When does nightmare fuel eventually travel full-circle and become hilarious? That’s the sort of question that can only be answered on the latest edition of 4-Panel. Join Andrew and Rob as they talk about all things comics & manga, and kicking off this week are
Horror films take another trip to the woods, this time in Canada courtesy of Adam MacDonald’s Pyewacket. Leah and her mother have recently lost her father, and they move to a house in the middle of a local forest to make a fresh start. Their
We begin this episode with the shocking revelation that schools are teaching children to not only read classic literature, but to understand it as well. The surprises continue when we discover a surprising inclusion in an Indian children’s book about inspirational leaders, and that Beatrix
It’s time for more comics and manga shenanigans from your “friendly” neighbourhood podcast, so join Andrew, Mick and Rob as they discuss the cast for upcoming comic-book and superhero movies, re-shoots of The New Mutant movie, and the new series announcements from Marvel’s latest reboot.
MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS The White Lodge is a place beyond linear time, without cause and effect, a place where American fans might be watching episode 13 of Twin Peaks: The Return, and German fans might be watching episode 14. That real-world snafu seems quite appropriate
Seven Irish friends get together for a weekend at an isolated house in the middle of the woods. They have chosen a pretty bad time to do so, because a couple of miles away a large sinkhole has opened up, and the air smells strongly
Laika films have a remarkable position in modern cinema, not only are they keeping the wonder of stop-motion animation alive for the next generation, much like Aardman here in the UK, but they are also being the flag bearer for gateway movies. Between Paranorman, Coraline,
Meandering Mic returns after a bit of a hiatus, and this time Rob is talking to Nick Antosca – the executive producer and show runner of the hit American television horror series Channel Zero. Join them as they discuss the making of the show, its
There’s a tiresome tendency among Westerners to squeal “wtf japan lol” every time a Japanese film exhibits a minor eccentricity, but sometimes you have to acknowledge a film is very strange. That’s the case with 1977’s House, now released on Blu-Ray by Eureka Masters of Cinema.
Now that we’ve got the good and bad of 2017 out of the way we have to resume normal service … for a given value of normal that is! This week we cast our eyes (which are admittedly in various states of working order), over