This week, we get into all kinds of fun!
Don’t miss this Friday as we bring you a review of an upcoming series and interviews with guests galore! Joining Andrew and Mr. Green via phone will be actor Abigail Winter. Abigail can currently be seen as Jess on the new season of Mary Kills People. She’ll be on to talk about what’s been going down on season two and so much more. Here’s a quick bio on Abigail:
Born in Vancouver, BC, Abigail Winter began acting at the age of six – her first role being Gretl in The Sound of Music (Royal City Musical Theatre). She continued on in various theatre productions such as The Music Man and Beauty and the Beast until joining the Stratford Festival company in 2007 where she spent six seasons. Other film and TV credits include The Collector, The Fog, Sanguine, Emma, Copper, Rookie Blue, Warehouse 13, Unless, V. Morgan Is Dead, Saving Hope, Between, and The Detail. Abigail is also thrilled to be releasing her first original EP, Chemistry, in the spring of 2018.
For more info on Abigail Winter, be sure to catch our interview with her this Friday.
Also returning to Geek Hard for another phone interview is film critic and host of Pop Life, Richard Crouse. Richard will be joining us to talk about the 2018 Flashback Film Fest, coming to select Cineplex Cinemas February 2nd to 8th. Richard will be on to chat about the lineup for this year’s fest as well as his adventures while interviewing celebs. We’re talking films, films and more films with Richard this Friday.
Finally, we’ll be bringing you our review of Altered Carbon, a new series coming to Netflix February 2nd. The ten episode series takes place in a world where the consciousness of a person can be digitized, thus allowing them to live on after death in a new body. Will this hardboiled cyberpunk show be binge worthy? Find out this Friday as Andrew and Mr. Green give their spoiler-free review.
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 alters your reality with killer tunes and flashback inducing jams, www.reaityradio101.com.
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