TheReviewGeek launched back in 2017 as a resource for finding the best content to watch – and what to avoid. Our message is simple – offer as much content as possible without the need for clickbait of swamping you with pop-up ads and editorial lists. We value thought provoking, informative reviews that credit the technicality and themes of a piece as much as the actual content on-screen. We do what we do because we love all things media-related.
The site operates with enough adverts to keep the lights on but primarily we do what we do for the love of media – not to make a profit. Since its inception, the site has exploded in popularity with music and video games being added to the list of content being reviewed. This has seen more recent months, including June and July 2019, reaching highs of 300,000 visitors per month – and continuing to grow.
Thanks to the explosive growth the site has had as of late, we’re looking into the possibility of expanding our team of content writers but if you’re interested in joining us, as of now there are no paid writing opportunities. If this changes in the future, this section will be updated accordingly.
Greg Wheeler – Owner, Editor-In-Chief and Head Reviewer
In his own words: “Ever since I was little I’ve always had a passion for writing. Instead of going out and playing sport with my friends, I’d stay in and write stories and reviews. I’ve always had an interest in the arts and after studying media, music production and film in college, my passions slowly blended together to form the core of this site – reviewing.
Since TheReviewGeek’s inception, the site has grown from strength to strength and I’ve dedicated the better part of my life to covering as much as I can in the world of film and TV. I sleep for 5 hours a night to cover more TV and outside of looking after my kids and holding down a full time job, I spend every moment I can studying this art form, watching shows and writing.”
Favourite Movie: Memento
Favourite TV Show: Doctor Who
Favourite Album: Hybrid Theory – Linkin Park / Vicious Delicous – Infected Mushroom
Favourite Video Game: The Last Of Us
Veronique Englebert – Reviewer
Veronique has been involved in the development of TheReviewGeek behind the scenes since March 2019. Bilingual in both French and English, Veronique has helped with the promotion and growth of the site and is always on the lookout for the next big thing when it comes to TV and film.
Having studied English and the history of cinema, Veronique has now turned her talents to critiquing, with a particular emphasis on writing about mainstream cinema releases, indie films and episode recaps for TV shows.
Favourite Movie: Life Is Beautiful
Favourite TV Show: Breaking Bad
Favourite Album: Common Ground- Above & Beyond
Favourite Video Game: Persona 5
Think we’re missing something from the site? Want to see your favourite film reviewed and analysed? Here at TheReviewGeek we like to give back to the community as much as possible. Requested film reviews generally take around 2-3 days to be updated on the site whereas TV shows, depending on the number of episodes, take around 2-3 weeks.
We actively encourage any film makers, record labels, game companies or PR representatives to contact us regarding anything media-related we currently cover that you’d like us to review. We always give an impartial and constructive review wherever possible and are happy to promote this as much as we can across both our Twitter and Facebook feeds.
If there are specific embargos or time frames on when you’d like our review to be up by, please do include this for us to as it helps prioritise the order of reviews going up on the site.
Sponsored Articles are something we also consider, as long as they stick with the theme of the site and revolve around TV, film, games or music. Whether this be promotional content for an upcoming game as a preview piece, or n article about an upcoming band to listen to on Spotify, we’re open to providing this and feel free to email us directly to discuss any fees or terms around this are prices will vary.