Madame De…

If you know anything about the German director Max Ophüls, you probably know Stanley Kubrick’s famous quote to the effect that his camera could pass through walls. Watching the BFI’s new sumptuous restoration of 1953’s Madame de…, one of his final films, it’s easy to

Destiny (DER MÜDE TOD)

In what is already unarguably an eclectic and impressive body of work, Fritz Lang’s 1921 silent epic Destiny (or Der müde Tod as it is known in its native tongue) ranks as one of the legendary filmmaker’s stranger productions. Written by his wife, Thea von Harbou,

The Geek Show - S14E13 - The Secret History of Gunge

S14E13 – The Secret History of Gunge

Underground, overground, rambling free. The ramblers of The Geek Show, common are we. This week the gang have a long and meandering chat about … stuff. From gunge and celebrity albums to terrible comic book villains and Steven Seagal – with lots of other stuff

4-Panel 86 – The Great Stinky Butthead Wars

So Marvel are under fire again for a nasty hidden message in X-Men Gold #1. In other news, Adam Kubert is getting auctioned and we take a look at the trailer for Batman & Harley Quinn. Our featured comics and manga are Trigun: Multiple Bullets,

Keyframe 76 – Strategically Placed Cherry Bakewells

The Academy has decided to change the voting rules for best animated feature, but what does that mean for anime? Also, Harlock may be getting a live-action movie (it was a slow news week). Our featured anime are Chobits and Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun. Tune in

Cities: Skylines – Mass Transit

Cities: Skylines is a charming game, by which I mean it will politely walk over, chat you up and lift your wallet out your back pocket and take the watch off your wrist. It steals some of your money and all of your time. Its

What we’d like to see on the Nintendo Switch

it’s safe to say that the Nintendo Switch has had a good start, with at least 2.7 million units shipped by the end of April and both The Legend of Zelda and Mario Kart 8: Deluxe boasting sales numbers the best in the series it

Film / NotFilm

Playwright Samuel Beckett’s only foray into filmmaking, the aptly titled Film is a 1965 silent short starring the famed movie clown, Buster Keaton. Before anyone makes any assumptions, no, this is not a comedy that made Keaton famous during the golden age of silent cinema