Tag Archives: China

The Geek Show - S16E08 - Cronenberging Your Tamagotchi

S16E08 – Cronenberging Your Tamagotchi

After establishing our status as award-winning swimmers (25 metres), The Geek Show returns for another dip in the shallower end of science and technology news, and kicking things off this week is the backlash against the poorly-written final season of Game of Thrones, which has

The Geek Show - S16E06 - Schrödinger's Black Hole

S16E06 – Schrödinger’s Black Hole

The Internet’s goofiest science and technology podcast returns with the two Robs (or is it Rob and Bruce P. Gigabyte?), taking another little stroll on the wilder and sometimes wackier side of the news. This week we’re kicking things off with the big astronomy news,

The Geek Show - S15E31 - Too Fabulous To Be Human

S15E31 – Too Fabulous To Be Human

The Geek Show rolls back into town for another turn on the “Suck It And See” roller-coaster of science and technology news, and this week it’s Rob who joins Producer Rob for afternoon tea and ridiculousness. So what’s in store this week? Well, Elon Musk

Once Upon a Time in China Trilogy

The 1990s was a tumultuous time for Hong Kong Martial Arts cinema. Its favourite son, Jackie Chan, was too big to fail and as such he was doing whatever he wanted on Golden Harvest’s payroll, Sammo Hung was closer to a director than the action

Youth (2017)

Back to 1942 is one of the bleakest movies of recent years, Feng Xiaogang directed a horrifying presentation on the human cost of war. The 2012 movie showed an invading army turning their weapons on civilians, people selling their children just so said offspring can

The Geek Show - S15E13 - Flamethrower Cooking With Elon Musk

S15E13 – Flamethrower Cooking With Elon Musk

It’s time to join Rob and Andy for more news-based shenanigans from the realms of science and technology, and we’re kicking things of this week with some recycling … … on the Moon After that it’s all systems go with potential holodeck technology, stupidity causing

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