Varieté

If you type in the term “Unchained camera” into the Wikipedia search bar, you’ll come across a very brief article where it hints that F. W. Murnau, one of the finest directors to come out of the German expressionist film movement, was the creator of

Batman: A Telltale Series

After discovering how to set categories in my Steam library I spent one particularly neurotic Sunday afternoon shuffling games about like I was trying to organise a bookshelf. When I was finally done I noticed that one of my settled upon categories, Adventure Games (Modern),

Keyframe 68 – Will Smith’s Fishatar

Things take a turn for the strange with a mess of trailers and some anthropomorphic technology jargon. Our featured anime are When Supernatural Battles Become Commonplace (Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de), and Mirai Nikki (The Future Diary), part 2 Tune in to The Geek

4-Panel 75 – Tiny Frank Miller in My Pocket

It’s the last show of the year so we pick our best comics and manga that we read during 2016 including Patsy Walker a.k.a. Hellcat, The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Big Trouble in Little China/Escape from New York, Berserk, The Black Museum: Springald, DC: The New

The Geek Show - Marvel and Square Enix Announce The Avengers Project

Marvel & Square Enix Announce The Avengers Project

Marvel and Square Enix have released a trailer for an upcoming series of projects between the two companies, the first of which will focus on The Avengers – but not as most people would know them it seems. The Avengers project is being designed for

The Geek Show - On The Box

On The Box 67 – Schrödinger’s Carl

It’s been a weird week with possible UFC in GoT, Tom Hardy’s bedtime story, ambitions for Strictly, and a Walking Dead college course. This week we’ve been watching Black-ish, The Grand Tour and Planet Earth II. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network for

Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia

Acclaim and success are very different beasts when considering the director, sometimes neither matter and the films they made that chimed with them the most have been overlooked or lost in the shuffle. Take the master of suspense himself, Alfred Hitchcock, his personal favourite was

A Platform to Talk About Platformers

When you can’t think of a good title, just make a bad pun. Puns are something I love almost as much as platformers, it’s one of my favourite game genres and one of the oldest. Back in 1985, Nintendo brought the video game industry back

The Glass Shield

African-American cinema’s relationship to the American mainstream is kind of like Halley’s comet; it’s always there, it’s just not always visible.  Charles Burnett’s career has lasted long enough to intersect with two major movements in black cinema; he may yet connect with the ongoing one.  After