It this episode I take a look at the legacy and influence of the horror literature icon H P Lovercraft. I also interview horror novelist and lover of the Apocolypse David Moody.
Mike and I travel to Eternia for some oiled up adventures. Only to come straight back to Earth with the cosmic key and record a commentary for Masters of the Universe.
I managed to get an interview with the amazing Ed Gale, the man in the suit of Howard the Duck and Chucky. We get some behind the scenes scoop on getting into Hollywood and working with George Lucas.
I catch up with my friend Kim Fletcher and introduce her to the Child's Play franchise and we have a good chat about the first film in the series.
I highlight two comic series I really enjoy but don't get enough attention. I also interview the guys from the podcast Xenozoic Xenophiles and former 2000AD editor John Tomlinson.
I sit down with the guys from Super Shakes comic shop to discuss comics that we don't think get enough attention or have been forgotten by history.
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In this episode I look back at the great space sitcom Red Dwarf. I discuss why this is one of my favorite sitcoms.
I take a look at the great 80's sitcom, 'Yes, Minister' and it's sequel 'Yes, Prime Minister'
Mike and I take on Stallone's attempt at a Dirty Harry movie and provide a commentary for Cobra like only we can.
Mike and I get together to record a commentary for the action fluff "Commando" (1985) in proper 20th Century Geek style.
I catch up with the guys from "Super Shakes" comic shop in Burton Upon Trent. We chat about running a comic shop, Morrison, Gaiman and Moore and tangents into other comic type subjects.
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In this show,
> A history of how Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison broke into Comics
> A review of Gaiman's Black Orchid, Morrison's Arkham Asylum and Moore's V for Vendetta
> An interview with Greg Carpenter, author of "British Invasion: Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison and the invention of the modern comic book writer
In this show we take a look at Elvis Presley and 5 events that defined his legendary career. I also interview Todd Slaughter a senior member of the British Elvis Fan Club (www.elvispresleyfanclub.co.uk).
A brief history of the Fab Four and Interviews with Ernie Sutton of the British Beatles Fan Club and Roy Browett, a life long Beatles Fan
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Mike and I review The Long Kiss Goodnight and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. We also discuss our favorite Christmas movies with a slight Christmas tree and Charles Dickens tangent.
Mike and I give out pre and post viewing thoughts on the latest installment of the Star Wars franchise. We take a few tangents on to space station artificial gravity systems and alternate Gandalf's.
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Man of Letters Mike and I kick off our Christmas movie review Shane Black retrospective with Lethal Weapon and The Last Boy Scout. We also discuss the top 5 alternate Christmas films.
We get round to gangsters, blowing stuff, Mel Gibson as a heart throb and whether It's a wonderful life is actually a Christmas film.
In the final part of our 90's wrestling retrospective. I provide a summary of the decade, the events that made it great and the legacy it has left.
Mad Mike and John Bull get stuck into the nitty gritty of possibly the best decade in wrestling. The Monday Night wars, The Attitude Era and ECW, all of it gets some attention. Get this in your ears and that's the bottom line!
Mike and I meet up to talk about one of the greatest eras in Professional Wrestling, the 1990's. However, before we get to the meat of the topic we get to talking about the time we spent as Wrestlers on the British circuit.
We talk about the promotions we worked for and other wrestlers we worked with. It is a really good look at our perspective on the industry and the sport.