Category Archives: Culture

Late to the Party: Night of the Comet

Regina at the arcade

This week’s ‘80s movie was Night of the Comet, which was one of the few suggested to me that I’d never heard of.  Only Bree of Geekin’ Out fame mentioned this particular movie to me, telling me that “Zombies + Valley girls = horror comedy gold!”, so I figured there wasn’t a whole lot to […]

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Nightmares on Netflix: I Know What You Did Last Summer

Nightmares on Netflix-I Know What You Did Last Summer

“You got a letter? I got run over, Helen gets her hair chopped off, Julie gets a dead body in her trunk, and you get a letter? Oh, that’s balanced!” ~Barry The 1990s focused heavily on their teenage ‘victims’. Lots of sequels started out the decade (Child’s Play, The Leprechaun), and even while more metafictional […]

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Late to the Party: Say Anything

Lloyd and Diane

This week I decided to review Say Anything. It was among one of the movies suggested to me by the good people of Twitter, and it’s been in my collection for a couple of months now. It’s one of many movies I’ve bought without having seen it before, but I’d only ever heard good things […]

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Late to the Party: The Goonies

The Goonies

Hello, all!  This is my first-ever post for Geekin’ Out and I’m rather excited to present to you my review of The Goonies. I imagine you’re thinking that someone reviewing one of the most iconic movies from the ‘80s is a bit stupid, and ordinarily I’d be right there with you.  But believe it or […]

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Child’s Play: An Interview with Ethan Nicolle

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you wrote down every thing that a kid might say? That was how Axe Cop was came to be. What started out as two brothers simply playing together has exploded into a viral success story. During a family visit over the holidays, Malchai was running around with […]

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Some Assembly Required: An Interview with Brickwares

Dave Ware has been creating LEGO Mosaics since 2006. Dave is an avid LEGO fan, and part of the worldwide LEGO community, attending and displaying at various annual events. Dave’s award winning pieces have been on display in both Canada and the United States. His 2009 piece “To The Stars” won the Best Mosaic prize […]

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Fashionable & Nerdy: An Interview with Rapscallion Clothing & Design

Nerd fashion has been on the rise. No longer are those who are prone to playing video games, reading comics and watching Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror movies, restricted to sweat pants and ill fitted t-shirts. Now, we are offered a variety of options; from Captain America patriotic hoodies to the Tron flavored blazer, and […]

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The Evolution in Horror: An Interview with Rue Morgue Magazine

Fear. Disgust. These are the emotions that most horror movies try to elicit from their viewing audience. There are often scenes of the macabre and of the supernatural, sometimes even overlapping into the fantasy or science fiction genres. Depictions of our nightmares, our darkest fears and of course, terror of the unknown are what they […]

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She Packs a Punch: An Interview with Amanda Conner

There’s a bit of a story I want to share with you guys before I get into the interview. I approached Amanda late on Sunday as the convention was starting to wind down, pulled out my gear and began to tell her about the conversation I had with a trio of adorable little girls in […]

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“I am the Underwear Ninja!” An Interview with Jeph Jacques

Anyone who’s scratching their head or shocked by the title of this article obviously hasn’t read Questionable Content (abbreviated QC) or know anything about it’s adorably perverse and offensive robotic mascot, Pintsize. I can only hope that with a little background information and the interview with the creator/artist/writer, you will soon be waiting with baited […]

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