If there’s one thing we love here on Geek Hard, it’s talking about Movies. And thanks to a certain film fest wrapping up this past week, we gots lots to talk about!
Don’t miss this Friday as Andrew and Mr. Green are joined by their favourite film critic*, Dorkshelf.com‘s Andrew Parker. When last we heard from Parker, he’d gone a little crazy and was professing his love for the talentless hack that is Channing Tatum. Things have cooled off since then and he’s returning to give an in depth, first person account of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Listen as Andrew gives his picks for some of the best and worst at the festival. Here’s a very quick bio on Andrew:
Andrew Parker writes for numerous blogs and publications, including Notes From the Toronto Underground and his more personal pop-culture blog, I Can’t Get Laid in This Town. He is also the curator of the Defending the Indefensible series.
Andrew’s reviews are available at Dorkshelf.com.
But we won’t just have an overview of the festival. We’ll also be giving our review of one of the films that had its premiere there: The ABCs of Death. This film was shown as part of the fest’s “Midnight Madness” Program. The premise of the film is simple. 27 directors make 26 short films about Death, each using a letter from the alphabet. Will this be the gore-fest that we’ve been waiting for or will it be 26 short films that make us squirm in our seats until the whole damn thing is over? Listen this Friday as Andrew and Mr. Green share their thoughts on the movie.
All this, plus the news and reviews that you’ve come to expect, right here on Geek Hard. Listen LIVE! Friday @ 7pm Eastern on the station that serves up Rock and Roll on an hourly basis, except when they’re playing Geek Hard, www.realityradio101.com. Film-nerdery will be coming out of your speaker holes.
And if you’re gonna geek out, GEEK HARD!
*The only film critic that will return their emails.