The Geeks Of Doom Round Up concludes with our 24th and final episode. This week, we took a look back at The Round Up from its very inception, and have a quick improvised glance back at the year that was 2012. Andy gives us a rundown of what’s happening with The Drill Down, while Greg says farewell to the Social Blend podcast and gives us a preview of what to expect on the upcoming Blendover podcast.
Later in the show, we take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly relating to the comic book The Amazing Spider-Man #700, with some opposing views and opinions. We also RESOLVE the mystery of the Indiana Jones journal that was sent to University of Chicago, and covered by TheMovieGod right here at Geeks Of Doom.
The Geeks Of Doom Round Up continues with our 23rd episode. This week, Andy gives us the run-down of the upcoming movie, Jack The Giant Slayer, starring Nicholas Hoult, and directed by Bryan Singer. Later, Greg dives into the scene of the UK Thrash Metal movement, and with the release of the documentary A History Of A Time To Come directed by Josh Callis-Smith, we play "A Cautionary Tale" by metal legends Sabbat.
Later in the show, we take a look at the official synopsis of Star Trek Into Darkness, and speculate on who the villain may be that Benedict Cumberbatch is playing. We also take a look at the news surrounding Hugh Jackman being in talks for the upcoming film X-Men: Days of Future Past, where the worlds of First Class and the original X-Men movie collide.
The Geeks Of Doom Round Up continues with our 22nd episode. This week, Andy gives us the run-down of the upcoming movie, Now You See Me, starring Jesse Eisenberg, and directed by Louis Letterier. Later, Andy brings on some touching music from Fiona Apple called "Paper Bag".
Later in the show, we follow up on the Star Wars Sequel Trilogy – with the news that Lawrence Kasdan and Simon Kinberg have been brought on board for scriptwriting and production duties.
The Geeks Of Doom Round Up continues with our 21st episode. This week, Andy gives us the run-down of the upcoming adaptation of the David Wong story, John Dies At The End, starring Rob Mayes, and directed by Don Coscarelli. Later, Greg brings on some creepy music from The Pierces called “Secret.”
Later in the show, we take a look at the news that Disney has acquired Lucasfilm, and will be releasing Star Wars Episode VII in 2015. We drill down into the news and analyze why George Lucas decided to sell his company when he did. We also have a glance at a new 90-minute Halo 4 movie, entitled Forward Unto Dawn available for online viewing and will also be included in the Limited Edition release of the game.
The Geeks Of Doom Round Up is back with our 20th episode. This week, Greg gives us the run-down of the upcoming adaptation of the Stephen King story, Carrie, starring ChloÃ« Grace Moretz, and directed by Kimberly Peirce. Later, Andy brings on some new music from the newly reformed Ben Folds Five that is definitely worth checking out.