Late Mizoguchi (1951-1956)

Japanese cinema has an odd relationship with crowds for assorted reasons; two of the chief come from genres like horror and anime. The usual response to the question of what a person’s favourite Japanese film or film-maker is will often be met with any number of

S07E08 – Revenge of the Babysat

On this week’s show we decided to take a look at the role that children play in entertainment media. Join us as we find out what happened to children’s cartoons, what makes a good videogame child character, and why Hollywood keeps insisting on adding kids


Third Windows Films are a firm favourite here at The Geek Show, partly because they let us review all their releases, but mostly due to them releasing a healthy mix of classics and new titles from Asian cinema. They are the last and best men

Raindance 2013: Sake-Bomb

A Saké Bomb is a beer cocktail made by pouring Saké into a shot glass and dropping it into a glass of beer, it’s also the feature debut of Junya Sakino that’s making its international premiere at the 2013 Raindance Film Festival. In Sakino’s debut,

21st Raindance Film Festival: Our Pick of the Bunch

To expand what we cover on the website, we are going to start incorporating something new to make a more vibrant and varied place to visit. From now on we’ll be making the best use of our copious resources to cover the more interesting

S07E06 – Review Day

This week we’re overwhelmed with the sheer number of games, movies and anime that we’re being released, so we decided to dedicate a show to the reviews of all of those titles you’ve been waiting for. We also took the opportunity to do a post-con

S0E05 – ONECon 2013 Special

We’re big fans of conventions in the North of England so it’s only natural that we were eager to witness the birth of a new one – and to make things even better it was in our home town! The ONECon committee gave us a

S07E04 – The Noughties

The previous decade saw a lot of changes in entertainment media thanks to the constant evolution of technology. With so many things to watch, play and read we thought we should find out what actually defined the period from 2000 to 2009, so join us

The Last American Virgin

Nostalgia is a potent emotion, as much as it can transport you back to your younger days it’s equally able to ask questions of just what your younger self was thinking. This contrast defines everything about The Last American Virgin, Arrow Film & Video’s latest