Richard Lynch

Richard Lynch: Richard considers himself to be a pretty well-rounded geek but first and foremost a gamer. With a love of everything from old-school Final Fantasy to Halo he knows his way around a controller. He is also a recent graduate of Purchase College where he majored in Media, Society and the Arts (don’t worry nobody knows what that means) with a minor in screen writing. He is excited to writing content for the Geeked Gods. Rich doesn’t check his twitter often but you can find him there and on Facebook.
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    Blade Runner Retro-Review

    Blade Runner Retro-Review By Richard Lynch In 1982, director Ridley Scott brought us his follow-up to his sci-fi horror masterpiece, Alien. Since its release, Blade Runner has cemented itself as a permanent part of the science fiction landscape. Its influence can be seen in countless films and video games...
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    Star Wars: Leia, Princess of Alderaan by Claudia Gray-A Review

    Star Wars: Leia, Princess of Alderaan by Claudia Gray Review by Richard Lynch Following the excellent Lost Stars and the fantastic Bloodline, author Claudia Gray is back once again, with another novel that tells the story of Princess Leia. This time we meet Leia on her 16th birthday as...
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    Phasma (Star Wars) By Delilah S. Dawson

    Phasma (Star Wars) By Delilah S. Dawson Review By, Richard Lynch Captain Phasma was easily one of the biggest disappointments in The Force Awakens. Despite having a cool suit of armor, all she did in the film was yell at Finn and get thrown in a garbage shoot. Since...
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    The Tick (2017) Season 1 Review

    The Tick (2017) Season 1 Review By Richard Lynch It seems that you can’t keep a good bug down. Amazon’s take on The Tick is the third attempt at a television adaptation, following in the footsteps of the short lived 2001 show starring Patrick Warburton and the classic 1994...
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    Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Review

    Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Review By Richard Lynch I’ve often thought that the term “video game” isn’t necessarily the best descriptor for the interactive medium that video games are. It can be misleading, implying fun and joy. There is nothing joyful about Hellblade, in fact, it might be one of...
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    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) Hints, Secrets, and Easter Eggs

    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) Hints, Secrets, and Easter Eggs By Richard Lynch Inferno Squad was decidedly a more interpersonal Star Wars book than most of the recent novels. As a result, there weren’t many big picture details or revelations about the larger galaxy. But that doesn’t mean...
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    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) By Christie Golden

    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) By Christie Golden Review by Richard Lynch Inferno Squad opens on a scene familiar to any Star Wars fan, the Battle of Yavin rages as the Death Star inches toward its target and the destruction of the Rebellion. This time, however, we experience...
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    Beneath the Planet of the Apes: The sequel that should have never been

      Beneath the Planet of the Apes: The sequel that should have never been By Richard Lynch 1968’s Planet of the Ape’s is one of the greatest science fiction films of all time. It was also a huge box-office success, which of course, means a sequel was inevitable. 1970,...
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    The Cinematic Influences of Prey

    The Cinematic Influences of Prey By Richard Lynch   Earlier this year, the Alamo Drafthouse hosted a series screenings for movies that developer, Arkane Studios had been influential in the development of its latest game, Prey. Today, we’re going to look at these films and see how their influences...
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