131 – The Geeks vs Hawk's Top 10 TV Series of the 2010s

In 2013, filmmaker Stephen Soderbergh was quoted as saying “In terms of cultural real estate, TV has really taken control of the conversation that used to be the reserve of movies. It’s sort of a second golden age of television, which is great for the viewers. … If you like your stories to go narrow…

BONUS – The Geeks Talk "Star Trek: Picard"

“You’re a stranger to history. You’re a stranger to war.” With the premiere of “Star Trek: Picard” just hours ago, the geeks have gathered to talk about the new series.

129 – The Geeks vs Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker

“This will be the final word in the story of Skywalker.” Released on 20 December 2019, “Star Wars: Episode XI – The Rise of Skywalker” marked the return of director JJ Abrams, and the signalled the official end of the Star Wars Skywalker Saga aka the episode films.

128 – For the Love of Star Wars: Part 2 – The Disney Era

““I fear nothing. For all is as the Force wills it.” In 2012, Disney bought George Lucas’ Lucasfilm for $4 billion and ushered a new era of “Star Wars.” They quickly announced a continuation of the episodic films, supplemental films, and TV series, comics, books, and video games to complement them.

127 – For the Love of Star Wars: Part 1 – The George Lucas Era

“A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…” In 1977, a little known writer/director named George Lucas released his cinematic love letter to the space serial of his youth. “Star Wars,” later subtitled “A New Hope,” launched the epic space-opera franchise that spawned a massive fandom.

REVIEW – Just Dance 2020

The geeks are back with a review of Ubisoft’s 10th anniversary celebration of their “Just Dance” dance rhythm franchise – “Just Dance 2020.”

126 – Comic Films Obscura

“Knowledge, like air, is vital to life. Like air, no one should be denied it.” Some of the most popular films in the past decades have been giant comic properties like the Batman films or the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Sometimes though, there are smaller properties that the casual viewer may not know originated in the…

125 – Long Live The Batman

Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight? Ever since Bob Kane and Bill Finger created Batman in 1939, the Caped Crusader has been one of the most popular and recognizable comic book characters to jump from the funny pages to the silver screen.