This week, we ride the genre train full tilt!

Don’t miss this Friday’s episode of Geek Hard as Andrew and Mr. Green bring you another jam-packed show of awesomeness! Actor Varun Saranga joins the guys via phone to talk about his work on Wynonna Earp (currently airing on Space and SYFY) and Carter (currently airing on WGN). Here’s a quick bio on Varun:

Varun Saranga was born and raised in Scarborough, Ontario, where he attended Woburn Collegiate Institute. Varun was inspired to pursue an acting career professionally and landed his first major role playing the geeky but lovable AJ Mehta on the hit YTV show How to Be Indie. Other roles soon followed on Cartoon Network’s Unnatural History, Showcase’s Cra$h and Burn, and CBC’s Schitt’s Creek, CBC’s Working Mom’s, and CityTV’s Young Drunk Punk alongside Kids in the Hall alum Bruce McCulloch. He plays Jeremy Chetri, the Black Badge lab assistant on Wynonna Earp and agent Vijay Gill on Carter starring Jerry O’Connell.

For more on Varun Saranga, be sure to listen to our interview this Friday.

Also joining us by phone is director Seth A. Smith. Seth’s latest film, The Crescent, had a successful festival and theatrical run and is available on Amazon Prime, iTune and VOD on September 4th. Seth will be on to chat about the film and MORE! Here’s a quick bio on Seth:

Seth Smith is a Nova Scotia-based filmmaker and visual artist. His films have screened at name festivals around the world and are praised for their dark tone and surrealist style. In 2012 he completed his first film, Lowlife. The micro-budget feature premiered at Fantasia and went on to receive a nation-wide, 25 city, crowd-sourced theatrical release. In 2017 his sophomore effort, The Crescent, premiered in TIFF’s Midnight Madness section, and took awards for best score, screenwriting, and actress at the Atlantic International Film Festival.

Find out more about The Crescent and Seth’s other films this Friday.

Plus we got a t.v. review coming your way as we give our honest opinions of Marvel’s Iron Fist Season 2. The show drops on Netflix this Friday. Will it be a vast improvement from the first season? Or will it suffer from the same fits and starts of its predecessor? Find out what we think this Friday.

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 with the power of Shou-Lao,

If you’re gonna geek out, GEEK HARD!

Will Iron Fist finally deliver like a fist made of iron? Find out this Friday.