Category Archives: Podcast

Is a Blue Wave approaching? Democrats may be poised to start winning. Hopefully.

I cannot believe I was on the edge of my seat watching a special election in Pennsylvania for an office that will only be held temporarily due to drawing new district lines. Despite all the GOP support, Trump’s campaigning, and millions in opposition, a Democrat beat the odds to win this deep-red district that Trump took by 20 points just 1 year ago. What does this mean for the future of the Democratic party and this rumored Blue Wave? We have no idea frankly, but it is fun to speculate.

Vendettas: It’s Britni Censored

Technical problems continue to plague the show, but don’t worry. We find a way to deliver a full episode. Devin is still coming down from his nirvana experience, but has a rude awakening and major disappointment. Natalie continues to play everyone’s game except her own, being a pawn that delivers the goods to the last person who holds her attention. And a previous love affair brings about some emotions when the mercenaries show up to take contestants out. Try to ignore the talk about Brad’s hair oils.

The Midnight Drive-In: Critters 2 & Leprechaun 2

Who loves props?  We do.  That’s why this episode we’re celebrating prop maker Michael W. Moore.  We’ll be talking about 2 of our favorite films of his Critters 2 and Leprechaun 2.  So sit back and let’s talk some wrought iron, critterballs, and motorboating a lawnmower.  Also we come with our own sequel to the Leprechaun franchise called Leprechauns.  It’s pretty great.  Also we chat some Brawl In Cell Block 99, Slasher, and Fargo.

Graveyard Duck Episode 24 – Castlevania Dracula X: Rondo of Blood

After a slight delay, Graveyard Duck is back with one of our most anticipated topics yet, Castlevania Dracula X: Rondo of Blood for the PC Engine Super CD-ROM. This japan only title is considered by many to be the holy grail of Castlevania games. Here what Scott and Wes have to say, and learn why, and how, you can play this masterpiece as well.

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Chaos in the White House means chaos in America

What’s with this president* who can’t seem to hang on to employees? The list of high-ranking members of this administration who have been fired, quit or been indicted or pled guilty to crimes is too many to count. But that’s just staffing chaos. What about the constant stream of scandals? Stormy Daniels, Russia, Moron-gate, unenforced sanctions, and of course Twitter keep us constantly distracted and uneasy.

Vendettas: Rumor Has It

One of the greatest episodes of The Challenge ever! Alliances are crushed as friends have to make very tough decisions to advance their game. Rivalries are reinforced and everyone’s games gets shook. Mean girls are no fun, and MTV does not endorse bullying. It’s a long recap, so buckle up.

The Midnight Drive-In: Critters & Leprechaun

For some reason it was decided we should watch Critters and Leprechaun for this week’s show.  The only reason Doug gave was “Little things eating people.” Seemed like a good enough excuse to me.  Other things we talked about were Mom & Dad, Slasher, and Coffy.  We also ramble a lot in this episode.  Enjoy.

Everyone thinks Americans are dummies. Even most Americans.

I think it’s safe to say that our standing in the world has diminished since Trump took over the most important office in the land. All other countries think we’re idiots for electing him, and with his record-low approval numbers it seems like most Americans agree. This week we vent our frustrations about losing our standing in the world for the sake of nationalism and America First.

Vendettas: Baskets of Deplorables

We know Marie went in last week, but who is she going up against? Kam is a traitor and not good at this game, and you can feel free to tweet hatred at us for that comment. The rest of the crew plays some soccer wearing stilts and zorbs, and we see a classic vendetta come to a head. Why you gettin’ so upset? We’re down a podcast host and note taker, but we try our hardest. Cut us some slack.

The Midnight Drive-In: Bloodsport & Lionheart

This week we’re discussing two Van Damme classics with Boodsport and Lionheart.  So get ready to do some splits and punch someone in the nuts!  After that we discuss Black Panther, I, Tonya, and some schlocky films starring Traci Lords and Linnea Quigley.  Please be advised we do talk spoilers for Black Panther so from 1:13:00 – 1:42:00 there could be spoilers a plenty.

Guns, guns, guns. How do you solve the gun problem? MORE GUNS!

It’s our inaugural episode of F45! Our frustration this week is our gun problem and how we are unique in that we have no even once attempted to fix this problem. The latest school shooting left 17 dead and spawned zero action from anyone. Attempts to fix this problem are blocked by Republicans, the NRA and, of course, our president*.

Vendettas: Mercenaries of Mayhem

The mercenaries come in to wreak havoc on our poor Challengers while Kam does her best Fire Marshall Bill impression. A new challenge proves very difficult for everyone, with broken glass and stitches and ambulance rides galore.

The Midnight Drive-In: Class Of 1984 & Class Of 1999

The Midnight Drive-In is going back to school!  In what turned to be a weird coincidence we teamed up Class Of 1984 and Class If 1999 just because they had a similar title.  Little did we know that they were directed by the same guy!  Also we chat about such films as Robocop, The Ritual, and Doug gets excited about the new Karate Kid series on YouTube Red!

Graveyard Duck Episode 23 – Star Fox

Welcome to the first ever episode of Graveyard Duck Podcast powered by the Super FX Chip. Join Scott and Wes as we take a look back at some of the earliest attempts at 3D console gaming in the classic Star Fox.

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Vendettas: Pulling The Strings

We get to see Brad and the selected Challenger enter an elimination.  We do find out who is leaving the notes in Britni’s bed.  Some drama in the kitchen makes Devin and Banana’s vendetta even stronger.  And in the elimination TJ drops a surprise on everyone before a challenger gets an injury that might take them out of the game.

23min of “Loving” Ska

A very special episode of 23min of Ska for GeekNerdery! Celebrating both love and well… the opposite of that. Because really, who needs all that love-dovey nonsense anyway.

00:00 – Keith & Ken – I Don’t Love You Anymore (Jamaican Jerk ’66)
02:05 – the Delirians – Love Sweet Love (Get Up! ’14)
05:56 – the Pinstripes – Sweet Lovin’ (Sweet Lovin’ ’10)
09:40 – the Slackers – Alone Again (the Question ’98)
12:36 – the Steady 45’s – Valentine’s Day (Trouble in Paradise ’17)
15:55 – Matt Wixon’s Flying Circus – I Have a Thing (Jeffy ’11)
18:16 – Manic Sewing Circle feat. Todd Hembrook – I Love You Baby (But I Don’t Have Time) (Summer Spins ’07)
20:42 – the Good Skamartitans – Sitting on the Top of the World (Let’s Rawk ’02)

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Vendettas: Notes on a Scandal

WHO IS THE BLURRY FIGURE WHO LEFT THE NOTES? The world may never know, but that won’t stop us from speculating. We see a Challenge this week. It’s underwater and at night. But no elimination. Maybe one of these weeks we’ll see a full episode. This time around Shane and Victor are friends until they’re not, Britni and Cara make out, Nicole and Kyle make out, and our worlds are turned upside down.

TLH Classic: Frozen and We Are Still Here

Work commitments kept us from recording a new Midnight Drive-In this week so we decided to dust off a classic episode of The Last Horrorcast and drop it in for a nostalgic look back before Bryan and Noah were on the show.  Enjoy.

Grab a blanket and some hot chocolate. This week we are discussing a couple winter horror films. Despite some major technical issues during recording, we managed to actually record few thoughts on Frozen (2010) and We Are Still Here (2015).

We had a lot of fan mail this week, as well as some updates on our ongoing contest. Be sure to listen for the update.

Graveyard Duck Episode 22 – Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom

Once again the listener requests take your hosts into uncharted territory, and this time it’s full of vegetables. Join Scott and Wes as they discuss Sir Cucumber, Percy, and their quest to rescue Princess Tomato from the evil Minister Pumpkin.

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Vendettas: Guilty by Association

Well, it’s a filler episode but maybe, just maybe it means next week we’ll get a challenge and an elimination. The rookie girls get riled up and fight, and we don’t really see much else going on otherwise. This elimination will go down as one of the most hardcore we’ve seen so far. We’ve listened to your feedback and we appreciate it. We’ll keep the long form episodes as long as no one complains.