Team E14


Rob Wade blogs about stuff he likes. Whether it's video games or geek media for Emotionally14 or writing about speculative theories for future films on Talk Star Wars, the focus is always on the stuff that brings the most pleasure to his life within media.

Rob is the host of the E14 podcasts "The Crazy Train" and "The E14 Gamecast", as well as the host of a number of pieces on E14's Youtube channel. He also appears on the Talk Star Wars podcasts.


A mainstay on E14, Blake Harmer is that guy in your social group who's quiet for ages and then when he does talk, his comment sends the whole crowd into fits of hysterics. You know the person I mean? Well in this case, it's Blake.

For evidence of this, see The Crazy Train podcast or the E14 Gamecast, where Blake is hilarious.

Blake is a regular to the E14 Podcasts, and frequently appears on the Youtube channel. He doesn't use Twitter.


Joe "Sour" Crouch is a crusty mollusc with delusions of grandeur and pretensions of artistic endeavour. His tea is served between two and four. He tweets infrequently and Instagrams his food. He has also noted his musings on various media at The Werd, where he co-hosted the "Werd Bugger" podcast with fellow Team E14 member Spike Direction.

Check out Sour Crouch and the Xenophobes, a band starring Crouch himself, along with Blake and Spike on Bandcamp!


Omer Ibrahim is a former professional wrestler from the Isle of Sheppey.

Brought in to add the kind of comedic dimension that only a former professional wrestler can, Omer has quickly become part of the E14 scenery, and enjoys a regular slot on the podcasts.

Omer also has a Facebook page titled "Can't Sleep, Must Paint", which showcases his awesome miniatures painting and customisations.


Spike Direction makes short films, worked at a cinema and plays in a band - so his opinions apparently count for more than yours.

A card-carrying misanthrope, he loves music, movies, TV and comics because they distract him from how lazy and stupid people are. The irony of his own laziness and stupidity is totally lost on him.

In addition to Sour Crouch, Spike is also in Z Stacks, which you can find on Bandcamp!


One of the founding members of E14, Brad Harmer-Barnes boasts an impressive track record in the entertainment industry. A comedian since the age of 12, Harmer created the comedy club Rock N' Rant which entertained the people of Chatham for over five years.

In the old world, Brad did the lion's share of reviews and contributions to E14, and is a recurring guest on the Crazy Train podcast. He also runs Suppressing Fire, a pulp gaming blog.

Brad published his first novel, North Sea Hunters, in 2017, and you can now find all of his books from Severed Press via Amazon using the links below!


Marc Cummins joined the team in 2016, after travelling Australasia (Scorpions are not gentle). A die-hard Sonic The Hedgehog fan, he possesses a kick-ass Spiderman sleeve tattoo.

He's a keen cosplayer of Cloud Strife, often found at conventions and chronicles his SpinDash Adventures on Facebook. He has appeared on a few episodes of The Crazy Train, and is an occasional guest on The E14 Gamecast.



Aaron James Waters is a best-selling Pulp Fiction writer who has written more books than he's actually read.

He's also the rotten apple of the group who thinks this whole Star Wars thing needs to hurry up and die already.

You can find Aaron's debut novel on Amazon!





Kat (aka Cloud Zombie) is a daydreaming enthusiast and self-professed Minecraft/Sims junkie from Kent, England.

She blogs about her passions over at cloudzombie, covering everything from video games, movies and TV all the way to baking.



Disclosure: Between 2008 and 2012, all reviews were doing using a copy of the respective media sent to us by the PR agencies representing the publishers and/or artists of the associated product. Since 2013, all reviews performed by E14 team members for E14 directly (i.e. not through other associates) have been performed at the personal expense of the contributor. Sounds all slimy and marketing-y, but that's the reality of the situation. Any reviews we do nowadays are at our own cost unless stated otherwise.


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