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Fan film Never Hike Alone rejuvenates Friday The 13th

by Andy Haighon 17/10/2017
Friday The 13th is one of the biggest franchises in horror film history. Jason Vorhees, the hockey mask wearing killer, has long been absorbed into the pop culture landscape but in terms of film the franchise has been pretty dead since a failed attempt to reboot it in 2009. Then a further attempt to revive […]

Dust and Decay – Chapter 25 – By Sean P. Wallace

by SeanPWallaceon 05/10/2017
Want to know what’s happening? The first book Dust and Sand was serialised here at Geek Pride. A summary is available here. You can also buy the definitive edition of Dust and Sand at all good eBook stores. General Ryman woke at old Lincoln’s crow. Rose slowly to consciousness. Warm, red light spilled into his bedroom, drenching […]

SmartHalo – Making cycling smarter

by Peter Ray Allisonon 21/09/2017
Ride a bicycle? Sick of only petrolheads having fancy satnavs and touchscreen displays? Then, the SmartHalo might be of interest… The SmartHalo is a smart device that claims it can be fitted to any bicycle.  This, potentially, allows any bike to be turned into a smart bike, without having to pay hundreds of pounds. Once […]

New Fist of the North Star game announced

by Andy Haighon 28/08/2017
“You are already dead”. Depending on your age and how much parental supervision you had as a kid that phrase is possibly etched into your memory as the  memorable phrase spoken by Kenshiro just before someone’s head exploded. Kenshiro is the main star of Hokuto no Ken, or as it’s known in the West Fist […]

Burning Rome – A preview

by Bevan Clatworthyon 11/08/2017
Veni, vidi, vici! I spotted this little beauty whilst trawelling the wilds of Facebook, popping up in my FB feed like a Spartan assaulting a man-god-thing. But past the gorgeous artwork lies an interesting card game of war and tactics set in the ancient Roman era. Suitable for 1 on 1 or 2 v2 team […]

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. […]

Highlighting Horror

by Peter Ray Allisonon 03/08/2017
For those with literary leanings and wish to exercise their quills, the Horror Writers Association have organised a script-writing event. Through interviews, panel discussions and screenings, attendees will have an unmissable opportunity to learn how to write and sell a script from leading members of the UK horror industry, with a number of very special […]

New Goose Bump Inducing Stranger Things Season 2 Trailer

by Becca Harperon 24/07/2017
  Everyone’s favourite Hawkin’s residents are back (except Barbara) in this first goose bump inducing trailer for Stranger Things season 2. Prepare for continued 80’s nostalgia with the trailer opening in the arcade the kids enjoying the game Dragon’s Lair, but Will is not having a good time. He may have escaped the Upside Down […]

Second trailer for Marvel’s Inhumans attempts to make up for first

by Andy Haighon 21/07/2017
The second trailer for Marvel’s Inhumans is here and it’s really not doing a good job of selling itself. The upcoming Inhumans series debut trailer didn’t exactly win potential fans over. The characters were wearing seemingly cheap and bland looking costumes, they were walking along corridors in a bland and cheap looking set. Worse though […]

Horror icon George A. Romero passes away aged 77

by Dave Foyon 21/07/2017
First things first, I don’t normally do the whole ‘celebrity death’ thing. People die – it’s a normal occurrence – and eventually all of our childhood heroes will die too. It may be a shock when it happens, it may hit us harder than the death of some other randomer – sometimes it may even […]