Dustin Hoffman, John, Mayer, and a cool new card game take the spotlight in this week’s #GTFF!
Yes, the show is on hiatus for another week or so, but we absolutely had to get together and talk about Deadpool 2! David Hunt and Mike Kostrewa return for the discussion, which has a very brief non-spoiler section before we dive in head-long.
As much as I like Thor, the movies simply weren’t clicking for me. Then I saw the first trailer for Ragnarok.
I’ve been following JR Forasteros around the internet for the last few years, impressed with his knowledge of geek culture, as well as the way he pastors his church in Rowlett, TX. When he asked me to talk about his new book, Empathy for the Devil, on the show, I absolutely had to say yes!
The two-part series for It continues with Dave’s discussion on the 1990 television mini-series and the recent reboot.
Derry is a town in Maine that holds an evil that reappears every 27 years. In this episode, we start at the beginning of it all.
Surprise! Another bonus episode! This time, Dave digs into anime via the new Netflix film, Death Note, which is an adaption of a well-received anime and manga of the same name. He also shares how his opinion changed after watching the first couple episodes of the anime.
Dave discusses the audiobook Ready Player One written by Ernest Cline and read by Wil Wheaton.
After 17 years, Hugh Jackman takes his final stand as Logan in the film directed by James Mangold. In this episode of Geek This!, Dave chats about things he liked in the film and his thoughts on Logan: Noir – a special black and white edition.
YouTube launched its YouTube Red service in October 2015. Over a year later, Dave talks about whether the content provided is worth the $10 you’ll be spending each month.