Geekdom United returns with the new mini review episodes! Fear not, these are mini episodes featuring some of the films our team is sent to review, and the regular show shall continue as normal..ehem… explanations aside, in todays episode Tim checks out the classic chiller from 1967 in Torture Garden as well as the even […]
We are back (and late once again) with episode 18 of the Geekdom United podcast…and as it turns out, we’re two years old this month! Hip, hip hooray and happy birthday to us! To celebrate this momentous occasion, we have…absolutely nothing in store. With that said, on this month’s show we have a quick chat […]
Mark Goldblatts 1989 film the Punisher, for once, is a simple film for me to review.
Have you ever been intrigued to watch a movie just by the box art and the title? Coming from someone that hasn’t watched the Manga animated series previously, I thought to myself, its Japanese, it’s a strange concept and the name suggests killing, what could possibly be wrong?
In an age of digital effects, where heroes burst through buildings, transform into giant Green Goliaths and Battle Cruisers zoom through the far reaches of space, this old movie goer is a tad spoiled for visual effects. It’s amazing to watch, don’t get me wrong, but it lacks a certain, personal touch.
A series of films that has terrified generations of horror fans, is finally available in one box set!
Don’t call it a comeback, we’ve been here for years! Yes folks, after what seems like (and has been) an eternity: Tim, Mark & Andy are back with episode 17 of the +3 To…whoops…sorry…the Geekdom United podcast! So what monumental occasion would bring the boys out of hiatus to actually record a new episode? Is […]
In this episode Tim covers the goings on at PAX Australia, from D&D to Miniature games and all the rest. We also cover the awesome Final War Tactical Card Game by Games Lab right here in Australia. From box contents to game mechanics, we cover every aspect of this exciting game. So put up your […]
I have to be honest and state that my favourite Martial Arts film of all time is Jackie Chan’s 1978 masterpiece “The Drunken Master”. It’s a simple story, of a young martial artist who has brought shame to his family, so his father arranges for beggar Su, the ‘Drunken Master’ to train him, in the […]
True Legend tells the origin story of Su Can. A much celebrated General in the Chinese military, whom after rescuing a member of the Royal Family, is offered the position of Governor of Hu Bei province. Su Can has no such interest in this, and would much rather retire from the military and dedicate his […]
The Amityville Horror series! Just in time for Halloween is this great Collection of the first 3 films to get your skin crawling…
A devious wizard , a child born unto flame and the tale of the Makai, desperately trying to reform their Kingdom… Garo the animation is amazing.
Some mysterious murders in the countryside of Germany, where the victims turn to stone! Surely it couldn’t be the the work of…. an old Greek myth?
We’re back for another episode of the +3 To Geekdom Podcast! This past week, Tim was lucky enough to be invited to attend the pre-release event for Kaladesh, the highly anticipated new set for Wizards Of The Coast’s Magic: The Gathering collectible card came! He walks us through some of the new mechanics introduced in […]
In this episode, Andy returns as a fully fledged Geekdom host and lets fly with his impressions on the new film Kubo, Legendary Encounters Firefly and his time on Dark Souls 3. Tim in the meantime reviews the new Attack on Titan Movie collection on Blu Ray and still searches for help with his Warhammer […]