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Geekerati is Geek talk for sophisticated geeks. We talk movies, novels, comic books, video games, board games, rpgs and more. If you can geek out about it, we will.

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Tonight we will be discussing our favorite Christmas Holiday films.
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Some of Our Recommendations from Last Night's Christmas Shoppin...

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Last night on Geekerati, the geeks talked about a number of gifts you might want to buy yourself, your friends, or your loved ones. Here is a small sample of what we recommended:The Katana Game Cabinet from Dream Authentics. Tide... more
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Come join the Geeks as we discuss what the geek near you might just want for Christmas.
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Deborah Chesher, renowned photographer and author of the previous book "StarArt" talks with us about her new book "Everybody I Shot is Dead" which details the lives and deaths of several famous musicians she has fortunate... more
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Professor Richard Scott Nokes returns to our broadcast to discuss the upcoming Beowulf movie. Joining him is Alexis Fajardo, the creator the Kid Beowulf comic. Kid Beowulf chronicles the adventures of a young Beowulf and alters certain... more
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Television writer/producer Tim Minear begins at minute 00:52(http://timminear.net/) and joins the geeks to discuss the ongoing WGA strike.
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Join us as as Variety editors David S. Cohen and Peter Debruge discuss their favorite animated films of the year. They will also discuss whether a motion capture film, like Beowulf, qualifies as an animated film.
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The Geeks will discuss the pending WGA strike with television writer/producer Rob Long. Rob has some interesting insights into the future financial models of the industry that are intimately related to the technology that surrounds... more
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It's two days until Halloween. Join us as we discuss our favorite horror themed television shows and why we like them. Let's see how obscure we get.
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This week we'll be talking about developments in horror films. What is it? What exactly qualifies as "Torture P_rn?" Is is really as bad as they say? If it is, is the term too broadly used?
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