Geeks United! is the most popular movie-themed
podcast on the internet and iTunes,
and passionate discussions on new and classic films,
and interviews with more than 700 of the brightest talents
in the business,
including James Cameron, Francis Ford Coppola, Robert Duvall,
Brian De Palma,
Paul Schrader, and John Sayles.
To hear the show:
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Producer and Host
Fanatical about film, Jamey is the host, producer and writer of
Movie Geeks United. His defining movies include "Wild At Heart," "Twin Peaks:
Fire Walk with Me," "Last Tango in Paris," "Citizen Kane," "All the President's Men,"
"To Kill A Mockingbird," "The Godfather Part 2," "Dog Day Afternoon," "One Flew
Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "Taxi Driver," "Empire of the Sun," "The Assassination of Richard Nixon," "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," "The Naked Gun,"
and "Clean and Sober".
An encyclopedia of film titles and history, Jerry provides passionate and informed discussion as co-host. He's also the co-host of two additional popular podcasts - Things I Never Learned in Film School and The Four Horsemen. His defining movies include "Lawrence Of Arabia", "Once A Time In The West", "Excalibur", "The Road Warrior", "Reservoir Dogs" "The Godfather Trilogy", "The Wild Bunch", "Where The Buffalo Roam",
"Blade Runner", and the "Star Wars" trilogy.
Sharply opinionated, irreverent, and hysterically funny, Chris delivers colorful
takes on a diverse range of cinema subjects as co-host. His defining movies
include "Broadway Danny Rose," "2001: A Space Odyssey," "The Fly," "Casablanca," "Jaws," "Sexy Beast," "Unforgiven," and "The Big Lebowski".
Home Entertainment Correspondent
A San Antonio-based film critic and journalist, Aaron is the home entertainment contributor for Movie Geeks United, delivering the advanced scoops and comprehensive reviews of the hottest Blu-ray titles. Aaron also hosts his own
podcast titled "Back by Midnight", which is dedicated to all things home entertainment. His defining movies include "Goodfellas", "Do the Right Thing",
"Pulp Fiction", "Stop Making Sense", and "Manhunter".
Co-Host/Special Events Correspondent
been involved in film criticism, film festival programming, and
television performance and programming for more than 25 years.
His blog, filmicability (at filmicabilty.blogspot.com) details his lifelong passion
for the movies. His 20 favorite flicks, in descending order, are
2001: A Space Odyssey, Fanny and Alexander, Touch of Evil, The Godfather/
The Godfather Pt II, Annie Hall, It's A Wonderful Life, Goodfellas,
A Little Romance, The 400 Blows, The Passion of Joan of Arc,
Lawrence of Arabia, Reds, Breaking the Waves, Napoleon, Network, Targets,
Paths of Glory, All That Jazz, Sherman's March,
and The Treasure of the Sierra Madre.
Theme composer Michael McCormack co-produced and scored 'The Shark is Still Working: The Impact and Legacy of JAWS' and performed scoring duties on the independent thriller 'Lamp Post Lane' as well. His favorite film composers are
John Barry, Ennio Morricone, John Williams, Vangelis, and Jerry Goldsmith.
Some of his favorite films include 'Jaws', 'King Kong', 'Annie Hall', 'Sorcerer', 'The Bicycle Thief', 'The French Connection', 'Frankenstein', 'Raiders of the Lost Ark', 'Riffifi', 'Blade Runner', and the James Bond series. Always looking for new and interesting composing projects, feel free to contact him at