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[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

The 5 Directors Who Used to be Interesting

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Some petty bitchiness from G-FUNK Over the past two and half months I’ve been running a series about the Top 10 Most Interesting Directors of the Now – the directors who are defining… Continue reading

Comic Review: Superior

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After the success that the film  adaptations of, Kick-Ass and Wanted achieved, it is completely understandable that comic writer Mark Millar would want to tell a story which looked at the cinematic nature… Continue reading

Derpy Hooves vs The People

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He’s a tale of internet and media drama that is currently unfolding. It involves rampant fandom, over-zealous parents, social networking, censorship and ponies. Just to get things established, the ponies in question are… Continue reading