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The Geeks’ Watch 195: Utopia S1xE5&6

“The future comes, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death. I shall miss no game, withhold no news, report all rumors. I shall wear no jerseys and plead allegiance to no side. I shall live and die on my webpage. I am the word in the darkness. I am the watcher of the tv. I am the megaphone that informs the realms of geek. I pledge my hands and name to the Geek’s Watch, for geeks and all the geeks to come.” John, Jess, Mitch, Stephen and Elizabeth talk about their week’s watch, then continue the journey of talking about the new Amazon Prime Video series Utopia. They review and discuss the episodes 5 and 6 of the first season.

Televised Heroics 132: Now. Remember What I Told Ya

———-WARNING—————WARNING—————WARNING———————— SPOILERS—————SPOILERS————-SPOILERS——————SPOILERS Listen at your own risk, because here there be SPOILERS, so I hope you are caught up on all your comic book TV shows. So if you watch Supergirl, Arrow, Flash, The Walking Dead, Jessica Jones, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Daredevil, Gotham, Agents of SHIELD, or Preacher, tune in to Televised Heroics as Daniel and Mitch remind you why you like scripted television again.

Geeking To The Chapel 2: 51 Weeks To Go – Bret & Sam

Mitch and Elizabeth are getting hitched and you get to come along for the journey. Listen as they have guests on to talk about wedding planning, being a wedding vendor, engagements, and being married. For the second week Mitch and Elizabeth invite Bret and Sam on the podcast, they were the couple involved in the Las Vegas proposal. They also regale us with stories of their proposal and wedding day.

Journey Into Mystery 21: Captain Marvel (2019)

Ian and Mitch have taken it upon themselves to try and use the Time Stone that is their imaginations and predict, speculate, or just guess what the future phases of the MCU have in store for all of us. The journeyers jump back to 2019 to see what they can decipher from ‘Captain Marvel’ about the future of the MCU.
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30 Days Of Night (2007) is vampire horror done right. The atmospheric sense of dread is palpable, and it really feels hopeless for the town’s residents as a horde of violent vampires rush in to feed. If you like gore, then this one is for you.

Sinister (2012) is one of those movies that just crawls under your skin. Filled with gruesome imagery & excellent sound design, the scares are brutal. The concept and design of Bughuul were a highlight for me, and that ending is hard to shake out of your mind.

The Visit (2015) is so strange & unsettling. I loved the documentary style set-up and the two teen actors were great onscreen. Watching events unfold was uncomfortable in the best ways, and when the twist hit, I audibly gasped! Theres something simple to it all, but still unique

We’re celebrating Halloween by having @tastelesspod back to throw 20 Q’s at Scream. What we wanna know from you is:

What’s the best horror film from the 90s?

Vote below, or sound off in the comments to let us know one of the many we’ve missed. Thx!

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