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Who is Stoudman? Well, his real name is Justin Wren. Justin has been writing reviews and articles about film, television and video games for several years. While majoring in English at Portland State University, he minored in film studies. With an extensive understanding of film history and production, Justin often includes at least a bit of film theory in his reviews. Justin got his start writing for MovieCynics.com, but has since gone on to produce articles for TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles.com and TVStoreOnline.com. He is the owner of G33k-e.com and presides over the editing of all content produced for the site in addition to producing his own content.

My Boyfriend’s Back – Blu-ray Review

My Boyfriend's Back blu-ray box art

It’s always nice when a movie you remember from back in the day still holds up after several years. My Boyfriend’s Back is definitely one of those forgotten gems from the early 90’s that remains quite entertaining. That being said, my experience with film criticism today is a lot better than it was when I ...

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Dinotopia: The Series – DVD Review

Artwork from Dinotopia DVD set

Dinotopia is not a good series by any stretch of the imagination, but it is a fairly interesting curiosity from an otherwise dull era of television. Although there are many issues with the show, it still manages to tell an interesting story while showing off some pretty good CGI effects and set design. Unfortunately, there ...

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Spaced Invaders – Blu-ray Review


When I heard that Mill Creek was finally going to release one of the most underrated movies of my childhood on blu-ray, I was absolutely ecstatic. Given the label’s notoriety for cheap (and affordable) releases, I wasn’t expecting much more than a barebones release, but sometimes that’s alright when you get a really good transfer. ...

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G33k-e Crashes Crypticon Seattle 2015


For the first time ever, G33k-e has found their way to a geeky convention! Okay, maybe Crypticon is actually a horror convention, but there were definitely a lot of geeks in attendance. In fact, there were a lot of vendors and guests that you might not have expected at an event primarily catering to the ...

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The Incredible Rise of Mobile Gaming


The evolution of mobile gaming has progressed by leaps and bounds in recent years due to a combination of creative gaming and app developers, along with the development of new and exciting devices to play them on. The emergence of this new technology has opened the doors for developers to create more powerful mobile gaming ...

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Five E3 Announcements We Want to See


Each year at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, video game companies both big and small announce their future plans for the upcoming year and beyond. Most of the time, gamers have no idea what to expect, but there are some announcements that will leave very few people surprised. Even if they aren’t shocking, sometimes the obvious ...

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The Lady From Shanghai – Blu-ray Review


What is the typical film noir? It’s not necessarily a genre, it’s more of a style. After watching a few movies like Gun Crazy, Out of the Past or even this film, that should become immediately apparent. Although they do share similar pulp elements, there’s also something unique about each movie that sets them apart ...

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The Wild One – Blu-ray Review


The second that I saw this blu-ray, I knew that I was in for something special. After all, The Wild One is the very definition of a classic and important film. However, it wasn’t the movie title alone that instantly impressed me – it was the packaging. With artwork that rivals some of the beautiful ...

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