Tag Archive: television

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

We Can Stop Making Television, It Just Peaked

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One of the pinnacles of modern pop culture occurs when a beloved, long running television show manages to end on a satisfying note at a point in its life cycle before the quality… Continue reading

Zero Context: Game of Thrones – Episode 4

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A podcast where a Game of Thrones expert and a total newbie meet to watch and discuss the final season of Game of Thrones.

The Outer Limits Top 10 Episodes

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Do not attempt to adjust your set, we are in control……and after all this is a computer/tablet/phone you are reading not a television. From 1963-1965 the science fiction anthology show the Outer Limits… Continue reading

Zero Context: Game of Thrones – Episode 3

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A podcast where a Game of Thrones expert and a total newbie meet to watch and discuss the final season of Game of Thrones.

Zero Context: Game of Thrones – Episode 2

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A podcast where a Game of Thrones expert and a total newbie meet to watch and discuss the final season of Game of Thrones.

Critiquing the ‘Game of Thrones’ Criticism

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Obviously spoilers. For those new to the planet, first let me say welcome and then tell you about Game of Thrones. It’s a high fantasy TV series based on a book series by author… Continue reading

Zero Context: Game of Thrones Podcast – Episode 1

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A podcast where a Game of Thrones expert and a total newbie meet to watch and discuss the final season of Game of Thrones.

Zero Context: Game of Thrones Podcast – Introductory Episode

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Today we launch House of Geekery’s Zero Context: Game of Thrones podcast with an introductory episode. Available on iTunes and Soundcloud.

The Greatest Horror Movie Hosts

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As television began to grow in popularity in the twentieth century, local network programmers all over began to scramble to find content to fill the needs of the viewers. Horror movies became a… Continue reading