Yer a Wizard, Harry – Book 4, Episode 33: The Death Eaters

By Bijaya Shrestha on

How many Death Eaters does it take to make a small circle? This week, Sarah surprises in this round of the Tri-Quizzard Tournament, Bijaya introduces us to some Death Eaters, and Michael wants to talk about Death Eaters some more! Find us on Twitter at @potterpod or shoot us an email at potterpod@geeklyinc.com. http://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/http://www.geeklyinc.com/potterpod/hp-b4-ch33.mp3Podcast: Play …

Yer a Wizard, Harry – Book 4, Episode 32: Flesh, Blood, and Bone

By Bijaya Shrestha on

Recipe for bringing a person back to human form: cauldron, water, blood, flesh, bone, thyme, and a sprig of rosemary. This week, the Tri-Quizzard contestants get stumped, Sarah tells us how to stew a baby Voldemort, and Michael brings D&D to Harry Potter, again. Find us on Twitter at @potterpod or shoot us an email …

Geeklies Look At: Mary and the Witch’s Flower

By Alan Mathews on

What if you could use any kind of magic imaginable for one night. How would you use it? When Studio Ghibli closed their doors in 2014, Yoshiaki Nishimura (西村 義明) felt the urge to create a new studio. As producer, he and Director Hiromasa Yonebayashi (米林 宏昌) came together to continue the stylistic traditions they’d learned at …

Review – Atomic Blonde

By David Embrey on

With Wonderwoman capturing the cinematic hearts and minds of the general public this summer, I was curious to see if Atomic Blonde would go quietly under the radar as another female lead movie with a strong female lead character. Thankfully, with less than a month before it was released, the marketing machine started up and …

Review: Wonder Woman

By David Embrey on

When I read the news a few years back that a bit player in the Fast and Furious franchise had been announced to play Wonder Woman in the upcoming sequel to Man of Steel, I was surprised. If you recall, the reviews for and reaction to the Zack Synder directed Henry Cavil lead reboot were …