This week, we’re talking Gods and Directors.

Don’t miss this Friday’s Geek Hard as Andrew and Mr. Green bring you another packed show. We’ll be joined by two guests once again, the first being director Peter Ricq. Peter’s new film, Dead Shack, is available on iTunes and VOD on October 31st. Andrew and Green got the chance to see it at Toronto After Dark 2017 and can confirm that it’s a hilarious horror comedy. Peter will be joining us by phone to chat about the making of the film. Here’s a quick synopsis on Dead Shack:

A group of teens on a weekend getaway at a secluded cabin in the woods soon find themselves fighting off a serious threat to their lives. Not only that they must save their hard-partying, drunk and stoned parents from a predatory neighbour who is hell-bent on feeding them all to her undead family. Lauren Holly, Valerie Tian, Donavon Stinson, Lizzie Boys, and June B. Wilde star in this Canadian horror.

For more info on Dead Shack, be sure to catch our interview with Peter Ricq this Friday.

Also joining us via phone this Friday will be director John Harrision. John has had a storied career in film and television and will be in town for Horrorama-Toronto IV this weekend (November 4th and 5th). John will be on to talk with us about his past films and shows. Here’s a quick bio on John.

John Harrison began his career directing rock videos and working as 1st Asst. Director for George A. Romero. Harrison wrote and directed multiple episodes of Romero’s classic TV series, Tales from the Darkside as well as Tales from the Darkside: The Movie. Harrison reunited with mentor Romero to produce Diary of the Dead. His 6-hour miniseries adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Dune was an Emmy Award-winning success in the U.S., then internationally, both in its broadcast premieres and home video. Harrison’s Children of Dune was also an Emmy winner for the Sci-Fi Channel.

For more on John Harrison, don’t miss our interview this Friday.

We’ve also got a movie review for you as we give our thoughts on Thor: Ragnarok, opening in theatres this Friday. The third Thor film has been getting much praise and we’re excited to see if it lives up to the hype. Will the film be deemed worthy? Geek Hard’s own Kris Johnson will be joining us in studio to give his honest opinion on the film.

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’s more into mischief than thunder,

If you’re gonna geek out, GEEK HARD!


Kris Johnson joins Andrew and Mr. Green to review Thor: Ragnarok this Friday.