Category Archives: Podcasts

4-Panel Vol. 2, Issue 45 – Thor: Love And Thunder

SDCC dropped a lot of revelations about Marvel’s Phase 4, and this week we’re focusing on the announcement that Taika Waititi will be directing Thor: Love And Thunder, and that Jane Foster will be wielding Mjolnir. So along with the shocking revelation that George Clooney

Cinema Eclectica 217 – They Saved Hitler’s Bath

It’s been 30 years since Spike Lee unleashed “Do the Right Thing” on cinemas like a bin pitched through a pizzeria window. Now, Aidan and Graham convene to give you the double truth, Ruth, about how it holds up in the modern era. Off the

4-Panel Vol. 2, Issue 44.- July 2019 Comics And Manga Blowout

It’s the end of July, which means it’s time for another of our monthly comic-book and manga extravaganzas where we try to cram as many different titles into one episode as we can. This month we’ve got another wide-ranging selection that includes the second volume

The Geek Show - S16E011 - Non-Denominational K-Pop Stars

S16E011 – Non-Denominational K-Pop Stars

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.

Cinema Eclectica 216 – Beheaded by Duck

Last week’s director’s lottery came out with Jonathan Glazer, so this week Rob, Aidan and Graham sit down for the British maverick’s sci-fi psych-out “Under the Skin”. Scarlett Johansson, white transit van, Glasgow – you know the drill. A special Off the Shelf, meanwhile, sees

4-Panel Vol. 2, Issue 43 – SDCC 2019 Roundup

San Diego Comic-Con is one of the highlights of the year for fans of all things superhero, and as usual we’re here to add our own brand of shabby chic to proceedings while we talk about the things that DC and Marvel have in store

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Literary Loitering 106 – Balls Deep With Geoffrey Of Monmouth

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

4-Panel Vol. 2, Issue 42 – Who Are The Eternals?

After burning omelettes and being fed tasty chicken, we decided we’d prepared enough to tackle one of the more … confusing additions to Marvel’s burgeoning cinematic universe, the super team known as The Eternals! Join Andrew, Mick and Rob for an exploration of the shocking

Cinema Eclectica 214 – The Last Of The English Tawdries

This week Graham and Tim check out Jim Jarmusch as he pioneers un-deadpan comedy with The Dead Don’t Die. Are the jokes as dusty as Jarmusch’s strangely goreless zombies? Off the Shelf sees Graham covering Border – the Mubi release which combines the two poles