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  • Sleepy Hollow Episode Review: For the Triumph of Evil

    It may be a while before Sleepy Hollow fully finds its feet, but if its latest episode is any indication then it has the makings of a true classic. I’ll admit that I was a little worried after last week’s episode. After an intriguing premier, I was disappointed that the second episode was trite, predictable, […]


  • Elementary Episode Review: Step Nine

    Sometimes I worry that I am too critical of the media I choose to consume. It pains me to notice, for instance, that the second episode of Sleepy Hollow was extremely mediocre in its writing, or that the much-anticipated premiere of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. did not come close to living up to its hype. I […]


  • Supernatural at San Diego Comic Con

    Supernatural is one of those weird happenstances where a show is made for a mainstream audience, and then inexplicably gains an intense fandom presence. It can be jarring to realize that the fans as a collective put way more thought and effort into analyzing the characters, storylines, and themes than the showrunners do into writing […]


  • Much Ado About Nothing: Whedonites and Shakespearians Unite

    Joss Whedon, once merely the nerdy niche-genre mastermind behind such underappreciated shows as Buffy, Angel, and Firefly, finally found some real mainstream success with his recent helming of The Avengers. But immediately afterwards, as if startled by a project of his making several boatloads of money instead of being summarily cancelled, he did something unexpected. […]


  • Neil Gaiman Live at the Crystal Ballroom

    Neil Gaiman’s voice sounds like his writing. I suppose that’s not terribly surprising. Of course the man who puts words together with uncompromising directness, and yet imbues so many phrases with little conspiratorial smirks, would also speak plainly and with a dry sense of humor. But there is also something about the quality of his […]


  • Korean Films You Should Have Seen By Now

    Sorry for the lack of updates! The Geekiary writers have all sadly been accosted by the specter of real life. Articles might be sporadic for the next couple of weeks. But I’m going to see Neil Gaiman next week, and several of us will be reporting from San Diego Comic Con next month, so stay […]


  • The Red Wedding: A Study in Refrigerators

    After a string of mostly-quiet episodes that felt like nothing but rising action after rising action, we finally got our payoff: The Rains of Castamere was nothing but climax after climax. And while I’m excited for Bran, worried for Jon, elated for Dany, and sorry for Arya, I’m afraid I’m going to have to put […]