Keyframe 83 – Adamantium and Pineapple Pizza

With Netflix’s new adaptation of Death Note due out soon, we take a look at the trailer before heading to a maid cafe for foreigners and taking a walk down Tokyo’s other anime street. We also have a chat about manga and light novels that

Wolf Warrior II

How American cinema has changed since the 1980s, I’ll use the action film as the conduit to make this point. Back then we had ridiculously over the top, jingoistic, star vehicles centred around a handful of names. Now, those films are shot and financed exclusively

4-Panel 99 – Choc Ice with Gravy

It’s our first trans-continental episode this week as Mick gets magically transported to Dubai. We also have news future Spider-man movies (that isn’t actually news), and some very strange DC crossovers. Our featured comics and manga are Valerian: Ambassador of Shadows, Swordless by Nikki Kidura,

The Geek Show - PX22 - Anime and Arms, Anime and Cut Scenes

PX22 – Anime and Arms, Anime and Cut Scenes

We’re a video games podcast aren’t we? Maybe? It depends on the day I guess? This week we have a plateful of anime-themed gaming for your taste buds. First up we have the release of the rarest thing in gaming – a new Nintendo franchise

David Lynch: The Art Life

a unique insight into the Lynchian world. Despite the wealth of information available in the public sphere, David Lynch still manages to remain an enigma to most. America’s most successful surrealist director — responsible for all time classics such as The Elephant Man, Blue Velvet and

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S14E22 – Pooh, The Honey Smuggler

We return to the sacred halls of journalism to discover more strange wonders from science and technology news. This week our jumble of oddities includes a man stuck in an ATM, the scientific usage of “derpy”, a crackdown on Winnie the Pooh, Baboon-based power outages,

Mice and Mystics

Mice and Mystics is a cooperative role-playing board game, heavily inspired by Dungeons and Dragons. It’s simpler and more accessible than its sword and sorcery predecessor, offering a mix of story-telling and dice rolling. A spiritual successor to games like HeroQuest, with action akin to

Westfront 1918 & Kameradschaft

During the late 1920’s to the early 1930’s, G. W. Pabst’s directorial career was on fire. In 1929, he crafted three films. The two Louise Brooks movies that made him synonymous with silent film, ‘Pandora’s Box’ and ‘Diary of a Lost Girl’, and the mountaineering

The Classic Film Kid takes on Doctor Who

Hello guys, and even though it’s me, the Classic Film Kid, we’re not looking at classic films today. Instead, we’re taking a break from that, and looking at one of my favourite shows of all time, Doctor Who. Now I love Doctor Who. It is