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I've been addressing the Geek Nation variously online, on radio and in print since 1998. This is my official home on the World Wide Web. Come on in, look around and make yourself at home.
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Shocktober 2018: The 13 Screams of Halloween #7: Tombs of the Blind Dead (1972)
Shocktober 2018: The 13 Screams of Halloween #8: The Changeling (1980)
Shocktober 2018: The 13 Screams of Halloween #9: The Night Stalker (1972)
An unashamed love letter review of my favourite horror film of all time - Halloween (1978), back on the big screen for its 40th anniversary
Shocktober 2018: The 13 Screams of Halloween #10: The Creeping Flesh (1973)
Shocktober 2018: The 13 Screams of Halloween #11: The Blood Beast Terror (1967)
Venom - not as toxic as you might think. Review here.
Shocktober 2018: The 13 screams of Halloween #12: The Devil's Rain (1975)
Shocktober 2018 is here. Presenting The 13 Screams of Halloween. Counting down from 13, Let's visit The Old Dark House (1932)
Make time to see The House With the Clock in its Walls - reviewed here.
Not just a common, ordinary predator, but THE Predator is reviewed right here.
Want to take a look at the sheer geekgasm that was the DC Comics Exhibition in London? Click here.
My praise for The Slender Man might be a little thin.
From deep in the Hundred Acre Wood, comes one of the best films of the year. Christopher Robin reviewed.
They're definitely gonna need a bigger boat to catch THIS jurassic shark. The Meg reviewed here.
It might only be early August, but we like something to look forward to - right? Shocktober is back and rapidly creeping up on us. Details HERE.
Ant-Man and the Wasp reviewed here. Warning, it comes with a sting.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom shows the franchaise isn't extinct yet. Review here.
Solo - A one hit wonder? Find out here.
Thanos has arrived and demands your attention. Avengers: Infinity War reviewed.
Shhhhhhhhh........the review of A Quiet Place is here.
Reviewed - the geek overload that Spielberg presents in Ready Player One.
Del Toro's The Shape of Water is far from formless and wet.
The Black Panther pounces on to the screen, and here's the review.
Let's name and shame The Good, The Bad and The Fugly of 2017.
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