Tag Archive: geek

Captain America: Wielders of the Shield

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Ever since the creation of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby burst onto the scene, decked in a star-spangled costume and socking Hitler in the jaw he has been an icon of Marvel Comics.… Continue reading

Alien Movies That Came in Peace

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It has become a cinematic trope by this point where beings from beyond our world show up and immediately begin a quest of violent conquest. But there is the old saying we always… Continue reading

New York Crime Films of the 70s

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During the 1970’s New York gained a reputation for being infamous for being a crime infested hellscape. Filled with desolate subway stations, dark alleyways, and the cheap neon glow of seedy businesses the… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Highlander’

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Every so often a movie comes along that introduces audiences to something completely different and does so with an undeniable coolness becoming a cult favorite in the process. I am talking about movies… Continue reading

Comic Villains Who Went Good

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A while back I wrote about the various superheroes who turned evil. But today we are looking at the flip side to that. Sometimes an evildoer learns the error of their ways and… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Giant Gila Monster’

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If a massive reptile from the prehistoric era lived in the area around your hometown one would think somebody would notice after a while. Even if they do not see it, one would… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Surf Nazis Must Die’

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Before they were rebranded with stupid names like the “alt-right” Nazis were unequivocally scum in all forms of media. Any: comic, video game, or in this case movie which needed a villain any… Continue reading

Missing From Disney Plus

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Last year Disney entered the streaming game, like everyone else it seems, and immediately became one of its biggest players. Thanks to a vast array of content from the Walt Disney Company but… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover’

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Sometimes a movie’s reputation is built largely on how sparsely seen it is. The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, & Her Lover was given a proper release in 1989 and despite a wealth… Continue reading

Best Sci-fi/Fantasy Shows of the 90s

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For fans of genre television the 90’s were a boom time. The audience for shows about monsters and spaceships made their presence known and networks answered. Pioneering storytelling styles and the prevalence of… Continue reading