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Devil’s Due team up with Gus Fink for Boogily Heads release

by TinkerTonkson 11/01/2019
This Summer, comic publisher Devil’s Due will release the first of several comic books by talented creator, Gus Fink. Featuring his collectible ‘Boogily Heads’ line of toys, the original comic book story will centre around a boy who is teleported by a magical portal into the land of Boogilyville, and encounters many creepy creatures who […]

The Party’s Just Beginning with Karen Gillan’s directorial debut

by TinkerTonkson 14/12/2018
Actress Karen Gillan has always been versatile. We’ve seen her supporting the timelord as Amy Pond in Doctor Who, showcasing a fierce sibling rivalry as Nebula in Guardians of the Galaxy and chasing through the jungle wilds of Jumanji as Ruby Roundhouse, but until 2018, we had never seen Gillan tackle the world of filmmaking […]

Sundance London to return in 2019!

by TinkerTonkson 14/12/2018
With Sundance Film Festival’s annual film extravaganza set to return to Park City, Utah in just a few weeks time, British film fans can rejoice as the London offshoot is set to return in 2019!  Now in it’s fifth year, the popular film festival returns once again to Picturehouse Central between May 30th and June […]

Sneaky Zebra Announce Latest Short Plans

by TinkerTonkson 17/01/2018
UK based filmmakers Sneaky Zebra last week launched a new Indiegogo campaign to fund their latest short film: Echoes of Darkness. The Star Wars themed fan film, penned by Sneaky’s very own Gary Scullion, aims to explore the new landscape of the universe created between ‘Return of the Jedi’ and ‘The Force Awakens’. Instead of […]

MCM May 2016

by TinkerTonkson 14/06/2016
With a Summer of jam-packed conventions just around the corner, it seemed only fitting that long standing heavyweight, MCM London Comic Con kick off the festivities. Taking place on the weekend of May 27th-29th, it delivered another dose of geeky goodness to the masses as they descended upon London’s Excel Centre for a whole weekend […]

Ghostbusters: Rebooting a classic

by TinkerTonkson 11/02/2016
When news of Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot initially broke, suffice to say it caused a great deal of polarity in opinion. From the very beginning, it caused widespread division within the GB fandom, with further details and information giving greater traction to a constant war of words and outrage. Earlier this week in fact, one […]

Put Down The Paintbrush Hollywood: Diversity Matters

by TinkerTonkson 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 […]

Freaks, geeks and one hell of a week — The SDCC Report.

by TinkerTonkson 17/07/2015
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had a trip to San Diego Comic Con on my geektastic bucket list. It’s just one of those places you kind of need to go – like a geeky nirvana full of untold treasures and wonders that you can’t really experience anywhere else on Earth. I […]

Birmingham MCM

by TinkerTonkson 24/03/2015
Hot on the heels of London Super Comic Con this year, was MCM Comic Con’s return to Birmingham the following weekend. I’m not usually one for doing two conventions so close to each other, but I have to say the Birmingham layout was something MCM definitely nailed on the head. I’m used to London, to […]

Agent Carter : A Show That Deserves Renewal

by TinkerTonkson 21/02/2015
It may have escaped your attention recently, but Marvel has been consistently nailing good television on the head with the mini-series Agent Carter. It’s a show that hasn’t yet reached the UK shores, but I’m telling you now it’s a show that deserves far more than it’s limited 8 episode run. For starters it’s centred […]