Happy New Year! After a festive Christmas with too much egg nog, ham and lying down to recover from said activities… Tim Looks at 2 films, Argentos cult classic Suspiria and the Indy thriller Happy Hunting! Both Titles are availiable via Umbrella Entertainment right here! Suspiria 40th anniversary BluRay Happy Hunting Shameless Social Media Plugs: […]
In this episode Tim looks at 3 films, Orca The Killer Whale, The land that Time Forgot and Cannibal Apocalypse! From Killer Whales who have it in for Irish Fishos, to cheesy Dinosaur Puppets all the way to uninspired Vietnam Vet Cannibals! So pop up your feet, grab a harpoon, dodge a Teradactyl and sink […]
In episode 23, Matt guests and talks about his and Tim’s time at Madman Animefest, Mark gets super excited about the awesomeness that was BlizzCon 2017 and Tim laments at the feaeces covered “game” called Call of Duty WW2… All this and more! Download this episode (right click and save) Show Notes: A […]
Happy Halloween!! In this review episode, Tim gets knee deep in blood, spectres and crocodiles in a 4 horror film review megafest! The Entity, Red Christmas, Dark Age and Devils Rejects all come under the microscope. Huge thanks to Umbrella Entertainment! Grab some Tutti Frutti ice cream, pop your feet up on a severed torso […]
Mark and Tim are back and eating and drinking up a storm as usual! In this episode, Mark satisfies his Dragonball lust and reviews the new Dragonball Super Bluray collection on Blu Ray and then the boys tell us of their new addiction…no…not Bundaberg Ginger Beer…but Bungies Destiny 2. The ultimate FPS MMO grindfest thats […]
In this Mini Review episode, we get our shuffling on, compile our nastiest “Troll Decks” and discover the awesome Trading Card Game, Meta X Justice League. A 1 v 1 TCG where you pit your band of heroes against DC’s super Villains, or hey, why not a Civil War!
In this edition of Geekdom Reviews, we take a look at Death Wish 2 and 3 and Frank Herberts Children of Dune. One has an old Grandpa shooting crooks, the other a blue eyed emperor and giant sandworms! So strap your self in, grab your best gun (please don’t, Im kidding) and watch out for […]
Welcome to episode 21 of the Geekdom United podcast! On this week’s episode, Tim reviews the recently released Shin Godzilla film on Blu-Ray and gives us a history lesson on Haruo Nakajima, the original actor in the Godzilla rubber suit who took up the role for 12 consecutive films who sadly passed away recently. We […]
It’s Episode 20 of the Geekdom United Podcast, yes you read it right! We are releasing podcasts like they are out of fashion. This week see’s Timmy and Matt attend Oz Comic Con in Melbourne, other than the slew of collectables, figures, comics and even vinyl records, the key stars this year were fantastic, a […]
We are back for a bumper packed episode 19 of the Geekdom United podcast! On this episode, we are joined by Matt “Half Museum, Half Bar” Cawley of RetroDomination.com fame as we geek out over the recent E3 2017 video game expo and discuss some of our favourite announcements from the show! If you are […]
In this episode, Tim gets into the awesome 1976 version of King Kong as well as relives his childhood ninja dreams as he rediscovers the amazing Enter the Ninja/ Revenge of the Ninja blu ray, courtesy of the awesome team at Umbrella Entertainment. Tim also looks at all the upcoming awesomeness at this weekends Comic […]
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?