Ready Player One Review

The long awaited geektastic blockbuster has finally arrived! Join Seth and Crazy Train as they review all things Ready Player One. The duo break down all the Easter Eggs they could find, and Seth mentions some of the differences between the book and the movie. So if you’re looking for hidden gems when you see the movie, Seth and Train have a lot of pointers.

And it probably should go with out saying, but MAJOR SPOILER ALERT!

All this and more in another fun-filled Geekville Radio!

Avengers Trailer, RIP Toys R Us, Justice League and Last Jedi to Home Video

Marvel dropped a bomb with the final trailer for Avengers: Infinity War. Join Seth and Crazy Train as they dissect the trailer and speculate the memorable shots, and what they could mean. And how many of the 60-something characters that appeared in the trailer, and who else might appear in the movie.

The second part of the show is devoted to the demise of Toys R Us and the 80s memories of the toy and game mecca.

Finally, Seth and Train talk the home video releases of Justice League and Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi

Examining The Dead #19: Haunted House Attractions

This month’s edition of Examining The Dead takes a look at Haunted House Attractions. But first, a look at the news.

THE CORONER’S REPORT – News and Commentary

John Constantine returned to the DC’s CW TV Universe by appearing on Legends Of Tomorrow.

Scooby-Doo is crossing over with Supernatural for an episode titled “Scooby-Natural”.

Ash Vs. Evil Dead’s ratings slipping, allegedly due to pirating.

The effects of Carl’s Death on The Walking Dead Season 8, including Negan’s reaction.

Morgan being the crossover to Fear The Walking Dead

The future of Jadis

A Quiet Place debuted at SXSW to huge positive reaction.

Xtro getting a proper Blu-Ray release on May 28th.

More on the Friday The 13th Game changes. Part V Jason, and Single Player Mode

State Of Decay 2 released on May 22nd, and the many Easter Eggs for horror fans.


Both movies reviewed are on Netflix and/or Amazon.

First up is The Void, available on Netflix. A very John Carpenter inspired movie with dashed of David Cronenberg and HP Lovecraft.

Second up is The Haunters: The Art Of The Scare, a documentary on Haunted House attractions and the artists behind them. Some good, some bad.


Katie Dudas of The ScareHouse joins to talk the Haunted House attraction concept. Learn what might go into attractions, and what goes on during a haunt. Should there be Safe Words? And much more. If you like Haunted House attractions, you’ll want to hear this input from somebody behind the curtain.

Feedback is much appreciated. And be warned that this is the only Geekville Radio podcast with an explicit tag.

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2018 Movie Preview, Black Panther Review

We’re dusting off the cobwebs for 2018 in the Geekville Radio studios with a JAM PACKED show with a ton of content. Join Seth and Crazy Train as they talk news, preview a TON of movies, and review Black Panther.


A small little indie film called Black Panther opened last weekend to record numbers. Now in it’s second week it still managed to land a $100 million dollar weekend, which is HIGHLY impressive. The film is now tapped to score $400 million dometically according to Box Office Mojo.

On the Star Wars front, rumors have surfaced as to the reason for Colin Trevorrow’s exit from Episode IX. Allegedly Trevorrow’s plans heavily involved Luke Skywalker.

Speaking of Luke Skywalker, Mark Hamill is set to have a Star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.


Our list comes from Movie Insider if you would like to follow along.

March – Death Wish, A Wrinkle In Time, Tomb Raider, Pacific Rim: Uprising, and of course Ready Player One.

April – Rampage

May – Avengers: Infinity War, “Untitled Deadpool Sequel” (They should just keep that name), and Solo.

June – Packed with sequels, including Ocean’s 8, Incredibles 2, and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

July – Ant-Man & The Wasp, Teen Titans GO To The Movies, and finally Mission Impossible: Fallout

August – Christopher Robin, Mile 22, and Scarface.

September – Untitled New Line Horror Film 2018, The Predator, and yet another Robin Hood remake

October – Venom, Mowgli, and the latest Halloween.

November – X-Men: Dark Phoenix, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Fantastic Beasts 2, Creed 2, and Wreck It Ralph 2

December – Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, Aquaman, Bumblebee, Mary Poppins Returns, and Bohemian Rhapsody


The final segment of the show is devoted to a thorough (that means SPOILERS) review of Marvel’s latest blockbuster Black Panther. Everything from the acting to the accuracy to the comics are discussed. Does the movie live up to the hype? A must listen for Black Panther fans looking to fiind out more about the character.

All this and more in another fun-filled Geekville Radio.

Examining The Dead #18: PROTECT THE F’N CAR!

Examining The Dead is back for 2018 talking news and fun in the world of horror and video gaming.


The Child’s Play franchise is being adapted into a TV series, which will be developed by original writer Don Mancini and producer David Kirschner. Brad Dourif is also returning to voice the iconic character Chucky.

In other TV news, Sabrina The Teenage Witch is getting a darker reboot courtesy Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who tweed a photo of the new take on Salem.

Another remake is in store for V, only this time it’s hitting the big screen!

The Friday The 13th video game is getting dedicated servers, and expanded single player adventures.


Crazy Train reviews two documentaries. Crystal Lake Memories is a thorough look at the Friday The 13th film, including all 12 feature films and the TV series.

Train also looks at 2010’s Never Sleep Again, which examines all of the Nightmare On Elm Street movies and TV shows. If you’re a fan of either franchise, these documentaries are for you!


YouTuber NapcityCell joins the show to talk the Friday The 13th game, including what’s in store for the upgrades. And you’ll learn why this episode is called “PROTECT THE F’N CAR!”

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2017 Hits And Misses

Happy New Year everybody! This week’s edition of Geekville Radio looks back on the best and worst of 2017 when it comes to Movies, TV, and Video Games. Join Seth and Crazy Train as they pick their choices, Keep in mind this is from a numbers standpoint, and not necessarily quality standpoint.

What did you like about geekery in 2017? Sound off below!

Star Wars The Last Jedi Review

A thorough rundown (that means SPOILERS) of the latest Star Wars installment, The Last Jedi. Special guest Clint from The GeekDig Podcast joins Seth and Crazy Train to discuss the film. The main topics are Big News, Talking Points, Unanswered Questions, and Episode IX

The first part of the show, the trio compare what movie trailers were shown before the movie, so if you just want to hear the Star Wars talk, skip ahead to about 16:15.

Crisis On Earth X Review

Nazis! Nazis everywhere!

This special edition of Geekville Radio is devoted to The CW Arrowverse crossover Crisis On Earth X. It’s pretty much universally agreed that you can put nazis in anything sci-fi and it will never get old. Join Seth, Crazy Train, and special Guest Stargate Pioneer of The Gonna Geek Network as they review all four installments of the crossover.

Evil Ollie? Evil Supergirl? Paul Blackthorne keeping his impeccable Bristishness? Was it better than the Justice League movie? It’s all discussed in this near two hour geekout!

Geekville Radio: Deadpool 2 Trailer, Punisher and Justice League Reviews

It’s a review filled edition of Geekville Radio with three big subjects to go through.

First off, Fox has released another trailer for Deadpool 2, featuring Deadpool parodying the late great Bob Ross. How many Easter Eggs were in it? And did we get all the references.

Also in the Marvel field, The Punisher series had made its long-awaited Netflix debut. In a mild spoiler review, Seth and Crazy Train discuss the series and whether it lives up to expectations.

The final segment of the show is devited to a thorough review of the highly anticipated Justice League movie. Why did it get panned? And is it really as bad as some fans are making it out to be? Warning: This review is SPOILER HEAVY, so it’s highly recommended to see the film before listening to avoid spoilers.

All this and more in another fun-filled Geekville Radio!

Examining The Dead #17

This episode was recorded the afternoon of November 12th, 2017, before Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 4 aired.

We’re dusting the cobwebs out of the Examining The Dead studios with a HUGE show covering several elements of Horror in Pop Culture and History. Join host Crazy Train along with Seth and the returning Uncle Greg as they discuss these terrifying topics.


Stephen King’s “It” has officially become the highest grossing horror film of all time, and the fourth highest grossing R-Rated Movie of all time. On top of that, Train points out how 2017 is one of the biggest years for horror in history. The numbers don’t lie.

In Friday The 13th Game news, new DLC has added new Jason skins, and new counselors and maps.

The Walking Dead is back! Who’s the next to go? If it’s Shiva Train riots!

In CWTV news, the stage is set for Constantine’s return to DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow.


A pair of reviews this episode. First up: The Babysitter now on Netflix. Train reviews this horror comedy that he describes as “The Wicker Man meets Home Alone.”

The second review is of the entire season of Stranger Things 2. Did it live up to the first season? A lot of in depth talk about the characters, and of course the killer soundtrack.


Love forgotten B-Grade Horror Films? This segment is for you. Train and Seth discuss some forgotten treasures including two Peter Jackson films (Dead Alive and Bad Taste), Madman, Halloween III, Pieces, The Stuff, with honorable mentions My Bloody Valentine and The Prowler.

Feedback is much appreciated. And be warned that this is the only Geekville Radio podcas with an explicit tag.

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