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The Geek Show - S15E18 - FunkyWolverine-com

S15E18 – FunkyWolverine.com

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

Doctor Who | Episode 5 Oxygen

Written by Jamie Mathieson | Directed by Charles Palmer Do you know what’s worse than zombies? Space zombies. Do you know what’s worse than space zombies? Capitalism. Creepy factor turned up to 11 folks. Hands down I loved this episode. First of all, I loved

Death Road to Canada

You run for your life, throwing open a wooden door, throw yourself through it and then slam the door behind you. Looking around you see a lone zombie, shambling his way towards you. You grab your weapon; a golf club you secured from the last

Deadlight: Directors Cut

Set in an apocalyptic 1986, Deadlight tells the tale of Randall Wayne, an introverted and slightly paranoid survivor trying to rejoin his loved ones in a world torn apart by zombies. From the destroyed streets of Seattle, through the crumbled underbelly of the city’s sewers,

Zombie Fight Club

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery; take any Zeitgeist creating movie and the wave of films that come in its wake per exemplar. Gareth Evans’ The Raid is a classic example of this; the hyper-violent multi-story siege film has since enjoyed a massive rise in

The Great Christmas Giveaway

This year we decided to treat all of you to something a little bit special, so we’ve gathered prizes from all over and we’re going to give them all to one lucky person for christmas – and that person could be YOU! First up, let’s

“The Walking Dead” Video Game Season 2: Ep 1 (Review)

After an excruciating wait, Season 2 of Telltale’s “The Walking Dead” Video Game – based on Robert Kirkman’s Comics and the sequel to 2012’s game of the year – has arrived…in December. Nevertheless here is the review of the first episode (of five).  It is