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G33k-e Crashes Crypticon Seattle 2015

For the first time ever, G33k-e has found their way to a geeky convention! Okay, maybe Crypticon is actually a horror convention, but there were definitely a lot of geeks in attendance. In fact, there were a lot of vendors and guests that you might not have expected at an event primarily catering to the horror crowd. Call me crazy, but I was actually overjoyed to see a random Dalek appear when walking around – and why not? After all, Daleks are perhaps the most evil beings in the universe.

When Skinslip first suggested that we should attend this convention, I wasn’t exactly sure how it would all work; I had never been to an event like this and I definitely felt like I was out of my depth at first. Thankfully, Crypticon proved to be an excellent way for G33k-e to break into the world of conventions, as there were a variety of amazing people to meet. In the coming weeks, you can expect to find several interviews from these creative and interesting people making their way onto the site.

Unfortunately, there is a lot of footage to go through and edit, so it will probably take a few weeks to get everything done and uploaded. With that in mind, we went ahead and created a little montage video to give you a sense of everything we did this year at Crypticon. If you’ve ever wondered what it looks like on the floor of a horror convention, hopefully this video will give you an idea. Whether you’re a horror buff or a geek aficionado, this is one event that everyone should check out. Enjoy the video, and keep on the lookout for more Crypticon 2015 content in the coming weeks!

About Stoudman

Who is Stoudman? Well, his real name is Justin Wren. Justin has been writing reviews and articles about film, television and video games for several years. While majoring in English at Portland State University, he minored in film studies. With an extensive understanding of film history and production, Justin often includes at least a bit of film theory in his reviews. Justin got his start writing for MovieCynics.com, but has since gone on to produce articles for TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles.com and TVStoreOnline.com. He is the owner of G33k-e.com and presides over the editing of all content produced for the site in addition to producing his own content.

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