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If there’s one thing film geeks love to do, it’s argue incessantly about movies!
Shawn Carter returns to ask us all the Riddle of Steel as he remembers CONAN THE BARBARIAN
Jeff wasn’t able to attend SDCC, so he went to a local Convention that caters to the kiddies.
The GLA’s editor in chief, Jeff Carter, takes a look at the electronic neon wonder of TRON.
Irishman, Sci-Fi geek, lover of beer, and graphic desginer John McCarthy regales us with tales of KHAAAAAAAAAN!
Our 30th Anniversary retrospective of the greatest year in geek cinema history continues with Joey DiCarlo’s passionate remembrance of ROCKY III.
Horror fanatic Johnny Donaldson explores the terrifying John Carpenter masterpiece.
This serves as a perfect metaphor for just about every movie Zack Snyder has made; gorgeous to behold, but ultimately empty and devoid of life.
The Adjustment Bureau is a velvety-smooth chocolate movie romance with a thin, easily dissolved sci-fi candy shell around it.
Part occult thriller, part speed-demon road movie, Drive Angry is a neo-exploitation throwback that actually feels like it could’ve once been seen on the lower half of a 42nd Street double bill.
Witless, cliché, artless and willfully stupid, Season of the Witch may not be good, per se, but it’s certainly kicking the year off less on a note of disaster than one of jovial absurdity.
Marrying ballet and horror, the beautiful and the ugly, Aronofsky has made a movie that is at once strange, alluring, feverish and haunting.
Tron Legacy falls just short of being one of the all-time great Hollywood epics, but it’s certainly a groundbreaking visual masterpiece with more heart and soul than the original film.
The Warrior’s Way suggests what you’d get if you mashed-up the ouevres of Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Zack Snyder, Sergio Leone, and Ronny Yu. Samurais battle cowboys in a surreal dreamlike old West while bearded ladies and circus clowns prance around the edges, and if that sounds at all intriguing — it isn’t.
The kids play is no more. We are in the realm of a genuinely terrific, cinematic, complex drama. Deathly Hallows isn’t just the best Harry Potter yet — its one of the best films I’ve seen all year.