fans and film academics alike. The horror genre provides a barometer to what fears are felt by the society that created it. It’s the reason… Continue reading

Aussies: Don't Blame Each Other for Not Social Distancing. Blame Scott Morrison

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Jump onto your social media for a moment. Facebook will yield the best results in this social experiment I’m sending you on. It’s very likely that you’ve just seen a bunch of people… Continue reading

I Watched a Horror Movie So Boring I Forgot I Watched It

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It was late in the afternoon that I remembered. It just popped into my head…I watched a horror movie last night. This is nothing out of the ordinary, and my mind was still… Continue reading

The Great Aussie Toilet Paper Crisis of 2020

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So here’s a thing happening in the land down-under that may not have penetrated the coronavirus Super Tuesday news wall in your country. Australia is on the verge of riots. Panic in the… Continue reading

The Worst Ending to Any Horror Movie. Ever.

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Quite the statement, but not one without qualification. It’s no secret that shoddy horror movies on Netflix is a guilty pleasure on mine. It’s makes for a good bit of background noise when… Continue reading

2019 Movie Year In Review!

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After a less than stellar 2018, cinema roared back in big way this past year. Whether it was the haunting black and white terror of Robert Eggers’ The Lighthouse, or the feel good… Continue reading

The Perfect Horror Movie for Australia Day

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The horror movie industry has a special fondness for holidays, as they’re a ready-made theme for your shash-a-thon. New Year’s Eve has New Year’s Evil and Terror Train. Christmas has Krampus, Silent Night… Continue reading