Keyframe 84 – Give ‘Em The Laaaaazy Eye

With Bleach getting a live-action movie, we take a look at the current trend of anime to live-action adaptations. We also discuss the potential bankruptcy of long-running anime studio Artland. Our featured anime are 11 Eyes (Tsumi to Batsu to Aganai no Shoujo), and School

The Saga of Anatahan

In a recent self-titled documentary Brian De Palma stated that film-makers produce their best works between the age of 30 and 50, between that and the industry forever pursuing new and interesting voices, it makes ‘the final movie’ an incredibly interesting topic of discussion. Legendary

4-Panel 100 – The New Communism of Manga

While Marvel try to avoid issues of racism with the Black Panther movie and seem to have an inability to count, DC are giving away a comic for free, and have a new candidate to sit in the director’s chair for Suicide Squad 2. Oh,

The Geek Show - S14E23 - Disco Wombles

S14E23 – Disco Wombles

It’s the end of Series 14 so we decided to talk about endings … in a sense. Join us as we meander through Doctor Who, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, comic-book endings (and the lack thereof – especially when killing off characters), video game endings and

The Geek Show - PX23 - Stress Relief for Japanese Salary Men

PX23 – Stress Relief for Japanese Salary Men

Press X returns to talk about more games that we’ve been playing recently, video games publishers and developers that are trading in nostalgia, and the rise and fall and rise of the point-and-click genre. This week we’ve been playing a veritable smorgasbord of games, from

Dunkirk – a very loud introduction to war

Leaving the cinema after watching Dunkirk, you’d forgive your brain for thinking that you had just gotten off a rollercoaster. The relentless pace at which the movie depicts the frightening realities of war is as thrilling an experience — if not the biggest thrill —

Heal the Living

For some, Katell Quillévéré’s third feature film, ‘Heal the Living’, has slotted itself nicely in the honourable mentions for film of the year in 2017. As of writing, Mark Kermode just put out his annual mid-term report of his favourite films from January – June