This week we check out a dame and talk with a pants dropper!

Don’t miss this Friday’s episode of Geek Hard where Andrew and Mr. Green welcome back Geek Hard Guest Alumni Robin Dunne. If you’ve seen or heard their past interviews with the man, you know that all bets are off. Who knows what will happen when these guys get to talking, and talk they shall about Robin’s recent appearances on the hit Syfy series Defiance as well as his other recent adventures. Here’s a quick bio on Robin:

Amanda+Tapping+Robin+Dunne+Meet+Greet+vBQjQ0Q8anvlA native to Toronto, Canada, Dunne immersed himself in the acting scene early on, attending Etobicoke School of the Arts, a performing arts high school. He got his first major television role playing the troubled son of Judith Light in Against their Will: Women in Prison. Dunne’s film career began in 1998, when he landed a role in the John Woo produced blockbuster The Big Hit opposite Mark Wahlberg, Lou Diamond Phillips and Christina Applegate. Dunne’s other feature film credits include Jack and Jill vs The World, Borderline Normal, The Skulls 2, The Snow Walker, Species 3 and Just Friends. His television work includes roles on Manchester Prep, Dawson’s Creek, CSI Miami, NCIS, Dead Like Me, and Defiance.

Robin’s best known television work includes a starring role opposite Amanda Tapping in the SyFy Channel’s hit series Sanctuary that ran for four seasons. He also directed on the series. Robin’s other recent credits include Space Milkshake (in which he also produced), opposite Kristin Kreuk and Billy Boyd, as well as the horror feature Torment alongside Katherine Isabelle (which was released on DVD this past July).

Outside of work, Robin also is an accomplished fly-fishermen, has a PhD in Mime Technique, and can say “hello” in many different languages.

Don’t miss our interview with Robin this Friday!

But that’s not all as we take a trip back to the dirty back alleys of Basin City for our review of Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller and starring a whole bunch of folks. The first film was a comic book come to life and wowed fans. Will the sequel live up to the original? Or will Robert and Frank over-stuff this picture with too much action that they lose the narrative altogether? (It’s happened in the past for both of them.) Catch our review this Friday to find out Andrew and Mr. Green’s thoughts on the matter.

All this, plus the news and reviews that you’ve come to expect, right here on Geek Hard. Listen LIVE! This Friday at 7pm Eastern on the station that killed for more than a few dames in its day,

If you’re gonna geek out, GEEK HARD!

Will this be a film worth killing for? Find out this Friday.

Will this be a film worth killing for? Find out this Friday.