And we are back. It’s been a long while but The Geek Show Podcast Network’s wrestling show returns for the first time in over a month. With such a mass of stuff to cover, we run across the events in WWE during December with machine
… We’re Back. Its our first show of 2016, which means this is officially our first anniversary. In this feature-length edition we look at the worst of the past 12 months (well, we ranted and raved). More importantly we also count down our individual favourites
On this final test flight for Press X before the show is officially launched we discuss the new gameplay trailer for Mafia 3, Ken Levine’s small scale open world game, and the video games scheduled for release in 2016 that have caught our attention. Our
We kick things off this week with a look at the trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse. In other news, DC are planning an anthology series of various heroes and IDW are rebooting the legendary space opera ROM. Our featured comics and manga are Batman: Arkham Asylum,
Many actors take the leap from in front of the camera to behind it, while more common for established names who want to try something new or complete a passion project they’ve been sat on for years – there has been a swelling of young
Westerns and Martial Arts cinema have a remarkable amount in common, for one they remake each other with a significant consistency; but for the purposes of this review their kinship is important due to them being genre’s that are hard to penetrate for the uninitiated.
Yesterday we posted our 20 favourite films of the past year, although it may well be the geek show’s official list it is by no means definitive. Tune in to the next Cinema Eclectica for more on our review of 2015, our other podcasts will
A belated Christmas and Happy New Year to you all. To mark the occasion we return to our Grand Adventure where chaos resumes as our intrepid villains try their hardest to escape the clutches of Mr Kringle. Highlights include the communist manifesto, charming genitals and
It’s that time of the year again, we bid adieu to the past 12 months by looking at the best films to hit cinema screens.
On this episode we explore Central and South America from the comfort of our armchairs using a variety of media – which means we are now officially experts and do not need to go to either region to check our knowledge or even reference information