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S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Up: Making Friends and Influencing People & Face My Enemy

Hey True Believers!

B.J. BRITT, CHLOE BENNETT, IAIN DE CAESTECKER, MING-NA WEN, CLARK GREGG, NICK BLOOD, HENRY SIMMONS, ELIZABETH HENSTRIDGE, BRETT DALTON

First off, I’m sorry it’s been some time… but this past week has been one of catch up, so I’m gonna catch you up on two weeks of everyones favorite agents with the episodes titled “Making Friends and Influencing People” and “Face My Enemy.” These two episodes have been really cool because we’ve really gotten to see the spy game happening between S.H.I.E.L.D. and HYDRA that wasn’t (in my opinion) as apparent in the first season as our team was really a group of peace-keeper who have in many ways had their status changed to outlaws.
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TV From The Crypts: Are You Afraid of the Dark’s “The Tale of The Crimson Clown”

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Hello geeks! I recently decided to take a stroll down memory lane, aka Youtube, in search of my favorite 90’s Nickelodeon shows. Given that it’s October, and tis the season to be spooky, I took a chance and searched for one of my favorite shows from my childhood, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, and found that most of the series is available to watch through Youtube.

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Who Review – Flatline

It’s TARDIS time, Evil Geeks! This week finds the Doctor as a prisoner in his own home; thanks to a steadily decreasing in size TARDIS door. Either someone left the TARDIS in the dryer a little too long or something is siphoning off the physical dimensions of the advanced craft causing it to shrink.   Clara manages to get out while the blue box is kiddie sized, but the Doctor ends up trapped when it goes down to about 1 foot tall. At the same time all this spatial wackiness is going on, in the town where the TARDIS has landed, people are disappearing only to have an image of themselves pop up on a mural at a memorial for the missing.  Could this be related to the TARDIS shrinking? It’s up to Clara, armed with the Doctor’s sonic and psychic paper to figure out what is causing the anomalies.

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Your Weekend Creature Comforts: Monsters From The Princess Bride

The Princess Bride is just one of those movies that everyone loves. Seriously, I can’t think of one person that has told me they hated that movie. Of course, I do know a lot of people who have not watched it for one reason or another, and let me tell you, you are really freaking missing out. This movie has everything you could want in a fantasy: sword fights, torture, mysterious heroes, romance, great side kicks, adorable wizards, loathsome villains, memorable one-liners, and even some creepy creatures. There is so much I could rant and rave about how fun this movie is, and timeless, but this weekend I am going to spotlight the two creatures we encounter in this fantasy world: the shrieking eels and R.O.U.S.es.

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Zombie Round Up: No Sanctuary

It’s that time of year again, Evil Geeks. The air gets a little crisper. The days get a little shorter. The dead start to walk across our TV screens again. The Walking Dead came back this week in full force, kicking off what is already looking to be a crazy season 5. What’s the best way for a show that can at times slow down to a glacial pace in terms of storytelling? Why with 1 full hour of zombie killing action, big ass explosions, and a healthy dose of some sweet, sweet fan service!

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Who Review – Mummy on the Orient Express

 

vlcsnap-00011Greetings Whovian Evil Geeks! C-Mart was partying it up in NYC this past weekend for the 2014 New York Comic Con, hence the lateness of this article. Since we’re already half-way to a new episode, I figured this post would be better used to discuss the aftermath of Mummy on the Orient Express as opposed to giving you a recap of the episode. Let’s talk about Clara’s not-so-final hurrah!

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