There aren’t many literary adaptations which begin with an apology to the source author – although there are plenty that should. But Pavel Juráček’s A Case for a Rookie Hangman, reissued on Blu-Ray by Second Run, is not like most films. It begins by promising “If
We’ve been away for a little while because of E3 (check out our coverage on our YouTube channel, and don’t forget to subscribe while you are there), but we won’t dwell on that because things other than video games have been happening in the world.
It’s the 1993 January sales, and Sheila, a bank clerk living in a Thames Valley town, needs a new dress for a date. She visits the local department store, where the persuasive shop assistant Miss Luckmoore sells her a red dress. It’s the only one
After establishing our status as award-winning swimmers (25 metres), The Geek Show returns for another dip in the shallower end of science and technology news, and kicking things off this week is the backlash against the poorly-written final season of Game of Thrones, which has
Farès is a small-time drug dealer in France, with little enthusiasm to continue. He’s been trying to become a legitimate businessman, with the idea of setting up a company exporting freeze pops to North Africa. His chance has finally come, and he’s saved up 80,000
Spider-Man: Far From Home is due out in cinemas very soon, and audiences will finally get to see Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio in all his goldfish bowl glory, but that got Andrew, Mick and Rob thinking about the web-slinger’s vast cavalcade of criminals. So this week
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.
The Internet’s goofiest science and technology podcast returns with the two Robs (or is it Rob and Bruce P. Gigabyte?), taking another little stroll on the wilder and sometimes wackier side of the news. This week we’re kicking things off with the big astronomy news,
Mad and hectic, One, Two, Three is a Cold War satire that refuses to be one thing – slow. Here you have all the cast bellowing orders to each other like World War Three is on the horizon, the pacing zips by, and André Previn’s
The mold that just won’t shift of science and technology podcasts returns for another episode, so welcome to the latest edition of The Geek Show! Kicking things off this week is Google’s announcement of their new video games streaming platform called Stadia – which may