There’s no question that the past year put all of us through the wringer, so it’s only fair that we return the favor. Mike, Mike, Ashley, Keith Johnson, and the award-winning author Bobby Nash review the highs and lows along with what they each look forward to in 2021. All
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The last major movie release of 2020 was delivered on Christmas Day and Mike, Mike, Alex, and Ashley rewind to the 1980s to see if the new Wonder Woman film belongs in an art gallery or a trash can. Plus, writer Oscar Ramo seeks divine providence in the Geek Sea.
‘Tis the season for buddy cop crime mysteries with lots of action and witty dialog. Writer/director Shane Black has featured the jolly holiday in at least six of his films so far and Mike, Mike, Alex, and Ashley discuss why it works (and sometimes doesn’t work) for him and hope
Heavens to Murgatroyd and fuddle-dee-doo! For over four decades, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera created some of the most iconic characters that forever made their mark on pop culture. Mike and Mike discuss the studio’s legacy with cartoon chroniclers Mark McCray and David Perlmutter who are smarter than your average
The ESO Book Club returns to discuss Larry Niven’s celebrated science fiction classic. Mike, Mike, and Kirby Bartlett-Sloan embark on the Lying Bastard to investigate the secrets behind one of the largest technological wonders of Known Space. Plus, writer/playwright/actor Billy Van Zandt shares some stimulating and side-splitting sitcom stories. All
Memories fade, but great movies live on. Mike, Mike, Alex, and Ashley rewatch Christopher Nolan’s first full feature and chat about the film’s innovative and inventive narrative before they all forget they ever saw it. Plus, Shannan Wilson pursues a career in film and television but gets caught in the
This year has been full of hardships and there’s no better time to show the geeks in your life a little holiday cheer. Mike, Mike, Mary Ogle, and Jami Winstead present some ideas for some cool gifts given from the heart to help ease the soul. All this, along with
Everyone out of the pool! Mike, Mike, Darren, and Mary are ready for a close up look at Billy Wilder’s noir classic from an LGBT perspective. Plus, actress Liz Priestley lands her first film role and passes her audition for the Geek Seat. All this, along with Angela’s A Geek
In this super-sized episode, the Earth Station One movie crew joins forces with the music folks to name the best of the best music used in movies. Mike, Mike, Alex, Ashley, Michelle, Ricky, and Bambi list their personal favorite song-driven soundtracks and discuss the power of music to not only
WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD – The Boys are back in town to face the Dawn of The Seven. Mike, Mike, Matthew Malis, Chip Johnson, and Wil Nix drink some Fresca and chat about the second season of Homelander and his amazing friends. Plus, actor/producer Patrick Harney tries his hand at the
The Countdown to Halloween concludes with a creepy crossover with This Epic Disaster podcast. Mike, Mike, Rick Baldwin, and Cheri Brown find themselves possessed with spirits as they continue to recount more tales of grisly grim (and occasionally gracious) ghosts. Plus, Chuck Pineau faces the demonic Geek Seat. All this,
The Countdown to Halloween continues as Mike, Mike, and award-winning artist Mark Maddox is visited by the daughter of Vincent Price, who recounts some tales of terror about the legendary father figure of Gothic horror. Plus, producer Stacey Toy makes her way through “100 Acres of Hell” to arrive in