4-Panel 09 – Ultra Zombie Robot Bat-Hulk

Lots of segues (no, not the thing with wheels), this week as we dive into a sheer mass of comic-book goodness including Loki: Agent of Asgard, Thanos Versus Hulk, Hulk, Deadpool, Batwoman, Future’s End, Spread, Zombies Versus Robots, Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier, and a

Fruit of Paradise

The utterly unique career of Věra Chytilová, and the story of Czech cinema in general, finds itself at a crossroads with 1970’s Fruit of Paradise, now released on DVD by Second Run Films. It feels like the product of a golden age; as noted in

S10E12 – Heists and Plans

It’s all about heists and plans this week, so while you watch the dancing Ben we’re going to steal your attention. You can listen to us on the go by downloading the MixCloud app (which is free), for Android and iOS. This week’s news has

2 Sweet Wrestling 02 – SheamoMania

2 Sweet Wrestling returns for what’s probably their important episode ever. Okay, so it’s only episode 2 – but it is a big one! Join Jay, Rob and guest producer Rob as they navigate their way through the spectacle that was Wresltemania 31 – complete

Cinema Eclectica 13 – And BOOM Goes the Herzog

On this week’s episode there’s some verbal fisticuffs for trailer of the week, and we discuss Kevin Smith’s Tusk, Himizu, The Killers, Like Water for Chocolate and the irreplaceable Werner Herzog’s Invincible in Off the Shelf. For our film of the week, we opted for

Bit Panel 06 – Virtually Reality

Virtual reality has been around for a long time, but the potential of the Oculus Rift has made many companies sit up and take notice of it once again. Join us as we take a look at the future of VR, and the hope that

Keyframe 08 – Trapped in a Video Game

On this week’s episode we find out more about the reboots of the Astroboy TV series and The Smurfs movie, Pixar’s release of their Renderman software, the anime adaptation of the Drifters manga, and 3D billboards. Our featured anime this week are Kill la Kill

Electricity

Right at the start of Bryn Higgins’s sophomore film, there’s a credit for the Wellcome Trust as producers. Having one of the world’s largest financiers of cutting-edge medical research in your opening credits sets out a mission statement; when it comes to medical accuracy, this