Keyframe 123 – A Natural Born Lever-Puller

So the World Cup happened, and although it’s ostensibly a football event but given all the drinking that goes on it may as well be related to tea, coffee or any other beverage you’d care to mention. Because of that there wasn’t much happening in

4-Panel 150 – Venom’s Killer Joke Book

It’s our 150th episode and you’d expect us to have organised something grand to commemorate this landmark episode … Nope, you must be thinking of another podcast. This is 4-Panel, and long-time listeners will know that we never have a plan. What we do have

Cinema Eclectica 170 – Paul Rudd Roulette

After a week’s break the ant-icipation is growing for Graham, Mick and Andrew as they tackle Marvel’s latest superhero offering – “Ant-Man and The Wasp”. Will they make a big deal out of it and add to the positive buzz, belittle it with feeble size

Frightfest 2018 | Boar

For horror fans up and down the UK, the highlight of the calendar is Frightfest and since its first-ever event back in 2000, it has gone down as one of our best-known film festivals, with a reputation that extends beyond our tiny little island and

Frightfest 2018 | Lifechanger

For horror fans up and down the UK, the highlight of the calendar is Frightfest and since its first-ever event back in 2000, it has gone down as one of our best-known film festivals, with a reputation that extends beyond our tiny little island and deep into

Frightfest 2018 – The Dark

For horror fans up and down the UK, the highlight of the calendar is Frightfest and since its first-ever event back in 2000, it has gone down as one of our best-known film festivals, with a reputation that extends beyond our tiny little island and deep into

Keyframe 122 – The Power of Friendship Compels You!

Kicking things off this week is the news that Disney and Pixar are facing another copyright lawsuit involving Inside Out. Aside from that it’s time for us to recommend some titles from the Spring 2018 season of anime, which include Golden Kamuy, Megalobox, Uma Musume:

Police Story 1 & 2

Let’s be honest, what is there really left to say about Police Story? It’s one of the icons of Hong Kong action, it launched a 7 movie spanning franchise, it was pivotal in making Jackie Chan one of the most beloved faces in world cinema,

Separate Tables

One of the main extras on the BFI’s new dual format reissue of Separate Tables is an archive commentary by director Delbert Mann, who died in 2007. Mann is still probably best known for his Oscar-winning 1955 debut Marty, but he’d worked extensively in television