Articles Posted in the " Review " Category

  • American Horror Story: Cult 7×5 Review: Holes

    After an episode detailing how Kai and his cult came to be, “Holes” seeks to fill in a few of the missing pieces for how Kai and his band of cultists function in their quest to change the US. Episode 5 opens with Beverly being scolded by her boss, Bob, for trying to instill fear […]

  • American Horror Story: Cult 7×4 Review: 11/9

    Evan Peters (and his acting) is the one saving grace that the seventh season of American Horror Story has. “11/9” is a wonderful look into the psyche of the local cult leader and its inner workings. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © […]

  • American Horror Story: Cult 7×3 Review: Neighbors from Hell

    Raise your hand if you feel personally attacked by how bad this season of American Horror Story is. “Neighbors from Hell” only solidifies Ryan Murphy’s inability to be subtle this season. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © The Geekiary

  • Get Your Nostalgia Fix With Goosebumps

    I was thrilled when the Goosebumps trailer hit the web. Growing up, I read the books, I watched the show, and the trailer was everything I wanted it to be and more. I’ll admit that maybe my expectations were a little too high going in. This may have intensified my feeling that, while the film […]

  • Teen Wolf 5×02 Review: Parasomnia

    Oh, the confusing world of adolescence. The A story: the McCall pack considers the wisdom of inducting a new member while also warming up to their senior year of high school. The B story: a fellow student named Tracy deals with “night terrors” of the distinctly paranormal variety. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy […]

  • Teen Wolf 5×01 Review: Creatures of the Night

    Even releasing the teaser in advance, nothing could prepare viewers for the fifth season opener of Teen Wolf, “Creatures of the Night.” The teaser sequence finds Lydia in Eichen House. I know the sheriff’s department has a lot going on, but can someone please look into the hiring practices of the employees at Eichen House? […]

  • The Quarantined City: An Ambitious Serialized Novel

    In James Everington’s serialized novel, The Quarantined City, a character named Fellows wanders around an oddly out-of-step city, searching for the elusive stories by a writer he’s only heard of. Based on the first two episodes, this is a very ambitious serial fiction project, one with a lot going on and many ways to draw in […]

  • 2014 Nebula Nominees, Short Fiction

    The members of the Science Fiction Writers of America are voting this month on the winners of the Nebulas for the best writing in a variety of categories. Even for those who aren’t part of the SFWA, these are awards to watch to find some of the best writers in the genre today. In recent […]