Jake finally shakes his Nicolas Cage habit and, inspired by last week's episode, decides to turn his attention to Clint Eastwood from his recent work like Gran Torino to his classic Westerns like High Plains Drifter to...Every Which Way But Loose? Sam and Chris compare their recent outings to the movie theater, Chris having seen the latest Kevin Hart flick The Wedding Ringer while Sam, continuing his Academy Award checklist, watches The Theory of Everything. The gang discusses Funko's amazingly popular line of Pop! Figures and reveal what pop culture icons they'd love to see immortalized by the company. Oh, and Sam shares a bit of fan fiction he had wrote. Crackerjack stuff, gang.

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Another episode, another week where Sam details how his house is slowly crumbling apart around him and Jake. Jake also continues his Nicolas Cage-a-thon though notes that his cinematic marathon of all things Nic Cage is starting to run out of steam. Jake and Sam discuss American Sniper and the directing acumen of Clint Eastwood while all three Geek Out guys discuss Inherent Vice and the directorial work of Paul Thomas Anderson (Chris' second favorite Paul Anderson!).

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This week sees Chris and Jake compare notes on Marvel's first televised miniseries, Agent Carter! The Geek Out gang discusses the first official teaser trailer for this summer's Ant-Man! Sam and Jake talk about the launch of the new Ant-Man comic book series and Sam touches on The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. Sam and Jake reflect on The Imitation Game as the boys gear up for cinematic awards season. And Jake confesses that he's begun marathoning the filmography of a certain actor who's name starts with the letter "N" and ends with "-icolas Cage". There is no going back.

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For the final podcast of 2014, the gang shares how their respective Christmases went. As a callback to the very first episode, the gang talks about what they're currently watching and reading. Chris shares his thoughts on the film Top Five. And the gang weighs in on the Shazam vs. Captain Marvel debate.

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Merry Christmas everyone! With 2014 drawing to a close, we've decided to take a look back on our favorite...well, everything! Listen as we share our favorite films, TV shows, music, comic books, and video games from this year! Also, we discuss the controversy surrounded the Sony Pictures hack and the fate of The Interview. Finally, we also bid a warm farewell to Stephen Colbert and Craig Ferguson, two of our favorite hosts of late night.

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The big news this week is the unveiling of the nominees for the 2015 Golden Globe Awards. The Geek Out boys chime in with their own votes to see who should win among all of the nominees. The gang also addresses what they think are the biggest snubs this year. Also, the latest trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road drops and everybody goes completely bananas.

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As the holiday season goes into full swing, the boys share what their favorite and least favorite Christmas movies are. Also, the gang talks about a wave of casting news from Doctor Strange to Netflix's AKA Jessica Jones. The real centerpiece of this little discussion is the first trailer for Terminator Genisys which leads to the boys sharing their thoughts on the Terminator franchise as a whole including which film is their respective favorite and which they find to be the worst. Finally, did someone say...SPECTRE...?

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The Geek Out gang reassembles to share how each of their respective Thanksgivings went whether it be Jake growing fonder of the holiday over time, Chris contemplating what to discuss at the dinner table, and Sam arriving late as usual. The trio also reveal their thoughts on the first Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Jurassic World trailers. Jake reviews The Theory of Everything and South Park: The Stick of Truth. Finally, the gang reflects on their grandfathers and the impact they had on their lives. Equal parts banter and sentiment this week, folks.

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With Thanksgiving looming, the Geek Out gang take the time to reflect on what each of them are thankful for. This includes reviews of the film Birdman, Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U, and Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham but also extends to things they are thankful for on a more personal level as they reflect on the year.

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Chris and Jake go into detail about their experiences at the Concert for Valor in DC this past week celebrating Veterans Day. This leads to a discussion appreciating the work of Metallica (For the most part) and Sam talking about the Foo Fighters' latest release, Sonic Highways. Jake also talks about some new music with his impressions on the latest Weezer album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End, and about Weezer as a whole. Finally, Sam and Jake talk about their thoughts on Nightcrawler and how Jake Gyllenhaal plays one of the best on screen villains in years, springboarding into a larger discussion about great cinematic villains. Also, did somebody mention Five Nights at Freddy's 2...? 

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