Category Archives: Reviews

The Party

There are Elephants in the room that are both literal and metaphorical in the Party, the latest release from Eureka. One appears in the final chaotic throes of the titular party and the other is represented by Peter Sellers in brownface adopting an Indian accent.

The Geek Show - A Conversation about Madden NFL 18

A Conversation about Madden NFL 18

It’s time for another conversation about video games, and this time we have something for all you sports fans out there. So what do a football (soccer), fan and a former rugby player think of the latest addition to EA’s premier American football series? Do

The Yakuza

Sydney Pollack’s 1974 neo-noir The Yakuza is one of those films that leaves you wondering what the hell was wrong with the cinema-going public and film critics of the day. Performing poorly at the box office and receiving (at best) mixed reviews, this east-meets-west thriller

The Geek Show - A Conversation about Sonic Mania

A Conversation about Sonic Mania

Join Mark and Rob as they talk about the newest addition to Sega’s long-running (get it?), Sonic franchise – Sonic Mania. Is Sonic Mania a return to some sort of form for Sega’s most famous son, or is it another title to throw on the

The Geek Show - A Big, Bloody Long Conversation About Destiny 2

A Big, Bloody Long Conversation About Destiny 2

Welcome to another conversation about a video game here at The Geek Show. Now, instead of a pithy little number that lasts around ten minutes we thought we’d do something a bit different for Destiny 2. So here’s an hour-ish of pure gameplay with commentary

Blood Simple

‘It’s the same old song/ but with a different meaning, since you been gone’— Blood Simple is back in cinemas ahead of a blu-ray release by Studiocanal, and there’s no review more pithy than the Four Tops song given pride of place on the film’s

The Howling

Joe Dante is a beloved man, his films are among the most humble and darkly funny the genre world has to offer. His work is the point which light and dark intersect within the horror and science fiction cannons. That is true save for the

The Night Is Short, Walk On Girl

This review has taken a long time. I left it, I left it some more, I left it longer and yet I still can’t wrap my head around the damn thing. The Night Is Short, Walk On Girl is my first exposure to director Masaaki