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Geek Pride’s Big Question #4 – Spoilers

by Matt Gearyon 27/06/2016
Matt Talks to the Con going public at London MCM about when it is ok to talk openly about films and TV series on your Facebook feed. 1 week, 1 month, 1 year.. never? What do you think? Let us know in the comments below and make sure to like, share and subscribe

Spotlight On: Bardic Broadcasts – A Cracking YouTuber

by Ben Feeon 14/06/2016
If you venture into the vast Forests of YouTube, you would be quite forgiven for thinking that the trees themselves were made of unboxing videos, so ubiquitous have they become in recent years. But, if you look a little closer, you may find, under all the noise and surprise eggs, a bearded man fumbling at […]

Is Fair Use Abuse a Thing of the Past?

by jollinson 30/05/2016
I’m sure that most of you who spend a lot of time on YouTube and follow one or more of the top guns are aware there is a huge problem with fair use abuse. Often people are known for exploiting the law to their advantage in order to monetise another person’s video for merely mentioning […]

A Beautiful Planet – IMAX 3D Premier

by Mark Cantyon 25/05/2016
"A Beautiful Planet" is breathtaking, especially in IMAX 3D - It's totally immersive. Toni said in her introductory speech that what made the most impressive footage possible was the Cupola Module, with it's clear view of the earth passing below the ISS. It's hard to believe that you'd ever want to do anything but look out the window while there. The view is breathtaking.

Rooftop Retro: Lost Format Society

by Andrew Corbanon 29/04/2016
What can you do on top of an NCP in Croydon on a Wednesday? Enjoy an evening of drinks, food and a good movie of course! The Lost Format Society is a rooftop bar and cinema located in Croydon town centre it is not only a cinematic experience but also doubles as a night out […]

History of Japan – the best thing on the Internet ever

by Matt Gearyon 05/04/2016
One of my colleagues posted this video on her Facebook feed a while back, with the tag line over it saying it was the “greatest thing on the Internet. “A bold statement i thought to myself. Now I’m a History Geek so History videos, documentaries and films, are pretty Rock and Roll as it stands […]

Bye Bye, BBC Three

by trekkiemarkon 09/02/2016
  When it was launched in 2003, BBC Three’s remit was “to bring younger audiences (16-34) high quality public service broadcasting through a mixed-genre schedule of innovative UK content featuring new UK talent.” Nearly thirteen years on and the BBC will be pulling the plug on the young station, slashing its budget by 50% and […]

From Bedrooms to Billions

by Liam_Anthony84on 18/10/2015
Film title: From Bedrooms to Billions Director: Anthony and Nicola Caulfield Starring: Peter Molyneux, Jeff Minter, Dave Perry and many more. Release date: 3rd October Certificate: E Available to watch via DVD/Blu-Ray & Netflix. I haven’t seen many documentaries that cover video games and their history, and of the few that I have seen such as Video […]

Trailer Released for The Gamechangers from the BBC

by Daniel Delargyon 04/09/2015
Now, most of the entertainment news comes from America, with the exception of certain geeky-British shows such as Doctor Who and Sherlock. This is something entirely different, but still entirely geeky and wholly interesting. Made by the BBC, The Gamechangers is a 90-minute dramatisation of the legal battle between Rockstar and Jack Thompson, the US lawyer who sought tighter […]