Saturday, April 21, 2012

New Listener Art!



Our awesome fans Mary and Joe sent us these great drawings they made while they were listening to the show!

Hey, if honest Abe can be a Vampire Hunter, why not a mushroom eating/princess saving plumber and a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle?

If you'd like to send us your listener art (drawing on currency not required): GeekWorld@Indie100.com or GeekWorldRadio@yahoo.com

Friday, April 20, 2012

Geek World Interviews Stan Lee, Robert Kirkman and Morgan Spurlock!

Here's a few more interviews from the red carpet of Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope.

STAN LEE, creator of everything awesome 

Behold! The shortest interview with Stan Lee in the history of mankind!

Robert Kirkman, Creator of The Walking Dead 

Robert Kirkman tells us what to expect from season 3 of The Walking Dead, the new video game, and why he's never appeared as a zombie on the show!

Morgan Spurlock, Director of Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope

Morgan Spurlock tells us about what geek icons didn't make the final cut of his doc, and what superhero costume he'd like to have.


We'll have more videos from the red carpet, so keep checking back. Check out some of our other videos on Geek World's YouTube Channel and on our video page.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

New Contest! "Geek World's Clueless As If Contest"!



Would you like to win a copy of the classic 90's comedy Clueless on blu-ray? Then you should play our "Geek World's Clueless As If Contest"!

All you need to do is email us your favorite out-dated phrases (from any era you'd like) and you could win a free copy of Clueless, out for the first time on blu-ray May 1st. Wow that's easier than gagging on a spoon!

Send your outdated phrases to GeekWorld@Indie100.com or GeekWorldRadio@Yahoo.com, or just click the email us button, fill out the form and you could win.

All emails must be sent by May 1st.

Thanks to Paramount Home Media Distribution for providing the prize for this contest.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Geek World Interviews the Stars of Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope

Here's some of our interviews with the subjects of Morgan Spurlock's new geeky documentary, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope.

Costume Designers Holly Conrad & Jessica Merizan (Dressed as Commander Shepard and Ashley Williams from Mass Effect)


Illustrator Skip Harvey


Cinematic Sweethearts James & Se Young Darling


We have a lot more videos from the red carpet to post, so keep a lookout for more. Check out some of our other videos on our YouTube Channel.

This Week's Show!



On this week's show we'll check-in to a haunted hotel to review Ti West's newest horror film, The Innkeepers on blu-ray (out April 24). Then we'll smuggle some Contraband (out April 24) into the studio with Marky Mark so we can discuss the season finales of the 4th season of BBC's Being Human, the 6th season of USA's Psych and the first season of HBO's Life's to Short.

Also we'll whip out our ocarina's to talk about the Video Games Live concert from El Dorado, Arkansas that was streamed online last week, and make sure we absolutely Don't Trust the B- In Apartment 23.

For all this and more listen to this week's episode of Geek World, Thursday and Friday at Noon (PST) on Indie 100, with replays throughout the week on The Point.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Geek World Loves Androids!

With the release of the new Prometheus viral video, Happy Birthday David, we started thinking there might be a robot love connection between the recently unveiled lifelike androids David (8G) and Quantic Dreams Kara (3G)!


The newest Prometheus viral video Happy Birthday David starring Michael Fassbender as a loveably thoughtful android named David (hey ladies he can do anything that could possibly be asked of him!)


Kara knows 300 languages, and at least one of them is love!

Luckily (and sadly) Robots in the real world are still pretty scary:


We're pretty sure this is the real David, a disturbing talking robot named Jules. He's doesn't smolder like Michael Fassbender, but he does have a british accent and has a bonafide Fassbender-esque creepiness when he tells the baby he will find him someday when he's older (pretty sure the baby's name is John Conner)

But back to romance- Humans and Androids can love each other also:


This is a classic Star Trek TNG scene. It's really funny and all, until you realize that the brilliant Dr. Noonien "Fully Functional" Soong might have been a little creepier than we all originally imagined. Also I know she wasn't exactly herself, but does Tasha Yar really need to bring up her planet's Rape Gangs on every possible occasion?


And lets not forget everyones favorite cybernetic playa, Gigolo Joe! At 1:15 he tells a little boy android the kind of superfly andro-pimp he really is!