Here are this week’s live shows presented in the same order that we recorded them. We start with the all new Geek Actually and then move onto Film Actually. Because the show is live, you get it here with all the mistakes intact.
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Check the individual audio show posts for the show notes. Watch the videos below.
Geek Actually Ep141 – Sean’s Show and Tell
This week on Geek Actually, David and Josh are joined by Sean Lindsay from 3Dhorizon.com.au. Sean has brought in a review unit of the new 3D laptop from Sony and it is magnificent. Also this week, more roadblocks on the way to the R18+ rating for games, Android sales figures might not be as spectacular as they at first look, humans have problems comprehending Androids (the robots not the phones) and more on the fake Chinese Apple Stores.
Film Actually Ep141 – Captain America The First Avenger
This week David and Josh are joined by Sean Lindsay (3dhorizon.com.au) for a review of “Captain America The First Avenger”. They also take a look at some entertainment news, including Frank Darbont leaving “The Walking Dead” and the new trailers for “Battleship”, “Tower Heist” and “Red State”. Plus an all new Lists of Five: Five Classic Movies You Would Like To See Converted To 3D. Film Actually is the official movie podcast of geekactually.com.
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