Tag Archive: geek

Retro Review: The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb

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One of the biggest controversies in the realm of archeology is the exploitation found by people from the West and taken to display in their homelands regardless of where the discoveries were made.… Continue reading

Retired Looney Tunes

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For decades the popularity of the Looney Tunes has remained a constant in pop culture. Bugs Bunny, Daffy, Elmer Fudd, Tweety, Yosemite Sam, Foghorn Leghorn and the rest have undoubtedly achieved iconic status.… Continue reading

Star Trek First Officer Guide

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If there is one thing that every Starfleet Captain who has sat in the famous chair can count on it is having their first officer or “Number One” by their side. They often… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Zero Hour!’

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Traumatized fighter pilot, Ted Stryker, makes the brash hop on a plane to pursue his romantic partner. While in the air those who ate the fish dinner, including the crew, fall ill forcing… Continue reading

TV Review: Are You Afraid of the Dark? Ghost Island

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I can confidently say that as a youngling there were three things in my life that made me the horror fan I am now as a grown-upling. The Universal Monsters film franchise, RL… Continue reading

Spotlight on Audrey Hepburn

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Originally born in Brussels a young Audrey Hepburn spent her youthful years around Europe after the Second World War drove her family out of their homeland. Over time the young Hepburn began to… Continue reading

The Corporatization of Entertainment

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When it comes to entertainment we are living in an era when bout 90% of mainstream media is seemingly owned by like three companies. Whether it is: film, theme parks, comics, or TV… Continue reading

‘Daredevil Born Again’ Wishlist

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One of the biggest announcements from San Diego Comic Con this year was something fans have been clamoring for for years, the return of Daredevil to our TV screens. Since the original Netflix… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Warriors’

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In 1979, director Walter Hill and producer Lawrence Gordon took an obscure novel and crafted it into a cult classic unlike any other. With a low budget and short production time, they took… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Klaatu’s Message

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Klaatu’s message The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) Directed by Robert Wise The Scene: The moment the entire film has been leading to has finally arrived. The alien visitor Klaatu’s (Michael Rennie)… Continue reading