Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 Review, Star Wars Jedi Survivor First Impressions, and CinemaCon 2023 Hey all! Welcome to another episode of Geek Freaks! In this episode, we're excited to talk about the latest news in entertainment and gaming. We kick things off by discussing our most anticipated summer movies, with Frank revealing that he's looking forward to Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One, set to release on... Continue Reading →

Geek Freaks Podcast: Exciting News on Star Trek Phase 2, MGM Remakes, and WB’s HBO Max Relaunch Welcome to this week's episode of Geek Freaks! In our intro segment, we'll be discussing some big news, including the upcoming Star Trek Phase 2, as well as addressing some rumors about Amazon remaking some MGM hits and WB relaunching HBO Max. And don't forget to stay tuned for our question of the week:... Continue Reading →

Review for the Blucoil Headphone Amplifier

We are starting a series of reviews for the equipment we use as a network and the recommendations given on our podcasts. Here is our first review. The Blucoil 4-Channel Portable Headphone Amplifier is a versatile and compact device designed for both professional and personal use. With 1/4" and 3.5mm TRS ports, it allows for... Continue Reading →

Interview with Actor Josh Leese

In this episode of Geek Freaks, we have a fascinating conversation with actor Josh Leese about his impressive acting career, including his roles in Hulu's Extraordinary and HBO's Chernobyl. Leese shares his experience of working on Chernobyl and how he prepared for his role. We also discuss Leese's recent work in the comedy series, Extraordinary.... Continue Reading →

DC’s Future and Hogwarts Legacy Prep

Join the Geek Freaks as they discuss the results of their Twitter poll, complete the Sorting Hat quiz, and get sorted into their Hogwarts houses. In this latest episode, they'll also bring you up-to-date with the latest network updates and the hottest entertainment news, including the renewal of The Last of Us, That 90's Show,... Continue Reading →

Rick and Morty Trouble and MoviePass is Back!

Get ready for a jam-packed episode of Geek Freaks! Today we're trying something new and discussing Netflix's track record of canceling shows. Do you think they've canceled a show too soon? We'll be sharing our thoughts on the topic. In the news, we've got reactions to the latest Shazam and DnD trailers, the relaunch of... Continue Reading →

The Mandalorian Trailer and European Gaming

Hey all! We are covering several topics including our favorite fandom, an upcoming Xbox/Bethesda event, a new trailer for The Mandalorian, and the ongoing issue of layoffs in the gaming industry. The EU is also implementing new gaming regulations, and we plan to attend various conventions throughout the year, including hosting our first eSports event.... Continue Reading →

AI vs Artist and Gunn Shaking DC

In this episode, we'll discuss the exciting news that James Gunn, director of the Guardians of the Galaxy films, has been tapped to run DC's film division and now writing a Superman movie. We'll also be discussing the recent news that Epic Games, the creator of Fortnite, has been fined over $500 million. Finally, we'll... Continue Reading →

Henry Cavill Already Has A New Gig

According to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, actor Henry Cavill will star in and executive produce a television adaptation of the popular tabletop strategy game "Warhammer 40,000" for Amazon. The show is said to be a sci-fi drama set in the far future, where humanity is locked in a desperate war against alien forces.... Continue Reading →

New Superman Movie, New Superman

James Gunn will write a new Superman movie focusing on the hero's younger years, with a new actor playing the role of Superman instead of Henry Cavill. “Among those on the slate is Superman. In the initial stages, our story will be focusing on an earlier part of Superman’s life, so the character will not... Continue Reading →

Iger is Back as Disney’s Boss

Bob Chapek - Former Disney CEO Bob Iger is back as CEO of Disney after just two years. He is replacing Bob Chapek who drew some heat recently when he announced major cuts and layoffs throughout the company. Chapek's two-year run focused on recovery after a pandemic, a series of published issues, and a slip... Continue Reading →

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