The Colour of Pomegranates

It’s a very large box for a very short film. Maybe you find that challenging, or intimidating, or mind-numbing, or somewhere between all three. If so, I’m not exactly sweetening the pot if I tell you that the film is a series of oblique, poetic

The Geek Show - A Conversation About EA Sports' UFC 3

A Conversation About EA Sports’ UFC 3

Seconds away! It’s time for another chinwag about a video game and this time the two Robs grapple with the third and latest addition to EA Sports’ UFC franchise. Join them as they discuss the craft of EA’s recreations and character models, career modes, learning

4-Panel 125 – Health and Safety Does Star Wars

We’re constantly trying to put Inhumans-watch to bed but the world keeps on dragging it back into the light for one last hurrah … Andrew, Mick and Producer Rob are back with an even more chaotic edition of 4-Panel than normal, and this time they’ve

Sword of Doom

The title of any given movie is supremely important, as many adage’s state first impressions matter and for any film that title is where we make that impression. Looking at the UK catalog of Criterion, we can separate a movie title into two camps –

House (Hausu)

There’s a tiresome tendency among Westerners to squeal “wtf japan lol” every time a Japanese film exhibits a minor eccentricity, but sometimes you have to acknowledge a film is very strange.  That’s the case with 1977’s House, now released on Blu-Ray by Eureka Masters of Cinema.

The Geek Show - S15E13 - Flamethrower Cooking With Elon Musk

S15E13 – Flamethrower Cooking With Elon Musk

It’s time to join Rob and Andy for more news-based shenanigans from the realms of science and technology, and we’re kicking things of this week with some recycling … … on the Moon After that it’s all systems go with potential holodeck technology, stupidity causing