This Week, we fight some zombies, go blind from a virus and pimp our next LIVE show!

Don’t miss this Friday’s show as Andrew and Mr. Green bring you another fine episode jam-packed with awesome! Joining the guys by phone is actor Hiro Kanagawa. Hiro has quite the acting career! If you’ve watched t.v. or saw a film in the past 20 years, chances are you’ve seen him in something. In the past six episodes, we’ve covered at least 2 projects he’s in. The guy gets around. Hiro will be on to talk about two upcoming series: See for AppleTV+ and Limetown for Facebook Watch. Here’s a quick bio on Hiro:

Hiro Kanagawa is a well-known and well-regarded character actor with a diverse and extensive resume. He’s had some notable roles on Smallville, Caprica, iZombie, Heroes Reborn, Man in the High Castle and Altered Carbon. Through the remainder of 2019 Hiro can be seen in two of his more significant roles to date: beleaguered patriarch James Ohata in CW Seed’s “Warigami,” and enigmatic billionaire R.B. Villard in Facebook Watch’s “Limetown.” Additionally, Hiro guest stars as an internment camp doctor in Season 2 of AMC’s “The Terror” and as tribal elder Lord Unoa in Apple’s much- anticipated dystopian epic, ” See.”

For more on Hiro Kanagawa, be sure to listen to our interview with him this Friday!

Also joining us by phone is a long time friend of the show, comedian Ashley Cooper. Ashley is one of the acts that will be appearing at Geek Hard LIVE! We’re bringing another comedy show and podcast recording to Comedy Bar in Toronto on Saturday, October 26th. (Get tickets to this event HERE!) Ashley will be on help us preview the night. Here’s a quick bio on Ashley:

Best Newcomer Comic nominee Ashley Cooper decided that, after spending 31 years pretending to be a boring man, she should try her hand at being a funny woman. During that time, she has performed with Las Culturistas and opened for renowned acts like Sasheer Zamata (SNL) and Cameron Esposito (Brooklyn Nine-Nine). She was selected as a Rising Star at the Brantford Comedy Festival and has performed at JFL42, Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, and the Midwest Queer Comedy Festival (OH). She lives in Toronto with her three cats, because of course she does.

For more on Ashley Cooper, check out our interview with her this Friday. And be sure to come to Geek Hard LIVE on Saturday, October 26th in Toronto!

We’ve also got a movie review coming your way as we give our take on Zombieland: Double Tap! A sequel to the popular 2009 film, Double Tap stars the original cast as well as a bunch of other familiar faces. Is it worth the decade long wait for this follow up? Or is it too little too late? Find out this Friday as Andrew and Green give their honest opinions.

All this, plus the gags and reviews that you’ve come to expect, right here on Geek Hard. Listen LIVE! Friday at 7PM Eastern on the station that’s always live,

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Was Zombieland: Double Tap worth the wait? Find out this Friday.