After a slightly extended break the weirdly funny stain on the wallpaper of technology and science news podcasts returns to deface your walls. This week the Robs kick things off with a look at the rather disturbing trailer for the live-action Sonic the Hedgehog movie.
It’s the final episode of 2018 and The Geek Show is going for a well-deserved break from all of the weird science, technology and “other” news that we’ve found this year. Before we head off though, Rob and Producer Rob have the small matter of
How’s that for a title? It’s time for another peep through the keyhole of science and technology news with The Geek Show, and this week Graham joins Producer Rob for some tasty morsels of the weird and strange. Kicking things off is the rather serious
The strange alleys and weird streets of science and technology news need strong men to patrol them, but since they all have the day off it’s time for Andrew and Producer Rob to surreptitiously skulk around. Skulk is such a good word, isn’t it? Anyway,
We apologise for the lateness of this episode – EGX happened so please look forward to our coverage of the event. Anyway, Rob joins Producer Rob for another jaunt through the strange hinterlands of science, technology, culture and society where oddities tower like … well
Join us for another ride on our strange rodeo of oddities from science and technology news around the world. This time Andrew joins Producer (and kind-of-newsreader), Rob to discuss Stan Lee’s DNA signatures, “seeing” magnetic fields (but only if you’re a bird), toddlers with better
We’re back for arduous journey into the hinterlands of science and technology news to bring more strange tales and weird happenings. This time it’s Rob and Producer Rob captaining The Geek Show’s flagship as it navigates through the cackling of Amazon’s Alexa, fanatical Malaysian Apple
The erstwhile Brundlefly of British podcasting – also known as The Geek Show – returns for another tongue-in-cheek romp through the hallowed halls of science and technology news, and this time Rob and Graham – who can more often be found together on that notorious
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
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.