This week, Andrew, Mick and Rob witness the birth of … (hang on because we’re pretty sure we can do that trailer thing in text) … a/ HER \o with “Captain Marvel”. As far as we’re concerned Brie Larson has always been our captain, but
One of the highlights of any anime fan’s calendar is the convention, where like-minded people gather together to cosplay, shop, listen to panels, enjoy the atmosphere, and even possibly meet the odd voice actor. They’ve become a staple of anime communities all over the world,
The newest addition to the MCU is out, so naturally we went to see it and we’re here to talk about its good points, its bad points, and what we thought about some of the changes made to the original comics. Now that might be
Last week Rob and Graham received a mystery phone call asking them to review Hideo Nakata’s “Ring”. They’re not dead yet, and although the news that this is a twentieth anniversary reissue is making them feel incredibly old they still have to find out if
After so many reboots, remakes, rehashes, retries and revamps, how can anyone make sense of superhero comic-book continuity, especially where alternate timelines are concerned. Aside from the parallel worlds and changes to history that become part of that particular “universe”, there are also the special
Welcome to the whack-some-nails-in-it-and-it-will-hold-up-just-fine podcast of science and technology (otherwise known as The Geek Show). So what’s been happening in the world? Well, Huawei have decided to take on the U.S. government while researchers find a way to give lab rats and mice “Predator vision”.
It’s the biggest week of the film calendar, so Aidan and Rob fulfill their obligations with a bit of an Oscars chatter before getting to the important matter of being bamboozled by the Film of the Week which, thanks to the Directors Lottery coming up
It’s party time for the cultural anarchists as we finally hit 100 episodes! Now that we’re officially fogeys of the podcasting world we cast a weathered gaze over the recent happenings, and offer our usual derisive, sorry, decisive commentary on things like French festival that
The Hollywood adaptation of Yukito Kishiro’s hit manga Battle Angel Alita (Gunnm), is out in cinemas, and by all reports it’s doing some decent business. Join Tucky and Rob as they discuss the film that James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez have created, the implications of
It’s the end of the month, which means it’s time for our new regular feature where we stare at the mountain of comics, graphic novels, manga and trade paperbacks, and try to cover as many as possible in one episode! Can we do it? Maybe.