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Leaving the Badlands – The legacy of Into the Badlands

by Peter Ray Allisonon 23/05/2019
This year we have witnessed the conclusion of numerous sci-fi and fantasy epics, from Game of Thrones to the Marvel cinematic universe.  However, one has gone largely unremarked, despite being one of the most original pieces of television in recent years.  This was Into the Badlands. Into the Badlands is best described as a post-apocalyptic […]

The Summoner – Short Film Review

by redshirtjamieon 28/06/2017
“In a world where spirits of the dead are the most pervasive and dangerous threat we face, the public must call upon the skills of an enigmatic ghost-hunter who gets more than he bargained for facing the most deadly threat of his career.” Imagine if The Exorcist was stuffed into a blender with a Greggs […]

Alien Covenant trailer reaction (better late than never!)

by Dave Foyon 13/01/2017
Alien Covenant trailer reaction (better late than never!) This is going to be a relatively similar to an article that I wrote just over a year ago, sorry! But that’s what happens when you’re an Alien megafan,and obsess over every tiny piece of news/footage that’s released. At that time, the buzz around the Alien franchise had been peaked […]

Dave’s Cultamania: Pro Wrestling and the Movie Industry

by Dave Foyon 19/10/2016
So you may well be thinking to yourself “why the hell is an article about ‘wrestling’ appearing on Geek-Pride?!”  Well, as we rapidly approach the last major professional wrestling event of the year (WWE Survivor Series), I thought it would be an ideal time to drop some sort of article regarding something that has been […]

Jean-Claude Van Johnson

by redshirtjamieon 02/09/2016
I knew this man had something more to offer us than the rest of the 80s and 90s action stars when I saw this scene. After a brief stay at whichever resort old school action heroes trundle off to after their flame burns out, Jean-Claude Van Damme AKA The Muscles from Brussels started to slowly […]

2000AD publisher Rebellion buys huge archive of British comics

by Andy Haighon 26/08/2016
In news that will make British readers of a certain age rather nostalgic the BBC reports Rebellion, the owners of British comics mainstay 2000AD, have just purchased the Fleetway archive from Egmont. The haul, one of the biggest publishing deals in decades, includes numerous out of print titles from the 70’s and 80’s. Some of […]

No Man’s Sky, Is It Everything We Hoped For?

by Lauren Crofton 11/08/2016
No Man’s Sky has officially landed and considering it’s previous hiccups it seems to be causing quite a stir. Normally I’d form an opinion and write a review upon finishing a game, but considering the sheer size of No Man’s Sky that’s never going to happen, so I’m going with my gut on this one. […]

Dave’s Cultamania: Marvel Movies – the B-Movie years

by Dave Foyon 25/05/2016
Dave’s Cultamania: Marvel Movies – the B-Movie years With the current Marvel cinematic saga entering its self-proclaimed ‘Phase Three’ with the recent release of the fantastic Captain America: Civil War, and now subsequent movies planned right up until 2019 – it’s fair to say that Marvel Studios is currently on the crest of a wave; […]

Breaking Down the Independence Day Resurgence Trailer

by trekkiemarkon 22/04/2016
As far as blockbusters go Independence Day stands up there with the best of them and even after twenty years its perfect mix of CGI and physical graphics still hold up. Now in 2016, the city swatting aliens are back with a vengeance and here to rid the world of our popular tourist photo hotspots […]

A Tale of UnEpic Proportions

by MrCraiggyon 16/04/2016
If you hadn’t guessed by now, I’m somewhat partial to a good adventure. I like to go to new places, I like to experience new things, I like the fantasy and wonderment of literature, film and game. It’s no surprise then that when a game such as UnEpic comes along, it pops up on my […]