Tag Archives: Horror

Keyframe 100 – Magic Mushroom Milk

So we finally hit the big one hundred mark, and it’s been … emotional. Okay, so in actuality we forgot our birthday (blame it on old age), but we do have some interesting things to talk about this week. We start with the 45th Annie

78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene

Is there a scene more ingrained into the popular consciousness than the shower scene from Psycho? That question is answered by Documentarian Alexandre O. Philippe in his film 78/52. He applies a laser focus on those 78 setups and 52 cuts to discuss this watershed

4-Panel 120 – Meaty Slabs of Beef

Mick has gone to more exotic climes so Rob takes the third seat alongside Andrew and Producer Rob for another comics and manga podcast extravaganza. In other news, Marvel are thinking of doing their own story-based podcast, we get our first look at the live-action

The Cremator

Opening on extreme close-ups of a leopard trapped within a cage, Juraj Herz’s ‘The Cremator’ is the cinematic equivalent of a black hole, it sucks the audience into the warped imagination of Karl Kopfrkingl (Rudolf Hrušínský), who is out on a day trip with his

4-Panel 117 – Don’t Taint My Slime With Your Filth!

Andrew, Mick and the other Rob (he’s not a palette-swap – honest!), are here with another heaping helping of comics and manga. This week the gang discuss the new trailer for Deadpool 2, the early reactions to the Justice League movie (which aren’t all pretty),

Keyframe 96 – Satoshi Kon’s Anime Sausage

The times, they are a-changing … 45 years after their original team-up, Batman once again joins forces with Scooby Doo and the rest of the Mystery Gang. Meanwhile, Sony complete their purchase of Funimation (a lot faster than we expected), and Anime Ltd. move into

The Geek Show - A Conversation About The Evil Within 2

A Conversation About The Evil Within 2

The Robs return for another chat, and this time they’re talking about The Evil Within 2. With plenty of input from Shinji Mikami – who directed the first game, the sequel sees players taking on the role of depressed Detective Sebastian Castellanos, who must work

Locke and Key

Locke and Key is a dark fantasy comic series expertly penned by Joe Hill and beautifully illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez. With gorgeous artwork and a strong narrative, this is superb storytelling through sequential art. Be warned though – here be dragons. Horror, bloodshed and brutality

House of Wax (1953)

James Cameron has a lot to answer for, off the back of Avatar’s success film fans have been subjected to a decade of shoehorned 3D features. The only films still clinging on to this concept are the superhero mega-blockbusters, otherwise, 3D has well and truly