You've got GEEK- Episode 85- 2/23/11

This week: Our new 5th starter, Brendan Carr Joins us for the 'cast, and Tommy Wiseau helps us pick the Oscar winners!

News:  Did Tommy Wiseau actually direct "The Room"? Is Charlie Sheen trying to make a 4th "Major League" film? Adrianne Palicki cast as "Wonder Woman" in David E Kelly's NBC series. Kevin Costner is Pa Kent in Zack Snyder's "Superman"? Shane Black to direct "Iron Man 3". Does the "Preacher" film have it's director? Detroit gets it's "Robocop" statue, and the Orlando airport get a "King of Kong" arcade. Does "Community" have a Chevy Chase problem? Remembering Dwayne McDuffie.

Reviews: Unknown, Cedar Rapids, Oscar Animated shorts.

This episode's Break:

Ringo Deathstarr - Imagine Hearts by joelrickenbach



Youve got GEEK- Episode 84- 2/16/11

This week: Joel and Bob renew their "I Spit On Your Grave" debate, and oh so much more!

News: X-men: First Class Trailer. Marion Cotillard and Joseph Gordon Levitt Cast in the Dark Knight Rises. Guy Ritchie offered "Xerxes". Hulu adds Criterion Titles. Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in the saddle.

Watch/Read/Play/Listen: The IT Crowd, Justified

Report: Toy Fair 2011

Review: Star Wars: Clone Wars "The Mortis Trilogy"

This episode's Break:

The Strokes- Under Cover Of Darkness by joelrickenbach



You've got GEEK- Episode- 2/9/11

This week- We Review "Vanishing On 7th Street", discuss news, read some listener mail, and give opinions on "Barney's Version", SyFy's "Face-Off", the current run on "Amazing Spider-man" and the new game from Arrowhead studios "Magicka".

This episode's Break:

We Once Had An Empire (Jungle Fiction Remix) by Jungle Fiction



You've got GEEK- Episode 82- 2/2/2011

This week- Casting news for "The Dark Knight Rises" and "Superman", Oscar Nominations, Wizard and Toyfair Magazine folding, The death of a member of The Fantastic Four and our review of "The Rite".



You've got GEEK- Episode 81- 1/19/11


This week- Our reactions to the first photos of the new "Spider-Man", "Captain America" and "X-Men: First Class". Plus we breakdown the Golden Globes, SyFy's "Being Human", and the BBC's "Sherlock". Even with all that goodness we still find time to review "The Green Hornet".