As some one who started reading comics more than six decades ago and quickly got into science fiction, horror, and mystery movies and TV shows, I find today’s pop culture to be something I could never have even dreamed about even fifteen years ago. Greg Grunberg, creator of AMC’s Geeking Out (and co-host with the […]
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Late Night Fanboy Fest Geeking Out Premieres on August 14th!
AMC’s late night series Geeking Out premieres on Sunday, August 14th (11/10C). The series – which looks at pop culture through a fanboy lens – is hosted by superfans Kevin Smith and Greg Grunberg. Geeking Out will feature talk segments, celebrity interviews and out-of-studio segments (not unlike out-of-body segments…?). Following its premiere, Geeking Out will shift to its regular […]
Comic-Con 2016: Geeking Out!
AMC’s new late-night talk show Geeking Out will be making the scene at San Diego Comic-Con 2016. A special edition of the talker – hosted by renowned fanboys Kevin Smith and Greg Grunberg – will ‘go behind-the-scenes of the Con than started them all. Matt Damon will be on hand to talk Jason Bourne at […]
AMC Orders Late Night Geek Out!
Fanboys/girls will be getting their due on AMC’s new late night talk show, Geeking Out (working title) hosted by epic fanboys Kevin Smith and Greg Grunberg. The half-hour weekly show will examine pop culture ‘through a fanboy lens’ beginning with a special San Diego Comic-Con episode in late July. Eight more episodes will follow beginning […]
Syfy to Air Cult Classic-In-Waiting Big Ass Spider!!
Low-budget, high impact thriller Big Ass Spider! is coming to Syfy. The movie, from Mike Mendez, pretty much does what it says on the tin: a big ass spider terrorizes Los Angeles – and it’s up to a clever exterminator and his security guard sidekick to put a stop to it. Big Ass Spider! stars […]
TELEVISION: Heroes Returns With a Bang!
Tim Kring and his creative team on Heroes [Mondays, 8/7C] have heard their show’s fans. Heroes returns with one helluva bang, giving us the answer to last season’s cliffhanger – who shot Nathan Petrelli [Adrian Pasdar] – inside of the first ninety seconds of the season three premiere. The premiere, The Second Coming/The Butterfly Effect, […]