‘Tales From Development Hell’ Book Review

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Author: David Hughes (Note to our Australian readers – not THAT Dave Hughes!) Publisher: Titan Books ‘Development Hell’ is a term used in film circles to describe a movie that has gotten bogged… Continue reading

‘Drive’ Blu-Ray Review

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Director: Nicolas Winding Refn Cast: Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan, Byran Cranston, Albert Brooks, Christina Hendricks, Ron Pearlman Plot: Not much like The Fast and the Furious at all. Review: Having put the low… Continue reading

Comic Review: Peter Panzerfaust #1

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Story: Kurtis J. Wiebe Art: Tyler Jenkins Fairy tale reimaginings are a dime a dozen nowadays. Over the last year or so, we have seen film-reimaginings of Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, and Little… Continue reading

Harry Potter in Review: The Half-Blood Prince

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Director: David Yates Cast: Jim Broadbent is the latest addition to the usual suspects. Plot: Whilst the Dark Lord Voldemort builds his forces against the Ministry of Magic, Harry and friends have their… Continue reading

Review: Goon

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Director: Michael Dowse Starring: Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel, Alison Pill, and Liev Schreiber Plot: Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott) is a simple minded bouncer. During a local hockey game, he catches the… Continue reading

Severed Comic Book Review

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We all know comics scribe, Scott Snyder is currently dominating the entire medium with his run on DC Comics’ Batman, a great character that he is leaving his distinct imprint on. But lest we… Continue reading

[The Super Five] 5 Serial Killer Films That Genuinely Frighten and Disturb Me

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Welcome back to this weekly feature 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 subject and… Continue reading

‘Cop Out’ Review

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Director: Kevin Smith Cast: Bruce Willis, Tracey Morgan Plot: There are two cops…and that’s about it. Review: Sometimes you watch a movie that’s got a bad rep because it may be a misunderstood… Continue reading

The Monster Show Book Review

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There is a notion that the collective fears of a society finds its way into their popular entertainment, it is this idea that famed film historian, David J. Skal explores in his book, The… Continue reading

Why A Nightmare on Elm Street is the Perfect Horror Movie

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Released in 1984, Wes Craven‘s A Nightmare on Elm Street was hardly the first slasher movie, but it was certainly in a league of its own. Instead of another giant silent stalker, ANOES… Continue reading