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In episode 17 of “Passion of the Geeks”, Pat & Greg discuss the Wonder Woman release strategy, share some Captain Marvel 2 rumours, recommend an anime classic and talk a bit about Ready Player Two, before they share their love for all things Lego. Today I found out. Rogue in Captain Marvel 2(Pat) Wonder Woman release strategy and Where is my PS5 (G…
 
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by the Geeks OUT President, Nic Gitau (@cocodevaux), as they get into the spirit with a new queer holiday movie trailer "Dashing in December" and the early X-mas miracle of "Wonder Woman 1984" coming to theaters and HBO Max on 12/25, and celebrate The CW developing a…
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present our latest Casting Call episode, this time for an Avengers film in 1967. This is a very different team than the one in the recent film franchise, and that might just send us off in some wildly varied directions. And since this is set decades ago, you may need our old friend Google to figure out who the heck we'r…
 
In episode 16 of “Passion of the Geeks” Pat & Greg talk some tech news about Google and Apple, recommend some exciting literature and new games before they try to settle an important question: Which movie is worse/better, The Core or Armageddon? Today I found out. Google cancels its free Photo upload space (Pat) Apple releases new Macs with the new…
 
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by President of NYCGaymers, Raffy Regulus, as they discuss the new trailers for Adventure Time: Distant Lands - Obsidian & HBO Max's Superintelligence, and celebrate CBS featuring new Star Trek: Discovery trans pride merch (with proceeds going to GLAAD) in This Week …
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present our discussion of GoldenEye (1995), the first 007 movie that starred Pierce Brosnan. Brosnan's four-film run as Bond had a lot of highlights (and some significant lowlights), but that's not unusual for such a long-running series. We discuss the history of 007, the diversity of actors who played the role, the rol…
 
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Kate Moran (@kickasskmo) as they discuss Supernatural problematically confirming a character's queer identity, check out the new trailer for Shonda Rhimes' Bridgerton, and celebrate Grant Morrison coming out as non-binary in This Week in Queer. This Week's Topics …
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present our discussion of two films by the Marx Brothers, Animal Crackers (1930) and A Night at the Opera (1935). If you need a break from the madness that is 2020, you can't go wrong with any of their movies. We discuss the chaos that was the Marx brothers, their Vaudeville background, stealing from the best, singing i…
 
In this weeks “Passion of the Geeks – Unplugged”, Greg talks about the collaboraton between Werner Herzog and Klaus Kinski and how complete and utter madness led to some prett compelling movies. Links & Sources Werner Herzog on Wikipedia Klaus Kinski on Wikipedia Kinskis best fits (German) The post Episode 15 – Herzog vs. Kinski (unplugged) appeare…
 
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Bobby Hankinson (@bobbyhank) as they discuss Cartoon Network's new anti-racist PSA, swoon over Timothy Olyphant in the new season of The Mandalorian, and with election day looming we celebrate AOC reaching out to voters while playing Among Us as our Strong Female …
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present our discussion of the 1940 film The Mark of Zorro. This is a classic swashbuckler based on a (mostly) original American story with some interesting backstory. We discuss early action films, a little bit of Hollywood history, a little bit of the development of the sword itself, some compare and contrast with anot…
 
In episode 14 of “Passion of the Geeks”, Pat & Greg talk about another delay for Cyberpunk 2077, say goodbye to Sean Connery, recommend some games, movies and shows, before they dive into an in-depth discussion of Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer and why this show is so important to them. Today I found out. One last(?) delay of Cyberpunk 2077…
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present this year's Horror Month, in which we're discussing films starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Week 4 brings us two non-Hammer movies, I, Monster (1971) and Nothing But The Night (1973). We discuss things that make movies hard to watch, high-profile cameo roles, more background than the filmmakers ever ca…
 
The Geeks OUT Podcast returns this week with Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) and Jon Herzog (@jonherzog) as they discuss the diverse characters and creators coming to DC's Future State event in 2021, the new trailer for Raya and the Last Dragon and celebrate all of the winners of the 2020 Prism Awards in This Week in Queer. This Week's Topics Include: BIG …
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present this year's Horror Month, in which we're discussing films starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Week 3 brings us two more Hammer movies, The Mummy (1959) and The Gorgon (1964). We discuss story and plot, cultural appropriation in film, more background than you probably care about, and a bunch of stuff in b…
 
In episode 13 of “Passion of the Geeks” Pat & Greg briefly review Star Wars Squadrons, talk about Amazon’s new Game Streaming service, the lack of new movies in theatres and share their enthusiasm about Baldur’s Gate III, Ted Lasso and The Right Stuff, before they try to answer the question about life, the universe, and… they talk about Douglas Ada…
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present this year's Horror Month, in which we're discussing films starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Week 2 brings us two more Hammer movies, The Curse of Frankenstein (1957) and The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959). We discuss the degrees of adaptation in these films, the casting of characters around Lee & Cus…
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present this year's #AllTheHorror collaboration, where we host a discussion of the 1972 film Horror Express. This time we're joined by Amelia from Pitney & Amelia's Bitchen Boutique, Jackie from Jackie Watches Stuff, and Trish from Invasion of the Remake. This is one for the ages, in which we discuss geography, the bene…
 
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Jon Herzog (@jonherzog) as they discuss the new trailer for the remake of The Witches, get excited for NewFest's all trans table read of Brokeback Mountain, and celebrate the news of Iman Vellani being cast as Ms. Marvel for our Strong Female Character of the Week…
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present this year's Horror Month, in which we're discussing films starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Week 1 starts us off with a pair of Dracula movies, Horror of Dracula (1958) and Dracula AD 1972 (1972). We discuss the overall feel of Hammer horror films, the sense of teamwork between Lee and Cushing, how the…
 
COVID-19 killed Geeks & Beats. While Alan and Michael are still healthy, so is the demand for business to business podcasts and a documentary series. Join The Internet's Favourite Dad, Brittlestar, as he hogs the virtual open bar while we thank members of the World's Worst Intern Program one last time as we talk about 8 years of The World's Most Po…
 
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Eric Green (@ericopolis) as they discuss the new trailer for WandaVision, get excited for the first look at Javicia Leslie as Batwoman, and celebrate Jonathan Bennett being cast in Hallmark's first queer Xmas movie in This Week In Queer. This Week's Topics Include…
 
In episode 12 of “Passion of the Geeks”, Pat & Greg talk about Enola Holmes, new consoles, Disney’s Mulan and a bunch of other topics before they discuss their love for musicals and flesh eating plants from outer space. Today I found out. HarmonyOS 2.0 was released by Huawei (Pat) Playstation and X-Box (Greg) Check this Out! Mulan – Original and Re…
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present another Casting Call episode, this time for a modern film version of DC's Creature Commandos. They were in the title Weird War Tales, and they were a group of "traditional" movie monsters fighting for the good guys in World War 2. This one presents us with some interesting ideas, being somewhere between superher…
 
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Jon Herzog (@jonherzog) as they discuss Lifetime casting a real-life couple as the leads in their first queer X-mas movie, the new trailer for season 2 of The Mandalorian, and celebrate Disney+ casting Tatiana Maslany as She-Hulk for our Strong Female Character of…
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present our round-table discussion of the recent behavior of DC Comics. We invited two local comic shop owners, Gabriel Mendez from Red Pegasus Comics in Dallas and Shado Wiley from Carpe Diem Comics in McKinney. We cover DC's firing of Diamond, some of the casting choices, some of the influences (in both directions), a…
 
In episode eleven of “Passion of the Geeks”, Pat & Greg pay tribute to Chadwick Boseman, share some exciting Nintendo news, discuss Star Trek – Lower Decks (maybe for the last time) and the new Dune Trailer. For their main topic they go into an in-depth discussion about what makes Spider-Man so amazing. Today I found out. It’s the 35th Anniversary …
 
In this week's super-sized episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by the President of NYCGaymers (@OfficialNYCG), Raffy Regulus (@raffyregulus), as they discuss the new diversity/inclusivity initiatives coming to the Oscars in 2024, get excited for a redesigned and playable Tawna in Crash Bandicoot 4, and celebrate the …
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present our discussion of two classic TV shows, The Honeymooners and The Flintstones. The Honeymooners was the template for the American sitcom in general, and The Flintstones in particular. We cover the beginnings of both shows, some of the casting choices, some of the influences (in both directions), and a bunch of st…
 
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by John Jennison (@Johnneecurtis) as they discuss Sony developing a Silk series from Marvel, a new trailer for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, and celebrate Star Trek: Discovery introducing a non-binary and a trans character in This Week in Queer. This Week's Topics…
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present our latest Q&A episode. We had two awesome questions (out of many, some of which we'll cover soon) about the comics industry in general. We cover comics in the mass market, the pricing of comics, access to comics in general, and a bunch of stuff in between. Plus our usual tangents galore and our comics picks of …
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present our recent chat with comics creator David Pepose. He came on to tell us (and you) about his current Kickstarter campaign for The O.Z., a dark twist on the magical land we all know and love. We also got him to catch us up on what else he's up to since we last hung out with him. Links to David's stuff: @peposed an…
 
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZmV88Rk0Pg&w=560&h=315] Sex Tech CEO Lora Dicarlo joins us to talk about what COVID-19 has changed in society and sex, and why the last thing you want is your Internet-connected dildo hacked by the Chinese. QR Codes, Video Conferences and Sex: Covid-19 Really Did Change Everything by Amber Healy Think back …
 
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by J.W. Crump (@JWCrump) as they discuss Marvel (finally) canonically acknowledging Hercules' queer identity in the latest issue of Guardians of the Galaxy, the new trailer for The Babysitter: Killer Queen, and celebrate Big Mouth re-casting Missy with comedian Ayo E…
 
The Fellowship is pleased to present our discussion of two movies, Dick Tracy and Darkman, that released in 1990. Both were groundbreaking films in their own way, and in very different ways. We talk about the each of them, including some history on how they were made, a bit about when they were made, how well we think they were made, Danny Elfman, …
 
In episode ten of “Passion of the Geeks”, Pat & Greg talk about their gaming roots and what they remember about their first gaming systems. They also share sone thoughts on the DC Fandome event and debate how evil Facebook really is. Today I found out. Oculus VR will require Facebook accounts in the future (Pat) DC Fandom Event(Greg) Check this Out…
 
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