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Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka Tano and More // Geekly Trends

Unbreakable is getting a sequel, Fallout is coming to table tops, the Doctor might finally be a ginger, and Rosario Dawson could take on the role of Ahsoka Tano! This and more in this week’s Geekly Trends. Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey Guillotine) is an aspiring journalist, a ...

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Marvel Agents of SHIELD | All the Madame’s Men // Recap Review

An Inhuman makes an attempt on Madame Hydra’s life, that story is way to crazy to make up, and SHIELD changes the people’s hearts and minds. After witnessing the true purposes of Hydra’s Enlightenment Center, May brings Daisy a terrigen crystal, allowing her to go through terrigenesis and regain her ...

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Marvel Agents of SHIELD | No Regrets // Recap Review

Simmons questions what is real, the Patriot fights for what is important, and never the less, Daisy persists. Despite her repeated torture at the hands of Dr. Fittz and Madame Hydra, Daisy continues her resilience against their questions. She tries to get Fittz to wake up from the nightmare they ...

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Doctor Who | The Pilot Discussion with Farrar Hudkins // Geek Out

I had the pleasure of talking with a friend and fellow Whovian, Farrar Hudkins about the newest season of Doctor Who. Check out Farrar’s channel at http://youtube.com/fhudkins Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey Guillotine) is an aspiring journalist, a YouTuber, and a huge nerd.

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.21-The Calusari

Opening with an incredibly disturbing sequence depicting a child being murdered on train tracks, The Calusari sees The X-Files tip its hat to the major works of 70’s cinema that centred around evil or possessed children and religion; The Exorcist and The Omen. In fact, The Calusari has its cake and eats it by being ...

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Freeform Drops First Trailer for Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger

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Freeform just dropped the first trailer for Marvel’s new show Cloak and Dagger. It looks like this show will have some ties to the Netflix and Cinematic Universe. It looks like this will be an origin story and it looks like Marvel may not shy away from their look from ...

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Marvel Iron Fist | Eight Diagram Dragon Palm // Recap Review

Harold welcomes Danny home, Ward goes on the record, and no one should profit from the suffering of others. Following Ward to Harold’s high rise hermitage, he is shocked to discover the late Harold Meachum alive and well, and imprisoned by the Hand, the very organization that the Iron Fist ...

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THE X-FILES ORIGINS NOVELS: Agent of Chaos by Kami Garcia/Devil’s Advocate by Jonathan Maberry

When it was announced that a pair of YA novels surrounding the younger versions of Fox Mulder and Dana Scully were in development, I have to admit to a double feeling of excitement at new X-Files stories, but also trepidation at the idea of what was being dubbed The X-Files ...

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Marvel Agents of SHIELD | Identity and Change // Recap Review

Coulson makes his own soap, Mack tries to keep his head down, and welcome to SHIELD. With no way out of the Framework, Daisy takes a chance and reaches out to Coulson one last time, discovering that he remembers fragments of the real world. Daisy and Simmons do their best ...

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.20-Humbug

A watershed episode of The X-Files, Humbug marks the full writing debut of Darin Morgan on the show. Of course, Morgan was credited with a “story by” credit for Blood earlier in the season, but here we’re given our first pure glimpse of what the words “written by Darin Morgan” ...

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Joss Whedon to Direct Batgirl and More! // Geekly Trends

Reboot is getting a reboot, Squirrel Girl is heading to TV, there is a possibility for the Witcher 4, and Joss Whedon may be directing a Batgirl movie. Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey Guillotine) is an aspiring journalist, a YouTuber, and a huge nerd.

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Marvel Iron Fist | Rolling Thunder Dragon Punch // Recap Review

Danny gets the sharkiest lawyer in New York, Joy helps Ward close a deal, and enter the Daughter of the Dragon. On the run as an escaped mental patient, Danny approaches Joy one more time as a friend, hoping she now believes he is who he says he is. To ...

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Marvel Agents of SHIELD | What if… // Recap Review

Daisy and Simmons wake up in a brave, terrifying new world, but it isn’t just the Framework; it’s Hell. Created to replace the pain and loss of the real world, Radcliffe and Aida have built the Framework based on changing key moments in the lives of the Agents of SHIELD; ...

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How Legion Approaches Mutation // Geek Out

FX and X-Men’s Legion is one the best new shows on television, and the way it approaches mutants is very interesting. Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey Guillotine) is an aspiring journalist, a YouTuber, and a huge nerd.

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.18-Fearful Symmetry/2.19-Dod Kalm

Witnessing an animal being killed or dying on-screen must surely rank as one of the most depressing and distressing things that one can put on film, so it goes without saying that Fearful Symmetry has a lot going against it in terms of fun and entertainment when it presents two ...

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Marvel Iron Fist | Shadow Hawk Takes Flight // Recap Review

Let’s talk about what happened to John Anderson, the Meachums aren’t bad guys, and Colleen is offered a deal. Putting an end to Danny’s interruptions in their lives, Ward and Joy Meachum have Danny sent away to a psychiatric center to be evaluated and get to the bottom of who ...

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.16-Colony/2.17-Endgame

If Duane Barry and Ascension in the early third of The X-Files‘ second season gave a sense of how big and dramatic the show could be, then Colony and Endgame were concrete proof that not only could The X-Files do emotionally charged, it could do bold and epic too. Marking ...

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New Justice League Trailer and More | Geekly Trends

Defenders has finished production, Ubisoft is working on an Assassin’s Creed TV show, Deadpool is narrowing its search for Cable, and a new Justice League trailer is about to premier. Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey Guillotine) is an aspiring journalist, a YouTuber, and a huge nerd.

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Marvel Iron Fist “Snow Gives Way” // Recap Review

Danny Rand returns home, and is met with anger and hostility. After surviving a plane crash in the Himalayas as a young boy, billionaire and heir to the Rand business empire, Danny Rand, returns to his home in New York after fifteen years. But, dressed in tattered clothes and without ...

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.15-Fresh Bones

Fresh Bones is not an episode of The X-Files that will go into your top ten favourite episodes of all time list, but, for forty-five minutes it proves to be an incredibly enjoyable thriller that moves at a nice pace, has great twists and turns and boasts probably one of ...

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The Super-Flash Musical Crossover – Coming Soon

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I know musicals might not be your thing, but this is a musical crossover event you don’t want to miss. With so much musical talent on Supergirl and The Flash how could The CW possibly pass up a chance to showcase that. We’ve only had a taste of the raw talent of these remarkable ...

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Mass Effect Andromeda Early Access and More // Geekly Trends

DC is open to R-rated movies, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are working on a new project, TellTale Games released some shots of their new Guardians of the Galaxy game, American Gods has a new trailer, and I got to spend some time playing Mass Effect Andromeda through EA Access. ...

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.14-Die Hand Die Verletzt

Marking their last scripted episode of The X-Files until season four, their hiatus from the show being a period of time when they went of to create their own series, the sadly short-lived Space:Above and Beyond, Die Hand Die Verletzt sees Glen Morgan and James Wong exit the show (more ...

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BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER: The Best Teen Drama EVER!

Buffy Summers, she saved the world a lot you know, and, in a way, she also saved me. Alright, don’t worry, this is not some sort of crazy piece where I’m going to start telling you some story about how I was walking home one night, past a creepy graveyard and ...

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TOP TEN EPISODES OF BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER

From 1997 until 2003, the teen supernatural drama Buffy the Vampire Slayer delivered some of the best television ever broadcast. A wealth of imagination, wit, humour, drama and heartache were at the heart of Joss Whedon’s iconic creation. To pick ten episodes is surely crazy, because running at 144 episodes ...

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.13-Irresistible

In many respects, Irresistible is an episode that season two of The X-Files has been building up to over the last few weeks. Red Museum, Excelsis Dei and Aubrey have all had real world crime elements impact on the show’s brand of supernatural crime procedural that it seems only apt that ...

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Marvel Iron Fist Controversy and More Geekly Trends

There’s some controversy around the casting of Iron Fist, Bill Paxton has passed away, Shadow of Mordor has a sequel, and your favorite geek’s birthday is soon! Follow me on all the internets! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tguillotine Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/treyguillotine/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/treyguillotine Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/treyguillotine/ Tumblr: http://treyguillotine.tumblr.com/ Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey ...

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MUST BINGE TV: Fringe

Debuting in 2009 with much interest down to it being partly a new creation from J.J Abrams, Fringe was initially dismissed by many as being a copy of The X-Files. In fairness Abrams and co-creators Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci had mentioned The X-Files several times when discussing the show ...

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.11-Excelsis Dei/2.12-Aubrey

Red Museum, the episode prior to Excelsis Dei in The X-Files second season, featured a character who was a peeping tom and, as Mulder observed, kept videotapes of a young boy amongst his “private movie studio”. Excelsis Dei opens with a scene depicting sexual assault by a spectral spirit, whilst the ...

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MUST BINGE TV: Lost

Has there ever been as controversial a finale to a television show as The End, the episode that concluded Lost? You could argue The Sopranos, but given that Lost was a “blockbuster” television show that attracted large ratings and a massive amount of press coverage, it’s easy to say that the final ...

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Marvel Agents of SHIELD “Self Control” Recap Review

This is not how their story ends. Possibly surrounded by LMD’s, Fittz-Simmons tries to get to a safe place to discuss what to do next. But, thanks to LMD sensors installed on all the doors in the base, they discover that one of them has been replaced. After an emotional ...

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.09-Firewalker / 2.10-Red Museum

We’re back, or more importantly, SHE’S back, as we get out first glimpse of our heroes in their basement office, about to head off on weird adventures again. How exciting, but our first two cases back on the usual X-Files saddle after eight episodes of the show in a wonderfully ...

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MUST BINGE TV: Alias

Imagining what it would be like if the lead character in his college-set drama Felicity joined the CIA, JJ Abrams came up with Alias and thus set in motion a change of events where he would become one of the most prominent geek directors in Hollywood, rebooting Star Trek and helping ...

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Marvel Agents of SHIELD “The Man Behind the Shield” Recap Review

The line between scientist and mad scientist is paper thin, Aida observes human behavior, and The Superior is playing by the old rules. The Watchdogs now have May and Mace as their prisoners, and Fittz-Simmons’ analysis of Radcliffe’s Framework reveals the massive scope of the virtual world that serves as ...

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Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD “BOOM” Recap Review

Coulson isn’t giving up on May, the Watchdogs have a new explosive, and Mace really likes football metaphors. Taking a diluted form of Cal’s Hyde serum gives Mace his Inhuman strength, but Fittz-Simmons discovers it is also killing him, and his next dose could be his last. Now on the ...

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DC Entertainment needs to lighten up

DC’s new show Powerless and lego film The Lego Batman Movie are a lot of fun and show DC is at there best when they lighten up. Follow me on all the internets! Patreon: patreon.com/tguillotine Facebook: facebook.com/treyguillotine/ Twitter: twitter.com/treyguillotine Instagram: instagram.com/treyguillotine/ Tumblr: treyguillotine.tumblr.com/ Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey ...

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.08-One Breath

Could it be said that up to this moment in time in The X-Files lifespan that One Breath was the show’s best ever episode? Don’t answer that, it’s a rhetorical question because the answer is yes, it most definitely was. Written by Morgan & Wong, directed by R.W Goodwin (a ...

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MUST BINGE TV: 24

With its ticking clock, intense plotting, and sweeping serialised story telling, not only is 24 a binge worthy slice of television, it could be said to have practically created the phenomenon of binge watching, or at least popularised it by being the first television show to become super popular on the ...

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.07-3

An incredibly hated episode by the fandom and not highly regarded by its writers either, 3 is an episode where its understandable to expect something horrible and terrible, the Space or Teso Dos Bichos of The X-Files’ second season. In reality the episode is…okay. Not a misunderstood masterpiece, but not ...

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Marvel Luke Cage “You Know My Steez” Season Finale Recao Review

The Battle for Harlem’s Soul rages in the streets, who thought a black man in a hoodie could be a hero, and sometimes backwards to move forwards. Thanks to a Hammer Tech super-suit., Diamondback manages to go toe to toe with Luke inside of Pop’s Barbershop. The commotion, and a ...

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Marvel, DC, Star Wars, and Doctor Who / Geekly Trends

“Cloak and Dagger” has found it starring cast, Marvel has some games in their line-up, Batfleck steps down as director, along with Peter Capaldi as the Doctor, and Star Wars’ Han Solo spin-off begins production. Follow me on all the internets! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tguillotine Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/treyguillotine/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/treyguillotine Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/treyguillotine/ Tumblr: ...

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MUST BINGE TV: Angel

Spinning off from the events of Buffy’s third season, Joss Whedon and David Greenwalt took Buffy’s vampire boyfriend away from Sunndyale, at the peak of the popularity of Buffy the Vampire Slayer‘s central relationship no less, and off to the city of Los Angeles to work as a private detective, ...

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Marvel Agents of SHIELD “Hot Potato Soup” Recap Review

Radcliffe enters Agent Koenig’s mind, May’s a frickin’ robot, and Quake/Black Widow shipping is a thing. With the help of the Watchdogs, Radcliffe has one of the brothers Koenig, Billy, kidnapped in order to find the location of the Darkhold, intrusted to them by Coulson to keep it safe. While ...

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.05-Duane Barry/2.06-Ascension

Up until this point in time, The X-Files had never attempted an episode that ended with the words “to be continued“. Whilst the first season ended with a cliffhanger that was clearly going to run into the season two premiere, they weren’t really a two-parter. In fact, one could even ...

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Top 3 Star Wars Light Saber Battles

These are my Top 3 Star Wars Light Saber Battles Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey Guillotine) is an aspiring journalist, a YouTuber, and a huge nerd.

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Marvel Luke Cage “Soliloquy of Chaos” Recap Review

More people are rooting for Luke than he knows, Zip tries to step up, and there’s something powerful about seeing a black man that’s bulletproof and unafraid. Luke breaks free from police custody after being accused of holding hostages at Harlem’s Paradise. He’s nearly caught once again until a sympathetic ...

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Deadpool 2, Ghost Recon, Powerless, The Last Jedi

The latest geekly trends are Deadpool 2, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, DC’s Powerless, and Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey Guillotine) is an aspiring journalist, a YouTuber, and a huge nerd.

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MUST BINGE TV: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

With Serenity, Joss Whedon took a television series that had not succeeded, at least commercially speaking, and managed to turn it into a feature film. Amazingly, Whedon became famous in the first place for taking a feature film that he had written that had not succeeded, for reasons that were ...

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Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD “Wake Up” Recap Review

Radcliffe gets inside May’s head, Daisy signs the Sokovia Accords, and Coulson gets kicked in the balls. Daisy may have redeemed herself to the public, but the US government still has questions as she prepares to sign the Sokovia Accords. To clear her record while she was “undercover,” she is ...

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.03-Blood/2.04-Sleepless

KILL. KILL NOW. Sorry about that. Based on a story by Darin Morgan (his first writing credit on the show, and not his last thankfully) and with a teleplay from Morgan and Wong, Blood is a literally pounding thriller at times, pounding in the sense that Mark Snow utilises a ...

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