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Longworth The Voice – Cate Hamer Big Finish – The Chaos Pool The Chaos Pool Episode One review at Den of Geek The Chaos Pool Episode Two review at Den of Geek
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the aforementioned's death" in the conclusion of the original game. Den of Geek wrote that he "has virtually no story to speak of outside of the [MK9]
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Review: coMplications". Den of Geek. Retrieved 6 January 2019. Burt, Kayti. "The Gifted Season 2 Episode 5 Review: afterMath". Den of Geek. Retrieved 7 January
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18, 2018. Anderson, Martin (June 3, 2008). "The Den of Geek interview: John Carpenter". Den of Geek!. Archived from the original on February 15, 2013
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"Voltron’s Message of Love". Den of Geek. Retrieved 28 January 2019. "Voltron: The Ultimate Downfall of Lotor". Den of Geek. Retrieved 28 January 2019.
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(Portugal) 5 Vite All'Inferno (Italy) America JR About.com Pop Syndicate Den of Geek "Fantastic Fest 2007". bside.com. Archived from the original on 2007-12-28
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Henderson on 12 July 1997. They have two sons. "The Den of Geek interview: Sophie Aldred". Den of Geek. Retrieved 4 September 2015. "Interview with 'Doctor
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2014). "Doctor Who: the film careers of Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Retrieved April 13, 2017. Singh, Harminder (July
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Radio Manchester Channel M CBBC Brew, Simon. "The Den of Geek interview: Andy Crane". Den of Geek. Retrieved 2 January 2012. "Browse Person – Andy Crane"
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Den of Geek!. Retrieved January 11, 2018. Kelley, Shamus (January 7, 2017). "Power Rangers Ninja Steel Season 2 To Feature Past Rangers". Den of Geek
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Film Stalker. Retrieved March 17, 2010. "The Den Of Geek Interview: Michael Winslow – Den of Geek". Den of Geek. May 8, 2008. Retrieved March 7, 2009. – 14:00
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Den of Geek!. Retrieved January 11, 2018. Kelley, Shamus (January 7, 2017). "Power Rangers Ninja Steel Season 2 To Feature Past Rangers". Den of Geek
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Eighteenth Amendment to enforce prohibition throughout the United States. Den of Geek gave a positive review and said the episode "was particularly welcome"
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the viewer to see the world in a different way." Don Kaye, writing for Den of Geek!, said, "The 'shrinking person' genre got its start in the early ‘30s
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film". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Retrieved May 30, 2016. ""Meet The Robinsons" director developing new animated Disney film". Den of Geek. Steve
Utopia (Doctor Who) (2,553 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
cliffhangers". Den of Geek. Retrieved 23 February 2012. Harrison, Mark (24 June 2010). "Doctor Who: 10 cliffhanger screamers". Den of Geek. Retrieved 23
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serious effort to fit it into [Doctor Who] canon". Louisa Mellor of Den of Geek affirmed that the short episode should be viewed "in the spirit in which
I Almost Prayed (1,372 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
visual/musical power to justify the supposed threat." Michael Ahr of Den of Geek rated the episode with 4/5 saying that the finale of the season "has
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episode. "This Woman's Work" received positive reviews. Michael Ahr from Den of Geek rated the episode with 4.5/5 saying that the episode was another roller
Affliction (Star Trek: Enterprise) (2,210 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
"Divergence" were subsequently ranked the fifth best story of Enterprise by Den of Geek writer James Hunt. Variety magazine notes the role actor James Avery
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linguistic aspects of her job, Hoshi is the resident screamer." In 2015, Den of Geek noted how Hoshi showed the importance of communication and the skill
Irresistible (The X-Files) (2,016 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Den of Geek. Retrieved November 20, 2011. Harrisson, Juliette (September 6, 2011). "A look back over The X-Files' finest stand-alone episodes". Den of
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rip-off" and that the additions crowded the scene with dead-on-arrival CGI. Den of Geek notes that the change negatively altered the tone of the scene and only
Colonist (The X-Files) (3,954 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Critical reception to the Alien Bounty Hunters has been largely positive. Den of Geek also named the Alien Bounty Hunters among "The Top 10 X-Files Baddies"
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season." Following Rani's first appearance, Michael Bush writes for Den Of Geek: "Rani is another asset to the fledgling cast: a gabby young journalist
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– Bryan Pilkington Hassan – Paul Chahidi The Djinni – Will Barton The Vizier – David Peart Big Finish – The Destroyer of Delights Den of Geek Review
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loyalty to Reiko. The character has had a mainly positive reception. Den of Geek ranked Cassie eleventh in their 2015 rating of the series' 73 characters
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sufficiently recovered, enjoys the holo-tale along with Naomi and Neelix. Den of Geek included this episode on a binge watching guide that included a roadmap
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News. May 12, 2015. "Keoni Waxman Interview: Directing Steven Seagal". Den of Geek. 22 May 2015. Eoin (May 4, 2015). "Absolution (2015) Review". theactionelite
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Beneath the Surface Review". Den of Geek. 7 January 2008. Retrieved 26 February 2013. "Top 10 classic Doctor Who scores". Den of Geek. 28 June 2010. Retrieved
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(15 November 2013). "A guide to the Eighth Doctor Audio Adventures". Den of Geek. Retrieved 17 November 2013. Patrick, Seb (14 November 2013). "'Doctor
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Doctor Who sound designs". Den of Geek. 23 March 2011. Retrieved 24 February 2013. "Top 10 classic Doctor Who scores". Den of Geek. 28 June 2010. Retrieved
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remarks by now." In his review of the eleventh season of The Simpsons, Den of Geek critic Mark Oakley wrote that the "cobbled-together feel to the series
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Format?". Den of Geek. Retrieved July 11, 2019. Sproull, Patrick (September 13, 2018). "The 10 Scariest Scooby-Doo Episodes". Den of Geek. Retrieved
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November 2015. "Doctor Who series 9: geeky spots in Face The Raven". Den of Geek. "Face the Raven: Hints & Teasers (Set #2)". Doctor Who TV. "Doctor Who
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Den of Geek. Retrieved April 4, 2012. Harrisson, Juliette (September 6, 2011). "A look back over The X-Files' finest stand-alone episodes". Den of Geek
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World Series, which caused Fringe to air a week earlier than expected. Den of Geek columnist Billy Grifter attributed the low ratings to the parallel universe
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episode – funny, exciting and strangely moving." Martin Anderson of Den of Geek! stated that it was "rather good – though badly plot-holed". He noted
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herself a hut on the site of Granny Aching's hut, using the same wheels. Den of Geek awarded the book five out of five stars, saying "Some beloved elements
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standard, but rather because he wants no one else to know his pain". Den of Geek praised ″The Zygon Inversion″ as the best episode of the current series
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similarities to Code Lyoko's premise and characters. Shamus Kelley from Den of Geek! also noticed the similarities, claiming that "ReBoot: The Guardian Code
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like the other one, and admire that in each other." Martin Anderson of Den of Geek! has suggested that the creation of a daughter character for the Doctor
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politics, on her official website, as well as a weekly column at UK website Den of Geek. In 2008, she was added to the merchandising of Monster-Mania: The Magazine
Proving Ground (Star Trek: Enterprise) (583 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Michelle November 14, 2003 - 12:22 AM Den of Geek Star Trek: Enterprise and the Importance of Its Characters Den of Geek Star Trek: Enterprise and the Importance
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different, writing that it was "unusual for its darkly humorous tone". Den of Geek wrote that "The Romans does comedy well" with "witty dialogue, character
Elevation (novella) (396 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
John (2018-02-10). "Elevation Is Stephen King's Second Book of 2018". Den of Geek. Retrieved 2018-04-01. "StephenKing.com - Future Works". www.stephenking
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emotionally satisfying." On his review for the episode, Ron Hogan for Den of Geek! commented positively on the episode's themes and felt that Sonequa Martin-Green
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October 2010). "Doctor Who: The Coming Of The Terraphiles book review". Den of Geek. Retrieved 26 October 2010. Jonathan Wilkins (5 October 2010). "Doctor
No Exit (The Vampire Diaries) (1,885 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Katherine, so hopefully the crazy shit will kick in." Caroline Preece from Den of Geek gave a negative review saying that season five of the show has been the
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predictable climax and resolution" that worked due to the dialogue. Den of Geek wrote that the serial was only let down by its "weak and convenient resolution"
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maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link) "The Den of Geek interview: Colin Bostock-Smith". Den of Geek. 14 May 2008. Retrieved 24 September 2012. "Metal
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(relevant) lore to the world of the Vampire Diaries." The review from Den of Geek was positive with the reviewer saying that it was a pretty good episode
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focused on drama within this family of witches." Rebecca Jane Stokes from Den of Geek rated the episode with 3/5 saying that it had lots of cliches. "I was
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universe and saying he wants his people to have a home." Caroline Preece of Den of Geek gave a good review to the episode saying that the show is built in secrets
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into 6 episodes than most shows do in a season." Caroline Preece from Den of Geek gave a mixed review to the episode saying that the ghosts took the center
The End of the Affair (The Vampire Diaries) (1,319 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
and look forward to going along for the ride." Caroline Preece from Den of Geek gave a good review to the episode saying that the episode had its great
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and serious role". Other responses were less laudatory; in a review on Den of Geek, David Crow wrote: "King tries her hardest to keep the movie afloat.
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show is giving Caroline more depth. I really hope she sticks around!" Den of Geek gave a good review to the episode saying: "All in all, Brave New World
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grounding the characters in their storylines." Caroline Preece from Den of Geek gave a good review to the episode saying that the most exciting part
Bad Moon Rising (The Vampire Diaries) (1,637 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
town vampires, turning the tables on them as they become the prey." Den of Geek gave a good review to the episode stating: "All in all I think that this
Rose (The Vampire Diaries) (1,642 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
(relevant) lore to the world of the Vampire Diaries." The review from Den of Geek was positive with the reviewer saying that it was a pretty good episode
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the best characters in the underappreciated SF III, bar none", while Den of Geek ranked Oro as the "32nd-Best Street Fighter Character", calling him "the
While You Were Sleeping (The Vampire Diaries) (1,785 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
of episodes and their "turn" felt more natural." Caroline Preece from Den of Geek also gave a good review to the episode saying that it gave the fans something
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and serious role". Other responses were less laudatory; in a review on Den of Geek, David Crow wrote: "King tries her hardest to keep the movie afloat.
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In the end, we learned it was up to no good." Caroline Preece from Den of Geek gave a positive review to the episode commenting on a possible new love
Memory Lane (The Vampire Diaries) (1,868 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
characters and the Byzantine relationships between them." The reviewer of Den of Geek gave a good review to the episode saying: "All in all, tonight's episode
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helped to really pace this tension filled episode." Caroline Preece of Den of Geek gave a good review to the episode saying that season 3 exploded back
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characterization of the core group of survivors was off. Ron Hagan for Den of Geek! said, "Rick and Tara finally discuss the presence of the Seaside Motel
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2010). "Doctor Who series 5 episode 10 review: Vincent And The Doctor". Den of Geek. Retrieved 6 June 2010. Media related to The Church at Auvers at Wikimedia
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interested to see what happens with Bonnie and her mom." Caroline Preece of Den of Geek gave a good review to the episode even though she pointed out that after
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visitor in Norwich". BBC. Retrieved 2011-12-29. "The Den of Geek interview: Sophie Aldred". The Den of Geek. Retrieved 2011-12-29. "What Ever Happened to..
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moments in all of Star Trek, the genesis of Star Trek's "red alert". Den of Geek recommended this episode and “Affliction” as important for character
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that mostly sets up next week's midseason finale." Caroline Preece of Den of Geek gave a good review to the episode saying that the show delivered yet
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was noted as featuring scary and/or eerie Star Trek content. In 2012, Den of Geek ranked this the seventh best episode of Star Trek: Voyager, but calling
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signpost to the show's hastening irrelevance." In contrast, Tony Sokol of Den of Geek gave it 4.5 stars and called it “a singular highlight”. "Listings - TheFutonCritic
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episode. "Put the Damage In" received positive reviews. Michael Ahr of Den of Geek rated the episode with 5/5 stating that the episode provided plenty of
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it wasn't the best episode of the season, it was far from the worst. Den of Geek gave the episode a 5/5 rating, reviewer Joe Matar said that the episode
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Tekken 3 due to his design and hard-hitting punch, while Gavin Jasper of Den of Geek wrote in 2016 that Paul was deserving of being the central character
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real lives for four days! — Creator and producer Carly Brooks, 2017 Den of Geek interview statement regarding the meticulousness of the writing process
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episode. "Put the Damage In" received positive reviews. Michael Ahr of Den of Geek rated the episode with 5/5 stating that the episode provided plenty of
Meeseeks and Destroy (808 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
it wasn't the best episode of the season, it was far from the worst. Den of Geek gave the episode a 5/5 rating, reviewer Joe Matar said that the episode
Armchair Detectives (2,635 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
real lives for four days! — Creator and producer Carly Brooks, 2017 Den of Geek interview statement regarding the meticulousness of the writing process
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co.uk. Retrieved 22 April 2011. Brew, Simon (17 November 2008). "The Den of Geek interview: Russell Howard". Dennis Publishing. Retrieved 22 April 2011
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was rated the 23rd-best Tekken character in 2017 by Gavin Jasper of Den of Geek: "True Ogre has the overkill you’d want in a final boss, but the understated
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Starfleet within the Star Trek science fiction universe by Wired magazine. Den of Geek recommended the following episodes for the character, “Singularity" and
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Online". Mirror.co.uk. Retrieved 14 April 2014. Den Of Geek (12 December 2010). "Cuckoo review". Den of Geek. Retrieved 14 April 2014. Official website Cuckoo
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episode 1 review". Den of Geek. Retrieved 7 March 2011. Lambie, Ryan (17 February 2011). "Mad Dogs episode 2 review". Den of Geek. Retrieved 7 March 2011
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2015. Anderson, Martin (1 April 2008). "The Den of Geek Interview: Graham Linehan | Den of Geek". Den of Geek. Retrieved 18 January 2015. "100 Greatest
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difficult due to the hardware not supporting z-buffering. John Saavedra of Den Of Geek thought the convoluted plot wasn't suitable for a strategy game. Brutoom
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the pay-off to his sheer ineptitude is more than worthy of mention." —Den of Geek on the character of Adam. In their book Who is the Doctor, Graeme Burk
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Retrieved 2008-06-29. "Looking back at Tony Scott's Enemy Of The State". Den Of Geek. Greg Huxtable (May 20, 2013). "ENEMY OF THE STATE - Production Notes"
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June 1992: 40. The Unborn on IMDb Review at Los Angeles Times Review of film at Den of Geek The Unborn at Rotten Tomatoes The Unborn at Box Office Mojo
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Dalek Generation on Tardis Data Core, an external wiki The Dalek Generation reviewed at Den of Geek The Dalek Generation reviewed at Sci-Fi Bulletin
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death or because someone outright tries to go after him. —Gavin Jasper, Den of Geek, 2016 Akuma has received much critical acclaim from various gaming media
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also ranked it as the 26th best of all Star Trek episodes up to 2016. A Den of Geek review gave it a 100% watch rating and remarked it was 'fantastic episode'
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(October 27, 2008). "Revisiting The X-Files: Season 1 Episode 10 - Den of Geek". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Retrieved August 1, 2011. Shearman & Pearson
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watching the episode, Nick Harley of Den of Geek questioned whether the dogs were self-aware. Another Den of Geek critic, Ryan Lambie, believed the dogs
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season has received mostly positive reviews from critics. Matt Haigh of Den of Geek said that "The bad episodes are never really terrible, it's more that
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July 2017). "Andy Serkis interview: War For The Planet Of The Apes". Den of Geek. Retrieved 21 February 2018. "Tech comes to The Tempest in new RSC production"
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15 February 2016. "Game of Thrones: The Watchers On The Wall Review". Den of Geek. Retrieved 20 February 2016. "Game of Thrones (experts): "The Climb"
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doesn't need to fall under a specific category." Louisa Mellor from Den of Geek attacked some of the complaints against the show saying: "The complaint
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(December 16, 2008). "Revisiting The X-Files: Season 1 Episode 23 - Den of Geek". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Retrieved August 17, 2011. Edwards, Ted (1996)
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2013). "Mad Men season 6 episode 10 review: "A Tale Of Two Cities"". Den of Geek!. Today's hipsters borrow a symbol from the Peace-Love-Happiness generation
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Retrieved 2020-01-01. "Aliens: rare photos of James Remar as Hicks". Den of Geek. November 17, 2014. Retrieved 2020-01-01. Superior Firepower: The Making
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gave it a B+, praising Hogan's acting and the flashbacks. Simon Brew of Den of Geek appreciated the visual device used to show the Cylons trying to penetrate
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Michael Richardson (27 April 2010). "Doctor Who: Apollo 23 book review". Den of Geek. Retrieved 5 July 2010. Peter Quentin (14 June 2010). "Doctor Who: Apollo
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(November 24, 2008). "Revisiting The X-Files: Season 1 Episode 18 - Den of Geek". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Retrieved August 6, 2011. Parish, p.136 Bisson
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"slightly predictable" execution of the episode. In a positive review for Den of Geek, Louisa Mellor praises the "deft balance" given to the ethical quandary
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five buttons corresponding to their reactions. Daniel Kurland of the Den of Geek called the plainness of its animation style unique, identifying influences
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Houston Press, the Los Angeles Times, Vice News, Heavy.com, and Insider. Den of Geek cited her "What the H*ck is ASMR!?" video as an ideal introduction to
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Adamson (12 May 2010). "Doctor Who: Night of the Humans book review". Den of Geek. Retrieved 5 July 2010. Peter Quentin (14 June 2010). "Doctor Who: Apollo
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TV Squad, Jacob Clifton of Television Without Pity, and Simon Brew of Den of Geek compare Cally's actions in this episode to those of Jack Ruby. During
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(November 27, 2008). "Revisiting The X-Files: Season 1 Episode 19 – Den of Geek". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Retrieved August 7, 2011. Gwenllian-Jones
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favorably and has become a cult classic. Neil McNally of the website Den of Geek noted that the film was "unfairly overlooked" when first released, and
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definitive guide". Den Of Geek. Retrieved December 8, 2017. Howard, Kirsten (June 7, 2017). "Dean Cain has made 3 more Christmas movies". Den Of Geek. Retrieved
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Andrew (15 November 2013). "A guide to the Eighth Doctor Audio Adventures". Den of Geek. Retrieved 28 April 2015. Big Finish Productions - Absolution
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2008). "Who could've been Who? An alternate history of Doctor Who". Den of Geek. London, England, UK: Dennis Publishing. Retrieved 18 January 2013. Eventually
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recalled what was occurring when each photo was taken." Sarah Dobbs of Den of Geek remarked that "there's some nice characterization here". She also praises
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000 after he was injured in a fight scene with Seagal during filming. Den of Geek wrote that "the special effects are dreadful; bad ideas that look cheap
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between the themes of the episode and contemporary politics. Simon Brew of Den of Geek also reviewed the episode favorably. Susan Tankersley of Television Without
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p. Arts 1. Brew, Simon (February 21, 2008). "The Den of Geek interview: Joe Dante". The Den of Geek. Retrieved January 9, 2016. Sachs, Ben (August 8,
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(October 23, 2008). "Revisiting The X-Files: Season 1 Episode 9 – Den of Geek". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Retrieved July 30, 2011. Gradnitzer, Louisa;
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Buyer's Guide July 5, 1990. (pp. 58, 60, 62, 65-66). "The Den of Geek interview: Erin Gray". Den of Geek. Retrieved 6 October 2014. "Erin Gray, Then and Now:
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most reviled episodes of the entire series, deserves it." Simon Brew of Den of Geek wrote, "this probably the weakest episode of the show [so far] ... [but]
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an A-, calling the action sequences "pretty awesome". Simon Brew of Den of Geek reviewed the episode favorably, singling out for praise the use of the
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2019. "Voltron: 10 Hilarious Ways the Original Show Censored Death". Den of Geek. Retrieved 28 January 2019. "The 15 Darkest Secrets About Voltron". CBR
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A- and was particularly moved by the dedication scene. Simon Brew of Den of Geek called this scene "touching". Segrest reviewed the episode favorably
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Television Without Pity gave "Valley of Darkness" a B+. Simon Brew of Den of Geek praised Tyrol's scene with Socinus, calling it "moving". Eric Goldman
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suddenly pulled into an inescapable science fiction setting. Brooker tells Den of Geek that the episode is not intended as an attack of Star Trek, a show that
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Despite Her Diet?". Retrieved April 18, 2016. "The Den of Geek interview: Richard Kiel". Den of Geek. January 6, 2009. "Actor Richard Kiel taught math
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but noting "some bad acting and some uneven editing." Simon Brew of Den of Geek praised Mary McDonnell (Roslin)'s performance. Gina detonates the warhead
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better use of its full cast as it did in Season 1". Billy Grifter of Den of Geek gave a good review to the episode saying that the second season has some
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Variety. Retrieved 2019-04-11. "The Day The Earth Stopped review". Den of Geek. Retrieved 2019-04-11. Jolin, Dan (2016-06-21). "Independence Day: Resurgence"
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rating/share according to the Nielsen Media Research. Caroline Preece of Den of Geek gave the episode a mixed review, writing, "As we enter these final ten
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(November 13, 2008). "Revisiting The X-Files: Season 1 Episode 15 - Den of Geek". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Retrieved August 1, 2011. Johns, Anna (August
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them before her car is crushed in the compactor, trapping Ellis inside. Den of Geek gave the episode a positive review saying "Come the end of Escape To
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November 2008). "Revisiting The X-Files: Season 1 Episode 12 - Den of Geek". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Retrieved 15 August 2011. Edwards, Ted (1996)
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(November 18, 2008). "Revisiting The X-Files: Season 1 Episode 16 - Den of Geek". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Retrieved August 1, 2011. Sharret, pp.325–326
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expressing slight apprehension in light of the ending for Skins Fire. Den of Geek writer Caroline Preece said that Pure fit in with the style of Cassie's
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another article UGO praised her as "Bond's super-hot guardian angel". Den of Geek included her in their 2008 list of ten James Bond characters who deserve
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expect that the story may begin to speed up a bit". Billy Grifter of Den of Geek also gave a good review stating that after a bumpy start, the show is
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Weekly's list of top 10 Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes. In 2017, Den of Geek included "Sins of the Father" as one of their 25 recommended episodes
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Den of Geek. Archived from the original on November 7, 2018. Retrieved October 18, 2018. "The Flash season 4 episode 9 review: Don't Run". Den of Geek
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The Boston Globe Mark Hartley on IMDb Excerpt from Electric Boogaloo on YouTube Mark Hartley's official Vimeo channel Interview on Den of Geek Allmovie
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distance. Part 1 received favourable reviews, with Caroline Preece of Den of Geek commenting that "those who loved the character are still going to find
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Mirror hailing it as "a family classic for years to come". Review website Den of Geek described it as an "utterly charming piece of magic". Paul Connolly of
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(October 14, 2008). "Revisiting The X-Files: Season 1 Episode 6 - Den of Geek". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Retrieved August 10, 2011. Edwards, p.45 The
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complimentary of the film's direction, especially given the film's low budget. Den of Geek described it as being like "Before Sunrise with harsher edges...Jones
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must surely be a specific homage to Holy Grail." In an interview with Den of Geek for the DVD release in February 2016, Bracewell talked about the development
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minimal, no doubt to hide the fact that the quarters have been redesigned. Den of Geek praised the episode for its visuals and for the fact that every main
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August 2019. "The "What's Your Favourite Jason Statham movie?" database". Den of Geek!. Dennis Publishing. September 16, 2016. Retrieved May 10, 2019. Lambie
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daughter, Samantha. He also regularly contributes articles and rants to the Den of Geek website about the state of today's comics industry. Comics work includes:
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With Mark Gatiss episode 1 review: Frankenstein Goes To Hollywood". Den of Geek. "A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss: Episode 1 – Film Reel Reviews"
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2019. "Vehicle Voltron: The Good and Bad About the Forgotten Series". Den of Geek. Retrieved 8 January 2019. "VEHICLE VOLTRON". web.archive.org. 15 September
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was also listed as one of the best games for the Game Boy Advance by Den of Geek. IGN Staff (2 July 2002). "Gaming in Japan". IGN. Ziff Davis. p. 4. Retrieved
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well." However, in his review of the eleventh season of The Simpsons, Den of Geek critic Mark Oakley wrote that "there are some fine episodes to be found"
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seventeenth spot in viewership. This episode is rated TV-14. Louisa Mellor of Den of Geek commented, "I'm really looking forward to seeing what PLL looks like
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the scenes with the runaway log delight. 'Hugger' provides a winner." Den of Geek critic Matt Haigh cited "Lisa the Tree Hugger" as one of the highlights
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curtisbrown.co.uk. Retrieved 7 July 2019. Luther series 3 episode 2 review | Den of Geek "Stephen Rea, Pauline Collins, Caroline Quentin and Peter Firth join
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review: Them". Den of Geek. Retrieved 2017-09-07. Hogan, Ron (2015-03-10). "The Walking Dead season 5 episode 13 review: Forget". Den of Geek. Retrieved 2017-09-07
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"The Simpsons Season 30 Episode 18 Review: Bart vs. Itchy & Scratchy". Den of Geek. "The Simpsons to spoof Stranger Things in Treehouse Of Horror XXX this
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"Doctor Who series 10: The Doctor Falls geeky spots and Easter eggs". Den of Geek. Retrieved 2 July 2017. "Series 10, Doctor Who – The Doctor Falls: The
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family". In keeping with that theme he stated, in an interview with Den of Geek, that "My personal goal with this was to watch this movie with my brother
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ones and one or two older folks!" Glen Chapman, writing for website Den of Geek, said of the series: "Well, come on, it’s Bernard Cribbins telling stories
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(13%) gave the film a positive review; the average rating is 3.9/10.Den of Geek rated it 2.5/5 stars and wrote that the story should have focused more
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takes up the latter slot." This belief was concurred by Gavin Jasper of Den of Geek: "He seemed to be there [in MK3] because throwing a Native American into
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high-definition Blu-ray in the United States on April 30, 2013. In 2019, Den of Geek noted this episode for featuring romantic elements. Citations Beierle
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Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Comic Book Roots of the First TMNT Movie". Den of Geek. Retrieved March 26, 2018. "TMNT I". ninjaturtles.com. Retrieved September
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Girls Panic! (2016, Microsoft Windows, Steam, Zoo Corporation) In 2001, Den of Geek included Qix on a list of the top 10 most cloned video games. Taito Qix
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Netflix Reboot Trailer, Release Date, Cast and Story Details | Den of Geek". Den of Geek. Retrieved 2018-04-15. Official website Legendary Entertainment
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Lucas "all seemed rather a missed opportunity." Robert McLaughlin of Den of Geek noted that Lucas "spends a lot of this episode in a state of undress"
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of the greatest cliffhangers in the history of Doctor Who. Similarly, Den of Geek named the cliffhanger to the third episode as one of the ten best Doctor
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actually matter if we're seeing them 'alive' or 'dead.'" Marc Buxton of Den of Geek also gave the episode a mixed review, rating it a 2.5 out of 5, saying
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called the episode "brilliant". In his review of the eleventh season, Den of Geek critic Mark Oakley wrote that "there are some fine episodes to be found"
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"Daniel Petrie Jr interview: Toy Soldiers, Dawn Patrol, Turner & Hooch". Den of Geek. Retrieved 2017-08-27. "Daniel Petrie Jr". Retrieved 2017-08-27. https://www
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action films that are 90 minutes or under" compiled by Nick Horton of Den of Geek!. Gun politics in the United States "Shoot 'em Up (2007)". British Film
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(September 25, 2008). "Revisiting The X-Files: Season 1 Episode 1—Den of Geek". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Retrieved September 1, 2011. Scott, Tony (September
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in the 2012 episode, "Black Blotter", as a hallucination of Walter's. Den of Geek called her performance "striking" and "undoubtedly sexy, but cold in
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new Doctor Who arena tour. But is Doctor Who Live worth your cash?". Den of Geek. Retrieved 11 October 2010. Simpson, Paul (11 October 2010). "Doctor
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up this season's conflicts and viewer expectations." Marc Buxton of Den of Geek gave the episode a moderate review, giving a 3 out of 5, saying "Things