Tag Archive: geek

My Picks for DC Comics Publisher

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Recently the fandom community was rocked when Dan Didio, the publisher for the past 18 years at DC Comics was parted from the company. His co-publisher Jim Lee is still around, but is… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Invisible Man’

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In 1931, director James Whale unleashed Frankenstein upon the moviegoing public. The groundbreaking horror film went on to be the biggest hit of the year. Naturally the Laemle family who ran Universal Studios… Continue reading

Creepy Mysteries: Monroe Demon House

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On Monroe Street in the quiet town of Hartford City, Indiana is a house which on the outside does not look out of the ordinary. It is a Victorian home built in 1892… Continue reading

Dan Didio: Best & Worst of DC Comics

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I am sure every comic fan has now learned that after 18 years the Co-Publisher and former VP-Executive Editor of DC Comics, Dan Didio was released from his position. By all accounts this… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘House of Wax’

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If there was one genre which could famously take full advantage of the various 3D booms in movie history it is the horror genre. During the initial craze of three dimensional cinema in… Continue reading

Arrow: End of an Era

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By the time 2012 rolled around it was crystal clear that Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy had completely changed the way superhero movies were done. At the CW, executives wanted in on the… Continue reading

Spotlight On: Kirk Douglas

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Recently one of the all-time great leading men Kirk Douglas passed away at 103. After a stint in the navy during World War II, Kirk Douglas made his way to Hollywood looking for… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Sorcerer’

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During the 1970’s director William Friedkin made two of the most influential films of all time; the French Connection and the Exorcist. But there was one movie he made during this era which… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Phantom of the Paradise’

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Ever since Lon Chaney struck fear into the hearts of moviegoers in 1925, the Phantom of the Opera has been a favorite tale of filmmakers. The Gaston Leroux tale of has been seen… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Lost Weekend’

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Addiction is a force of nature which has the ability to destroy lives without mercy. When those struggling with addiction decide to attempt to shed it, it seems to grow even stronger. Billy… Continue reading