Tag Archives: Comedy

The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou

I have a strong love for Wes Anderson’s films as they have an odd, quirky feel to each of them. He has a knack for making some of the most mundane aspects of life seem fun and nostalgic; like your first love or a job

The Geek Show - Press X - E3 2018

PX29 – E3 Roundup 2018

There’s more Press X than you can shake a stick it and a whole lot more games to talk about as Andy, Rob and Producer Rob tackle the biggest show in the video game calendar – E3! With a massive number of titles being announced

The Geek Show - S15E21 - I'm Forever Milking Cockroaches

S15E21 – I’m Forever Milking Cockroaches

It’s time for another jaunt into the weird world of science, technology and beyond, so join Rob and Producer Rob as they delve into the cosmos and head to Pluto to find out what it’s made of (just to be clear, we’re not picking a

Keyframe 118 – A Psychedelic Night In

So aside from Producer Rob confusing his Sarahs (it should be Sarah Michelle Gellar and not Sarah Jessica Parker), Peter Rabbit gets a sequel, Netflix and Viz Media announce an original martial arts anime series set in Mexico, and Christiano Ronaldo gets animated. After that

The Geek Show - Press X - E3 2018

PX28 – Dreams and Expectations: E3 2018

E3 has just begun so Mark and Producer Rob take a flight of fancy and postulate, peruse and ponder on the possibilities that will be showcased at this annual cavalcade of video games. Join us as we adopt our best “Thinker” poses, flex our thumbs

4-Panel 141 – Dimension Jumping Lassie

Andrew and Producer Rob are back to talk about some narrative sequential art (you know, comics and stuff … and maybe the odd cave painting). Kicking things off this week is the news that Mysterio will be the main villain in the sequel to Spiderman:

Keyframe 117 – Death Metal Trash Panda

It’s a sparse week in animation as not much of interest happened, except for the trailer for Teen Titans Go! To The Movies and the English language summary of The Association of Japanese Animation’s industry report for 2017. The trailer splits opinions between Tucky and

Keyframe 116 – Giant Furry Space Hoppers

Guillermo Del Toro has signed a multi-film deal with Dreamworks Animation to create “family” movies – which basically means that anything that they churn out that has his name on it is definitely getting watched by us (even if it’s Boss Baby 73: Where Does

Metropolitan

It’s always a risk for a film to give you too many pointers about how to read it; most people like to work that out for themselves. But I was very charmed by a moment about halfway into Whit Stillman’s 1990 debut Metropolitan – reissued