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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Geekville Radio: New Star Wars Trilogy and TV Show, Disney vs. Netflix, Thor Ragnarok Review

This show might as well be called Geekville Disney Radio, as it’s all Disney projects in the news this week. Seth is joined by Crazy Train and special guest Uncle Greg to discuss these topics.

First off, Disney has announced an all new Star Wars trilogy to be helmed by Rian Johnson. The only thing known about the unnamed movies are that they will not be centered around the Skywalker family. What setting could this be? And is this something fans truly want to see?

In other Star Wars news, Disney has officially announced a long rumored Star Wars TV show as part of their upcoming streaming service. Again, what could the setting be? And who could run such an anticipated project?

On top of this, Disney has stated that there will be no new Marvel shows on Netflix, and that all future spinoffs will be on their aforementioned streaming service. But what does this mean for existing material like Daredevil and Jessica Jones?

In the final segment of the show, the panelists review the latest blockbuster film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor Ragnarok. Did it live up to the hype? Was it “The Best MCU Movie Ever”? And how awesome were Jeff Goldblum, Cate Blanchett, and Karl Urban?

All this and more in another fun filled Geekville Radio!

Geekville Radio #186: Halloween Party Jam

HAPPY HALLOWEEEN! What is your jam at Halloween parties? In this compliation episode, we flashback to 2013 and 2014 to talk favorite Halloween movies and music to play at your Halloween party. Guests include Uncle Greg, Leadbase, Vengeful Jedi Clint Thiele of GeekDig.

What do you like at your Halloween partis? Let us know at our Facebook, Twitter, or email

Geekville Radio #185: Trailers, Arrowverse

Three huge trailers hit over the past couple weeks. Join Seth and Crazy Train as they dissect scene for scene the following trailers:

Star Wars Episode XIII: The Last Jedi

Justice League

Black Panther

On top of that, the duo discuss the first two weeks of the new seasons for The CW “Arrowverse” shows Supergirl, Legends Of Tomorrow, The Flash, and Arrow.Which show has had the strongest outing in the first few weeks? Which was the weakest? And who the heck is going to be the bad guys?

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Examining The Doctor: The Best Of Examining The Doctor

We’re dusting off the cobwebs in the TARDIS to celebrate International Podcast Podcast Day. This episode of Examining The Doctor is a throwback to the early days where we discussed specific Doctors. There are three main segments to this epsiode

Segment 1 – The Best And Worst Of Doctor Who. Mark, Greg, and Seth discuss the Top and Bottom 10 Doctor Who stories as voted by fans in the Doctor Who Magazine in 2013. The entire show, which also talks the Patrick Troughton years, can be found here

Segment 2 – The Colin Baker Years. A look back at Colin Baker’s run and the politics surrounding his departure. That episode can be found here

Segment 3 – The David Tennant Years. A look at Tennant’s first two years as The Doctor. Entire episode can be found here.

Examining The Doctor is coming back to the Geekville Radio Airwaves soon.

Geekville Radio #184: Crisis On Earth X, Punisher Trailer

The CW’s “Flarrowverse” four part crossover has officially been given a name. DC Comics officially released the event’s name, Crisis On Earth X. While this conjurs up thoughts of past “Crisis” titles in DC’s history, this does look to be a more original title.

It has also been revealed that The Ray will play a major part in the story, and fans got their first glimpse of The Ray and Earth X in the preview for Freedom Fighters: The Ray.

In Marvel news, Netflix has released the initial trailer for the upcoming Punisher series, and it looks like it could be the best live-action Punisher yet.

In older but still fun Star Wars news, Seth and special guest Clint discuss JJ Abrams officially taking over Episode IX.

In the final two segments, Clint talks playing Destiny 2, while Seth reviews the first two issues of DC’s Dark Nights: Metal

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

Geekville Radio #183: Star Wars News, Episode IX Loses Director

It’s happened again. LucasFilm has announced the parting of another director from a Star Wars movie. The Hollywood Reporter published an article on Colin Trevorrow from Episode IX. Join Seth and special guests Ken from Geek Watch One and Derrick from Wookiee Radio as they discuss the news, and the potential ramifications on the movie.

From the article:

“Lucasfilm and Colin Trevorrow have mutually chosen to part ways on Star Wars: Episode IX. Colin has been a wonderful collaborator throughout the development process, but we have all come to the conclusion that our visions for the project differ. We wish Colin the best and will be sharing more information about the film soon,”

Speculation on possible replacements have already begun.

“Rumors are already circulating as to possible replacements for Trevorrow. Rian Johnson, who is in post for The Last Jedi (Episode VIII), has been mentioned as a possibility, returning to the franchise. J.J. Abrams, who successfully helmed Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has also emerged as a top contender.”

“Trevorrow’s departure now marks the fourth time directors have been replaced on a Star Wars project. Tony Gilroy took over from Gareth Edwards for massive reshoots on 2016’s Rogue One. And Josh Trank was taken off of a Star Wars anthology film after reports arose about the helmer’s disturbing behavior on the set of Fox’s Fantastic Four reboot. Like Trank’s, Trevorrow’s exit occurred before the movie started shooting.”

Nerdist published a speculative list of potential replacements.

-Ryan Coogler, Director of Creed and Black Panther

-Michelle McLaren, Director of Game Of Thrones episodes

-Patty Jenkins, Director of Wonder Woman

-Ava Duvernay, Director of Selma

-James Mangold, Director of Logan

-Lexi Alexander, Director of several Arrowverse episodes

-Taika Waititi, Director of Thor: Ragnarok

-Kathryn Bigelow, Director of The Hurt Locker

-Edgar Wright, director of Scott Pilgrem vs. The World

Not to be outdone, Seth has some picks of his own:

-Joe Johnston, Director of Captain America

-Kenneth Branagh, Director of Thor

In other Disney/Star Wars/Marvel news, Bob Iger announced that Marvel movies and Star Wars content will be available on the upcoming Disney streaming service.

In the TV world, Season Four of Rebels will be the final season. Check out the trailer, and see how many more Easter Eggs you can find.

The second half of the show is more of a “shoot the breeze” type format where three geek friends just talk what’s on their minds. Ken talks the new Stargate Command website which will soon be streaming the new Stargate Origins prequel series. Derrick talks the new version of Stephen King’s It, and all three close out the conversation previewing the geek movies left in 2017.

This is a bit of a different show, but one we think you’ll enjoy. Another fun-filled Geekville Radio!

Examining The Dead: Tribute To Tobe Hooper

Examining The Dead: September 2017

WARNING: Podcast contains explicit content

It’s a different kind of episode this month for Examining The Dead. Once again, the Horror World lost another icon in the passing of the legendary Tobe Hooper.

Join host “Crazy Train” Jonathan Bolick, along with Seth “Zandrax” Zillmann and “The Big Deal” Clint Thiele as they pay tribute to the life and career of the late great director.

Hooper can be credited with pioneering not one, not two, but three sub-genres of modern horror filmmaking. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre helped pave the way for “Slasher Flicks” like Halloween and Friday The 13th. Wheras The Funhouse helped introduce the world to the “Scary Clown”. And, of course, Poltergeist raised the bar when it came to paranormal ghost stories.

However, Hooper did not stay only in movies. He directed episodes of Amazing Stories, Tales From The Crypt, and The Equalizer. He also directed the TV adaption of Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot. And can you name the famous music video he directed early in the MTV days? The answer may surprise you.

All this and more in another fun-filled Examining The Dead!