Michael Leader is a chocolate digestive-powered writer living in South London. He frequently gets excited about films, comics and video games, and has written about them for Den of Geek since 2009. He is Deputy Editor of Film4.com.
We talk to the New Zealand comedian Rhys Darby, who stars in the new Richard Curtis film The Boat That Rocked, out on April 1st.
Simon Pegg follows Ricky Gervais into the Brit-in-the-big-apple comedy set-up...but did it need a little more ambition?
A few choice moments from our time with the cast of Watchmen...
How the old-fashioned shooter has been making headway on the Nintendo DS. Latest evidence: Metal Slug 7
We review Watchmen, the most highly anticipated superhero movie of 2009. But is it faithful...?
We sit in on a chat with the director and producer of Watchmen...but what's all this about Batman?
Blasting onto Xbox Live Arcade is R-Type Dimensions. Mike primes for take-off and surveys the damage...
The USA's second president gets the elongated mini-series treatment in John Adams. Mike dons a wig, declares independence and sees what all the fuss is about.
Woody Allen takes his film crew to Spain, and comes back with the terrific Vicky Cristina Barcelona.
Gotham City doesn't need Santa Claus; they have their own man in a suit who 'knows if you've been bad or good'...
Frank Miller, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson and Eva Mendes talk about January's new superhero adaptation...
A unique entry in the Batman universe, Gotham Central won't top the sales charts, but it deserves to be checked out...
We've been to see some new footage from January's new comic-movie release...
A stylish euro-thriller with a great soundtrack, but it was almost beyond rescuing in terms of image quality...
This DS reissue of a Japan-exclusive PS2 game is genius, absurd and nigh-on unplayable. Mike fills us in.
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