Ghost in the Shell is a multi-media story franchise that started out life in 1989 as a manga in Young Magazine, a weekly adult male manga (known in Japan as seinen manga). Since its original year and... more
There are certain skills that will serve you well when you are gambling. Of course there is an element of luck involved – but there are betting odds for good reason. The ability to analyse data... more
Science Fiction has always had a preference for the larger than life, whether it be giant robots dating back to H.G. Wells War Of The Worlds (1898), where upon giant Martian tripods landed on earth... more
As a long-time fan of the original Max Brooks novel I wanted to glean what I could about how Brad Pitt and Hollywood dealt with World War Z in film without actually having to pay the £6 to see it in... more
The Christopher Nolan Batman series might be over, but the Dark Knight still holds power in the imagination of children and adults all over the world. Until the next Caped Crusader movie arrives,... more
A Nerd Abroad Are The Travelogues Of BAD HAVEN’s dedicated Cruise Ship resident James Randall Coath, in his continuing quest to find Nerdy s**t in the multitudes of different countries he’s been... more
There are some great apps out there designed to allow users to watch movies on their phones or tablet devices whilst on the move, from LOVEFiLM to Netflix. With the development of new movie-watching... more
History is something that most of us came to find considerably more interesting when we left school and weren't being forced to study it and/or listen to the senile ramblings of our grandparents as... more
Brick Tube from Machinima is the latest in a series of cool little Lego animation shorts, this one set in the Aliens universe and pitting a Colonial Marine bad-ass against the ultimate space bitch;... more
Isaac Asimov has a curious legacy. The man himself was a professor of Biochemistry, but his name is synonymous not with the biological, but with the mechanical, and more specifically the Robotic (a... more
Over at the Haven we're big Star Trek fans, so when prop-meister Tony Swatton decides he's going to go ahead and craft a Klingon Bat'leth using his bad-ass metal work skills we were like, totally... more
We've posted some Craig Drake art deco stuff before, because there's no denying his work is super stylish and right up our nerd sensibilities alley.
His latest is Han and Lando re-designed as a... more
Ninja Turtles are one thing, but did you know that the tiny reptiles have recently debuted their previously undocumented 'Force' abilities? No.
Well check out these vids below and prepare to be... more