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The Geek Show - S15E18 - FunkyWolverine-com

S15E18 – FunkyWolverine.com

Join us for another ride on our strange rodeo of oddities from science and technology news around the world. This time Andrew joins Producer (and kind-of-newsreader), Rob to discuss Stan Lee’s DNA signatures, “seeing” magnetic fields (but only if you’re a bird), toddlers with better

Keyframe 113 – 24 Carrots And A Leaf

We had a few technical issues during this episode so we apologise for the audio quality. Girl Power makes a surprising return this week with the announcement that The Spice Girls are getting their very own animated superhero movie. There’s no point looking at us

4-Panel 136 – Magical Girl or Interpretative Dance?

Mick returns from his travels to join Andrew and Producer Rob for another hearty blast of comics and manga, which this week kicks off with the confirmation that Syfy have ordered the TV adaptation of Rick Remender’s Deadly Class, and the possibility that Steven Spielberg

Cinema Eclectica 156 – Existentialism and Pizza, Dude

This week we’re covering films that, in one way or another, deliver on what their titles promise. “A Fistful of Dollars” really was made for about as much money as its name suggests, while “Neon Bull” really does feature a neon bull, and “The Passenger”

The Geek Show - Literary Loitering

Literary Loitering 83 – John Updike’s Pee Maze

This week we get acquainted with the power of language via the medium of Sean Penn’s debut novel Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, after which we find that an unnamed male author has claimed that he’s living proof that men can write believable female

4-Panel 135 – Banana-Flavoured Iron Fist

It’s often said that it’s not the destination that’s important but the journey itself, which is good news for us as we often wonder how can start with a simple bit of news and wind up somewhere … else. Aside from that it’s time for

Cinema Eclectica 155 – The Hills Have Ears

This week’s Off the Shelf sees the films themselves teaching the hosts a thing or two. Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s paranormal horror “Ghost Stories” turns the sceptical Graham into a true believer, while Aidan finds Criterion’s reissue of “La Cage aux Folles” something of

Keyframe 112 – A Shakespearean Bromance

Spring time is upon us which means we’ve been let out to frolic in the fields! Before that though, there’s the serious business of animation to contend with, and nothing comes more serious than a census. Not the kind that measures population growth, density, divergency,

4-Panel 134 – The Power of Sparkles Compels You

When does nightmare fuel eventually travel full-circle and become hilarious? That’s the sort of question that can only be answered on the latest edition of 4-Panel. Join Andrew and Rob as they talk about all things comics & manga, and kicking off this week are

Cinema Eclectica 154 – All Dogs Gere to Heaven

Somewhere in the British archipelago, no years into the future (but some time in the year 2018 for those of you who are actually in the future). Four strays gather to discuss Wes Anderson’s new and strange stop-motion animated movie “Isle of Dogs” – a