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The Geek Screen
57 minutes | Apr 20, 2015
Episode 013: Welcome to Spidey-Wood Part 2
In the second of our two-part series on the Spider-Man films, Perry and Johnny look at Mark Webb’s Amazing Spider-Man and Amazing Spider-Man 2.
108 minutes | Feb 25, 2015
Episode 012: Welcome to Spidey-Wood Part 1
With the news of Spider-Man coming to the MCU, we decided to take a look back on the other Spidey films that have been made to date. In the first of this two-part episode, we’ll look at the three Raimi films—Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, and Spider-Man 3.
115 minutes | Feb 17, 2015
Episode 011: What The Frak Was That?!
To celebrate the ten-year anniversary of the premiere of the Battlestar Galactica reboot, Perry finally watched the entire series from beginning to end. He and Johnny discuss the things they liked about the show and then go on to totally eviscerate the cop-out crotch-punch of a finale.
92 minutes | Feb 10, 2015
Episode 10: Agent Carter and Spidey in the MCU
In our first live episode, we discuss the addition of Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the latest episodes of Agent Carter, The Flash, Arrow, and Constantine, the Fantastic Four reboot trailer, and more. Plus, Johnny may finally be giving up on Gotham and Perry finally gets around to watching Battlestar Galactica…six years after it ended.
139 minutes | Jan 16, 2015
Episode 009: Our Top 10 Geek Flicks
We take a break from the usual format to come up with our very first Top 10 list! The rules were simple—we each came up with our ten favorite geek films and also had several alternates to fall back on in case our lists had any duplicates. Surprisingly, our lists were pretty different, with only a few similarities. Not only that, but we’ve still got the same off-topic bullshit, and Perry shares his conspiracy theory about the Fantastic Four reboot!
126 minutes | Dec 24, 2014
Episode 008: Did They Get My Dick Message?
We’re back again, this time to talk about Guardians of the Galaxy! We’ve kind of mentioned it in passing a few times, but here we sit down and have a chat about it, including sharing what we know about the different incarnations—Johnny is more familiar with the classic Guardians from the future while Perry knows more about the Guardians that the movie was based on. Also some (by now) outdated news!
120 minutes | Nov 28, 2014
Episode 007: The One Where We Lose Track of Time
So yeah, we kind of screwed up. This episode was supposed to be a discussion of Guardians of the Galaxy, but given there was so much news to catch up on, we ended up having to table that discussion for the next episode. Instead, we discussed Marvel’s Phase Three movies, DC’s movie slate, also touched on the beginning of this season’s comic book shows. Listen in to hear Perry’s rant against Gotham and Johnny’s rant against the DC Cinematic Universe! Plus, Johnny finally sees the Age of Ultron trailer!
133 minutes | Oct 23, 2014
Episode 006: Thor and Princess Amidala vs. Dr. Who
In this episode that we recorded months before we got around to uploading it, we talk about some news that has already been discussed to death and go on random tangents, plus Johnny’s dad has a warning for listeners about potatoes. Somewhere in the midst of all this nonsense, we discuss Thor: The Dark World. We’d tell you about Johnny’s hilarious recap, but you’re better off listening to it yourself.
98 minutes | Apr 23, 2014
Episode 005: What a Bunch of A-Holes
It’s been a looooong time since our last episode, and we come back to catch up on news that you probably heard months ago. The boys also look at some of the trailers for big comic book movies like Guardians of the Galaxy, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Captain: America: The Winter Soldier (the latter two of which are already in theaters), debate the casting of Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, and the main discussion is focused on the Marvel One-Shot All Hail The King, which the guys feel is a step forward in apologizing for Iron Man 3.
101 minutes | Jan 21, 2014
Episode 004: Man of Genocide
We start the New Year off wrong by watching Man of Steel, or as we prefer to call it, Man of Genocide. Both of us had a lot of problems with the new, darker Superman who is incapable of making decisions for himself, completely oblivious to his surroundings, and undertakes actions that feel like they’d be more at home on the rap sheet of a supervillain.
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