The official definition of a podcast is “a digital audio or video file or recording, usually part of a themed series, that can be downloaded from a website to a media player or computer.” Yet to many of us, podcasting means so much more. Mike and Mike are joined by
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In these troubled times, we need someone to inspire us again. Someone who can be a symbol for all of us. Mike, Mike, The Geekfather, and Julie Filipek discuss who will wield the shield in the newest Marvel series on Disney Plus. Plus, one half of A Juicy Pear podcast,
A decade ago, a wave of alien nasties invaded South London and had a close encounter with a future ex-stormtrooper, timelord, and a legend of tomorrow. Mike, Mike, Alex, and Channing Sherman discuss the legacy of Joe Cornish’s directorial film debut. Plus, we revisit the stand-up comedy scene of the
Yabba-Dabba-Doo!!! Mike, Mike, Mark Heffernan and Mark McCray discuss the introduction of the modern stone-age family and the impact they’ve had on pop culture in the modern age. Plus, we chat with comedian Marc Sheffler about his early days of being on stage with the Three Stooges to his recent
An ancient rivalry is renewed as two Titans clash. Mike, Mike, Alex, and the award-winning artist Mark Maddox report from ringside on the epic battle of Alphas. Plus, our Creative Outlet features writer Justin Gray with his new wild west, horror, monster hunting, kung fu project, Billy the Kit. All
Regrets. We’ve all had a few as we’ve faced the end credits and final curtain. Mike, Mike, Alex, Adrian Powers, and Don Smith share some of their most disappointing movie moments. Plus, musician Aubrey Logan sets the Standard as she slides into the Geek Seat. All this, along with Angela’s
Three decades ago, we were introduced to the hardest-working band in the world, or at least Northern Dublin. Mike, Mike, Alex, and Kornflake order some soul and chips and rock out to the first installment of the Barrytown Trilogy. Plus, we Rant and Rave about Zack Snyder’s Justice League. All
Marvel Studios enters into a new visionary age of television, while exploring iconic sitcoms of the past. Mike, Mike, John McCarthy, and Kevin Cafferty enter Westview and become residents cast as podcast tv series reviewers. Plus, we chat with writer/director John D. Hancock about his new film, “The Girls of
The Earth Station One Rainbow Room is having a ball for all the gorgeous special people! Mike, Mike, Darren, Mary, and Tanya look at the 30-year-old documentary that captured the struggle of folks cast out from the great white way of living, or looking, or dressing, or speaking. All this,
The year is only a couple of months old, but there’s already been some big things happening in the world of science. Mike, Mike, Mark Holmes, Chip Johnson, and Neisha Mulchan discuss the recent Mars landing, the Covax distribution of the Covid vaccine, the new space race between Elon Musk
The list of sweet sixteen artists has been announced, but which ones will earn the keys to entering the Rock Hall? Mike, Mike, Michelle, Ricky, and Bambi discuss which nominees are worthy of rocking the vote. Plus, Ted Lange comes aboard the station and serves up some stories of working
In celebration of Black History Month, Mike and Mike are joined by Robert Jeffrey and Kieth and Phyllis Johnson to discuss their personal experiences growing up, examples of positive representation, and inspirational Black artists in pop culture. Plus, we go down under to buckle filmmaker Adrian Powers in the Geek