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The Geek Show - S15E02 - Night of the Living Bwaaamps

S15E02 – Night of the Living Bwaaamps

It’s time for another edition of the reliable flagship! This week we’re discussing the official death of the Windows phone, the promotion of Facebook’s new Spaces application, the safety of self-driving cars and more. We also take a look at what’s been happening on the

Keyframe 92 – Netflix’s Anime Big Boy Pants

As the Summer season winds down, we take a look at the good, the bad, the mediocre, the just plain wrong, the unexpected and the anger-inducing anime of the last three months. Our featured animated movie and cartoon are Michaël Dudok de Wit’s The Red

Keyframe 90 – The Worst Kept Secret in Anime

This week we’ve got movies galore with the Mobile Suit Gundam movie trilogy (I, II: Soldiers of Sorrow and III: Encounters in Space – we had to break Mark out of Gundam rehab for them), followed by a special treat called The Boy and The

The Howling

Joe Dante is a beloved man, his films are among the most humble and darkly funny the genre world has to offer. His work is the point which light and dark intersect within the horror and science fiction cannons. That is true save for the

The Night Is Short, Walk On Girl

This review has taken a long time. I left it, I left it some more, I left it longer and yet I still can’t wrap my head around the damn thing. The Night Is Short, Walk On Girl is my first exposure to director Masaaki

Vampir Cuadecuc

Some time in the early 2000s, a Peruvian government spokesman was forced to testily deny online rumours that some of the country’s cabinet were vampires. “A government cannot go around sucking the blood of its people”, the spokesman claimed, inviting the obvious rejoinder; which government