Geek Out Loud

Disney Vault Talk – Saludos Amigos!

19

Aug

Posted by Steve

Steve and Teresa take a look at Saludos Amigos! The two talk about llamas, the correct way to pronounce a new character’s name, and they revel in the joy of a Goofy segment. All this and your e-mails and thoughts as well.

Mark Out Loud – Summerslam 2014 Predictions

16

Aug

Posted by Steve

Steve and Dave swoop in at the 11th hour to offer their predictions for this year’s Summerslam Event.

Episode 101 – Guardians In The GOLiverse

16

Aug

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Erich Schoeneweiss stops by to let Steve completely geek out over Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Both guys absolutely loved it and go off on a spoiler filled rampage discussing what is one of the best films to come out of Marvel Studios to date.

Rock Out Loud – Awesome Mix Vol. 1

13

Aug

Posted by Steve

The GOLiverse celebrates Guardians week with a look at the most surprising soundtrack of the year. It’s the Awesome Mix Vol. 1! Steve and Kristin walk through the songs and talk about how they were used in the movie. It’s a fun show that also features your e-mails and some discussion centered around what YOU have to say about the music we’ve discussed so far. Click the link below to pick up the Awesome Mix for yourself from Amazon!

Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1

And just for kicks and giggles, click below to pick up Tyler Bates’ score for the film

Guardians of the Galaxy

Episode 100 – The Hundredth Epiversary!

10

Aug

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Geek Out Loud celebrates episode 100 with YOUR e-mails, and a few special guests! First, James Arnold Taylor stops by to talk all things geek, his appearance in Rebels, and his awesome book JAT 365, then Jimmy Mac and Jason Swank from Rebel Force Radio swing in to talk everything from podcasting to comics and even a bit of wrestling. It’s a celebration of being a geek on the 100th epiversary of your safe place to geek out!

Rock Out Loud – ANTHEMS!

8

Aug

Posted by Steve

They are the songs that get you on your feet, get your goozle up (to steal a phrase from The Big Honkin Show), and make you sing along. These are the anthems of rock and roll. As usual Kristin and Steve only pick a select few, but by the time the show is over they have sufficiently geeked out on some great tunes. As always use the links below to purchase the songs discussed from Amazon and support the show.

For Those About to Rock We Salute You (Album from AC/DC)

Baba O’Riley by The Who

Rock And Roll All Nite by KISS

Juke Box Hero by Foreigner

Runnin’ With The Devil by Van Halen

Pride (In The Name Of Love) by U2

Pyromania (featuring Rock of Ages) by Def Leppard – GREAT PRICE FOR THE CD!

Rockin’ In The Free World by Neil Young

Youth Gone Wild by Skid Row

Paradise City by Guns N Roses

Mark Out Loud – Favorite Themes

8

Aug

Posted by Steve

They’ve become as big a part of the business as the wrestlers themselves. When the music hits the crowd goes wild even before the wrestler steps out. Steve and Dave discuss their favorite wrestling entrance themes of all time. Of course there are some that aren’t here, but there’s only so much time on the show. Expect the guys to revisit this one down the road.

Episode 99 – The End of an Era

4

Aug

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We are getting ready to hit the triple digits on GOL and to close out the double digits Dave Jones – co-host of Mark Out Loud – joins Steve live in studio (well…Star Wars Room) to talk all things geek and look to the future as GOL gets set for it’s 100th epiversary.

Disney Vault Talk – Bambi (And BILL FARMER!)

2

Aug

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Steve and Teresa discuss the classic, Bambi! But first, Bill Farmer, the voice of GOOFY, stops by to talk about voice acting, being Goofy, Disney, and he even tells a story about Bambi. Fun facts, history, YOUR e-mails, and did we mention BILL FARMER? All on this super sized edition of Disney Vault Talk!

Episode 98 – The End of a Joke

25

Jul

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As we approach the 100th episode of Geek Out Loud, we realize that some things must change…some things must go away. So after a few e-mails, Steve comes clean on a long held secret that was always meant as a joke on the show. One joke dies, but one rule remains firm in your safe place to geek out.