Tag Archive: kevin smith

Apr 01

The All-New Geek Actually Podcast Ep003 – Special K

Welcome to the All-New Geek Actually Podcast Welcome to the All-New Geek Actually Podcast – The podcast about everything and nothing, from a geek’s perspective. This week we talk about tech recycling, clever banking, 56k modems, weird food, Star Trek and creepy robot hosts for kid’s TV. In the Film Actually segment we review Disney’s …

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Nov 17

Film Actually Ep102 – Interstellar

We’re Back Again Bitches!?!? This week Kevin Smith’s new film “Tusk” goes into our Point/Counterpoint sights, “The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies” gets a new trailer, we finally got to see the new documentary “Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films” and we review Christopher Nolan’s new epic “Interstellar”. Film Actually is the official …

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Nov 11

Behind The Panels Issue 116 – Daredevil: Guardian Devil

In this issue, Hans Zimmer is confirmed as the composer on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. We look forward to hearing those two notes again. THEN both Marvel and DC Comics reveal their big events for 2015. We’ve already ordered the follow-up series. ALSO it’s Penny Dora and the Wishing Tree, American Legends, Humans, Arrow, The …

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Jul 31

Film Actually Ep101 – Hercules and Snowpiercer

We’re Back Bitches!!!! This week Hollywood Sequalises, remakes or prequels everything, Kevin Smith releases a trailer for Tusk, Josh re-enters the Bargain Basement and we have a pair of film reviews, Brett Ratner’s Hercules and Snowpiercer. Film Actually is the official movie podcast of geekactually.com. Hosts: David McVay, Josh Philpott, Richard Gray and Dave Longo If you …

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Mar 17

Behind the Panels Issue 92 – V for Vendetta

In this issue, Kevin Smith is back writing comics. Expect the first issue this year, and the second sometime in 2017. THEN Captain America is set to go head-to-head with Batman and Superman: it’s the most expensive game of chicken ever. PLUS our Kick-Ass Pick of the Week: V for Vendetta by Alan Moore and David Lloyd. This …

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Dec 02

Behind the Panels Issue 80 – Green Arrow: Quiver

In this issue, The Weinstein Company is developing a Sin City TV series. After Harvey Scissorhands is through with it, it’ll just be ‘City’. THEN Ghost Rider swaps his bike for a car. We assume helmet laws are to blame. PLUS our Kick Ass Pick of the Week, Green Arrow – Quiver by Kevin Smith, Phil Hester and …

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