Geek Reviews

World War Z DVD/Blu-ray Review: Gorgeous and Gruesome

Further changing the face, and pace, of high octane zombie action from the standard slow stagger of eventual mayhem to imagery that will stay with you long after its last infectious bite. World War Z transforms Pitt from heart-throbber to ...

Grand Theft Auto V Review: Not the Usual Smash and Grab

Ever since Grand Theft Auto V was announced at E3, gamers everywhere have been chomping at the bit to play it. We have seen the trailers, screenshots, interviews, and have counted down to this date. Now the time has arrived and Grand Theft Auto ...

Star Trek Into Darkness: A GEEK Blu-ray Review

J.J. Abrams repeats his triumph of Trek with the wholly thrilling Star Trek Into Darkness. Steadfastly proving that when it comes to beloved franchises, sometimes it helps if there are two capable captains driving the ship. And while some of ...

Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix: A GEEK Video Game Review

SquareEnix breathes life back into the beloved franchise Kingdom Hearts. 2002 seems like it was eons ago, doesn’t it? Sony’s PS2, Microsoft’s Xbox and Nintendo’s GameCube were ruling the roost as far as video game ...

Steins;Gate: A GEEK Anime Review

A mad scientist is on to something big when he and his friends from the Future Gadget Laboratory discover his microwave is actually a time machine. Transporting everything from bananas to text messages through time, Okarin inadvertently makes ...

Lost Planet 3: A GEEK Video Game Review

Capcom has taken a valiant effort in handing over some of its more storied franchises to the hands of Western development teams. 2013′s DmC: Devil May Cry proved that this experiment could prove useful if the right dev team was selected. ...