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Did Alden Ehrenreich’s Han Solo Live Up to Harrison Ford’s?

by Andrew Corbanon 25/05/2018
  Geek Pride previously wrote about how some of the new Star Wars movies don’t measure up to the greatness of the original 70s to 80s trilogy. While Rogue One was without a doubt one of the most impressive additions to the franchise, other recent ones like The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi were […]

Avengers Infinity War – A Masterpiece, shame about the end.

by Matt Gearyon 03/05/2018
WARNING SPOILERS ALL UP IN YOUR FACE   Check out our podcast at the end of the article! I’ve enjoyed every Marvel film release since Iron man. Granted some have been slightly lower on the scale than others but all have been great and enjoyable films and Infinity War is no exception.The question is does […]

THE RALPHIES – BEST OF 2017 AWARDS

by Matt Gearyon 14/02/2018
That’s it Ladies and Gents, the nominations are in and the votes have been cast by your fair hand.. there is no going backnow. Below is our 2017 Best of awards. Should you like to see all the results, in pie chart form no less, then scroll to the bottom of the page where there […]

Tobe Hooper 1943-2017 – A Retrospective

by Dave Foyon 19/09/2017
First Wes Craven, then George A. Romero, and now Tobe Hooper…having to write these types of article has unfortunately become a regular occurrence lately. Having to eulogise movie icons in 2000 words or less is a difficult task at the best of times, but when they have had such an impact on your personal movie […]

Plume Varia: Fact|Fiction (Review)

by xdustineflxon 18/09/2017
  I first saw Plume Varia live in concert in 2015, when they opened for one of my favourite current bands, In the Valley Below. I instantly fell in love thanks to their unique presence and sound, and it was an honour when they reached out to me to have them review their latest album Fact|Fiction. […]

Review: Sugarplum Chronicles

by xdustineflxon 15/09/2017
Sugarplum Chronicles is an upcoming game that will be launched on Kickstarter on October 2nd and I got my hands on an advance copy to put it through its paces.Uh SP is kind of a mash-up of Candy Land and a role-playing game. A curse has fallen over the land of Sugarplum, with no one sitting on the Frosted […]

Firefly Cargo Crate 009: Going Mad

by xdustineflxon 11/08/2017
Hey, everyone (all zero of you). I’m back with another review in the Firefly Cargo Crate series. This time, the theme is “Going Mad”, with a focus on Serenity’s resident doctor, Simon Tam. As always, let’s take care of the sticker first.   Londinium, as you can see by the sticker, is the capital of […]

Denver Comic-Con 2017, Part 1: Celebrities

by xdustineflxon 08/08/2017
At the beginning of July, I attended the 6th annual Denver Comic-Con, along with my wife and daughter. We have attended every year since its inception, and it’s the one event in the area we do not miss every year. Tons of celebrities, cosplay, booths, artists, merchandise and more spread across three days of fun. […]

Little Finger: The Winner of the Game of Thrones

by Matt Gearyon 31/07/2017
Ok, as the title suggests this is a piece about Little Finger (Petyr Baelish ) but just in case some of you aren’t up to speed with the whole ‘Game of Thrones’ thang, then read no further because there will be spoilers, speculations and predictions ahead…. – – – – Now what i’m about to […]

Firefly Cargo Crate 008: No Power in the ‘Verse

by xdustineflxon 06/06/2017
I’m back with another review for the oh-so-good Firefly Cargo Crate series. As I said last month, this month’s theme is “No Power in the ‘Verse”, dedicated to River Tam. River is one of the best sci-fi characters ever created (in my opinion, at least), so I’m looking forward to what’s in store this time […]