Sorry folks for no new content last week or this week but life has been crazy. Chris and Cal will be back next week for our 'Top 5 Action Figure/Toy Lines' with special guest Shelby Lockhart. But for now enjoy this throwback episode from the 'Geek Fallout' podcast episode 25!
It's finally here: A Spiderman film that doesn't suck! Hosts Chris Lockhart and Calvin Heighton are joined on the show with Richard Rehder and Jessica Jayne. They discuss some recent pop culture icon passings, the new female 'Doctor Who', then they delve into the most recent MCU film: Spiderman Homecoming.
Hosts Chris Lockhart and Calvin Heighton atre joined on the show by Shelby Lockhart (Chris's 10 year old daughter). The main topic for this episode is Pop/Soda. Those carbonated sugary beverages we all love! (Tahiti Treat, Crystal Pepsi, Pinapple Crush, The Pop Shop, Dad's Root Beer, Jones, A&W Root Beer in a frosty mug, etc are all discussed on this episode!)
After a brief hiatus the crew of 'The Geek Falllout Show' have returned! Hosts Chris Lockhart and Calvin Heighton are joined by Richard Rehder and Jessica Jayne. Together they discuss the passing of actor Stephen Furst, Star Trek Discovery, The Mist TV series, the Black Panther trailer. They talk some nerd conversions then end the episode discussing the DC film 'Wonder Woman'.
Hosts Chris Lockhart and Calvin Heighton are joined on the show with Erik Johnson and George Pappy (Director of 'The Green Girl'). They discuss: the passing of Sir Roger Moore, GoT Season 7 trailer, The Last Ship season 4. Then for their main topic they discuss their Top 5 Classic TV Shows they need to watch or re-watch.
Hosts Chris Lockhart and Calvin Heighton are joined by Dan Thale on this all new episode of The Geek Fallout Show podcast! Together they are discussing the passing of Chris Cornell, The Orville trailer, Star Trek Discovery trailer, a new Hellboy film without Ron Perlman, Twin Peaks return, Black Lightining and The Gifted.
Then for our main topic we are discussing what we would like to see in a 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' mini-series return to television (like they have done with 'The X-Files' and now 'Twin Peaks').