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Tag Archive: geek

Top 10 Sequels That Don’t Make Sense

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There are plenty of terrible sequels out there that at least had a logical reason for existing. The Matrix sequels were craptacular to an amazing dregree, but they were at least pre-empted by… Continue reading

The Doctor Who Visual Dictionary

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The geek inside me is a fan of the DK Visual Dictionary series. Well presented, cool layouts and plenty of bite size information that makes them good coffee table books. The information inside… Continue reading

The Complete Catwoman Costume From ‘The Dark Knight Rises’

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Many people were unsure what to make of Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman costume when it first appeared online – for one thing it didn’t look much like a cat. Then Hathaway stated that the… Continue reading

Troy and Abed “La Biblioteca” Live

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Seriously, how can you not love these guys?

Ten Things I Noticed While Watching ‘The Faculty’

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It’s been YEARS since I last watched this, I’m not expecting anything special. Yet even with the terrible late 90’s alt/pop soundtrack Jason Patrick is still pure gold. I wish that this depiction… Continue reading

‘The Faculty’ Retro-Review

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Director: Robert Rodriguez Starring: Elijah Wood, Josh Hartnett, Jordana Brewster, Clea DuVall, Salma Hayak, John Stewart, Robert Patrick Plot: A group of high school students suspect that their teachers are from another planet.… Continue reading

Is Doctor Who God?

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As a recent convert to Doctor Who fanaticism, this was quite an interesting read… http://www.cracked.com/blog/how-dr.-who-became-my-religion/

The Baby Owners Manual

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When I was preparing myself for impeding parenthood, I had concerned about how much I didn’t know. Sure I can critically analyse a film seven ways to Sunday and kick all kinds of… Continue reading

The Pac-Man Stress Ball

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I’ve always seen stress balls as an item found in a yuppie’s working environment. Not something to be used to relieve stress – they have cocaine and hookers for that – but for… Continue reading

‘Almost Famous’ Retro-Review

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Cameron Crowe made a splash as a hot new indie director in the 1980s and managed to ride that reputation through a series of mediocre released punctuated by the occasional heartfelt piece that… Continue reading