The Geek Show - A Conversation About Call of Duty WWII

A Conversation About Call of Duty: WWII

The Call of Duty franchise made its name with games about the Second World War, but is the latest addition to the franchise a triumphant return to form or is it just another member of the Awkward Squad. Andy (Admiral of the Swiss Navy), and


Montage Pictures (a subsidiary label of Eureka) debuted with two unheard titles from the outer reaches of world cinema last year; Argyis Papadimitropoulis’s slow-burning drama, ‘Suntan’, and Attila Till’s wheelchair-bound hitman movie, ‘Kills on Wheels’. Following in a similar vein is Árpád Sopsits’s downbeat thriller,

Keyframe 104 – Duck-Shaped Speedos for Tanks

Now that we’ve got the good and bad of 2017 out of the way we have to resume normal service … for a given value of normal that is! This week we cast our eyes (which are admittedly in various states of working order), over

4-Panel 123 – It’s a Tomspiracy!!

Welcome back to the Event Horizon of comic-book and manga podcasts that is 4-Panel (just don’t ask us to pronounce the names of anyone). On this drama-filled episode we discuss Chris Hemsworth’s Thor contract (which sounds painful), rumours about the Venom movie, DC taking another

A Touch of Sin

For the longest of times, the idea of Chinese film didn’t really stretch past the borders of Hong Kong and its legendary action cinema. It’s only been in recent years that mainland China has found its way onto the global market, and for a country

The Mystery of Picasso

There isn’t one set-in-stone way to make an art documentary, because there isn’t one set-in-stone way to appreciate art. Those who believe art should stand on its own, or trigger some kind of personal reading, may feel that the work is diminished by too much