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ما موارد مورد علاقه مانند SpongeBob Squarepants ، Steven Universe ، Superman ، The Simpsons ، South Park ، Dragon Ball و موارد دیگر را پوشش می دهیم. این پادکست ها بصیرت های عمیق متحرک ، سرگرم کننده صحبت کردن ، طرح های داستانی ، نظرات ، اخبار ، چیزهای بی اهمیت و موارد دیگر را ارائه می دهند ، این اطمینان را می دهد که شما بخشی از بحث های در سرتاسر جهان هستید.
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Sometimes movies are made to have sequels. Sometimes sequels are made, even if they are not needed. And sometimes...sequels that should never have even been imagined get the green light. We talk about some of the worst sequels ever made and some others that might be awful, but we still like them anyways. What's a movie sequel that you think should …
 
Ryan Reynolds is just about everywhere right now. Why? Because people love him, us included. We take a few minutes to talk about where he came from, what he's done, and some of our favorite things he's ever done (And a few things we didn't) in this week's podcast. What's your favorite Ryan Reynolds role? http://getgeekish.com…
 
Marcia Lucas, the Oscar-winning editor behind the original Star Wars trilogy, as well as the ex-wife to George Lucas, is apparently furious over the new Star Wars sequels and thinks they butchered a legacy. I feel like I (mostly) disagree with her. But then again, Star Wars has become one of the biggest, and also most polarizing franchises in histo…
 
Music has changed a lot over the past few decades. How we make it, how we listen to it, how it's distributed, how it's promoted...they have all changed drastically. (Some for the better, some for the worse.) But we now live in an era where artists can have repeated chart topping hits and still be completely 'unknown' by the general public. And othe…
 
an·i·me /ˈanəˌmā/nounA style of Japanese film and television animation, typically aimed at adults as well as children. We're talking anime this week. I love a lot of anime. there is a lot of anime I don't understand. And we know even the term anime gets thrown around and used on a lot of thing that might not event technically be anime. But all I kn…
 
It's that time of year when 'back to school' is at the to of (nearly) everyone's minds. We talk about what back to school is like now having school age kids, as well as a trip down memory lane of some of the best and worst back to school memories. http://getgeekish.comتوسط Get Geekish
 
From the cliff divers of Casa Bonita, to the tropical birds of the Rainforest Café, to the foul-mouthed servers at Dick's Last Resort. We talk about theme restaurants in the week's podcast. Some of the best, some of the worst, and some that I can't believe even exist. What is a theme restaurant near you that is worth visiting? http://getgeekish.com…
 
He-Man was one of my beloved heroes as a kid. But when I grew up and went back to watch show the show, I was underwhelmed, to say the least. He-Man and the Masters of the Universe has been rebooted a number of times, but after seeing the preview for the new Kevin Smith-led Netflix adaptation, I'm hopeful the Masters of the Universe might finally li…
 
Pop culture, and TV shows in particular, is known to have its fair share of annoying characters. Sometimes it drives the plot, sometimes it adds to the story, sometimes it's bad acting or writing. And, as it is with many things, one person's 'annoying character' is another person's favorite. Who do you think is one of the most annoying characters e…
 
Slip and slides, Super Soakers, box fans, snow cones, and swimming pools. We relive the ways we used to stay cool as kids on hot summer days in this week's podcast. What's you're favorite way to stay cool? (Not that we're saying you're not...cool...) http://getgeekish.comتوسط Get Geekish
 
The 1990s and early 2000s were the golden age for hidden tracks on CDs. Some were just extra songs, some were ways to sneak things past people, some were there just to mess with fans, and some took some serious work to actually find for the first time. We reminisce about some of the hidden tracks that stick out in our memories in this week's podcas…
 
We know they they censored the blood in in the home release of Mortal Kombat, we know they never had an actual "nude code" for Tomb Raider, and we know that some countries just don't want games where you kill people, but censorship has been a big part of videos games since (almost) day 1. This week we take a look at some of the games that had big c…
 
Do VHS tapes deserve a renaissance? Vinyl had one, cassettes are trying to have one, could the nostalgic draw of VHS tapes be enough to start another marketing gimmick to bring a little bit of the 80s and 90s back to life? We discuss in this week's podcast. http://getgeekish.comتوسط Get Geekish
 
With the release of the teaser trailer for phase four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we were all able to get excited about the next few years of Marvel movies in the works, and the very last graphic in that teaser gives us the Fantastic Four logo. We discuss what the future may hold for the franchise, despite a few previous lackluster efforts at…
 
People have always made music. They've also been making music about all kinds of 'taboo' or 'inappropriate' subject matter. Some are just better at cleverly hiding it, or working it in with wordplay and innuendo. From folks burning records in the 60s, to music censorship, radio edits, and the explicit content label. There has been a battle over 'de…
 
With the opening on Super Nintendo World in Japan, we got to thinking about theme parks. Will things like The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Super Nintendo World lead to even more fandoms getting their own theme parks? (As opposed to the most marketable fandoms getting their logos slapped on a re-tooled ride at Universal Studios?) We can only …
 
From the humble beginnings of the kid's meal at Burger Chef in 1973, to the launch of the McDonald's Happy Meal in 1978, kid's meals at fast food restaurant almost always added a little magic to your meal. (Or at least a crappy toy that you thought was awesome.) We talk about the history of kid's meals and some of out favorite toys in this week's p…
 
With the release of the (eventual) release of The Justice League's Snyder Cut we got to thinking about all the different movies that have had 'director's cuts', 'alternate editions', 'extended cuts', and the like. Some of them are amazing, some of them are awful, and some of them make us question why one version or the other was even released. Chec…
 
If you go searching for 'spring break movies' you'll find lists that include every movie with a teenager and a beach scene. We talk about some "spring break movies" and how the idea of spring break has been peddled down to us through the years, was pretty much a big lie. the ultimate spring break party, is just a white whale. (But wow, do I wish I …
 
From Pac Man, Asteroids, and Galaga, to Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, and Lethal Enforcers. Arcade's used to be the place to be and we have fond memories of pumping quarters into those cabinets. We discuss some of the best arcade games ever made and that fact that arcades (or video games in general) will never be the same. What is your all-time fa…
 
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is ripe for some big new villains to bring some chaos an havoc to the next generation of heroes. WandaVision got us all speculating nd thinking about what the future villains are going to be and we take a dive into discussing characters that may have already been hinted at, or and some longshots that could come out of …
 
We finish up part two of our trip down sitcom lane with the 80s, 90s, and 2000s. Exponentially more shows, both good and bad, have flooded the airwaves, and now our streaming services. What sitcom from this time period is your "hands-down-have-to-watch-and-rewatch-and-rewatch" show? http://www.getgeekish.com…
 
Sitcoms have come a long way, but some of the gems that were delivered over the airwaves decades ago still hold a special spot in our hearts. IT's really fun to see shows like WandaVision pay homage to some of the classics, and it got us talking about some of our favorite sitcoms of yesteryear. http://getgeekish.com…
 
Valentine's Day has become a 'Hallmark Holiday' that polarizes most between loving it and hating it. Rather that tackle the pros and cons of V-Day, we decided to do a little digging into its origins. Between murder, martyr, secret note based prison breaks, slapping women with dead animal skins, and "Jack" leaving a treat at your backdoor...what we …
 
There is a bit a renaissance in the early 2000s for emo/punk/rock music that gave us a whole lot of great stuff to listen to. We re-hash some of what was big in music at the time, and what songs and bands are still regulars on our music playlists. What are your favorite songs from 2000-2006? http://getgeekish.com…
 
This week we were blessed to talk with the one and only Steven Spohn for our "Celebrity Spotlight"! He shares some delightful insight in his life, and shares some beautiful ideas on how we can all make the world a better place. Steve Spohn is the COO of AbleGamers charity, an award-winning content creator, and internationally recognized advocate fo…
 
Learning in our sleep, cryogenic freezing, human hibernation, drug induced sleep, computer controlled sleep chambers....sci-fi has come up with some pretty crazy ideas on how we could sleep in the future. We discuss some of them in this week's podcast...and now I want a nap! If it were safe, would you cryogenically freeze yourself to see the future…
 
With Deadpool 3 getting an official announcement that it will be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it got us talking about Superhero movies and the 'R' rating. Should there be more 'R' rated superhero flicks? Less? Why is a rating such a big deal? Join our discussion. http://getgeekish.comتوسط Get Geekish
 
Cassette tapes, Vinyl records, car phones, laserdiscs...of lot of tech has come and gone in our lifetimes. And someone of them, for one reason or another, are making comebacks. We discuss in this week's podcast. http://getgeekish.comتوسط Get Geekish
 
Let's face it; 2020 was an awful year for movies. Between the pandemic, lockdowns, shooting delays, and empty theatres it was a rough year for movies over all. The silver lining? A lot of movies were pushed back to 2021 and now we have a TON of new movies to look forward to in the near future. Hopefully. What movie(s) are you most excited about thi…
 
Cyberpunk 2077 has been making all sorts of headlines for glitches and problems since its release, but it is far from the first game that has had issues at launch. Some games get sold when they are incomplete, some have easily patchable glitches, and some are just rushed to store shelves before they are ready. We talk about some of these launch fai…
 
More than just Vader, more than Mufasa, more than King Jaffe Joffer, and more than Terrance Mann; James Earl Jones is one of greatest stage and screen actors of our time. We shine the Get Geekish spotlight on him in this week's podcast. http://getgeekish.comتوسط Get Geekish
 
Why does Optimus Prime have a moth? Why is Ashoka's lekku so short? Why did anyone let M. Night Shyamalan anywhere near Avatar the Last Airbender? Anytime Hollywood brings an animated character to life there are certain...liberties that are often taken, and die hard fans are often disappointed. We talk about som of the best and some of the worst as…
 
To this day, Scrubs is still one of my favorite sitcoms of all times. That's saying a lot about a medical comedy from someone who has absolutely zero background working an any sort of hospital environment. Maybe it's because people used to refer to us as J.D. and Turk, but we love Scrubs and we talk about it in this week's podcast. http://getgeekis…
 
Punky Brewster, Saved By The Bell, Looney Toons, Dexter, Animaniacs, Ren & Stimpy, Battlestar Galactica, Walker Texas Ranger...these are just a few of the re-made/re-hashed/continued TV shows that we could see in 2021. Some of them could be good ideas, others, not-so-much. Join us as we discuss what's coming to the small screen. What TV reboot are …
 
It takes a lot of work, a lot of imagination, and a lot of people to put together a Hollywood movie. But somehow, a lot of movies and shows end up with a scene or two that leave us viewers scratching our heads and wondering, "Why the heck was that put in there?" This week we're talking about some our most memorable movie moments that seemed awkward…
 
1991 was a year full of geo-political changes, but we were young and fortunate enough to be more concerned with what toys we wanted to play with. Join us on a trip down memory lane and bring yourself back 30 years to 1991, with some of the best, some of the worst, and some of the most memorable toys of the year. What were you playing with in 1991? …
 
From a box-office "failure", to holiday movies staple with a cult-like following. Hocus Pocus turns 27 this year and we all got word that Hocus Pocus 2 in finally in the works. We talk about out hopes for the sequel and about some interesting facts about the first movie in this week's podcast. http://getgeekish.com…
 
In 1993 we were introduced to the Nightmare Before Christmas, a stop-motion animated musical dreamed up by Tim Burton and directed by Henry Selick. It was released on VHS almost a year later, on DVD in 1997, and since then has moved from a 'cult classic' to a cultural phenomenon that is synonymous with not one, but two major holidays in many people…
 
We love food. People all over the world love food. But some of the foods that other people love can be odd, or might even sound downright disgusting. (And I am sure those people think the same thing about some of the foods we love.) We discuss some of the strangest foods we ever eaten and some of the weirdest ones from all over the globe in this we…
 
We saw a post on Facebook where someone photoshopped children's board games reimagined as horror movies. (Including Hungry Hungry Hippos, Chutes and Ladders, and Candyland.) We decided to talk about what the plots of those movies could be and talk about what other board games might make legitimately good horror movies. What ones come to your mind? …
 
October used to be the eighth month, instead of pumpkins people used to carve turnips, The Germans used to call October "Wyn Monath" and the Saxons used to call it "Winterfylleth". This week, just in time for our favorite season, we talk about the history of October and Halloween. http://getgeekish.com…
 
One of the founders of Jelly Belly is doing a 'Golden Ticket' style giveaway of a candy factory. It sounds like there may be a few too many stings attached to this one, but it got us thinking, "What type of place would YOU like go and get the Willy Wonka-style golden ticket treatment?" https://getgeekish.com/…
 
Today we get excited for what might happen in the future, but in the past the present used to be the future. So now, we're stuck debating if this is the future our favorite sci-fi movies envisioned for us? (And somehow get stuck on the concept of water less bidets...) What current "futuristic" ideas from fiction do you think are going to become rea…
 
Bill and Ted Face The Music was a movie 30 years in the making. It's not going to win an Academy Award, it's not going to go down as a ground-breaking cinematic masterpiece...but that not what it was trying to be. It's a goofy-4, good-hearted comedy, with a message about people coming together and a hefty splash of nostalgia. In our minds this movi…
 
With all the discussion circulating about 'The Batman' we decided to talk about the previous dozen-plus Batman films and what they did wrong and right, while laying down a little bit of what we hope comes from this and future Batman movies. Who was/is your favorite Batman? http://getgeekish.comتوسط Get Geekish
 
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