St Valentine’s Day Massacre

There are a lot of people who found success in their mid 20s, and I am usually jealous of them. But even I draw the line at Al Capone, despite admiring how he rose to the top of Chicago’s busiest criminal enterprise by age 26.

The Geek Show - S15E18 - FunkyWolverine-com

S15E18 – FunkyWolverine.com

Join us for another ride on our strange rodeo of oddities from science and technology news around the world. This time Andrew joins Producer (and kind-of-newsreader), Rob to discuss Stan Lee’s DNA signatures, “seeing” magnetic fields (but only if you’re a bird), toddlers with better

Keyframe 113 – 24 Carrots And A Leaf

We had a few technical issues during this episode so we apologise for the audio quality. Girl Power makes a surprising return this week with the announcement that The Spice Girls are getting their very own animated superhero movie. There’s no point looking at us

4-Panel 136 – Magical Girl or Interpretative Dance?

Mick returns from his travels to join Andrew and Producer Rob for another hearty blast of comics and manga, which this week kicks off with the confirmation that Syfy have ordered the TV adaptation of Rick Remender’s Deadly Class, and the possibility that Steven Spielberg

The Joy of Bad Films

You might think to enjoy bad films, and deliberately seeking them out is a bit strange. After all, no-one sits down to what they know will be a sub-standard meal when the more tantalising fare is available. But think of it in a different way,

They Came To A City

I’m not really a big fan of overtly political works since they can force an idea upon the viewer. Other times a film or television series that is based on politics but isn’t political is something that I could get behind. So I had a