Category Archives: FILM

The Killing Joke and “Bad Timing” Only Prove the Timelessness of Patriarchal Rape Narratives

Recently, a heart-wrenching account of survival ushered forth into the land of viral media. The publication of the “Stanford Vict [...]

Issue #8 Breaking Boundaries

GEEKS! Thanks to all of you lovely folks who have transferred your Kickstarter pledges over to our paypal page, we are well on the road to p [...]

Getting Your Money’s Worth

Hey GEEKS, As most of you know, we’re currently running a Kickstarter in order to bring the next issue of GEEKED back into print (as w [...]

It’s Our Birthday! And… CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS! WOOO!

GEEKS! Because today is our second birthday (aren’t we cute? BABY HULK SMASH NOMMY BIRTHDAY CAKE) we’ve decided to roll out some [...]

I saw Begin Again and now I’m pissed off by Riven Alyx Buckley

Well folks, I’ve just got back from seeing Begin Again at the cinema, and I have to tell you: I’m pissed off. I’m pissed off because I [...]

Choose Your Own Adventure Feminism: The Multiple Narratives of Maleficent

OK so first, a whole bunch of disclaimers: -I know that Maleficent has been out for many many moons by now which is why I had given up on w [...]

London Film & Comic Con Preview + Day 1

GEEKS! We’ve been at LFCC this weekend and so far, so awesome! We’re sharing the table with Buckley’s Boomsticks run by o [...]

Call for Submissions: The Sexy Issue!

It’s that time again… NEW ISSUE TIME!! WOOP WOOP! We are SO stoked about the next issue and as ever, we need YOU to make it happ [...]

Daughters of Anarchy by Elodie Vidal

I don’t know where this girl came from, but I can see her clearly in my mind’s eye. She leans against her Harley Davidson in the Califor [...]

Call for Submissions: The Intersectionality Issue

Intersectionality [in-ter-sek-shuhnal-i-tee]: a term (based on prior social theory) coined in 1989 by feminist theorist Kimberlé Williams [...]

London Film and Comic Con Cosplay Top 10 by Beth Slater

Whilst the Geeked table was enjoying the hours of endless fun at London Film and Comic Con in Earl’s Court 2 over the weekend, we couldn& [...]

Gendered Fantasies and Fears in Science Fiction by Emerald Elizabeth

The divide between different male fantasies seems vast, but they all seem to stem from a similar desire. Power. In spy novels, the main char [...]

MCMExpo: The Final Roundup

We have come to the end of our first ComicCon as GEEKED and we really could not be more pleased, proud and pooped! We made new friends, sold [...]

Table of Contents for The Illustration Issue

A HUGE thanks to Marma Gilligan (who will receive a copy of Issue One, Issue Two and a voucher for free Anna Mae’s mac n’ chee [...]

Violation: The Birth of a Film by Celina Wilde

I remember the moment my resolve solidified to write a film about the emotional impact of rape. It was an idea I had toyed with for a while, [...]

Alternative Weddings by Beth Slater

Weddings, we all know what to expect. The weeping mother of the bride; nervous speeches; big dresses; bigger hats; awkward seating plans; ad [...]

The Revolution Has Been Televised – a film by Empiyah x PHD LDN

Here is a touching and beautifully shot, short film by the people at Empiyah (featuring in our second issue) and PHD LDN ‘The Revoluti [...]
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