S07E02 – ONECon Preview

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE COMPETITION ANNOUNCED IN THIS EPISODE HAS CLOSED. With the North-East’s newest anime and manga convention looming just around the corner we thought it would be a good idea to get some of the lovely folks from the organising committee in the

S07E01 – Continuinuity

Welcome back to the 7th series of The Geek Show, and what better way to celebrate our return to the airwaves than to talk about continuity – but from a different angle. Join us as we discuss the various changes that can happen behind the scenes

Meandering Mic: The Doubleclicks

Harry meets Angela Webber, one-half of the sister-duo nerdcore band The Doubleclicks Self-described as Snarky, Geeky and Sweet, the Webber sisters have performed alongside such geek greats as Jonathan Coulton, Wil Wheaton and Paul & Storm. We talk about their new album Lasers and Feelings,

S06E25 – Funny Business

WOOHOO! We made it to the end of series 6 without trying to kill each other (much). This series has seen a big addition to the format of the show, and next series we’ll be rolling out more fun things. In the meantime we decided to

S06E24 – Fadsploitation

When it comes to entertainment media the influence that fads hold is undeniable. They have the power to make or shelve movies, turn mediocre games into cash-cows, and alter the public perception of good and bad – in terms of taste and decency anyway. Join us

Space Battleship Yamato (2010)

This most illustrious of anime intellectual properties has a legacy stretching back to 1974, through various series and OVA spells. The Space Battleship Yamato is as influential in Japan as Star Trek is throughout the world; its importance is stellar to Japanese audiences.  Now receiving

S06E23 – ConFuzzled 2013

One of the wonderful things about geeks is that we come in all shapes, sizes, ages, races and eccentricities – cosplayers, gamers, steampunks, gadgeteers, nerds, otaku of all types, wargamers, bronies, role-players, chiptuners, comic/manga artists and more. Of all the subcultures in our vast community

Deranged

The true story of Wisconsin killer, Ed Gein, influenced some of the most important films in horror cinema. For starters he was the muse of Hitchcock’s Psycho and Tobe Hooper’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre. There are also films which tackle his disturbing crimes head-on with the

Simon Killer

Antonio Campos graduated from the Sundance Alumni with his breakout debut, Afterschool. That set him out as a talent who never shied away from the explicit in modern life; it also gave an early platform to rising star Ezra Miller (We need to talk about

S06E22 – E3 2013 Special

So the Electronic Entertainment Expo – or E3 as it’s more widely known – is upon us once more, but this year we’ve been expecting major announcements from Sony and Microsoft about their respective next generation consoles. Join us  as we consider the opening gambits in