What are we doing when we do an episode of Geekologist Radio, and what it’s really about. The simple answer is: We are discussing the things in modern geek culture that are important to us. As purveyors of many different forms of entertainment, we hope our opinions and reviews give our listeners the insight they need to pick their next movie or TV show to watch or game to play. We have a few different segments that involve topics for just about any geek in each episode, and we hope you’ll enjoy our journey exploring the new media we find. So get ready to jump In Our Queue as we explore what we’ve been watching, Game On with us as we play and discuss popular video games, and get your tickets ready to board The Hype Train where we discuss future releases in TV, Movies, & Video Games!
The Foutz is back! I feel like this should be the title of an epic space opera involving twins or something….Wait…. The General has informed me that’s been done already. Let’s ready your Sprawling wall of text as we welcome you to this week’s episode- Error and Omissions. We had more than couple this week (pssst Tara Reid has 8 movies coming this year, Damian!)
In Our Queue (4:21): We start out with Damian talking Man Vs. Cajun fills us in on the Fargo Season Finale. We get the lowdown on The Mist tv series ep 1-3 ending the segment with a round house discussion of the Netlfix new hit series Glow.
Game On (41:35): Headlining the segment Destiny Guardian-con raises over 1.2 million for St. Jude, Dying Light crawls back into our consoles, Ori and the Blind Forest, Never Alone takes Cajun for a ride, Assassin’s Creed:Unity gets some love, Cajun finishes House of Da Vinci with a final review, and Rise of the Necromancer raises some Diablo 3 copies back into the addiction feed.
Hype Train (1:13:34): SNES Classic mini announced (will Chris find one this time?) Damian tells all about his love for dolls…err The Cult of Chucky, Jumanji Welcome to the jungle trailer drops, Batman movie news, Inhumans trailer, Death Note trailer, Move over Dead Pool, Cable is coming to town, Watchmen TV series coming to HBO.
Chris takes the lead this week while Foutz is still in cryosleep, or so he says. We refill that red solo cup and pour one out for our homey. First up we have our newish segment Error and Omissions. We’re throwing it out there to see how it feels, you know, kind of like the tip but more informative.
In Our Queue (5:13): Apparently this week Chris was playing Mario Run while Derek and Damian did all the watching starting with Fargo, Lumberjack Man, Masterminds, Nightmare on Elm Street 2010, Abraham Lincoln Vampire Slayer and Better Call Saul season finale Spoiler Warning.
Game On (35:13): Nintendo Switch gets some new feature with update 3.0, Cajun creates a monster with Lego Star Wars the complete saga, Damian plays Retro Jason in the latest Friday the 13th patch, Beyond Good and Evil, GTA5 Gun Runners enter the mix with House of Da Vinci and Dead by Daylight.
Hype Train (1:13:34): John Wick TV series, Crack Down gets hits for looks but praise for play, Han Solo fires directors and finds a new one, Infinity Wars brings on the Heroes, Daddy’s Home 2 trailer, Sharknado 5, Is Venom part of the MCU, Destiny 2 news roundup, Last but not least Game of Thrones final trailer Winter is here.
This week Foutz is still on Hiatus, Will he ever return?This week Damian leads the crew with an out take worth intro. Stay tuned as we cover everything from our normal line up plus the rest of the E3 Conferences and Reveals! Prepare yourselves for the aftermath of E3!
In Our Queue (3:16): Leading with Cajun’s spoiler free review of Wonder Woman continuing on with the Netflix Original film I-Boy, Fargo, The Accountant, Better Call Saul, Orange is the New Black, The Flash Season 3 and our round up of The Last Kingdom Season 2.
Game On (20:57): Starting out with Friday the 13th, then moving on to Borderlands the Pre-Sequel, The culling and finishing off with ESO’s Morrowind. Now we may of been a bit light in the coin for game on but that would be for good reason..
Hype Train (51:22): First up We have the Bethesda conference following up with Ubisoft, Sony and ending with Nintendo and some hype from Nash for Fortnite not only finally releasing but coming to consoles as well.
this week the guys come out a lil late but for good reason. The Geeks took to the day 1 E3 festivities with a after the live Xbox media briefing reaction cast. Brandon courageously fought with technical difficulties to attempt out first live show but thanks to yours truly (Damain Nash and my cruddy internet issues) the stream had to be cut short. I Hope you all enjoy our reactions to the Xbox media briefing and throw one back with us fellow Gamers because this is our week to bask in all the glory that is fandom of the industry. We will be back on our regular schedule traditional format next week with a metric ton to talk about but for now pop in those ear buds and enjoy.
this week a Cajun Returns and Foutz decides to go play in a wedding, leaving Chris, Damian and The General Derek man the Cannons as we near the onslaught of the E3 war-zone. Be Prepared as the cast is split into Team Sony and Team Xbox and somehow there is a nasty case of the Hiccups going on:
In Our Queue (3:16): Leaning heavy on the Cajun spice with Flash – Season 3, Better Call Saul, Fargo, and Preacher – Season 1. Damian discusses his horror movie binge as he talks about the Friday the 13th movie series. Last in the queue Damian is keeping it creepy as we learn about the audio drama the No Sleep Podcast now on Season 9.
Game On (20:57): Cajun tells about his trip into the indie games of Pneuma-Breath of Life and the moody dark tale of Inside. Damian jumps in with a preview of his thoughts on Friday the 13th the game and the new to Xbox games with gold title Speed Runners. Our leave at the arcade comes to a close with Cajun’s thoughts on his first moments in Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Hype Train (51:22): Giving their E3 predictions and talking about each of the major conferences coming we start the hype with Bethesda, Electronic Arts, Sony, and closing out with Microsoft and Nintendo. Be sure to check out our live stream reaction to the Xbox media briefing next Sunday.
Cajun has gone missing this week, we would have sent a search party looking for him but we don’t have those kind of resources. Instead of the whole search party thing, Brandon, Damian and Chris decided to take the reigns of the show to bring you all things geeky in their worlds. Get ready to jump right in and check the segments and timestamps below for all that information we know you yearn for with a lot of character voices this time around:
In Our Queue (3:16): this week features Damian’s Alien: Covenant review. Before all that the real question is, is Damian Predatoring on Aliens? The review is deep in form as it involves a lot of character designs and plot points along with some discussion on some of the previous titles. It may even be that Ridley Scott didn’t hate Alien: Resurrection as much as he claimed. We also get Master of None Season 2 review. There’s some spoilers here as well, including some cupcake talk.
Game On (20:57): Portal Knights gets a full release review, Brandon to profess his love for Lo Wang’s Shadow Warrior 2. You’re probably not really surprised by that and that’s totally okay in our books. Sometimes a man just has to love a Lo Wang character archetype for the laugh out louds.
Hype Train (51:22): We talk Game of Thrones S7 trailer, The Netflix Original Castlevania trailer, Beams big announcement, Zack Snyder steps down from Justice League, Red Dead Redemption 2 delay, Far Cry 5 announcement trailer, Sony doubles down on Tom Holland (Nathan Drake uncharted film), Lawbreakers, Season 5 renewal for Silicon Valley, John Wick 3 and ending with the incredibly funny looking Netflix Original comedy series College Friends.
Welcome to the first ever Megasode of Geekologist Radio. What is a Megasode, you’re probably wondering? It is the combined conversations from regular episodes of Geekologist Radio on a specific topic. Our first Megasode topic is of course, Westworld, the show we’ve had the longest and most in-depth discussions. If you have seen the show and want to relive it’s Season 1 glory through discussions, you have 4.5 hours of audio ahead (yeah, we talked a lot, especially the last three episodes of Westworld). If you have not seen Westworld, this podcast is full of Westworld spoilers, theories, and discussions. If you’d like to listen while watching for the first time, we have episode separators between each conversation to allow for pausing, watch the next episode, listen to our discussion of it, repeat. Some regular podcast discussions covered two episodes of Westworld. Those are listed below in the time stamps and mentioned in the episode separators:
Episodes 1 and 2 – 00:00:55
Episode 3 – 00:10:23
Episode 4 – 00:29:00
Episode 5 – 00:44:40
Episode 6 – 01:12:07
Episode 7 – 01:30:20
Episodes 8 and 9 – 02:02:45
Episode 10 – 03:00:50