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Darren Mooney is a self professed nerd living on the East Coast of IrelandBorn in Dublin his family would move to Ghana when he was only four Spending four years growing up in Africa Darren acuired an affection for geek culture living off VHS recordings of Star Trek or Batman The Animated Series dispatched from home with some regularity Such concentrated doses of nerdy goodness swiftly transformed Darren from a mild mannered kid into a fledgling super nerd Ironically his powers are at their strongest when his glasses are onIn his spare time Darren runs his own website the m0vie blog It won Best Pop Culture Blog at the Irish Blog Awards 2011 He also runs an irregular column at ComicBuzz the leading Irish comic book website and has done theatre reviews for entertainmentie Ireland's leading entertainment website He's also contributed to radio appearing on both Irish and Canadian radio as a pop culture commentatorHe also very proudly won an on line Oscar pool last year