The Geek Show - Mafia III - One Way Road Story Trailer

Mafia III – One Way Road Story Trailer

2K and Hangar 13 have announced that Mafia III – the next instalment in the popular organized crime video game series – will launch on the 7th of October 2016. Collector’s, Deluxe and Standard editions of Mafia III will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox

The Geek Show - Literary Loitering

Literary Loitering 38 – Inconceivable!

The rambunctious scamps return for more literary conversation including the winner of the Bookseller Diagram prize, a “magical” collaboration between Harry Houdini and H. P. Lovecraft, the “Invisible Collection” and more. Our featured books are “Bigfoot Loose and Finn Fancy Free” by Randy Henderson and


Only Angels have Wings

For many film fans in the UK, the Criterion Collection has been locked behind region codes and blocks therefore the highest profiled of all boutique labels choosing 2016 to migrate to these shores is the best news in years. Their opening salvo of titles represents

The Geek Show - S12E10 - Friday Night Beef Special

S12E10 – Friday Night Beef Special

Defend your choice is back, and this time we’re looking at our favourite fight scenes featuring big hitters from anime, video games and movies. The gloves are off as our Gentleman Jim’s try to strike kung fu poses and seem unable to say the word

The Geek Show - On The Box

On The Box 46 – Cross-Dimensional Grinder

Television is a strange place, and making it stranger is Sky’s announcement that they’re hoping to add virtual reality. In other news, Xena will be openly gay in the reboot and we were extremely sad to learn that magician and TV present Paul Daniels had


Cinema Eclectica 61 – Disney Deniers

This week we discover that Disney Deniers exist and are among us. In a change from our regularly scheduled programming embark upon a celebration of all things from the House of Mouse with “The Fox and the Hound”, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”, “Atlantis: the


Grey Gardens

What are the building blocks of a cult movie?  Uniqueness and a certain quotability both help, but also it needs the sense of a world to explore, an impression that every casual reference to an off-screen character or brief appearance might lead to a life


Three Days of the Condor

Even with them being the source of consternation for critics and audiences alike, tropes are an invaluable resource for the film writer – either as a framework to subscribe to or one to rebel against. A film responsible for the installation of many tropes is


Back to God’s Country

A Technicolor frontier adventure set in the wilds of the Arctic, Back to God’s Country exists at the intersection of three of the most comfortingly dad-movie genres; the pre-revisionist Western, the wilderness survival story and the Jack London-patented faithful dog story.  Source author James Oliver