War of the Arrows

Director Han-min Kim’s film The War of the Arrows is something of a rarity in the international reputation of Korean cinema as its focus lies on the second Manchurian invasion of Korea, the Joseon Kingdom in particular. In layman’s terms, the War of the Arrows is about the second

Google Zerg Rush

Zerg Rush is the latest addition to a long list of google easter-eggs hidden in its search engine, introducing an addictive mini-game in which o’s eat your search results. Upon searching for Zerg Rush in the google search engine, your screen is assaulted by ‘o’s

Bethesda’s New Title – Dishonored

You are the once-trusted bodyguard of the beloved Empress. Framed for her murder, you become an infamous assassin, known only by the disturbing mask that has become your calling card. In a time of uncertainty, when the city is being besieged by plague and ruled

Interview: Josie Long

In the cozy and crowded Basement Bar of the City Screen venue in York, I managed to grab 15 minutes of Josie Long’s time to talk about women, cake, Doctor Who, magazines and touring. It was a mad dash to get through a load of

Tiger & Bunny

Superheroes have long been a staple of popular culture, especially in the West, and over the years characters like Superman, Batman, Spiderman, and even The Hulk have become household names. With their popularity at an all-time high thanks to video game tie-ins and movie adaptations,

The Geek Show at Kitacon!

That’s right, the Geekshow will be doing a live show during the KitaCon event in Birmingham. The show will feature give-aways, interviews with some of the guests attending the event and more! We’ll update you with the show times and more details closer to the

Ben-Tou

Times are hard, and in these days of global economic crisis and recession more and more people have joined the hunt to find the best bargains. As with anything in life though, experience is what counts, and veterans in the ways of saving money will

Sacred Seven

“Haste makes waste.” Entertainment is a cut throat industry, and while every studio and publisher scrabbles around in a desperate search for the next big thing, they must continue to make ends meet in some way. When it comes to anime this is usually achieved

Boca Do Lixo

City of God brought Brazilian cinema into the public consciousness and following on from it there has been a series of gangland thrillers, a strange case of a country typecasting itself, similar to South Korea and its relationship with the revenge thriller. The newest Brazilian

Dantalian no Shoka

These days we take the written word for granted, but for the majority of human history this has not been the case. Over the millennia, those with the ability to communicate using these strange markings have been viewed with awe and suspicion in almost equal