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Adam West dies at age 88

by Matt Gearyon 10/06/2017
It is with great sadness that we must inform you that Adam West, Pop culture hero and all round great guy, has died at age 88. Best known for his 60s Batman, West struggled to get parts after the series was cancelled only to come back with one of his most memorable roles as the […]

This time it’s more – The Alien: Covenant box

by Peter Ray Allisonon 08/06/2017
Celebrating the release of Alien: Covenant, which might not be as great as Aliens is still not as bad as Prometheus or Alien vs Predator: Requiem, A-Box will be releasing their Alien: Covenant box.

MCM London Comic Con May 2017

by Daniel Delargyon 05/06/2017
It’s Friday, and despite the fact that the ExCel Station is closed this isn’t deterring commuters from taking the DLR to MCM London this May. The train was packed with a collection of colourful cosplays, featuring people dressed from top to toe in their choice of clothing. Over the course of three days, the London […]

The beginners guide to building the best website for your SME

by Andrew Corbanon 29/05/2017
With all the help that the Internet has to offer these days, it’s never been easier to set up a website for your business, no matter how small or big your new enterprise is. The available website builders that have become well-known, such as Wix, Squarespace, and GoDaddy, offer templates and professional designs that you […]

Final trailer for Luc Besson’s Valerian is here

by Andy Haighon 26/05/2017
The final trailer for Luc Besson’s upcoming Valerian just appeared, and it further emphasises that it will be an eye popping visual feast featuring a vast sci-fi world full of colourful aliens, robots and more besides. Adapted from the long running and influential French comic Valérian et Laureline by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude […]

Zack Snyder no longer directing Justice League film after family tragedy

by Matt Gearyon 23/05/2017
It is sad news to find out that, after the suicide of his 20 year old daughter, Autumn, Zach Snyder is taking a step back from directing the Justice League film to spend time with his family. He told the Hollywood Reporter: “I’ve decided to take a step back from the movie to be with […]

Farsight – A Preview

by Bevan Clatworthyon 28/04/2017
So those that know me, also know I’m a complete sucker for anything mecha. BattleTech, Gundam, Armored Core, I love the idea of chunky bots piloted to war all guns blazing as they stride into battle. So when Farsight, the latest game from Braincrack Games designer Jamie Jolly and developer Lewis Shaw, came across my […]

Starfest 2017

by xdustineflxon 26/04/2017
This past weekend, I attended my first Starfest convention (on behalf of Geek Pride), the 40th anniversary of the event. Mainly a Star Trek/Star Wars festival, over the years, it has grown to include guests, activities, etc. from all different sci-fi and horror franchises. This year, everything from Firefly to Doctor Who to Dark Matter got covered (as well as […]

Anoxemia

by Bevan Clatworthyon 12/04/2017
The fear of the deep blue is one that a lot of people, myself included share. Drowning, sharks, the darkness swallowing you up as you sink down into the watery depths, it all evokes a sense of trepidation, a sense of being out of control and dying in painful, terror filled dread. Have I set […]

Stephen King’s IT set to terrify new generation as first trailer appears

by Andy Haighon 30/03/2017
The upcoming new adaptation of Stephen King’s classic story IT, a story which for many will be associated with Tim Curry’s turn as Pennywise in the miniseries from 1990, has had a rather problematic history to date. Originally set to be directed by acclaimed Beasts of No Nation and True Detective director Cary Fukunaga, with […]