S06E09 – Rip Offs

So we were wandering through a supermarket one day and we noticed a DVD that looked like Kung Fu Panda (including the cover design), and had a story like Kung Fu Panda – but it wasn’t Kung Fu Panda. The movie in question featured a

S09E05 – Doctors

This week we decided to take a look at the role medical doctors play in popular media, so join us as we find out why they’re one of the most versatile characters in movies, how the profession is represented in videogames, and why manga has

S09E04 – Cherricon 2014 Special

Shortly after the wonderful weekend we had at SunnyCon we received an invite to a cosy little charity convention up in Gateshead called Cherricon, so we decided to take a trip there to investigate. What we found was a rather pleasant day out, a great

Branded to Kill

The textbook example of a film misunderstood in its own time, upon releasing Branded to kill the legendary Japanese director Seijun Suzuki was fired by Nikkatsu Studios because the film didn’t make any money and made even less sense. Nikkatsu even went to the length

S09E03 – Reviews ‘n’ Stuff

This week we decided to take a break from our usual proceedings and bring you some concentrated reviews and a few other bits that we found interesting. Reviews – Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets, Entwined (PS4), The Wolf Among Us Episode 5

The Complete Dr Phibes

Arrow films resume their retrospective of the finest titles from Vincent Price’s filmography with a boxset showcasing Robert Fuest’s Doctor Phibes films – the Abominable Dr Phibes and Dr Phibes rises again. Before moving onto the films themselves the matter of the bundle is in

S09E02 – Information Overload

This week we take a look at the rather staggering number of options we have to keep ourselves entertained. Join us as we take a look at TV with too many choices, quality control in animation, the current videogames boom and more. Reviews – Le

Nashville (1975)

Catching up with reviews for the immense catalogue of releases we’ve accumulated is one of Masters of Cinema’s latest releases and a film singled out as one of Altman’s best works – Nashville. On the sheer scale of the venture, thinking of this release as

Air Conflicts: Vietnam – Ultimate Edition

Arcade flight simulators are tricky things to get right, but that hasn’t stopped developer GamesFarm and publisher bitComposer from taking another run at the genre. Following “Secret Wars” and “Pacific Carriers – their spin-offs to 2006’s “Air Conflicts” – comes the PS4 re-release of their

S09E01 – SunnyCon 2014 Special + Extra

Welcome to the 9th series of The Geek Show, and kicking things off here’s our special for SunnyCon 3. We had a great time over the weekend (barring some snoring issues), and we met and interviewed some amazing people including the fabulous J. Michael Tatum,