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Transformers: The Last Knight – Not-so good knight?

by Mark Cantyon 29/06/2017
Ok, so let's get the important things over with first. Yes, there's an obscene number of explosions. Yes, there's lots of giant robots, and a generous sprinkling of offensive stereotypes. Yes, there's some long, gratuitous, pornographic shots of expensive American Military kit in Luridly oversaturated colour.... Oh, and there's a huge 3 headed flying robot dragon that's actually a combiner made up of 12 ancient Transformers. Only in a Michael Bay film could the last part be a footnote.

Transformers Spotted in London

by Matt Gearyon 28/06/2017
In celebration of Transformers: The Last Knight hitting the big screen last week we were sent a load of great pictures by artist and photographer Darryl Jones capturing the film’s most iconic characters in street scenes around the Capital. Check out the story and photos below: The motley crew of Transformers figurines including new favourite Sqweeks, […]

Nerd Block Classic: March 2017

by xdustineflxon 23/03/2017
Okay, if you were with me last month (and chances are, you weren’t), you know I was disappointed with the box on a whole. This month, the theme is “Team-Up”, which sounds like it has potential. Can Nerd Block bounce back after the blunder? Let’s find out. The first franchise this month is the Power Rangers.  […]

Nerd Block Classic: December 2016

by xdustineflxon 30/12/2016
Alright, it’s time for the last Nerd Block Classic of the year, and the theme for this month is Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which you might remember from last month’s review. I was pretty excited about this due to my love of Star Wars (and the fact that Rogue One was just magnificent. If you […]

Geek Fuel: August 2016 Box

by xdustineflxon 21/08/2016
This month, we got our second box from Geek Fuel. After last month’s box was pretty decent on a whole, we decided to give Geek Fuel (and Nerd Block) at least one more month before we decided whether or not we’d keep the subscriptions. Was this month as good as last month? Let’s take a […]

Nerd Block Classic: July 2016 Box

by xdustineflxon 23/07/2016
In addition to Geek Fuel, one of the subscription boxes I’m trying out is Nerd Block. I had heard good things about it from several friends, so it was worth a shot. The cool thing about Nerd Block is there are several themes you can choose from-Horror, Sci-Fi, Arcade, Kids, etc.-and you can swap between […]

Film News Round-Up: James Bond, Deadpool, Transformers and More

by Becca Harperon 28/03/2015
Let’s kick off with the exciting stuff shall we, namely Bond, James Bond, and the release of the first trailer for SPECTRE. Following shortly after the events of Skyfall, Bond has a secret that he won’t trust anyone with and it seems he must go on a journey to uncover some kind of terrible truth. Secrets, […]

Stop motion Transformers short shows Michael Bay up in style

by Andy Haighon 03/07/2014
So Michael Bay’s latest slice of braindead cg infused explosions with something vaguely resembling a plot and characters maybe might be here, it might have also defied the rules of nature and the universe and made a ridiculous amount of money too (ensuring Bay never changes his approach to film ever, you did this to […]

Alien Invasions and Dinobot-Riding Action in the latest Transformers: Age of Extinction trailer!

by Chris Batemanon 15/05/2014
The second trailer for Michael Bay’s upcoming Transformers: Age of Extinction is out now! Featuring menacing government agencies, Earth-invasions and, most importantly, Optimus Prime riding a Dinobot, Extinction is certainly looking set to be another fun, mindless, CGI-fest, full of robot-on-robot action (no, not that kind.). Check it out below:   Transformers: Age of Extinction […]

Wales Comic Con: Sunday 27th April

by Hani Fearonon 23/04/2014
Sunday 27th April sees the arrival of what is fast becoming one of my favourite annual events, Wales Comic Con. The event, which was first organised by Jaime Milner with Mercury Promotions in 2008, is held annually at Glyndŵr University in Wrexham, just outside of Chester in the North West. Last year’s event had over […]