GSFN Show 29: Death racing, jiu jitsu sword fighting, sex crazed crack whore zombies called Colin – Hallelujah!

Drew and Skip return to the Gay Sci-Fi Nerds Podcast Show having survived a night of zombie terrors at the Sci-Fi-London Oktoberfest 2008 at the Apollo West End, London. In this podcast your hosts talk about the country they live in, “The Great UCK” and try to explain how England, fits in with Great Britain and then the United Kingdom, which was shamefully researched using Wikipedia. We give Matt and Weegie over at the Big Gay Sex Show a shout and Skip says no to cock shots unless it’s for Jason Statham’s eyes.


After that Drew and Skip have another movie centric podcast for our listeners as we talk about the Oktoberfest. Drew prays for a good evening as Skip adds the Lordi movie Dark Floors to the evening’s entertainment schedule after no one attends the Flesh Mob or the zombie poetry fails to happen, meaning they have don’t have hang around for five hours before the start of the first zombie film. Skip get’s told off by Drew for playing with his iPhone and everyone settles down for a night of blood and gore as the UK independant film Colin kicks starts the first for four zombie films, followed by Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!, Chanbara Beauty and Tokyo Zombie.

Sci-Fi-London Zombie All-Nighter

We have, what Drew and Skip hopes to be a regular feature, Justin’s GayMerica. Find out why Justin is pissed and how sci-fi helps him calm down. This is followed by the American National Anthem, sung in an unexpected way, which leads nicely onto a review of of the film Shortbus (it’s not sci-fi, but it features guys with big cocks). Drew and Skip finish off the podcast with a review of Paul W.S. Anderson’s re-envisioning of the 1970’s film Death Race 2000,  dropping the ‘2000’ and starring Jason Statham.

Lastly we have our competition thanks to the generousity of and Sci-Fi-London Oktoberfest 2008, where Drew and Skip managed to grab a couple of extra goodie bags as prizes. To enter, just visit for you chance to win one of these two bags containing The Children of the Corn trilogy DVD box set, Scanners trilogy DVD box set, Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars for PC and a Manga Anime DVD.

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GSFN Show 28: The Magic Closet

More music mayhem kick starts the Gay Sci-Fi Nerds Podcast Show as Skip and Drew bring you some sci-fi and fun news that’s caught their interest this past week.

Sssh! Keep the magic closet a secret!

GSFN News brings you Jason Statham on the stupid warning message tacked on front of his new film Death Race. The going battle between in orthodontics catches Ricky Gervais in American v British Teeth. Michael Moore’s Slacker Uprising film is the first full featured film available to download for free (in the USA only – though Skip and Drew recommend those outside the US to look at Hotspot Shield). Bono and The Edge work their musical magic for Spider-Man the Musical. In local creamy Devoniashire news, Monty Python’s Life of Brian in Torbay finally reaches the big screen after 28 years of being banned. Resurrected Hammer Films finds new life with its first film. New Megatron design for Transformer’s: Revenge of the Fallen leaked onto the internet. George Michael arrested… again and finally, new series of Heroes, Fringe and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles start in the UK.

Skip and Drew also review the new BBC series Merlin. Seems like Colin Morgan (Merlin), Bradley James (Prince Arthur Pendragon) and Anthony Head (yes please – ahem… Uther Pendragon) are catching not only the interest of your hosts but also a lot of people out there as they lust over the main male leads and ponder their sexuality.

Finally Skip and Drew are saddened to hear about the death of Paul Newman, a beautiful man and wonderful actor.

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