Leading into the series finale of Legion, I couldn’t help but ponder just how a show like this could be concluded. With so many time-traveling hallways and visions of the future what possible ending is there that not only gives closure to these characters and the story they live in but also celebrates the very unique and beautiful viewing experience. I watch a great deal … Continue reading Legion Series Finale Review- Time Is A Flat Circle
However just or unjust it may be, television shows are often times judged for their final episodes. From a storytelling standpoint you’ve already drawn everyone in, you’ve won their trust, you’ve gained their fandom/love now all you’re left to do is stick the landing. No pressure, right? We live in a world of nearly impossible expectations that social media often makes impossible to achieve. Yet, … Continue reading Game of Thrones “The Iron Throne” Review- Now Our Watch Has Ended
The last episode of Game of Thrones certainly left a great deal to digest. With only two episodes left the board seems to be stacked for an intense finale. Daenerys is on the brink of self-destruction. Varys is in full protect the realm mode which could mean a possible murder attempt. Tyrion is trying to convince himself that Daenerys is the best option to take … Continue reading Looking For Meaning In Jon Snow’s Goodbye To Ghost
Heading into the Battle of Winterfell, I think most of us expected a blood bath of the most epic proportions. Game of Thrones has made a point about not caring about our feelings over the years causing me to question every wedding I attend now. Including my own. With something like Game of Thrones, I think that we’ve come to expect so much heartbreak in … Continue reading The True Impact of the Night King
Over the course of seven seasons, we’ve watched the Night King and his Army of the Dead lurk within the shadows of Game of Thrones. The ominous threat that distracted us from the politics and drama of Westeros. A force that could care less about crowns, family loyalties, Red Weddings, or people with no face. The Night King had one objective and one objective only… … Continue reading Game of Thrones “The Long Night” Review- Not Today
Geeklings, welcome to the first ever Game of Thrones Week here at I Am Geek. In the three years of I Am Geek, I don’t think I’ve ever dedicated an entire week to one specific subject matter and I can’t quite figure out why. These are the types of weeks where I know exactly what I’m writing about. One would think that I would do … Continue reading Week In Geek- Game of Thrones Week!!
Fiction is a really interesting/powerful thing, he said in a generic/bland writer’s voice. Could there be a more generic opening to a column? I’m not sure, but it doesn’t negate the fact that sometimes the most obvious observations are the ones we often overlook. With that being said, fiction is a really interesting/powerful thing. Often times we read, watch, or even playthings for the hero … Continue reading Does The Night King Need To Speak?
The final season of Game of Thrones is only a month away. Take a minute and think about that for a second. One. Month. Away. Thirty days from now we’ll be sitting down at nine o’clock and watching as these final six episodes close the chapter on Westeros… at least the television version. I for one am not entirely convinced that I’ll read the final … Continue reading Game of Theories- What If the Night King Isn’t the Big Bad
Geeklings, I’m really excited to pop in today because this is our 400th post! Four hundred, can you believe it? I’m a little in awe of it myself. While today’s post isn’t exactly a post per say it does contain one of my favorite aspects of I Am Geek… the I Am Geek Podcast. Seriously, what better way to bring in a milestone post? As for what you have to … Continue reading I Am Geek Podcast Episode 12- Game of Thrones Wrap Party