Episodes: 2012

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On this episode we take a look back of some of our favourite moments from 2012. This is jammed pack full of interviews with some of our amazing guests that we got to talk to over the course of the year. Some of our old rivalries are renewed and new ones started and of course lots of complaining and ranting once again.

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Music from this Episode:

  • The Show Must Go On by Queen
  • It’s a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock n Roll) by AC/DC
  • On With the Show by Filthy Thieving Bastards
  • Heartache Tonight by The Eagles
  • Family Feud by The Hit Crew
  • Thanks for the Memories by Bob Hope and Shirley Ross
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On this episode Andrew is joined by special guest co-host Kris Johnson of Bizarre Comics. They are reviewing the latest Judd Apatow film This Is 40 starring Paul RuddLeslie Mann and Maude Apatow. They also speak with actor Robin Dunne about his latest project Space Milkshake.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Christmas Jam by Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  • Watch the Moon Come Down by Graham Parker & The Rumor
  • Rewrite by Paul Simon
  • Super Sloppy Space Junk by Milkskake Daddy
  • When the Lights are Low by Billy Boyd
  • No Assholes for Christmas by Stephie Coplan and the Pestrians
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On this episode Andrew is joined by special guest co-host Kris Johnson of Bizarre Comics. They are reviewing the latest adventure from Middle Earth Peter Jackson‘s The Hobbit starring Martin FreemanIan McKellen and Richard Armitage. They also have a geekgasm talking with Aggressive Comix own Jenny Lorenzo of Geekgasm.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Skating by Vince Guaraldi
  • Misty Mountains by Howard Shore, Richard Armitage and the Dwarf Cast of The Hobbit
  • Axe or Sword? by Howard Shore from the Hobbit Soundtrack
  • Super Mario Bros. Medley by Mochtroid 127
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Vitamin
  • Baby It’s Cold Outside (Hoth Version) by Kirby Krackle featuring the Doubleclicks
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On this episode we are visited by the Ghosts Geekmas Past. That’s right it’s the 3rd annual  Geek Hard Christmas episode. We have another movie swaperoo (Rare Exports and Four Christmases), discuss some Christmas specials and of course there are some comics. But we couldn’t do it alone, we are joined in studio again by Nerds with Guitars. They are playing some new tunes and some old plus of course the latest Geek Hard Christmas Carol.

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Music from this Episode:

  • The Christmas Song by Sammy Davis Jr.
  • Uncle John by Jonanthan Coulton and John Roderick
  • Christmas Is by Run-DMC
  • Christmas Night by Justin Jones
  • Two Weeks Late for Christmas by Idlechatter
  • Christmas Time is Here by Correatown
  • There Are Much Worse Things to…. by Elvis Costello and Stephen Colbert
  • Linus and Lucy by Dave Koz
  • 12 Days of Christmas by Sloan
  • All I Ever Get For Christmas Is Blue by Over the Rhine
  • We Wish You A Merry Christmas by Weezer
  • Christmas at my Comic Shoppe by Idlechatter
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On this episode we review Red Dawn starring Chris HemsworthIsabel Lucas and Josh Hutcherson. We also speak with author Adrienne Kress writer of the new novel The Friday Society.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Magneto and Titanium Man by Paul McCartney and Wings
  • Main Title from Red Dawn (1984) by Basil Poledouris
  • Red Band by Sandweaver
  • Charlie’s Angels Theme by The International TV Orchestra
  • The Last Steampunk Waltz by Ghostfire
  • Dallas Theme by The International TV Orchestra
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On this episode we review With Great Power: The Stan Lee Story. We also review WWE 13 from THQ and Fringe Season 5.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • The Zombie Song by How It Should Have Ended
  • Spider-Man by The Nylons
  • The Merry Marvel Marching Society Song
  • Break It Down (DX) by Jim Johnson
  • The Ultimate by Jim Johnson
  • Color Me Once by The Violent Femmes
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On this episode we review the latest Bond film Skyfall starring Daniel CraigJavier Bardem and Naomie Harris. We also review Avengers Academy and The Walking Dead Season 3.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Boom Boom by The Animals
  • Skyfall by ADELE
  • James Bond Theme by the Instrumental Champions
  • All About the Brains by Swamp Thing
  • Seven Nation Army by The Super Power Club
  • Divine Intervention by Matthew Sweet
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On this episode we review The Man with the Iron Fists starring  Russell CroweRZA and Byron Mann. We also have talk with comedian Pat Thornton about his 4th annual 24 Hours of Stand Up event for the Steven Lewis Foundation.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Political by Spirit of the West
  • The Baddest Man Alive by The Black Keys and RZA
  • I Go Hard by Wiz Khalifa, Ghostface Killah & Boy Jones
  • No Time to Live by Johnny Winter
  • Twenty-Four Hours by Muddy Waters
  • Brand New Cadillac by The Clash
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On this episode we review Disney’s latest animated film Wreck-It Ralph starring John C. ReillyJack McBrayer and Jane Lynch. We also have our wrap up discussion of the 2012 Toronto After Dark Film Festival.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Cantina Band by the Intergalactic Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Wreck-It, Wreck-It Ralph by Buckner and Garcia
  • Wreck (Mankind Theme Music) by Jim Johnson
  • In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida by the Incredible Bongo Band
  • The Final Countdown by Europe
  • Drawings with Words by Wordburglar
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On this episode we talk all things spooky. It’s our Halloween Spooktacular and we review the 1978 classic John Carpenter’s Halloween. We also have our infamous Ol’ Movie Swaparoo where we trade Monster Brawl and Killer Klowns from Outer Space with our special guest Brent Chittenden.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Laurie’s Theme from Halloween by John Carpenter
  • Frankenstein by The Edgar Winter Group
  • Friday the 13th by the 101 Strings Orchestra
  • Welcome to my Nightmare by Alice Cooper
  • Moar Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff by Deadmau5
  • Halloween by AFI
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On this episode we review Seven Psychopaths by Martin McDonagh starring Colin FarrellChristopher Walken and Sam Rockwell. We also speak with Rich Cassidy of Aggressive Comix.com producers of Geekgasm about the New York Comic Con.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Teenage Blood by Apex Manor
  • The Cut is the Deepest by PP Arnold
  • Different Drum by Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs
  • Geeks by Binarpilot
  • Go Mario – Super Mario Bros. by Winifred Phillips
  • Christopher Walken by Mickey 9s
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On this episode we review The CW’s new show Arrow based on the DC Comics character Green Arrow. We also speak with James Cooper author of Kickstarter for Filmmakers and director of short film Elijah the Prophet.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Come With Me by Blonde from Fargo
  • Green Arrow by The Sprague Brothers
  • Broken Arrow by Robbie Robertson
  • The Kickstarter Song by Ethan Newberry featuring Rigor Tortoise)
  • Elijah the Prophet by Starflyer 59
  • The Rocketeer Main Theme – Harajuku Nation
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On this episode we review Disney’s Frankenweenie directed by Tim Burton. We also speak with J. Torres about his current Indiegogo project True Patriot.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • O Canada by Big Sugar
  • True Patriot Love by the Joel Plaskett Emergency
  • Strange Love by Karen O
  • Pet Sematary by Plain White T’s
  • Northern Touch by The Rascalz featurning Kardinal Offishal, Thrust, Choclair & Checkmate
  • Patriot by Michael W. Smith
  • Why Am I So Dizzy? by hitRECord featuring Joseph Gordon Levitt
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On this episode we review Dredd starring Karl UrbanOlivia Thirlby and Lena Headey. We also speak with Christian Burgess programmer for the Toronto After Dark Film Festival.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Bad Reputation by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
  • In for the Kill by La Roux
  • End Credits Music from Judge Dredd by Alan Silvestri
  • Dark Side of Night by Foxboro Hottubs
  • After Dark by Blue Oyster Cult
  • Suckerpunch by the Refreshments
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On this episode we review ABC’s of Death from TIFF. We also speak with Andrew Parker about the goings on at TIFF, the best the worst.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Like Dylan In the Movies (Live Version) by Belle and Sebastian
  • Death Letter by The White Stripes
  • ABC by the Jackson 5
  • In the Movies by Sloan
  • Art House Director by Broken Social Scene
  • Do It Anyway by Ben Folds Five
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On this episode we review Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing World Premiere at TIFF. We also speak with Jennifer Blanc about her latest film The Victim directed by Michael Biehn.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Yesterday’s Hero by the Bay City Rollers
  • Shakespeare’s Sister by The Smiths
  • Another Hero by Bovver Boys
  • The Victim by Pat Benatar
  • The Grindhouse Blues by Robert Rodriguez
  • Green Onions by Booker T and the MGs
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On this episode we review DVD release Safe starring Jason StathamCatherine Chan and Chris Sarandon. Also we take a look at the season 7 opening episode of Doctor Who - The Asylum of the Daleks and Jeff Lemire’s Lost Dogs graphic novel.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • If You Want Blood (You Got It) by AC/DC
  • Action Hero by Terry Devine-King
  • Jason Statham by Louy Fierce
  • Dr. Who by Smerins Anti-Social Club
  • Waiting for My Real Life to Begin
  • I’ve Seen All Good People (Your Move)
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On this episode we recap Fan Expo 2012 and discuss the upcoming Fall TV line up. We also speak with Bo Stevenson Producer & Writer for Tom Hanks’ Electric City.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Can You Dig It by Jim Johnson and Booker T
  • Television by Bad Religion
  • Boob Tube by Eva Everything
  • Off the Grid by Beastie Boys
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On this episode we review ParaNorman starring Kodi Smit-McPheeAnna Kendrick and Christopher Mintz-Plasse. We also speak with Jim Drucker of NewKadia.com the largest online comicbook store.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Welcome to the Con by Ookla the Mok
  • Little Ghost by The White Stripes
  • People Are Strange by the Vitamin String Quartet
  • Theme from Super Skrull by Ookla the Mok
  • Web Slinger/Hope Bringer by Kirby Krackle
  • Fly at Night by Chilliwack
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On this episode we review Jay and Silent Bob Get Old: Tea Bagging in the UK with Kevin Smith and Jay Mewes. We also speak with the talented Ellen Dubin who is doing voice work in the upcoming Guild Wars 2 MMORPG.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Pistols At Dawn by Kasbian
  • Going to London by Guitar Gangsters
  • Scotland the Brave by The Drums & Pipes & The Cape Town Highlanders
  • Sunset by Ron van den Beuken
  • Season 3 Opening Theme for Lexx
  • 38 Years Old by The Tragically Hip
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On this episode we review The Bourne Legacy Starring Jeremy RennerRachel Weisz and Edward Norton. Also we  talk with Dan Brereton of Nocturnals fame abouthis new art book Siren and we also talk with Scott Pilgram creator Bryan Lee O’Malley about the new colour editions of his classic story.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Vampirella by Misterio
  • Extreme Ways by Moby
  • Drone (from the Bourne Legacy Soundtrack) by James Newton Howard
  • This is Not An Excuse Because There is No Excuse by Kupek
  •  Walls by Kupek
  • Where Are You Now? by Sloan
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On this episode we review Tom Hanks’ Electric City starring Tom HanksJeanne Tripplehorn and Holland Taylor. Also we  talk to Event Organizer James Armstrong about the upcoming Fan Expo 2012 on Aug 23-26, 2012.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Right Now by Van Halen
  • Electric Avenue by Graham Blvd
  • City of Electric Light by Chad VanGaalen
  • The X-Files Theme
  • Suite from X2 By John Ottman
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On this episode we partake in another movie swaperoo Hero-less Superpowers, Andrew reviews The Dead Zone and Mr. Green is reviewing Dakota Skye. Also we  talk  about our thoughts on the Christmas Movie slate.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Hobbits Dance by Brobdingnagian Bards
  • Got My List by Jonah Matranga
  • Theme from The Dead Zone
  •  Christmas in July by JP Nadeau
  • The Payback Pt. 2 by James Brown
  • Carefree by The Refreshments
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On this episode we review The Dark Knight Rises starring Christian BaleTom Hardy and Anne Hathaway. Also we  talk  about whar went down at the San Diego Comic Con this year.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

We would also like to mention that our deepest sympathies and condolences go out to the victims and their friends & family that were affected by the senseless tragedy in Auroa, Colorado. You are in our thoughts and we stand with you in these dark days.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Imagine the Fire (from the Dark Knight Rises Soundtrack) by Hans Zimmer
  • The Fire Rises (from the Dark Knight Rises Soundtrack) by Hans Zimmer
  • Don’t Let the Archons Get You Down by Kupek
  •  Heard About You (featuring Jesse Dangerously) by Kupek
  • It’s Over by Kupek
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On this episode we review Oliver Stone’s Savages starring Taylor KitschAaron Johnson and Blake Lively. Also we  talk with Robb Pratt the animator behind last year’s Superman Classic short and this year’s Bizarro Classic.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Eureka Theme (Long Version)
  • Psycho Killer by Bruce Lash
  • Here Comes the Sun by Yuna
  • Man of Steel by John Cacavas
  • Defeating Bizarro (from the Smallville Complete Series Score) by Louis Febre
  • Summer Daze by Susanna Hoffs
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On this episode we review The Amazing Spider-Man starring Andrew GarfieldRhys Ifans and Emma Stone. Also we review the first 2 issues of the Spider-Men mini series and the first 2 episodes of HBO’s The Newsroom.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • The 1967 Spider-Man Cartoon Theme
  • Peter Stays and Spiderman Goes by Mike Ragogna
  • The Spectacular Spider-Man Cartoon Theme
  • The Spider-Man Theme (Junkie XL Remix) by Michael Buble
  • Spiderman ’79 by Veruca Salt
  • The Spider-Man Theme by the US Army Blues Jazz Ensemble
  • Spiderman by Jill Sobule
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On this episode we review Ted starring Mark WahlbergSeth MacFarlane and Mila Kunis. Also we are joined by returning guest Andrew Parker as part of our great Channing Tatum debate.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Comic Books and Flashlights by Kara McGraw
  • The Flash Gordon Theme by Queen
  • Only Wanna Be With You by Hootie and the Blowfish
  • Charmless Man by Blur
  • Channing Tatum Singing
  • The Fold by Ivan and Alyosha
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On this episode we review Pixar’s Brave starring Kelly MacDonaldEmma Thompson and Billy Connolly. Also they are joined by Hope Nicholson the associate producer on Lost Heroes a documentary about Canadian Super Heroes.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Maybe Tomorrow (Theme from the Littlest Hobo TV Series) by F&M
  • Learn Me Right by Birdy & Mumford & Sons
  • Mother and Child Reunion by Paul Simon
  • Heroes by the Vitamin String Quartet
  • Don’t You (Forget About Me) by Simple Minds
  • Looking Through by Nada Surf
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On this episode Andrew is joined columnist Brent Chittenden filling in for the ailing Mr. Green after a vicious assault by Cobra Commander. They review Sir Ridley Scott’s latest Prometheus starring  Noomi RapaceMichael Fassbender and Charlize Theron. Also they will are joined by Aliya-Jasmine Sovani of MTV Canada talking comics and other geek moments.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Clerks by Love Among Freaks
  • Going In by Marc Streitenfeld (from the Prometheus Soundtrack)
  • Music from the Prometheus Trailer by Jonesy
  • The Go Getter by The Black Keys
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On this episode we review the latest from the DC Animation Studios Superman Vs The Elite. We also discuss the recent goings on in the G.I. Joe world with Cobra Commander and of course some mention of the best show on television the second season Game of Thrones.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Opening Theme from G.I.Joe: The Movie (1987)
  • Mission 1 Amazon Jungle Music from G.I.Joe for NES
  • (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding by Elvis Costello and The Attractions
  • (Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman by The Kinks
  • Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes (Glitch Mob Remix)
  • Game of Thrones Season 2 Theme
  • The Ballad of G.I.Joe from Funny or Die
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On this episode we review Snow White and The Huntsman starring Kristen StewartChris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron. We also for the first time do a Rentals Under the Radar on the show, we discuss Grant Morrison’s: Talking With Gods.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Ain’t Wastin Time No More by The Allman Brothers Band
  • The Dark Forest by David Arkenstone
  • Gone by Ioanna Gika (from the Snow White and the Huntsman Soundtrack)
  • Transcendental Man by Sonja van Hamel
  • The Queen is Dead by The Smiths
  • Happy Good Morning Blues by Bruce Cockburn
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On this episode we talk The Constellation Awards with organizer Andrew Gurudata . We also have a return of our Movie Swap Challenge the Scifi edition. Andrew gets to watch Alien for the first time and Mr. Green gets to talk about A Scanner Darkly.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Three Wishes by Dean Martin
  • Constellations by Darwin Deez
  • Sci-Fi Bandits by CHAPPO
  • Black Swan (Christian Vogel Spare Parts Remix) by Thom Yorke
  • The Alien Song by Milla Jovovich
  • Only in Dreams by Weezer
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On this episode we review Peter Berg’s Battleship starring Taylor KitschLiam Neeson and Brooklyn Decker. We will also review the new Black Widow mini series from Marvel and the last 3 episodes of Community’s season 3.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Hello Andheron by Agnee
  • Your Touch by The Black Keys
  • Super Battle by Tom Morello from the Battleship soundtrack
  • Prodigal Son by The Rolling Stones
  • Fight the Power by The BareNaked Ladies
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On this episode we discuss the loss of Todd and the Book of Pure Evil with series stars Alex House and Bill Turnbull. We will also be joined on the phone by series creator Craig David Wallace. Also we review Fury Max from Marvel Comics and the latest episode of SyFy’s Eureka.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Fight for your Right by The Beastie Boys
  • Rumpus by Karen O and the Kids (from the Where the Wild Things Are Soundtrack)
  • We’re Not Gonna Take It by Bif Naked
  • Love is Heaven, Love is Hell from Todd and the Book of Pure Evil
  • In 3′s by The Beastie Boys
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On this episode we review Marvel’s The Avengers Starring Robert Downey Jr.Chris EvansMark Ruffalo and Scarlett Johansson. Also we talk about Free Comic Book Day.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • St. Clair by Kupek
  • The Avengers by Alan Silvestri
  • Live to Rise by Soundgarden
  • Something for Nothing by Rush
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On this episode we review Five Year Engagement Starring Jason Segel and Emily Blunt. Also we talk with Eureka‘s Sheriff Jack Carter Colin Ferguson about the 5th and final season of the show.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Reel to Reel by Hugh Dillon
  • Cucurrucucu Paloma by Chris Pratt (from the Five-Year Engagement Soundtrack)
  • Crazy Love by Van Morrison
  • Sherriff Carter’s Theme Remix (from Eureka)
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On this episode we review Lockout starring Guy Pearce and Maggie Grace. Also we talk Avengers Vs. X-Men and The Cabin in the Woods Directed By Drew Goddard and co written & produced by Joss Whedon.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • King of the Robots by the Crashtones
  • In the Jailhouse Now by Johnny Cash
  • Prison Blues by the Mississippi and Louisiana State Penitentiaries Prisoners
  • Saving the Day by Shooter McGavin
  • Eureka by Unkle Ho
  • The Girl at the Video Game Store by Parry Gripp
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On this episode we review American Reunion starring Jason BiggsSeann William Scott and Allison Hanigan. Also we talk Game of Thrones season 2 opener and the new book from Kevin Smith  called Tough Shit.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Sympathy for the Daleks by Nerds with Guitars
  • The Date Song by The Crashtones
  • American Pie Reunion Soundtrack (laid) – Tribute to Matt Nathanson
  • Reunion by Collective Soul
  • Love Interruption by Jack White
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On this episode we review  Wrath of the Titans starring Sam Worthington and directed by Jonathan Liebesman. Also we speak with James Armstrong about the upcoming first ever Fan Expo Vancouver.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Summertime by Sex Bob-Omb
  • How the Gods Kill by Danzig
  • Wrath of the Titans by Javier Navarrete (from the Wrath of the Titans Soundtrack)
  • The Lonely Man Theme from the Incredible Hulk by Jo Harnell
  • Batman by Duane Eddy
  • Jacket (Single Edit) by Shallow Gravy
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On this special 100th episode of Geek Hard we review Suzanne Collins The Hunger Games Directed Gary Ross and Starring Jennifer Lawrence. Also we speak with Chris Leavins, Atticus Murphy Jr. from Todd and the Book of Pure Evil and we are joined by special in studio guest Adrienne Kress who joins the show for the full 90 minutes. Plus other shenanigans and special appearances during the show.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

“We would like to thank everyone who listens each week to us make total fools of ourselves talking shit about our favourite things in geek culture. Thanks again and we promise to try and make the next 100 a whole hell of a lot better!” – Andrew & Mr. Green

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Music from this Episode:

  • My Brilliant Feat Colin Hay
  • When I have my Vision by Joel Plaskett
  • Broken up a Ding Dong by The Beta Band
  • Kingdom Com by The Civil Wars
  • Searching for Peeta by James Newton Howard (from The Hunger Games Soundtrack)
  • No More Tears from Todd and the Book of Pure Evil performed by Chris Leavins
  • Welcome To The Horror Of My Mind from Todd and the Book of Pure Evil performed by Chris Leavins
  • Spiderman by Gabe Lee 3
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On this episode we review Corman’s World a film about what Roger Corman has done for film and we review the new NBC series Awake starring Jason Issacs. Also we speak with Andrew’s rival Teddy Wilson from the Space Channel’s Inner Space about how to survive convention season.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Thrilled to be here by Plumtree
  • Rock N Roll High School by the Ramones
  • Theme from Battle Beyond the Stars by James Horner
  • Rival by Pearl Jam
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On this episode we review John Carter brought to you by Disney and directed by Andrew Stanton. Also we speak with famed comic scribe Greg Rucka of Queen & Country fame and of course his current run on The Punisher. And we discuss our time at Toronto ComiCon Presented by Fan Expo.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • With a Little Help from My Friends by Joe Cocker
  • Mars, the Bringer of War by the Boston Pops Orchestra
  • The Prize is Barsoom by Michael Giacchino
  • In Time by Mark Collie
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On this episode we review Project X Produced by Todd Phillips and directed by Nima Nourizadeh. Also we try something new on the show comic book roulette. We pick a comic that came out that week for the other one read and review for the show.  This week Hell Yeah #1 and Age of Apocalypse #1.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Desolay by Kupek
  • Burning Down the House by Talking Heads
  • Battle of Who Could Care Less by Ben Folds Five
  • X-Men Theme by The TV Mania Orchestra
  • Vigilante Man by Ry Cooder
  • The End by The Crashtones
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On this episode we review Raiding the Lost Ark: A Filmumentary the fan made version of Raiders of the Lost Ark with commentary, interviews, screen tests and much more. Also we talk with Pat Driscoll the creator of Undisputed a pilot for a show about the sometimes funny behind the scenes world of professional wrestling.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Rusty Cage by Johnny Cash
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark by The BBC Orchestra
  • Indy follows the Ark by John Williams
  • Hurt by Johnny Cash
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On this episode we review Justice League: Doom the latest direct to DVD animated film from DC Entertainment. Also we talk about AMC’s the return of The Walking Dead and premiere of Kevin Smith’s Comic Book Men.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • L.A. Confidential by Jerry Goldsmith
  • Batman Theme by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
  • The Flash by Neil Norman
  • Gracie’s Racapture by The Walking Dead Project
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On this episode we talk Star Wars. We have a review of Star Wars Episode I in 3D. Also we interview actor Sam Witwer who currently stars in the US version of Being Human he was also Starkiller in the videogame Star Wars The Force Unleashed. And writer Brent Chittenden joins us again and if you haven’t, you should check out his article on George Lucas here.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Moves Like Jabba (a Break Original Maroon 5 Parody)
  • Duel of the Fates by John Williams from the Star Wars : Episode I Soundtrack
  • George Lucas Raped Our Childhood by Hot Waffles
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On this episode we review Josh Trank’s found footage film about kids with superpowers gone bad Chronicle. Also we interview comic artist Joe Eisma.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Ghostrider by Rollins Band
  • Tell You So by The Longcut
  • Keep You by Class Actress
  • Morning Glory by Oasis
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On this episode we review Joe Carnahan’s The Grey starring Liam Neeson and we talk the series finale of Chuck. Also we get to spend the entire show with comic writer J. Torres.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Ghettochip Malfunction (Hell Yes) by Beck
  • Wolves by PhosphorescentOnce
  • More Into the Breach by Doyle W. Donehoo
  • Saturday Morning Cartoons by Pete Laramee
  • The Jinx Blues by Son House
  • Short Skirt, Long Jacket by Cake
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On this episode we review Steven Soderberg’s Haywire starring former MMA star Gina Carano. Also we get to spend the entire show with Todd and the Book of Pure Evil star Bill Turnbull & Alex House.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Werewolf by Timber Timbre
  • Fight by Art Brut
  • Rodney Yates by David Holmes
  • Horney Like the Devil (from the Todd and the Book of Pure Evil Soundtrack Season 2)
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On this episode we review new comics Dynamite’s Lord of the Jungle & Grant Morrison’s Steed and Mrs Peel from BOOM! Studios. We also get to spend some time talking with radio legend Alan Cross from The Secret History of Rock.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Ghosts by Hooded Fang
  • Space by William Shatner
  • The Avengers Theme by The TV Theme Player
  • Immigrant Song by Karen O, Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
  • Zero from Outer Space by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
  • The Impression that I Get by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
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On this episode we announce the winners of the 2nd Annual Froggy Awards. We give out awards for Best On-Location InterviewWorst Comic, Worst Film, The Golden Grant – Best Comic Creator Guest  and of course Geek Hard’s Guest of the Year. We also have special guest Meaghan Rath on to discuss the upcoming season of Being Human on Space & SyFy.

Of course we still have our regular banter, the news of the week and Geek Picks.

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Music from this Episode:

  • She Don’t Use Jelly (Lounge-A-Palooza) by Ben Folds Five
  • Rocky’s Reward (From the Rocky Soundtrack) by the Silver Screen Soundtrack Orchestra
  • Green Lantern First Flight by Robert J Kral
  • As Angels Do by Timber Timbre
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On this episode we are joined by author Adrienne Kress and Bizarre Comics’ Kris Johnson. We discuss our picks for the best in comics, movies, TV, DVD’s and of course what we are looking forward to in 2012.

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Music from this Episode:

  • Replays of some of our favourite music used on the show throughout the year.
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