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Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 69, Warcraft

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In which, Andrew and Dude discuss the new Warcraft movie.  They both have an extensive personal history with the franchise, but even this does not save them from the sad, boring experience.

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Review: The Martian

I’ve always hated when people say that the book is better than the movie. It doesn’t seem to matter how good the movie actually is, people always find some reason to complain. Maybe they left something out, or perhaps a scene was changed or god only know what else. Never mind the fact that they managed to work anywhere from thirty to twelve hundred pages into a roughly two hour movie. Please, feel free to ignore that crucial little detail. Having said all of that, I can’t think of any movie that is a better adaptation of a book than The Martian.

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Editorial | Review: Into the Woods

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Into the Woods is the holiday movie that stitches together several of the Grimm brother’s fairy tales into a single yarn with fantastic sets and brilliant costumes, not to mention magnificent special effects.  Based on the Broadway musical, this adaptation gets a lot of things right, although I did find a few aspects either odd or off-putting. Continue reading

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Editorial | Review: Horns

***** SPOILER ALERT *****

This review will be discussing plot points which may be considered spoilers. Consider yourselves warned.

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When I first realized that a movie based on a novel by Joe Hill was coming to theaters October 31, my interest was piqued.  I hadn’t read Horns, but I have read some of his other stuff, including Locke & Key, which is gothic mystery/fantasy graphic novel series set in New England.  Sadly, the big screen interpretation of his book, while visually stunning, was disappointing. Continue reading

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