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Avengers Assemble: Jeremy Renner

Avengers Assemble: Jeremy Renner

Excitement has been building for The Avengers (which hits theatres on May 4, 2012) and I would like to say that there are none more eager to see it than me. To commemorate the gigantic blockbuster movie that is bound to set the new bar for superhero films, I’m going to be doing a weekly […]

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G.I. Joe Retaliation Trailers

I never saw the first film, to be perfectly honest the whole thing made me cringe, made my childhood memories of watching the television scream in terror. What’s surprising, is how badly I want to see the sequel. It was about a month ago when the first trailer blasted into my eyeballs while I was […]

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Reeker

Everyone loves a good mindfuck film. The Sixth Sense. Identity. Black Swan. Memento. When done well, they’re the type of movies that will leave you guessing until the very last moment, sometimes even well after the credits. They’re the perfect striptease, flashing just the right amount of skin to keep us all drooling all over […]

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FEAST

The whole zombie genre is getting tired as of late, and sadly this isn’t limited to the film industry. Books, comics, television and video games have been overcome by the horde of the walking dead. Thankfully this week’s movie has nothing to do with the shuffling corpses with a craving for brains, but I can […]

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Episode 32: Archetype is Not a Dirty Word

Geekin' Out Podcast

When we enjoy a movie, TV episode, comic or video game we give most of the credit to the great characterization of the hero, villain and everything in-between. Without good characters, there are no good stories. But what makes these characters so great? Is it their actions, their struggles, or the fact that they kick […]

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The ‘Make You Scream’ Edition

It’s been a while since I’ve excited (or bored you all to death) with my horror movie reviews and in feeling extremely guilty in letting all one of my fans down, this week to kick off the new year, I’m going to offer you FIVE movies for the price of one – the price being […]

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Nightmares on Netflix: Devour

“Some people worship Satan for power.. money. Me? I did it for the women. There were more chicks willing to get down at a Black Mass than at a Judas Priest concert.” ~ Tattoo Artist What do you get when you mix Adam Gross (writer of the DOA movie) and David Winkler (director of A […]

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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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