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Top 10 Greatest Martians

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 story Mars, the majestic red planet has fascinated humanity for countless millennia. More than a few storytellers have envisioned various races who call the planet named for the God of War home.  Marvin… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Baby Teeth’ by Zoje Stage

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I may be speaking as a childless adult, but children are strange and often do things that have no explanation. And in the novel Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage, those strange mannerisms young… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Boarding the Plane

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Boarding the plane Casablanca (1942) Dir. Michael Curtiz The Scene: At the climax to one of the greatest films ever made, we finally get to the point where Victor Lazlo will escape Casablanca… Continue reading

Top 10 Journalism Movies

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Members of the press have one of the most thankless, yet most important jobs in the world. The need to inform the general populace and hold those in power accountable is no easy… Continue reading

In Memoriam: Larry Cohen

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We at the House of Geekery are saddened to learn over the weekend fan favorite cult filmmaker Larry Cohen has passed away at the age of 77.  A native of New York, Cohen… Continue reading

Scary Military Mysteries

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The fog of war always leads to chaos and violence no matter where or when it falls. This inevitably leads to confusion opening things up for mysteries which may never be solved. Here… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo

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To fans of B-movies everywhere the late great Cannon Films is worthy of respect for their film contributions. Specializing in medium to low budget films, particularly in the 80’s, Cannon is responsible for… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Train to Tomorrow

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Train to Tomorrow Make Way for Tomorrow (1937) Directed by Leo McCarey The Scene: After losing everything materially in the Great Depression and losing their dignity to their ungrateful grown children, the elderly… Continue reading

The Smiths Greatest Songs

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One of the most influential bands alternative/post-punk bands of the 1980’s was the Smiths. Hailing from the musical hotbed of Manchester England the Smiths were one of the first examples of an indie… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Five Deadly Venoms’

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A young martial artist is tasked with granting the wish of his dying master and locate his five most prized students who have adopted the fighting styles of five different animals. Thus begins… Continue reading