Keyframe 109 – A Game of Segues

Confusion reigns this week as the alcohol flows (for one of us anyway), wigs are glued and Reboot gets a reboot. In other news, Sega and Paramount pictures pick up the gauntlet thrown by Nintendo and announce a Sonic the Hedgehog feature film, and Kumo

4-Panel 131 – Venom Gives You Extreme Protection

Andrew, Mick and Rob embark on another jaunt through the oceans realms of comic-books and manga where they trawl for tasty nuggets of graphic literature goodness. Amongst the items and oddments caught in their net this week are Marvel’s plans for X23, the announcement of

Cinema Eclectica 151 – Needs More Benedict Wong

Rob, Mick and Graham travel into unknown territory this week for Alex Garland’s Netflix psych-out “Annihilation” on the day of its release. If you’ve ever wanted to listen as people grapple with a trippy, existential, hard science fiction film a couple of hours after watching

The Geek Show - S15E16 - Klingon Santa is Coming to Town

S15E16 – Klingon Santa is Coming to Town

We’re back for arduous journey into the hinterlands of science and technology news to bring more strange tales and weird happenings. This time it’s Rob and Producer Rob captaining The Geek Show’s flagship as it navigates through the cackling of Amazon’s Alexa, fanatical Malaysian Apple

An Actor’s Revenge

It’s late Edo-period Japan. An acting troupe from Osaka has arrived in the capital city to perform. Thieves and pickpockets stalk their prey among the paying audience, while merchants and aristocrats watch from the balcony seats. Yukinojo, a slightly paunchy onnagata (kabuki actor who plays

Re: Born

Tak Sakaguchi retiring was a bit of a running joke once upon a time, with news reports flipping sides on a near-daily basis. “Today he isn’t retiring, tomorrow he is”. Unfortunately, the ‘speed master’, friend of Sion Sono, and surprisingly good actor within the martial

Shirley – Visions of Reality

In his book Which Lie Did I Tell?, William Goldman offered a typically pugnacious definition of the difference between a director and a cinematographer: “You say to your cinematographer, ‘I want this to look like a Hopper painting’, and you pray he can do it.”

4-Panel 130 – Scrooge and the Ghost of Days of Future Past

The 4-Panel gang ride into town again, which means it’s time for another round-up of all things comic-book and manga related. Kicking things off this week are some newly revealed details about Marvel’s highly-anticipated Avengers: Infinity War, after which we’re shocked to discover that the