Christmas in August? Disney’s got a new version of A Christmas Carol coming out in a few months, and a nationwide tour is bringing the movie to America via the rail. This week, Blake and his sister Heather stopped in at the train’s New Orleans stop. Take a listen as they share their thoughts on the tour, whether it’s worth your time, and what they think of the upcoming movie.
Category Archives: Week in Geek
Week in Geek #28: The Last Lost Panel?
Chase and Blake have a chat about some of the announcements and tidbits from the San Diego Comicon — Tron: Legacy, the lineup of James Robinson’s Justice League of America, a fourth Pirates of the Caribbean film, and talks about new developments for Doctor Who, Torchwood, and Green Lantern on the screen. But the bulk of the talk this week is about what may be the last-ever Lost panel in San Diego. What was revealed? What was hinted at? And Chase uses the clues to lay out his theory for Season Six of Lost!
Week in Geek #27: One Day in San Diego
With a whole one day of the San Diego Comicon under our belts, Blake and Chase sit down to chat about some of the announcements so far. An ARG for Tron: Legacy? A possible Roger Rabbit 2? The return of Jeff Smith’s Bone? Bat-Boy comes to comics? Plus, Chase talks about the latest season of Torchwood!
Week in Geek #26: Blackest Night Begins
In your Week in Geek, the guys discuss the current state of magazines about comics and the second episode of Warehouse 13. Yeah, that’s it. Oh yeah — and they go beat-by-beat in their discussion and review of the first issue of DC’s most anticipated event in years, Blackest Night. Spoilers abound, so if you haven’t read the issue yet, wait to listen to this episode!
Week in Geek #25: Chase Returns
Chase is finally back in town, and Week in Geek is back with him! This week, Chase and Blake share their thoughts about TransFormers: Revenge of the Fallen, discuss recent developments from the set of Lost, chat about Superman and Smallville movie and TV news, and give their impressions of the new sci-fi show Warehouse 13!
Week in Geek #24: Percy Jackson and Personal Effects
Let’s get literary! Chase has work conflicts this week, so Blake gets together with his sister Heather for this special edition of Week in Geek! The sibs discuss the recently concluded Percy Jackson series of novels by Rick Riordan, chat about the currently in-production Percy Jackson movie, and dive into the mythology surrounding the new J.C. Hutchins novel, Personal Effects: Dark Art.
Week in Geek #23: Captain America, Muppets, and More!
The boys go through a lot of stuff this week, beginning with the sad passings of a pair of Davids, the first issue of Batman and Robin, major announcements from E3, and the television returns of Torchwood, Doctor Who, The Muppets, and Conan O’Brien (and his mysteriously familiar set)! Then, the guys get into it with the Captain America #600 controversy! All this and more in your Week in Geek!
Week in Geek #22: Chase Flies Solo
With Blake having technical issues, Chase goes it alone for the first post-season Week in Geek! Listen up for talk about the rumored Buffy the Vampire Slayer remake, the fan-made Green Lantern trailer starring Nathan Fillion, and more!
Week in Geek #21: Blake and Chase’s Big Ol’ Incident
Week in Geek returns! This week, the guys pick apart the season finale of Lost, “The Incident.” People who want to remain Lost-free can skip from 6:10 to 42:20 on their iTunes, and join us as we discuss the end of the TV season, which shows got picked up, and what some of our new favorites are. Plus: the winner of the Battle For the Cowl wager is revealed (in a spoiler-free fashion)!
Week in Geek #20: My Follow the Leader
This week, Blake and Chase weep like little girls over the final episode of Scrubs. Then, it’s time to get into the latest episode of Lost, Follow the Leader. (If you want to remain Lost-free, skip from 7:35 to 25:25 on your iPod!) After the Lost chat, the guys talk about the newly-greenlit Deadpool and Wolverine 2, give a few more thoughts about X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and Blake explains how Amazon.com has broken his heart, just a little.