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Ep 204 – Joshua Mikel Isn’t a Bad Guy, But He Plays Them on TV (and Movies)!

Greetings, Evil Geeks! This week Amanda and Chris sit down to talk with actor and musician Joshua Mikel. You’ve seen him on The Walking Dead and the movie Game Night, plus this summer he’s got a part in Ant-Man and the Wasp!

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Villain Spotlight: Castor Troy

Good morning villains! I bet you all have been salivating in anticipation for a Villain Spotlight. Unfortunately, last week we had a death in the family, and paid tribute to Damian Wayne in a way that only we can. I figured it would be inappropriate to have a Villain Spotlight in light of such sheer heroics. This week however, is different. We are in full on villainy mode, and today I bring to you a special attraction. Mainly because it is a role played by two men in the same movie! What sort of sorcery is this? It is the magic made by John Woo in the dove infused masterpiece, Face Off. Brace yourselves kids….I bring to you….Castor Troy!

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Crap We Actually Watched: Rewind Edition

Hello Evil Geeks!   Or as Nightcrawler would say after appearing in cloud of fart-smelling smoke, “Gutten tag Evil Geeks!”  It’s time for another Evil Geek review!  This time we’re heading to the movies, our to more accurately put it: we’ve already headed to the movies.  We’re trying to mix up our reviews a little by talking about old stuff as well as new stuff, so today we’re taking a short trip back in time to February 2012 (pardon me a second, I have to fire up The Brotherhoods Evil Time Machine.  The engine and pull cord came from The Brotherhoods Evil Lawnmower, so it takes a while to warm up) Since we’re obviously comic geeks, were kind of bound by some weird combination of honor and shared shame to support the ever increasing amount of comic related stuff that’s released.  So far in 2012 we’ve been pretty fortunate to get some great films tossed our way as far as comic movies go, especially with The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises delivering a kick-ass two hit knockout combo this summer.  Spidey was good too, so we’ve been REALLY lucky.   Putting that aside, this years geek movies haven’t all been winners.  In fact, just like any other year, some stuff has been downright awful.  That brings me to the reason I’ve gathered you all here today:  Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance.  What can I say about the absoulte pile of deviled crap this movie was.  I actually had quite a bit to say about it, back when the pile was still steamingly fresh in my brain.  The following review previously appeared in the blog of some friends of ours (Check out Tom and Colleen at  Maybe we can even convince them to do a guest post one day, an EVIL GUEST POST!!!).  I figured I’d rerun it here in case any of you evil geeks were thinking about checking it out.  The movie might be good for a laugh or two at the expense of Nicholas Cage, but otherwise prepare to be traumatized.


Hope you enjoy it, and we will be back in the very near future to bring you some more Evil Geekery!  As always, stay Evil and Geeky Brothers and Sisters!

I Made A Deal With the Devil,

and All I Got Was This Stupid Leather Jacket

Um, you’re supposed to walk AWAY from the explosion in the slo-mo shot, not BE the explosion.

The movie sequel that absolutely nobody was clamoring for has finally arrived in theaters. Future Razzie award winner Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance features Nicholas Cage resurrecting the character of Johnny Blaze and his anti-hero alter ego, Ghost Rider, in the follow-up to 2007’s Ghost Rider.  After the first film’s release, it was universally agreed upon by both comic fan-boys and critics  that it had unseated Daredevil as the worst comic book adaptation ever forced upon theater goers. Apparently Nic Cage wasn’t too happy with that dubious honor, so he set out to make Spirit of Vengeance to put things right.  I can now report to you that he has without a doubt accomplished that goal; from now on, Ghost Rider will no longer be known as the bottom of the barrel of comic book movies.  Spirit of Vengeance has arrived to take over the number one spot with…well, with a vengeance.

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