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A light news week still provides plenty of discussion. Check out the full list of topics after the break.
In this GeekiN Extra we discuss The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins.
A week full of discussion and news. Check out our full list of topics after the break!
On this episode of GeekiN Extra, we discuss Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1. Join us on a spoiler filled discussion of the movie, and be sure to let us know what you thought of the movie!
A light news week this week due to the holiday weekends. But that didn’t mean that we didn’t have plenty to discuss. Keep reading to see what we talked about this weekend.
In this GeekiN Extra, we take a look at some of the recent trailers to be released. Check out the list of trailers discussed after the break.
Randy’s back from vacation and we have plenty to talk about, so listen up and check out the list of topics after the break.
In this GeekiN Extra, we finally take the time to discuss both our September and October book of the months: Chew Vol. 1 HC by writer John Layman and artist Rob Guillory; and I Kill Giant by writer Joe Kelly and artist J. M. Ken Niimura.
Come one come all its the Two Geeks Commentary. And as our first selection we thought we’d go with an obvious choice, the original Spider-Man movie, starring Tobey McGuire and Kirsten Dunst and directed by Sam Raimi. Scott and Ben with a special guest, sit down with a big bowl of pop corn and give their opinions about one of the first comic book movies of the modern age. Lets us know what you think and stay tuned for more commentaries.
In this episode we take a look at the director of the anticipated Captain America movie as well as grudge that FOX seems to have against Joss Whedon. Scott has been seeing some movies and Ben well he’s just being mysterious. Trailers this week are for UP, Seven Pounds, Nobel Son, Special, Slumdog Millionaire.
See you back here next week…
In this episode it is time for our long awaited Kevin Smith special. Scott and I take a look Clerks, Clerks II, Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and yes Jersey Girl. Also included in this episode is our official review of Kevin Smith’s latest film, Zack and Miri Make a Porno. Blessed with no technical problems this time, we are able to discuss in detail our feelings on the Jersey film series.
Make sure that you have watched all of the movies unless you won’t to be SPOILED! since this is an open discussion.
Check back later this week for our regular episode…
In this episode we catch up on some older news, including a sad departure and big ideas for Superman. Make sure that you check out Scott and I over at www.podculture.net for the next couple of episodes. Trailers this week are for 17 Again, Friday the 13th, Notorious, Gran Turino, Fan Boys, Monsters vs. Aliens, and Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. We’ll be back next week.
Watch out at about the 23 minute mark, Scott and I were visited by some ghosts that brought along some white noise…
In this episode Scott’s on the move! News involved a new crew taking a familiar Trek, a couple of Iron Man 2 surprises, the Avengers getting animated, Kevin Smith going to space, and much more. Trailers this week are for Twilight, Push, Just Buried, Valkyrie, Role Models, The Unborn, Good Dick, and Changling. See you next week!
In this episode, Scott’s been reading while Ben hasn’t done much of anything. We read emails and discuss Adaptation, quoteable movies, and Black20. News involves Thor getting the Shakespeare treatment, Dick Grayson getting the Smallville treatment, several movies getting the IMAX treatment, and much more. Movies To Watch For focuses on the film Defendor. Trailers this week are for Sunshine Cleaning, Dragonball, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Benjamin Button, The Spirit, and Hank and Mike. Finally, we review Eagle Eye and Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist. See you next week!
Well folks, it’s that time again!
We’ll be recording the Panel Discussion for Geek By Night Episode 06 “Raiders of the Lost Comics” this Sunday (9-28) at 8pm EST.
In this episode Scott’s been playing video games. We take time to discuss some of the season premieres that have aired so far as well as some emails and iTunes reviews. News this week involved the Green Hornet, the Jade Giant, the Emerald Knight, and other non green-related stuff. Trailers are for Zach and Miri, Frost/Nixon, Synechdoche New York, The Soloist, Bedtime Stories, Inkheart, Four Christmases, and Revolutionary Road. Finally, we review Atonement and Burn After Reading. See you next week!
In this episode, we review the recently released Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow as well as the first episode of Wolverine and the X-Men. News involves Fox returning to the superhero well, Green Lantern getting some new duds, the Ghostbusters coming back to the firehouse, and more. Trailers this week are for Milk, Real Time, Quantum of Solace, and Appaloosa. See you next week!
In this episode, we make an announcement on both Geek By Night finally returning as well as Ben’s involvement in the future of the series. We chat about Ben watching the series House. Scott is disgusted with Ben’s failure to boycott, and with himself over his morbid curiosity. Ben reviews the third Mummy, while Scott talks about Amy Heckerling’s latest film. News involves Raimi and Maguire hitting the webs again, Hellboy getting smaller, Superman getting bigger, and the Turtles getting real. Trailers this week are for Ghost Town, Yes Man, Merlin, and No Heroics. See you next week!
MTV is reporting the rumor that Will Smith has been offered the role of Captain America in Marvel Studios’ The First Avenger: Captain America and the subsequent film, The Avengers.
Producer Don Carmody is in negotiations with director Sam Raimi to bring the Canadian originated, off-Broadway production Evil Dead: The Musical to the big screen. In 3-D!
NBC has released the following promo images for Heroes: Villains, the third volume of the series. The new season premieres on on Monday, September 22 (8-9 p.m. ET) with an hour-long compilation show that will lead into an all new, two-hour premiere (9-11 p.m. ET).
This is a very interesting rumor that came about due to a throwaway comment made by Universal production prexy Donna Langley.
Hellboy II director Guillermo del Toro is apparently booked with projects through 2017 with projects such as his current adaptation of The Hobbit, remakes of both Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, as well as several others.
But del Toro is currently awaiting word on whether Universal will allow him to finish off his Hellboy trilogy. Hellboy II: The Golden Army fell just short of blockbuster status in the US , but performed very well overseas.
News dropped today that Spider-Man vets Tobey Maguire and Sam Raimi have been locked in by Sony to return for back to back productions of Spidey 4 & 5.
No word yet on Kirstin Dunst, but it is understood that Mary Jane Watson will be featured in the film and Sony isn’t looking to recast the character.
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