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"Secret Empire" Concludes as "Generations" Begins

Jacob Elyachar
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The House of Ideas will enter a new era in August as several critical stories conclude, and a new chapter of the Marvel Universe begins. What titles should you keep your eyes on? GEEKS broke down the ...

King Charles III Review

Matthew Kresal
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"What if?" It is that question that lies at the heart of all storytelling. No matter the medium, no matter what the genre, it all comes back to that same basic question. King Charles III is no excepti...

Review - Baywatch

Eric Hillis
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Back in the '90s, before the internet beamed its world of smut into our homes, hormonal teenage boys had to make do with the Saturday teatime tradition of Baywatch to get their fill of female flesh. I...

One Fangirl’s Exploration into David Lynch’s Recurring Motifs

L.A Banks
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I thought I was well prepared for the latest series of Twin Peaks. My my, how wrong I was. From demons bursting out of eerie glass boxes to decapitated victims, David Lynch’s latest offering packed a ...

Review - Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge

Eric Hillis
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As any Hollywood exec will attest, Joe Public is a tricky blighter to predict. Blockbusters with historical settings generally have as much mass box office appeal as Latvian character dramas, and thos...

The Five Scariest Kid’s Films… EVER

L.A Banks
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Big news for 80s film geeks. The Dark Crystal will be making a comeback as a 10-episode series, via Netflix. Yes, I’m a woman in her 30s and presumably not their target audience, but nonetheless, this...

GEEKS Previews DC Comics' August 2017 Solicitations

Jacob Elyachar
in Entertainment

DC Comics’ titles will continue to raise the summer temperatures in August as several storylines will boil over and keep fans intrigued all the way through Labor Day. What titles do you need to keep a...

The Hidden Meaning of 'Labyrinth'

L.A Banks
in Entertainment

God, I was obsessed with Labyrinth as a young girl. I still am as an adult, but for rather different reasons – and no, it’s nothing to do with the contents of the Goblin King’s trousers. The main reas...

Inside Llewyn Davis Review

FilmSnob Reviews.com
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Title: Inside Llewyn Davis MPAA Rating: R Director: Joel and Ethan Coen Starring: Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake Runtime: 1 hr 45 mins

We Need A Haiku To Save Us: Captain America

Derek Heid
in Entertainment

Hello and welcome to part 3 of "We Need A Haiku To Save Us" in which we use the underrated art of haiku to examine our favorite spandex wearing face punchers. This installment we look at one of the mo...

Twin Peaks: What Might We See In Season 3?

James Giles
in Entertainment

Ostensibly it seems like a futile idea to try and predict what might happen in the new season of Twin Peaks; Lynch's works have gotten ever more oblique and incomprehensible, in presentation and narra...

Review - King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

Eric Hillis
in Entertainment

As a schoolboy in Ireland I was regularly held enthralled whenever a teacher would relate one of the great tales of Celtic lore - Cuchulainn and the hound, The Brown Bull of Cooley, the exploits of Th...

Anthony's Film Review - Sucker Punch (2011)

Anthony's Film Review
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The first question you might have about Sucker Punch is whether it is an entirely pointless action movie. After all, the posters and trailers for Sucker Punch all present five scantily clad young wome...

How Reality Shows Changed Television

Ninfa Bi
in Entertainment

The reality show burst onto world television in 1999, thanks to "Big Brother". From that moment until today, these types of tv programs began to multiply to infinitely around the globe, generating fan...

Field Of Dreams Film Review

Marina Caitlin Watts
in Entertainment

"Ray, people will come Ray. They'll come to Iowa for reasons they can't even fathom. They'll turn up your driveway not knowing for sure why they're doing it. They'll arrive at your door as innocent as...

Review - Alien: Covenant

Eric Hillis
in Entertainment

Though it boasts a cult of stubborn supporters, Ridley Scott's Alien prequel Prometheus is widely regarded a failure; yet another misstep in a franchise that hasn't offered us a thoroughly satisfying ...