As we end 2017, I am proud of what we have achieved in what is only year two of the site. Taking the opportunity to see many films as well as interview some great talents both in front and behind the lens, here is hoping 2018 will be just as fun if not much more […]Read More World Film Geek’s Top 10 of 2017…and Some Honorable Mentions!
For over a century, there have been many films involving a mythical creature known as the werewolf. The term “werewolf” comes from the Old English word werwulf, which translates to “man-wolf”. According to legends, werewolves existed from either a curse or an affliction known as lycanthropy. A widespread legend in European folklore, werewolf films have […]Read More Howl at the Moon: Werewolf Films That Still Stand the Tests of Time
As children, we all probably heard this line once, or twice, or a million times from our parents: never talk to strangers. But unless you live under a rock, most of us encounter a number of strangers every day; things like striking up a conversation in an elevator, asking for directions, or seeking advice from […]Read More Stranger Danger: 5 Movies That Will Make You Think Twice Before Talking to Strangers
As we celebrate the two-year anniversary of World Film Geek, we will take a look at something very special for film fans who may not have watched or would love to get a start at a specific subgenre of action film: the martial arts film. The following is WFG’s list of Top 10 Martial Arts […]Read More Top 10 Martial Arts Films To Start With
To commemorate the release of Score: A Film Music Documentary, coming to select theaters on June 16 from Gravitas Venturas, World Film Geek takes a look at some of the most iconic theme music from cinema that still holds its own today. The music heard in films are a driving force in cinema. Music can […]Read More Iconic Music Themes in Film
On May 5, a teen video gamer enters the world in which he actually plays to save a kingdom from a cruel ruler in Matthias Hoene’s Enter the Warrior’s Gate. To commemorate the release of the film, World Film Geek unleashes video games brought to life in movies. This is not a complete list of […]Read More Video Games Brought to Life
On April 21st, the Ridley Scott-produced found footage film Phoenix Forgotten will hit theaters from Cinelou Films. The film marks the feature film directorial debut of Justin Barber, who co-wrote the film with T.S. Nowlin. 20 years after three teenagers disappeared in the wake of mysterious lights appearing above Phoenix, Arizona, unseen footage from that […]Read More Top U.F.O. and Alien Invasion Films