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Chronicle – Review

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Chronicle turned out to be an unexpected gem, I would put this down to the marketing for the film. It was very unique, it didn’t reveal itself for what it truly was, but… Continue reading

Green Arrow TV Series Wishlist

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When The CW proposed a Green Arrow TV show, I didn’t really take them that seriously. Superhero projects get greenlit all the time and never make it to production. Lo and behold, The… Continue reading

Shame – Review

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I won’t lie, the appeal of Shame for me was really the fact that this was about sex addiction and the sex addict was Michael Fassbender. As a hot-blooded woman, yes I do… Continue reading

[The Super Five] 5 Stephen King Adaptations That Actually Aren’t Bad

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Welcome to a brand new weekly feature here at House Of Geekery called ‘The Super Five’. This is a different take on the ‘Top 10’ or ‘List’ style features, where I take a… Continue reading

Review: The Woman in Black

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Anybody who knows me knows I love a good gothic horror flick. The more shadows and fog shrouded landscapes and superstitious townspeople the better; and this movie has all that and more in… Continue reading

As Bad As You Thought?: Road House

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After suffering the past couple of weeks through the likes of; Batman & Robin and The Last Airbender, it is time to reward myself so to speak, so this week for As Bad… Continue reading

Val Lewton’s Films and Why I Love Them

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In the 1940’s while Universal was churning out cliché (but enjoyable) monster movies, a producer named Val Lewton did something a little different. He made horror films that relied on plot and good… Continue reading

Five Genre Series Worth A Look

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Do what Hedgehog tells you to. Because shut up, that’s why. The Genre Show. Never has a title so vague been applied to something so specific. 2011 was a really good year for… Continue reading

The Best Movies by the Top 10 Directors of the Now

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Over the course of the past two and a half months I have been writing a weekly feature examining the ten most interesting directors currently working. There were many potential candidates cut from… Continue reading

Retro Review: House on Haunted Hill

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DARKNITE agrees to spend the night… A movie screen as black as pitch staring right at the confused audience; then out of no where, a piercing scream and a ghoulish laugh and so… Continue reading