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Who ya Gonna Call? Good Question.

by joshkingofgeekson 19/07/2016
I’ve spent the last 24 hours staring at my laptop screen with a blank document staring back at me. It wasn’t writers block, anxiety, or even not knowing what to write –  no, instead it was a case of being unsure of how to start, where to go, how to conclude, and in an honest and […]

You talkin’ to me? Taxi Driver at 40 and 5 facts you didn’t know

by trekkiemarkon 09/02/2016
This year marks the 40th anniversary of one of the most influential films ever made; Taxi Driver. When it was premièred in America on 8th February 1976 it was considered, by some critics, to be quite violent whilst others praised its brooding score and dark cinematic tones. Reminds you that Robert De Niro actually made […]

The Pandorica Opens

by GuruMelon 11/08/2014
No, I haven’t randomly decided to review a 4 year old Dr Who episode. A new Dr Who themed restaurant has opened in Beacon, New York. The Pandorica, formerly the Cup and Saucer British Restaurant, has recently relaunched hosting a cosplay launch party at the start of July. The restaurant is run by a lady […]

Mike N’ Nick’s Gentlemanly Chats ep 9: EXCLUSIVE CHRIS ECCLESTON NEWS

by The_Dark_Mikeon 04/03/2014
Happy #talkietuesdays  everyone. Please believe our hyperbolic title; it’s true! Nick regails us with his trip to New York, while I try to figure out where he went using Spiderman Web of Shadows as a reference point. I am then bemused. Nick also met Doctor Who. Check it out here.

DMZ: Graphic Novel Review -7 GPP

by Stephen Breweron 19/04/2013
Considering the number of graphic novel reviews I’m doing that are under the ‘Vertigo’ label, I feel that I should be on their pay roll (I swear I’m not). It’s just that all the series they produce, I really like. Whether it’s “100 bullets”, “Y: The Last Man”, “DMZ” or “Transmetropolitan”, they have one thing in common, they are exceedingly well written and drawn.