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The Geek Show - S15E24 - Starring An Indifferent Hedgehog

S15E24 – Starring An Indifferent Hedgehog

The Geek Show returns for another irreverent jaunt through the world, and this time Andy and Producer Rob are at the helm – which basically means there’s nobody steering! After handing the navigation over to their “mature gentleman” alter-egos, we kick things off with some

The Geek Show - S15E23 - Elon Musk Is Not A God

S15E23 – Elon Musk Is Not A God

That title should go without saying, but according to certain reports it seems like some people aren’t so sure … Welcome to another episode of The Geek Show – the water-logged paddling pool of science and technology news, plus a few bits that we found

The Apparition (L’Apparition)

The Catholic Church has a problem. An 18-year-old novice in a small southern French village claims to have seen an apparition of the Virgin Mary several times, and pilgrims are flocking in their hundreds to attend services with her and the local priest, who is

The Geek Show - S15E19 - Jesus Has The Best Internet

S15E19 – Jesus Has The Best Internet

The Geek Show rolls into town once again on its never-ending quest to prove that sometimes the world is just a really weird place … This week Rob from Cinema Eclectica joins Producer (and man who ate soup while reading the news), Rob for another

The Colour of Pomegranates

It’s a very large box for a very short film. Maybe you find that challenging, or intimidating, or mind-numbing, or somewhere between all three. If so, I’m not exactly sweetening the pot if I tell you that the film is a series of oblique, poetic

Through the Wall

“I have a hall. I have a dress. The apartment is almost ready. It’s a small task for God to find me a groom by the end of Hanukkah” So says Michal, the kooky heroine of writer/director Rama Burshtein’s Through the Wall (alternatively known as

Mustang

Prisons aren’t just buildings to house and punish those who have wronged society, they can also be of psychological and social construction, the flexibility of the notion has seen it bend and twist into one of fiction’s most well-travelled concepts. As far as film is

Guardian’s Crusade (Retro)

With my series of retro reviews, I’ll be coming in from the left field to shine a light on games that have either been long forgotten or never really discovered in the first place. Today’s case is Guardian’s Crusade. Guardian’s Crusade is a turn based Role

Omar

Politics effect everything in present-day civilisation whether one wishes to engage with them or not, but for some it isn’t a matter of choice. There are a few places that are politically infamous on name alone; Korea’s DMZ is one such area, as is the