Mark Harrison

Mark is a writer from Middlesbrough, who once drunkenly tried (and failed) to pitch a film about his hometown to a director from Pixar. Fortunately, he also has several other projects on the boil, including feature film scripts, and writing and performing comedy sketches with Cheap Craic. His writing for Den Of Geek is largely either about Doctor Who, or the question "What does Hollywood think it's playing at?" Mark also reviews new cinema releases and TV shows at The Mad Prophet.

Recent articles by Mark Harrison

The Losers: revisiting an overlooked comic book movie

Mark Harrison Feature
Dec 9, 2015

2010's The Losers, starring Chris Evans, Idris Elba and Zoe Saldana, is a comic book movie that deserves another look...

Christmas With The Coopers review

Mark Harrison Review
Dec 7, 2015

John Goodman and Diane Keaton breathe life into Christmas With The Coopers. Here's our review.

Bridge Of Spies review

Mark Harrison Review
Nov 26, 2015

Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks come back together for Bridge Of Spies. Here's our review...

Looking back at Mr. Show With Bob & David

Mark Harrison Feature
Nov 13, 2015

As Bob Odenkirk and David Cross reunite for Netflix's W/Bob & David, we revisit the pair's original comedy series, Mr. Show...

Burnt review

Mark Harrison Review
Nov 10, 2015

Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller star in Burnt - but it's a sizeable misfire...

Brooklyn review

Mark Harrison Review
Nov 10, 2015

Fancy checking out one of the best films of the year? Here's our review of Brooklyn, starring Saiorse Ronan.

Kill Your Friends review

Mark Harrison Review
Nov 9, 2015

Nicholas Hoult takes the lead in Kill Your Friends, the big screen take on John Niven's novel. Here's our review...

25 great movie performances by actors in multiple roles

Mark Harrison Feature
Nov 6, 2015

From Thomas F Wilson in Back To The Future to Nicolas Cage and John Travolta in Face/Off - when actors play multiple roles...

Spectre: 13 spoiler-y questions answered

Mark Harrison Feature
Oct 30, 2015

The new James Bond film, Spectre, leaves lots of questions behind. We try and answer some of them here...

James Bond: a history in 25 objects

Mark Harrison Feature
Oct 23, 2015

From the Walther PPK to the invisible car - we chart the James Bond series through some of its infamous objects...

Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension review

Mark Harrison Review
Oct 22, 2015

Meet the Paranormal Activity film that promises to wrap the series up! Here's our review of The Ghost Dimension...

Quiz Show, Slumdog Millionaire and game shows on film

Mark Harrison Feature
Oct 15, 2015

The portrayal of the TV game show on film has varied over the years. We take a look at some of the more notable moments...

SuperBob review

Mark Harrison Review
Oct 15, 2015

Britain's first superhero heads to the screen - and SuperBob is an absolute treat. Here's our review...

Miss You Already review

Mark Harrison Review
Sep 29, 2015

Toni Collette and Drew Barrymore star in a new comedy drama, about friends facing illness. Here's our review...

Doctor Who: 42 characters who died and came back to life

Mark Harrison Feature
Sep 18, 2015

It's not just Rory. These 42 Doctor Who characters have all, in their own way, died and been resurrected...

18 toys and board games currently being turned into movies

Mark Harrison Feature
Sep 10, 2015

Barbie, Clue, Playmobil, Monopoly? They're all on their way to the movies...

Strange Magic review

Mark Harrison Review
Aug 23, 2015

George Lucas produces the ILM animated fantasy, Strange Magic. Here's Mark's review of a curious genre mash-up...

The DUFF DVD review

Mark Harrison Review
Aug 18, 2015

Arrested Development's Mae Whitman stars in this funny, sharp but social media obsessed teen comedy

Absolutely Anything review

Mark Harrison Review
Aug 17, 2015

From Monty Python's Terry Jones comes Absolutely Anything, starring Simon Pegg. The late Robin Williams steals the show, though...

The animated spin-offs that rebooted 1990s movies

Mark Harrison Feature
Aug 14, 2015

From Men In Black to Free Willy and Jumanji, here's how these 90s movie properties ended up as animated kids' TV series...

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