Category Archive: Geekdom

Living In A Nintendo Game Every Single Day

When it comes to my writing, especially as it pertains to my personal life, even though there are a lot of people reading this that know me, or at the very least live in Pittsburgh, I have to write as though you’re all a bunch of strangers from anywhere on the globe (surprisingly, some are). …

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Jurassic World Review: It’s Brand New, But You’ve Seen This Movie Already.

You can’t really do a review without pumping out some spoilers, so if you read on, you’ve been warned. I have to be honest though… this movie is nothing you haven’t already seen before. Jurassic Park is loved by pretty much everybody with eyeballs. A dinosaur movie that finally brings the most vicious ┬áprehistoric predators …

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PREDATOR: DARK AGES – A Crusade To Heal Predator’s Glowing Green AVP Wounds

One of the strangest things in cult movie history surrounds the Predator. The original Predator movie was incredible and still is. The Predator as a character/alien/movie monster was an instant hit. One of the best ever created. A jacked up humanoid alien, hunter/being of the land/master of his surroundings mindset, body cloaking/camouflage device, dreadlocks, an …

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Kung Fury: Step Aside Avengers & Mad Max. This Is The Top Summer Movie.

I’ve been keeping an eye on Kung Fury for the better part of 2 years. Back in December of 2013, I learned about the kickstarter campaign for Kung Fury and after seeing the teaser trailer, the rest was history. If you don’t know what Kung Fury is and keep thinking I’m adding an unnecessary ‘ry’ …

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Point Break’s New Reboot Trailer Is More Extreme Than Extreme Doritos

Point Break is a cult classic. Keanu Reeves has become such pop culture pile-on with how monotone and robotic his acting is, sometimes you forget how legit some of his movies are. You had the best of a lot of worlds with Point Break. Gary Busey before he turned completely insane. Patrick Swayze in his …

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