Wes Craven, Legendary Horror Director, Dead at 76

by Jeff Fountainon August 31, 2015
Best known for his hugely successful horror franchises A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream, Wes Craven has passed away, losing a battle with brain cancer. Horror fans will know Craven from his earlier work, the polarizing The Last House on the Left and the road trip from hell The Hills Have Eyes, before he […]
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The Geeky Weekly: August 23 – August 30

by Laura Cerroneon August 30, 2015
Good-bye August, it’s like we hardly knew you. I hope you all had sun-filled summers and didn’t spend too much time in your caves knocking off baddies in your preferred first-person shooter. School’s are starting up and it’s time to put the pool toys away. This week features a ton of video game news, perhaps […]


Power Cubed #1: A Whole Lot Of Power In A Little Box

by John Fitzsimonson August 28, 2015
What if you could create anything, using only your mind and a nifty little bit of alien tech? That’s the premise of Power Cubed, an extremely pretty new book out this week from Dark Horse Comics, written and illustrated by Aaron Lopresti (Incredible Hulk, Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman). This first issue introduces us to Kenny, an […]

Interview: Phil LaMarr Talks MADtv, Pulp Fiction and Fan Expo Toronto

by Jeff Fountainon August 27, 2015
In one week, Phil LaMarr will be attending North America’s third largest convention in Toronto, Fan Expo Canada. This will give fans the opportunity to meet him, as well as participate in a Q&A and get photos with him. Recently, we had the chance to talk to LaMarr about his acting career including MADtv, his […]

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Can the Chrononauts Land in Hollywood?

by Laura Cerroneon August 27, 2015
Mark Millar is a name associated with the Midas Touch of comic books. Scribing Kick-Ass, Wanted, Kingsmen: The Secret Service, Marvel’s Civil War, Superman: Red Son, and many other big titles, one of Millar’s latest projects is catching attention. Millar and Sean Gordon Murphy’s Chrononauts is just about ready for the movie script treatment. Chrononauts […]

Toshiro Mifune to Receive Star on Walk of Fame

by Marcon August 27, 2015
The legendary Kurosawa-era actor is to be honoured with his own star on the walk of fame.


Why The Wicked + The Divine #13 Is The Most Important Comic of 2015

by John Fitzsimonson August 25, 2015
The Wicked + The Divine has been one of the big Image Comics success stories of the last couple of years, generating a huge, passionate following. It’s not difficult to see why, with fantastic writing and art throughout the book’s run thus far. It’s also, perhaps most importantly, a comic with something to say. And […]
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The Geeky Weekly: August 16 – August 23

by Laura Cerroneon August 23, 2015
  The date today does not lie; it is in fact the home stretch of summer. But fortunate for fans like us that means fall television kicks back up with some of our favorite series and introduces us to new ones. There is time to wash out cosplays that have been sweated, stained, and stomped […]


[X15] Everything You Need to Know About Halo 5: Guardians

by Steph Mernaghon August 21, 2015
On Wednesday August 19th the GCE team were invited to what we can only describe as “Nerdvana”. Situated in a venue usually reserved for large rock concerts, Xbox Canada held X15, their yearly showcase of new and exciting games and hardware for Microsoft. The first thing that we noticed when we walked in was the […]

Comics To Help You Forget The Fantastic Four Film

by John Fitzsimonson August 21, 2015
The latest attempt at a Fantastic Four film has been something of a disaster. Panned by fans and critics alike, with all sorts of lurid rumours about the antics of director Josh Trank and just how much of the film had to be reshot, the film has tanked at the box office. What is it […]