The Geek Show - S14E02 - Gangs of the Hundred Acre Wood

S14E02 – Gangs of the Hundred Acre Woods

Join us as we head into the weirder sections of science and technology once again. In this week’s slightly mad trip we discover the dark underbelly of squirrel society, Japanese toilets, and the questionable side of modern food consumption … and sexy Steve Buscemi. Go

Donald Trump as You’ve Never Seen Him Before

The 45th president of the United States of America is probably the most polarizing figure in the world today, so the folks over at DID Corp have taken this literally and decided to start producing him as a collectible 1/6 scale figure. That’s right, we can

Why are another world anime so popular?

Hack//Sign, Sword Art Online, Re: Zero: Life in Another World, Overlord, Log Horizon, Death March of Rhapsody, Konosuba: God’s Blessing On This Wonderful World, No Game No Life, Problem Children Are Coming From Another World, Accel World, Btooom! Fate: Grand Order, The Devil Is A

The Unknown Girl

The Unknown Girl is the latest film from the Belgian Dardenne brothers, those purveyors of social realism who achieved critical and commercial acclaim most recently for their 2014 film Two Days, One Night, which starred Marion Cotillard as Sandra, a young woman who, following an

Charlie Chaplin: the Essanay Comedies

Commenting on the ease or difficulty of a review never needs to be brought up because it simply isn’t relevant. However, any notion of hardship from writing such an article typically comes from a need to evade a particularly large plot spoiler. BFI’s Chaplin Essanay’s

Steven Universe: The Good, the Bad and the Gay

Steven Universe is a fantastic show that I’ve already written a very positive article about. However, as I was writing it I realised that I had so much more to say about one of my favourite features of this brilliant little cartoon. I’m gonna discuss

Raising Cain

In Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow’s disarmingly forthright documentary, De Palma, its subject talks about the highs and lows of his career. In that one man and his camera documentary, there is one sentence that perfectly encapsulates how modest a man Brian De Palma is.