Classic Film Kid – Coraline

Hello everyone, it is the Classic Film Kid and just in time for Halloween, I thought I would tackle a spooky stop-motion that just so happens to be one of my personal favourites, and that is Henry Selick’s Coraline, based on the dark fantasy novella

The Crazies (1973)

To celebrate the life of George A. Romero, Arrow Video have released a box set of three films called between Night and Dawn. It could just as easily be called ‘more than just night and dawn’ as Romero was largely overlooked outside of the Night

Keyframe 94 – Farmer Goku’s Fight Club

This week we forego any preamble and dive straight in to our featured anime. With Girls und Panzer: Der Film, Mark proves that his addiction to anime beginning with the letter G looks set to continue. Meanwhile, Tucky gets suuuuuuuuuperrrr! with Dragon Ball Super season

4-Panel 114 – Black Adam Goes Forth

Your weekly dose of comic-y goodness returns with 4-Panel, and our usual blend of irreverent anarchy sees the return of Inhumans-watch, the return of a major character in the third season of Daredevil, rumours about a Deathstroke movie and the possible return of Marvel’s One-Shot

The Geek Show - S15E04 - Electric Rat Takes the White House

S15E04 – Electric Rat Takes the White House

Hoist the sails for another quick trip around the marina with our flagship podcast (See? We can do boat puns). This week Graham and Andrew anchor down for Spiders in Surrey, UK droners, Snapchat hot-dogs and a rather tragic fail for a YouTube wannabe trying

The Geek Show - A Conversation about Middle-Earth - Shadow of War

A Conversation About Middle-Earth: Shadow of War

We’re back for another chat about video games, and this time out we’re discussing the sequel to Monolith’s sleeper hit Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. First though, we’re not going to talk about micro-transactions as other, more cantankerous YouTube channels have covered that subject already (and

Keyframe 93 – The Censored Brow

We kick things off this week with our featured cartoon and anime (Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls, Netflix’s Bigmouth and Ushio and Tora), and those somehow lead us on to seasonal holidays and mockumentaries. After that little aside we get down to business

J.D.’s Revenge

One of the many rare and cherishable things about Jordan Peele’s Get Out was that it was a horror movie with an African-American lead that nevertheless wasn’t pitched or marketed as the black version of any pre-existing horror film. After Night of the Living Dead,

The Villainess

2017 has been a watershed year for Korean cinema; Park Chan-Wook, Kim Jee-Woon, and Joon Ho-Bong returned with the latter directing one of the largest budgets for any Netflix original. Beyond that upper echelon, Jang Hoon’s [a] Taxi Driver garnered plenty of Western acclaim. UK