We’re back and raring to go from our extended vacation. But you don’t want to hear about that. You want to listen to what’s been happening in the World of Geek!
William has been watching Jericho, his enjoyment of the series has improved since this was recorded, but there are better post-apocalyptic series out there, and he’s also been watching House of Cards.
Sarah went to the premiere of Plastic and LOVED it!
Graham was watching the 1990s sitcom Drop the Dead Donkey, a brilliant satire on the British news industry.
All three of us have also been to the Summer of Cinema along with our friendly neighbourhood writer Jo Johnstone. We recorded all our thoughts on the evening in the pub afterwards, because nothing sounds better than four inebriated writers waxing lyrical about film trailers.
We talk about Amazing Spiderman 2, we were not impressed by it and compare it to Spiderman 3.
Afterwards, we talked about the newest (at the time) Days of Futures Past trailer. We are incredibly excited about the film, and we’ll be talking about it come the next podcast. The conversation quickly degrades into what we would do if we couldn’t die, and also how messed up Bernard’s Watch was.
Hannibal series two is coming to the UK! Sarah has a rather impressive rant and covers many spoilers for the storyline in the books and films, so you may want to skip this part of the podcast.
Matt Smith has been cast in Terminator: Genesis, who will he be playing? We speculate wildly about his possible role.
Finally, we have a new quote for you. Do you know the actor who said the quote, the character they played AND the TV series that the quote comes from? Let us know in the comments and we’ll read your name out during the next podcast!
"Larry Renwick will be remembered for his wit, and laughing eyes. And for being above all a good friend. I'm sure we all feel that he exploded too young, but, the Lord moves in mysterious ways. Sometimes, he'll come in at an angle. Other times, he can hover, then swoop. Sometimes he can even come in from beneath, like a worm, or mole. The Lord, it's his call how he chooses to manoeuvre."