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Cosplay from MCM Birmingham Comic Con – November 2017

by Rach Griffithson 28/11/2017
No edition of MCM Birmingham Comic Con would be complete without the vast array of costumes on show from the various cosplayers in attendance. Varying from accurate representations of much loved characters through to imaginative cross-overs, there was a wealth of work and creativity on show throughout. Here is a selection of just some of […]

Po-Zu launch Star Wars inspired footwear

by Peter Ray Allisonon 24/11/2017
Finding geek-wear for the ethically-minded has always been tricky at best.  Often, geek clothing was manufactured to meet the exacting demands of fans , with little to no thought as to the environmental sustainability, use of animal products or fair deals for workers in the supply chain. Until now… Ethical clothing company Po-Zu have been […]

MCM Birmingham Comic Con – November 2017: Is that a chicken?

by Peter Ray Allisonon 24/11/2017
Wandering into MCM Birmingham Comic Con for the first time, you may be excused for being awestruck for a moment.  The entrance is a visual assault on the senses, with banners hanging from the ceiling, videos playing non-stop on the monitors and hordes of costumers of surrounding you. From traders and authors, to cars and […]

Syfy’s Ghost Wars

by Deepdarkredon 10/11/2017
Ghost Wars is one of the latest SyFy shows to come out this fall. With 6 episodes under the belt already, the show has had time to both find its footing and an audience, but what is Ghost Wars all about? And is it worth the watch? To answer the first question, the show is […]

Potential Spoilers for the fate of 2 characters in the last Jedi.

by Matt Gearyon 18/10/2017
It would seem that once again a trailer and promotional material have given away major plot points in an upcoming film, in this case the newest Star Wars: The Last Jedi. First off if you don’t want to read about spoilers then turn back now, read no further because spoilers there be! > > > […]

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 […]

Cosplay from SFW in the City

by Peter Ray Allisonon 16/10/2017
One of the highlights of Sci Fi Weekender in the City was the diverse costumes worn by the talented cosplayers there.  The sheer breadth of cosplay ranged from faithful recreations of those worn on screen to imaginative re-envisioning of iconic characters. Here, in no particular order, is just a fraction of some of the fantastic […]

Sci-Fi Weekender in the City 2017

by Peter Ray Allisonon 12/10/2017
Sci-Fi Weekender (SFW), the largest science-fiction festival in Europe and only event of its kind in the UK, launched its new satellite event last weeked in Sheffield. Peter Ray Allison investigates.

The Road to 2049: An Anthology of Short Films

by Daniel Delargyon 03/10/2017
In preparation for his upcoming sequel to the acclaimed cult film Blade Runner – the iconic adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep – director Denis Villeneuve had a lot to think about going into the future of an already truly futuristic film. In order to help build the world of Blade […]

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 […]
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