Articles Posted in the " Recommendations " Category




  • The Fanged and the Furryous: A “Zootopia” Recommendation

    It is perhaps ironic that a Disney movie about not judging on preconceived notions shattered all my initial expectations of it. I expected Zootopia to be a middling to fair animated feature, not a stunningly textured self-aware joke machine. I expected Zootopia to be a brainless anthropomorphic romp, not a kid-friendly critique of institutionalized racism […]


  • “Krampus” Is a Fun and Terrifying Twist on Christmas

    I loved Krampus. Sure, it isn’t an artistic masterpiece, but it is loads of fun, and will probably become a staple for me in my future Christmas movie rotation. Yes, it was that good. Between the lush Christmas decor, the terrifying elves, and the hilarious comic relief, I had a huge grin on my face […]


  • Movie Recommendation: Free Fall

    Ever since I watched Sense8 I’ve had this nagging feeling that actor Max Riemelt, who plays Wolfgang on the show, looks like someone who’d be amazing playing a gay character. So, I went through his filmography and fell in love with Free Fall! Free Fall (or Freier Fall) is a German drama-film that was released in 2013. […]


  • The Geekiary’s Top 4 Non-Christmassy Christmas Movies

    Ah, Christmas. The time of year to cuddle up with loved ones, throw another log on the fire, and watch family favorites that you can only bring yourself to watch once a year. A Christmas Story, It’s A Wonderful Life, The Bishop’s Wife… all classics. But we here at The Geekiary have our own more […]



  • Check Out These Horror Classics You Can Watch Online Now!

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year! For horror fans, that is. And if you need help deciding which horror classics to watch tonight, look no further. Below are four great horror films that you can watch for free online right now! Check it out and tell us your favorite horror suggestions below! Carnival […]


  • A Feminist Look at “A Nightmare on Elm Street”

    Tomorrow is Halloween and that means I will be doing several things: Handing out candy Playing spooky music all day Dressing up Watching A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) It may seem strange for a feminist to love a film in which a deformed child murderer stalks and kills teenagers, most famously after sex. When […]