Tag Archive: the dark knight

A Decade Later Christopher Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight’ Remains A Peerless Piece of Cinema Gold

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At the risk of sounding like Abe Simpson shaking his fist at a cloud, I sometimes rail against how easy our society’s movie consumption options have become. VOD, Netflix, HULU, Amazon, iTunes…all of… Continue reading

Best Batman Artists

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A long while ago I wrote about the best writers in the comic book industry who have tackled the adventures of the Dark Knight (which can be read HERE). But comics are a… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Batman and Bill’

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Stories about unsung heroes are always guaranteed to bring out a flood of emotions from people and this is exactly what author Mark Nobleman is aiming for in the documentary Batman and Bill.… Continue reading

Why Warner Bros. Needs To Recast The Joker

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***WARNING MOVIE SPOILERS BELOW*** “Things change.” Those were the words uttered by Michael Keaton’s Batman to Danny DeVito’s Penguin in Tim Burton’s 1992 Batman Returns.  Three years prior we’d seen Jack Nicholson’s iconic… Continue reading

My Top 10 All-Time Favorite Movies

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I’ve been writing for House of Geekery now for about three years.  In that time I’ve posted dozens of articles, everything from movie reviews to suggestions for casts, to why people shouldn’t pay… Continue reading

Beer and a Movie Marathon

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We are lucky enough to live in a day and age, where the greatest drink known to man is readily available in a variety of styles and variations. Of course I am talking… Continue reading