S08E19 – Sports Day

This week we decided to revisit the topic that for generations has been an anathema to geeks everywhere – sport. Join us as we work up a sweat finding out about sports movies, e-gamers, why sports cartoons and comics aren’t popular in the West, and

Sullivan’s Travels (1941)

During the rise of Hollywood in the glamorous era that spanned the 1920s to the 40s, the industry was undoubtedly anchored by producers, opposing the director that contemporary cinema has established as the norm. All the same, a few directors carved out names for themselves

Theatre of Blood

Vincent Price had a very successful career in the wilderness of genre. As such the most variety he had was as a young man, long before he became the icon he was in later life and long before he collaborated with Roger Corman. The recognizable

S08E18 – Bad Science

On this week’s episode we look the the impact of poorly researched or made-up science in movies, discuss why video game physics can go wrong, and find out what would really happen to the pilot of a giant robot/mech. Reviews – Fate/Zero, Ikki Tousen: Great

Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse Episode 2

The plot thickens with more twists and turns, and players are taken on a journey of discovery as things are taken up a notch. After a gripping adventure with an excellent storyline, unique visuals, a scintillating ending (and a slight delay on the release of

The Good Man

Telling one story in a film is enough of a challenge, those that interweave more into their narrative demand a colossal level of balance to be anything more than a gimmick. ABCs of Death is both a perfect example and condemnation of this hyper-ambitious mode

WWE Extreme Rules 2014 (Spoilers)

It’s been a month since the last bit of wrestling coverage here at The Geek Show and Boy has the landscape changed. The Shield no longer bow to the Authority of Triple H and Stephanie McMahon and Evolution has returned. On top of that we

The Delta Force

Despite a reputation comparable to the top-tier of American action stars, Chuck Norris doesn’t have the catalogue of roles to permit his lofty status. The “best” of a bad bunch are Texas Walker Ranger, getting beat up by Bruce Lee in Way of the Dragon

Like Father Like Son

Every year has a best film list and Hirokazu Koreeda snatched the number one spot with his 2013 films I Wish and Like Father like Son. Which brings one to a conundrum: how to review a film which has already been heaped with the praise