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Here’s the second of three Hallo-week episodes, this time on Saw.

Big things are happening with GCC and in life in general this week, so it’s kind of a miracle that I’ve had time to cut these. Third one is uploading now too, so…yay me.

I have never been more tired in my life.

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Michael recently revealed that Paul McGann is his favorite Doctor, so why not revisit their meeting in this video?

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Everything you need to know about kamen rider in an easy to understand manner

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Bill hires a Voiceover - Bill Lowe (the pillow.) Ep 6 w/ Michael Nix…

Bill hires a Voice Over to narrate Marc’s life. 

Featuring Michael Nixon of Geek Crash Course and Dana Krashin
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Get a Geek Crash Course on the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy!

I will admit that this episode was mainly an excuse for me to wear a bathrobe and relax on set. Also an excuse to sit Diana down and watch the Hitchhiker’s movie again. (I know it’s blasphemy, but I think the movie is actually pretty fantastic.)

Oh, and enjoy the first of many upcoming compositing effects with our Avoid segment this week. More to come (he said, already weary from all this editing).

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The 100th episode of Geek Crash Course is here! 

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Our second Geek Cram Session this week goes more in-depth on The Walking Dead, just in time to catch up for the second season.

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This week on Geek Crash Course, we celebrate getting really close to having a Friday the 13th (one day off!) with an episode on the Friday the 13th franchise. Diana went out of her way to get a mask for this one, which I have to commend her for (we are aware that the bag on her head in the Part II segment isn’t particularly accurate).

Apparently, we didn’t cover Freddy Vs. Jason to a viewer’s liking. What do you think?

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Here’s the final Hallo-week Geek Crash Course, this time on Scream. One of Diana’s favorites and I was happy to oblige her on this one. Really great time shooting this one too. Hopefully, it shows.

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Here’s the first of two Geek Cram Sessions this week, this one on Zombies and featuring me in a bit more make-up than usual…

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This week’s Geek Crash Course: Doctor Who, the Eleventh Doctor (So Far). With the upcoming premiere of Series 6.5, we thought it was the perfect time to catch up on the Impossible Astronauts, Silent menaces, and Fleshy conundrums of Matt Smith’s time as the Doctor. Enjoy! 

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The Geek Crash Course Kickstarter is live and kicking! Back the show and get all sorts of cool prizes, not to mention behind-the-scenes previews of what’s to come!

PLEASE RE-TUMBL!

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Just realized I hadn’t Tumbled this yet, so here you go. It’s the first part of Geek Crash Course’s Horror Month, our month-long upgrade to last years Hallo-week.

First up, we tackle A Nightmare on Elm St., I get some cool finger-claws, and we sow the seeds for the end-of-month cliffhanger.

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This week’s Geek Crash Course has been the source of a lot of panic behind-the-scenes the last few weeks, but I think it came together amazingly.

Our current composer, Jason Bookman, KILLED it with the 007 version of our theme (somehow deciphering my incoherent ramble of a brief).

Friend since high school and animation badass Justin Seibert DESTROYED our current titles with his Casino Royale-style opening titles (again, making lemonade out of my lemon of a brief).

Even my co-host Diana brought the genius thunder with a bit of improvisation that I think led to the funniest after-credits gag we’ve ever, EVER, had on the show.

What I’m saying is that this Geek Crash Course is the real deal, viewers. The real deal.

How do you all like it?