We kick things off this week with an excerpt from the 1960s sci-fi novel Agent of Chaos by Norman Spinrad, which has a “hero” with a remarkably familiar name … Other discoveries this week include some very off books written by candidate for the nomination
After a short break between episodes (on account of one of the hosts moving house), The Geek Show returns for our regular, bi-monthly look at the weird and crusty outer layer of science and technology news with a podcasting taste that really shouldn’t be licked.
The internet’s hand-basket of cultural anarchy return for more playful poking of the over-stuffed bears of books and the arts. Kicking things off this episode are Stephen King’s claims that America’s President is scarier than anything he wrote, and that he kind of predicted the
The Summer Solstice has passed and we’re at the end of the June, which means it’s time for another of our monthly catch-up sessions, so welcome to another episode packed full of comics and manga! So without further ado, this week we have Exiles: The
With everything from plushies to video games under its giant belt, Godzilla is arguably one of the most profitable and marketable monsters on the planet, and with a new movie in cinemas (which we talk about as well), we though it was time for a
Over the years, low budget movies have changed exponentially. In 2019, independent film makers are getting an awful lot more bang for their buck. Look at 1970s low budget film, for example, as excellent as those genre films could be, some elements of their production
The Batwoman TV series is on the horizon, so Andrew, Mick and Rob thought it would be interesting to explore the character’s rather strange history, and in order to do that we have to go back to the original Batwoman, which isn’t the current Batwoman.
The press release that accompanied this indie sci-fi film heralds it as the best since Moon (Duncan Jones, 2009). That film, a decade ago, reminded us exactly what sci-fi is all about. Taking a human circumstance, and imagining what toll the future takes upon it.
With the news that James Gunn has be rehired to direct the third chapter of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Andrew and Rob decided to take a look back at the long and somewhat complicated history of the space-faring team. From the current roster, through
Arcade Spirits, a romantic visual novel, follows an alternate timeline set in the year 20XX where the 1983 video game crash never occurred. After a turbulent work history, you are granted employment at the Funplex, a popular arcade, home to a host of unique personalities