Shaft (1971)

Few things in pop culture have an associated piece of music that precedes it as widely as Shaft. Isaac Hayes legendary and academy recognised score and song is identifiable from its first few bars and with good reason too, Hayes is one of the kings

The Geek Show - A Conversation About FIFA 18

A Conversation About FIFA 18

We return for more commentary about the beautiful game, but this time we’re tackling EA’s FIFA 18. Rob and Rob dribble their way through the mini-games, story mode, manager mode and more before discussing a couple of ideas that they’d love to see in a

The Geek Show - S15E03 - Nazgûl Tourism Board

S15E03 – Nazgûl Tourism Board

The grand-pappy of The Geek Show Podcast Network returns for another blast of news and geeky conversation. This week we take a look at the title for the new Han Solo film, A member of Blink 182’s quest for space aliens, police hover-bikes, and a

The Geek Show - A Conversation About Ys VIII - Lacrimosa of Dana

A Conversation About Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana

It’s time for another conversation about video games, so join Rob and Mark as they explore the cursed island of Seiren in Falcom’s latest addition to their long-running fantasy action RPG franchise – Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana. Let us know what you thought about

The Vikings

It’s strange, on the face of it, that there aren’t more movies about Vikings.  Television has exploited this gap in the market with shows like – well, like Vikings, obviously – but there’s still a puzzling absence of Norsemen on the big screen.  Puzzling because

Blade Runner 2049

When sci-fi fans learned that Blade Runner was to receive the dreaded reboot treatment, the reaction was all too familiar: a cash-in rehashing of an untouchable classic best left to be ignored. With the recent cascade of failed reboots, the hope that Blade Runner could

The Party

There are Elephants in the room that are both literal and metaphorical in the Party, the latest release from Eureka. One appears in the final chaotic throes of the titular party and the other is represented by Peter Sellers in brownface adopting an Indian accent.