Like movies and music, video games are one of those strange things that you wind up collecting without thinking about it. They just seem to accumulate over time until your risk life and limb trying to sort through them. But how many of them have
E3 was huge for Nintendo fans, for finally it was announced that they would be given not one but two new Metroid titles in both Metroid Prime 4 for the Switch and Metroid: Samus Returns for the 3DS. Metroid has been a long beloved franchise
Final Fantasy VII, the game that is the start, middle and end of the JRPG genre for some people and whenever the genre is mentioned this one will ultimately rear its head, so this week I’ll be looking at this title, has it held up
Press A to plant bombs. Don’t let said bombs blow you up. It’s rare to see a game that is still as basic as this on a modern day console, however, Super Bomberman R is one that takes pride in giving us the classic Bomberman
Curzon Artificial Eye releases the penultimate film from Andrei Tarkovsky’s body of work in Nostalgia and its something of an enigma. Post-Stalker, Tarkovsky planned to make a film called The First Day which concerned itself with atheism in the Soviet Union, long story short, he
This week on the Geek Show we take a trip down memory lane as we look at retro media, so join us as we embark on a massive nostalgia-fest.
The Last American Virgin, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Animal House and Porky’s – the 1980s was packed to the brim with teen sex comedies that rigidly follow the same formula. To that end, one could legitimately rinse and repeat the previous review of the
Nostalgia is a potent emotion, as much as it can transport you back to your younger days it’s equally able to ask questions of just what your younger self was thinking. This contrast defines everything about The Last American Virgin, Arrow Film & Video’s latest