Episode 6: We Podcast What?

163727_185073568190288_7767255_nChris DeLisle of Empire Games joins us this week.  Empire Games have created 3 games – I Drank What?, The Way of the Fist, and their newest game – Ocktoberfest.  You can check out Empire Games on their Facebook page (click the link)

This week’s contest is for an Advanced Screening Prize Pack – just email us at info@guardiansofthegeekery.com with your favorite childhood memory that you would go back in time for, or post it on our Facebook page.  We will choose a winner at random from all the entries and announce the winners!

This episode, we attempt to discuss the following: 

  • Empire Games and their 3 main games and time at Scarab
  • Exploding Kittens Game! (link to kickstarter here)
  • TV Show Galavant with Weird Al and Ricky Gervais
  • Potential Return of X-Files on Fox
  • HBO’s Game of Thrones coming to IMAX (AMC)
  • Showtime’s Twin Peaks confirms Kyle McClachlan and others to return.
  • SNL 40th Anniversary special on VH1 and NBC
  • The Seventh Son movie (see trailer below)
  • Project Almanac movie (see trailer below)
  • Kingsman: The Secret Service movie (see trailer below)
  • The Avatar sequel trilogy by James Cameron
  • The Oscar Nominations (for a list of nominees click here)
  • The new Illustrated Harry Potter books (example below)
  • Divergent book by Veronica Roth
  • The end of the Marvel Universe (Secret Wars) and Stan Lee’s reaction
  • Playstation’s first series, The Powers (link to Brian Michael Bendis video below)
  • Return of the Venture Bros.
  • Netflix and the BBC Series Update
  • Shipping glitter to your enemies
  • Weird Al’s Mandatory World Tour (link here)

Guardians of the Geekery Episode 6

Things to Note:

  • Giddygeeker really does have a problem with words – someone get her some Catnip Tea!
  • We don’t know what Geek Ho’s are, but according to Rule 34 – not only do they exist, they are probably in porn.
  • James Franco’s Documentary on SNL is on Hulu (click here)
  • The 3 advance screenings are posted on The Charlotte Geeks Facebook page, not The Charlotte Geeks website – sorry!
  • We apologize to our fans in Gastonia, we do think you are people!
  • The Latin Hobbit that Carol the Cat keeps talking about is for sale at Park Road Books if you are interested!
  • Carol the Cat did not provide the Giddygeeker with her preferred website for Netflix comings & goings, but if you google it – a ton of websites pop up.
  • For your viewing and listening pleasure, Where There’s a Whip There’s a Way is below!

Videos/Pictures To Prove Its Real!

Harry Potter Illustrated Series (by Jim Kay)

Seventh Son Trailer

Project Almanac Trailer

Kingsman: The Secret Service Trailer

Brian Michael Bendis on Late Night with Seth Meyers

Where There’s A Whip, There’s a Way!

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