The Disturbing Nature of Mr Meeseeks and Why I Find it Hard to Watch

by becpusson 28/11/2015
Let me start by declaring SPOILER WARNING for Rick and Morty Season 1: Episode 5 ‘Meeseeks and Destroy’. Okay no we have that out of the way let’s get down to business. Rick and Morty is an excellent animated show for us adults following the misadventures of an genius alcoholic scientist, Rick and his easily […]
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MCM Birmingham Comic Con: What Cons Should Be

by Peter Ray Allisonon 25/11/2015
Geek Pride heads down to Birmingham to take in the sights at Birmingham Comic Con.

Captain America: Civil War Trailer And Posters Arrive

by spikedirectionon 25/11/2015
Good Morning, I’ve just got off my night shift to some rather welcome news, to provide some context, let me present this short, imagined conversation. Cinemagoer 1 – “You know what everybody says about Marvel movies right?” Cinemagoer 2 – “Oh they’re pretty good, but the villains are always weak.” Marvel Studios Exec – “Hello! […]

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 Review

by James Buckinghamon 24/11/2015
Have you written an epic, three-part story with an eponymous hero (ideally a strong female) battling against the odds for the good of the people/mankind? Well, the chances are you’ll get a four-part movie deal out of it, featuring beautiful young actors. All joking aside, Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games series of books (and now movies) […]

Marvel’s Jessica Jones: AKA Netflix Winner

by joshkingofgeekson 24/11/2015
  It’s been a fun 24 hours, it’s also been a long 24 hours. At midnight on the 20th of November a brand new Netflix Marvel series dropped, in all its glory, and I wasted no time in logging into my account and pressing play on the new gritty, edgy, dark and dirty Jessica Jones. […]


Game of Thrones Teases Us With New Poster

by SeanPWallaceon 23/11/2015
It’s November, which means it’s that time of year again, where we all look forward to gathering our friends and families together for a single purpose. No, not that present-giving thing, but Game of Thrones’ new series being released. Already, the hype and tension is beginning to build, with HBO releasing the first poster for […]


Porcelain: Bone China

by Deepdarkredon 23/11/2015
The second part of the Porcelain Trilogy has been released at the Thought Bubble in Leeds, last week. The second instalment, to be released internationally on the 10th of February 2016, features Child, the street urchin that stole our hearts in A Gothic Fairy Tale, as a now grown woman, struggling with past mistakes and […]


Put Down The Paintbrush Hollywood: Diversity Matters

by Phoebeon 21/11/2015
Earlier this week, the forthcoming Gods of Egypt movie released it’s character posters featuring a highly controversial cast. The film, as you may imagine, is set in Egypt and focuses on two warring Egyptian Gods, yet neither of them, as per the casting choice, is even the slightest bit remotely reminiscent of Egyptian. While I […]

Geek Pride at Belfast Film and Comic Con 2015

by Dave Foyon 20/11/2015
As geek-culture is finally being embraced on this side of the Irish Sea, and with even the local mainstream media taking an active (though admittedly still cautious) interest in the overall ‘geek’ community – the past few years have seen the introduction and rise of the Northern Irish version of the convention/celebration event. There now appears […]


Ticket To Ride: United Kingdom

by Ben Feeon 20/11/2015
The original Ticket To Ride is one of the trailblazers of modern board gaming, bringing the excitement and strategy of 19th Century railroad expansion to tabletops across the world. Originally released in North American and then European flavours, publishers Days of Wonder have since expanded the line to include special German and Nordic Countries editions as […]