Articles Posted in the " Recommendations " Category


  • Movie Recommendation: G.B.F

    There aren’t a lot of coming of age movies that grab my attention. The one’s I remember is Mean Girls, and The Perks of Being a Wallflower (which I saw…because Emma Watson!). However, G.B.F or ‘Gay Best Friend’ is a film I recently watched and it took me by surprise. It captured what being a […]


  • STILL/MOVEMENT DVD REVIEW: The Gamers: Hands of Fate

    THIRD TIME’S THE CHARM: THE GAMERS SERIES FINALLY LIVES UP TO ITS POTENTIAL Of all the cool stuff I could talk about to kick off this column, why an obscure DVD of a web series that had a Kickstarter nearly 2 years ago? Two reasons: I love talking about stuff that deserves a wider audience; […]


  • Movie Recommendation: The First Time

    Full disclosure (because I can’t lie to you guys): my primary motivation for watching this film was to see Dylan O’Brien.  There, I said it!  Judge me if you must, but it doesn’t make it any less true.  But know this…I am not writing this article now to gush about how hot Dylan is and […]


  • A Love Letter to The Fault in Our Stars

    I think John Green described my thoughts on his book best when he wrote, “Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book. And then there are […]


  • Zombie Media: the Other Green Meat

    Zombie movies: love them or hate them, they seem to be everywhere these days.  I’m sure you’ve thought of at least one by the time this sentence ends.  Maybe you have a favorite, maybe you hate the thought of them (if that’s you, turn around and run), but you can’t get away from them.  But […]


  • RIDDICK: Not Really A Trilogy! A Review.

    Ok, so Riddick is supposed to be the culmination of the Chronicles of Riddick film trilogy. But truthfully while it transitions from the ending storyline from the previous film, also named Chronicles of Riddick, and yes had a fantastic cameo appearance of Karl Urban, reprising his role as Commander Vaako, walking out of the theater […]


  • Binging on Mads Mikkelsen Films (Part 6)

    This going to be my last batch of reviews for a while as I am headed off to Comic Con. Yes, there will be a Hannibal panel. No, Mads won’t be there. But I will! And reporting on the panel is something I plan on doing right here on The Geekiary.  In this installment I […]


  • Binging on Mads Mikkelsen Films (Part 5)

    Here we are fifteen films into my binge. It’s been an adventure. Mads has been adorable, a badass, well groomed, kind of grungy, altruistic, villainous, sad, more sad, and completely devastatingly sad. Did I mention sad? Because there’s a lot of it. In this installment I’m reviewing Prag, Die Tur, and Tom Merritt. For reviews […]


  • Binging on Mads Mikkelsen Films (Part 4)

    Yes, I’m still binging on Mads Mikkelsen films.  In this installment I review his roles in After the Wedding, Jagten, and The Three Musketeers.  I’ve got four more films waiting to be viewed and, as always, I am open to suggestions about what I should watch next! For reviews of En Kort en Lang, Bleeder, […]