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Updated February 2020
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Welcome to the internet’s most “okayest” nerd culture podcast! On the main show, host David Dassau and co-host Ted White cover a wide range of topics such as gaming, comic books, cosplay, anime, D&D, and much more! They are oftentimes accompanied by a guest with a thorough knowledge of a particular geeky topic or fandom. Apart from the main show, the podcast also offers a movies-only segment entitled Geek Garage “Goes to the Movies”. Make sure to tune in (almost) every Monday for new episodes!
 
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IT’S-A-ME! We are back for part 2 of our Legacy of Mario series, where David and returning guest Chase Hartsook discuss all games under the Super Mario Bros. umbrella, post-Super Mario 64. We hope you have as much fun listening to our episode as we did recording it! If you enjoy listening to the Geek Garage Podcast, consider donating to our Patreon…
 
The podcast welcomes three amazing artists who have an artistic style that is heavily influenced by anime: Miser, Rachel, and Zailey. We had the pleasure of meeting and working alongside these ladies in the Artist Alley at GalaxyCon Louisville, back in November 2019. They were gracious enough to come on the podcast to discuss what it’s like being a…
 
It’s our first Star Trek episode! The podcast welcomes back Mack Elder, and first-time guest Tiffany Elder. They are two of the biggest Trekkies David and Ted know, which made them perfect guests for this episode. Together, we take a look at the history of the long-running show, it’s cultural impact on both nerd-based and regular society, and ask s…
 
The podcast welcomes Jaren Prince, a one-of-a-kind Silent Bob cosplayer, avid fan of Kevin Smith movies, and just an all-around good dude. Jaren, David, and Ted chat about Smith's filmography, especially his most recent film "Jay and Silent Bob Reboot". Jaren also talks about how he got into Silent Bob cosplay, attending comic conventions, and even…
 
The podcast welcomes Julian & Lydia Loomis, the founders, operators, and trainers of Everyday Superhero Training. During the episode, Julian breaks down his philosophy and perspective on how to use your passions (geeky, or otherwise) to be the best and healthiest version of yourself!By GeekGaragePodcast.com
 
We have an extra episode for you wonderful listeners this week! For the latest installment of Geek Garage Goes to the Movies, David and Ted discuss Martin Scorsese's 2019 film "The Irishman" as well as Sam Mendes' 2019 film "1917". We'd like to throw out a spoiler alert, since we forgot to mention it during the episode. Also, make sure you tune in …
 
Listen up, content creators, this episode's for you! Oftentimes it can be difficult to find reliable and up-to-date information on how to best market yourself, without breaking the bank on ridiculously expensive online courses. Which is why marketing professional Brianna Reed is joining us today, in hopes of helping us navigate the tricky waters of…
 
The podcast welcomes back Chase Hartsook (ep #35 The Glory of Video Game Collecting)! For part 1 of our series on Super Mario Brothers, David and Chase do a deep dive into the origins and evolution of all the 2D Mario platformers, leading all the way up to Super Mario 64. Part 2, which will contain all of the 3D games, will be released after the ne…
 
The podcast welcomes back horror enthusiast Shauna Hoyt for this extra special Friday the 13th edition of Goes to the Movies. Today's episode is a watch-along of, well, you guessed it: Friday the 13th! As always, you're more than welcome to enjoy this episode as stand-alone audio, but we DEFINITELY suggest syncing and watching the film along with u…
 
It's our GalaxyCon 2019 episode! Ted and I take this opportunity to thank the fine people that ran the convention for putting on such an incredible event. We also talk about attending GalaxyCon Louisville for the first time, a few things we did that worked well, and then finally throw out some shout-outs to all the fine artists and vendors we got t…
 
On this Black Friday, my two friends Miranda (Frick) and Amanda (Frack) join me to celebrate My Chemical Romance getting back together! During our discussion, we talk about how we first discovered the band, and our extensive history with seeing the band live. We also chat about what we hope to get out of the band reuniting (more live shows, new mus…
 
Join David & Ted on another edition of their new "watch-along" series, where they tackle George Miller’s 2015 film Mad Max: Fury Road, starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron. For those that are new to our podcast, or haven’t listened in a while, these watch-along episodes are quite similar to DVD director commentary: After syncing the movie to the …
 
Welcome back, and thank you so much for listening to part 1! For part 2, Ian and I bring The Umbrella Academy Netflix adaptation into the conversation. We take a close look at a few of the key differences between the show and books, discuss the artistic changes the show creators made, and if they were for the better. Please be sure to subscribe to …
 
In what we hope will be an amazing, long-running segment for the podcast, Ted and I start our watch-along series with John Carpenter's 1978 film "Halloween". This episode works a lot like director commentary for a film. However, you can chose to listen to it either along with the film, or as stand-alone audio. We hope you enjoy this episode as much…
 
David and Ted FINALLY dive into the 80s horror classic The Thing, directed by the almighty John Carpenter. During the conversation, they get into some of the things this film is most known for, such as its amazing practical effects, the stripped-down and straight-to-the-point storyline, and Mr. Kurt Russell's magnificent hair and beard. Please be s…
 
"Goes to the Movies" cohost Ted White joins David to discuss Todd Phillips' new film Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix. Ted also does a mini deep-dive into a few iterations of the Joker, his appearances in the comics and in film, and the different portrayals by actors over the years. Please subscribe to our podcast, and Like/Follow us on social media…
 
Long-time video game collector and enthusiast Chase Hartsook joins us today to discuss the fantastical world of collecting video games. Chase gives us an in-depth look at what it takes to be a successful collector, and offers several extremely helpful tips to anyone that's looking to either get into video game collecting, or wants to up their "game…
 
On our latest episode of Geek Garage "Goes to the Movies", David and Ted explore the amazing, but sometimes fantastically gross, world of practical effects in film. We start out with a very brief history of practical effects, a few of the specific genres that utilized them, and the eventual evolution of special effects coming into play. Then, we di…
 
Marvel's Phase 4 will be the most ambitious yet. Not only is the MCU dealing with the regular film arsenal, such as origin stories and sequels, but it's also tackling original content in episodic form for Disney+. Between everything coming to theaters and Disney’s new streaming service, there are upwards of 14 titles to look forward to. Today, my w…
 
I am Jack's oddly-timed podcast. It's been (almost) 20 years since director David Fincher transformed Chuck Palahniuk’s novel Fight Club into one of the most cult-classic status films of all time. There is much to be said about this movie, albeit not much that hasn’t been said already. And because of that, Ted and I are choosing to focusing on this…
 
We celebrate the Walkman's 40th anniversary by diving into a bit of its history. We also discuss the evolution of portable music as a whole, from the late 70s up until recently. As a warm-up to our main story, we took some time to briefly go over few things that have been in the news recently. These consisted of the Sony/Disney battle for Spider-Ma…
 
We teased toward the end of our previous "Goes To The Movies" episode that we would be covering Tarantino's 9th film "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood". And we have delivered! Since the film has been out for several weeks now, the majority of what can be said about it has probably already been said. However, we did our best to come up with some relati…
 
Aaaaand we're back! Thank you so much to all of you amazing, loyal listeners for hanging on with us during our temporary hiatus. Words simply cannot express how grateful we are for your continued support, especially through trying times! For our first episode back (and very first episode recorded in the new studio!), Ted and I discuss two summer fi…
 
Booksmart is the directorial debut from Olivia Wilde, and Anna is the latest effort by the one and only Luc Besson (The Fifth Element, La Femme Nikita, Lucy). This week on "Geek Garage Goes To The Movies", Ted and David discuss their thoughts and feelings on both films. Please subscribe to The Geek Garage on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Spot…
 
This week, Ted is flying solo yet again. But, there is a silver lining to every cloud, and he is back to cover two more movies he loves: The Killer and Hard Boiled, both by legendary director John Woo. As always, spoilers abound, so stop and check these out before listening to the podcast. Be sure to like, subscribe, and review the podcast. Follow …
 
On this week’s episode, Ted is flying solo and discussing a couple of movies that are a little more arthouse than grindhouse: Mandy and Under the Skin. As always, spoilers for the movies discussed. Be sure to like, subscribe, and review the podcast. Follow us on IG, Twitter, Facebook, etc, and listen on your preferred streaming platform. We’re prob…
 
RAWR! For our third episode of "Goes To The Movies", Ted and I chat about the latest film in the ever-expanding "Monster" universe with Godzilla: King of The Monsters. This film is definitely not without its faults, which we definitely discuss to an extent. However, this movie is overall a LOT of fun, and would definitely recommend, especially if y…
 
On the latest episode of Geek Garage Goes To The Movies, Ted and David dive into the latest in the John Wick franchise, Parabellum. There is hardly anything negative we have to say about this movie, because it's absolutely incredible. The first 5-10 minutes are spoiler-free, but once we get through our initial thoughts on the movie, there are defin…
 
In case you missed it, we're starting a new "chapter" of the podcast called "Geek Garage Goes To The Movies", where my new cohost, Ted White, and I will be chatting about all kinds of movies (not just the "geeky" ones!). For our first episode, we discussed John Wick and John Wick: Chapter 2, in preparation for John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum (dam…
 
It’s finally here! Our #RoadToMTAC2019 series comes to a close with Part 4/Live from MTAC episode, where we discuss cosplay with some of MTAC’s con-goers/cosplayers. I'd like to thank all of my guests that came on the episode: McKensey Guffey and her friend Sarah, Ziggy McGee, Rika Fields, Kirk Griffin, and Andrew Knollenberg. In addition, I want t…
 
Our #RoadToMTAC2019 series continues with Anime, part 3! It's been long-awaited, but the one and only Mack Elder has finally joined the podcast, along with Kirk Griffin (featured on Part 2, Digital Gaming)! We had an amazing time discussing the wonderful world of anime, touching on certain topics such as its rise in popularity in geek/pop culture, …
 
For this episode, we're taking a quick break from our #RoadToMTAC2019 series to discuss Netflix's sci-fi animated anthology series "Love, Death + Robots". Ted White joins the podcast once again to take a deep-dive into the first season of the series, and go through it episode by episode to discuss things like varying animation styles, concepts/theo…
 
For part 2 of #RoadToMTAC2019, Connor Miller and Kirk Griffin join the podcast to discuss digital gaming. First, we talk about how digital gaming is so deeply embedded into the Con scene, especially MTAC. Then, we do something a little new to the show: We take turns pulling topics out of a hat. Some of those topics include our favorite console/PC g…
 
It. Has. Begun. #RoadToMTAC2019 is officially underway, with Part 1: Dungeons & Dragons! David is joined by alumni of the show Dylan Kline (Ep. #12) and Brooke Foriest (Ep. #15), as well as GG newcomers Matt Foriest (husband to Brooke) and Dwayne Long (friend to David), who are all avid fans and active players of D&D. We all had a fantastic time ki…
 
Ted White (episode #24) joins us again to throw The Matrix a birthday party! That's right, Neo and gang turns 20 years old in March, so we wanted to celebrate by discussing the cultural significance that the film had. We also talked about aspects of The Matrix that do or don't hold up over time, and if the philosophy behind it was groundbreaking, o…
 
Fellow film nerd and close friend Ted White joins me for an in-depth discussion of Dan Gilroy's latest effort "Velvet Buzzsaw", now available to stream on Netflix. We also take some time for a retrospective on his 2014 directorial debut "Nightcrawler". Make sure to follow Ted on Twitter @tedisonfire, as well as the podcast itself @GeekGaragePod! Fe…
 
We are getting SUUUUPER geeky with Part 2 of "The Sequel Was Better"! In episode 23, Jared Rigsby joins us again as we start off with a slew of comic book adaptations, then dive into a few films in the fantasy/adventure genre. We finish up with a few others, plus some of Jared and David's honorable mentions. Please don't forget to like/follow us on…
 
We are back! From the bottom of our geeky hearts, we apologize for our prolonged absence, but we are now back in action! For the latest episode of the podcast, we sit down with Jared Rigsby for part 1 of "The Sequel Was Better". We talk about certain instances in cinematic history where, you guessed it, the sequel was better than the original. Of c…
 
We're back! In today's episode, my good friends Mark Conwell and Jared Rigsby join me to discuss the much anticipated Avengers: Inifnity War. I'll go ahead and throw this out there: **SPOILER ALERT AHEAD!** During segment one, we each talk about our overall thoughts and feelings on the film, what we did/didn't like about it, and give a letter grade…
 
Nashville artist and animator Katie Callahan joins us for episode 20 to talk about the art of animation. Katie graduated from the Art Institute of Tennessee, Nashville, with a degree in Media Arts and Animation. Segment 1 - Katie's Accolades/Her History (2:33)Katie fills us in on her background in the world of animation (i.e. her training, where sh…
 
In our very first episode of 2018, David sits down to talk with James David West and Erin Greene, local actors in the Nashville area. They give us a rundown of what it's like to be a small-time actor/actress. They tell us how they got their start in the local acting world, and some of the productions they've recently been in. Then we dive a little …
 
Hello listeners! In today’s episode, we discuss the newest installment in the Star Wars franchise, The Last Jedi. We covered a few topics, including what we thought worked in the movie, as well as a few things that didn’t work as well as we hoped. Then we dove into some speculation and predictions on how Episode 9 will wrap things up. We also talke…
 
Hello! Today we welcome back Jaime Bruder and Catie Fenley (featured on Episode #14), to discuss HBO Original Series. We broke this episode into 3 segments: Segment 1 (4:03): We discuss the "special sauce" the HBO uses for its original series to make them so great. Segment 2 (15:30): We throw out our top 3 favorite series, as well as some of our ho…
 
My dear friend and fellow horror movie enthusiast Shauna Hoyt joins me for episode #16, where we discuss a few important topics surrounding horror movies. Such topics include how we were each introduced to horror movies, popular sub-genres, and some compare/contrasting between classic and contemporary horror films. Remember that the best ways to su…
 
Howdy! In today's episode, certified geek badass Brooke Foriest joins David to discuss some of the big blockbuster movies of this past summer. Afterward, we dive into some Marvel/MCU stuff. We talk a little bit about The Defenders, and some of the things we did and didn't like about it. We also speculate a bit about Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, a…
 
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