Our guest this week is musician, George Shaw. You’ve heard his music at The Geekie Awards and Geek & Sundry’s TableTop with Wil Wheaton. He also wrote and produced ‘Star Wars Musical’, a Disney parody! We got to chat with him about music, movies, cartoon theme songs and what it means to be a creator online.
Do you love Star Wars? Do you love Disney’s animated musicals? Ever thought you’d see the two combined? It’s the mash-up video you didn’t know you needed until right now.
Star Wars the Musical was created by musician, George Shaw and if you watch Geek & Sundry’s Tabletop with Will Wheaton, you’ve probably heard some of his music. George answers a few question for us and he talks about how he got into writing music for the geek community and what inspires him.
Watch the video and then check out our interview with George after the jump!
The Lady Geeks have a very in-depth conversation about Frozen (spoiler alert?) in a way that only the Defective girls could. Gizzy B introduced a new segment and also got to hang out with Sean Astin. Fanfic Theatre: HIMYM x Titanic.
The first video we posted on our YouTube channel is ‘Defective Geeks Goes to Star Tours’ in 2011. Whilst bored and waiting in line for the Star Tours ride in Disneyland after it had been revamped to what it is known as today! The wait time was so long that we somehow thought we should attempt to be brilliant, show our audience what it was like to wait in line AND created a story line all at the same time. A cat and mouse chase story, with mystery, drama and possibilities of forever friendships.
In my opinion, this video is still one of our best ones.
For those with short attention span: Everyone should read this book. Most of my friends will be getting it as a present. Now, as to why you should all read it…
Princesses are a hot topic right now. There is a growing tide of discontent as to what we are promoting when we label something with ‘Princess’. I’ve been fascinated watching both sides of this debate grow on the internet.
This is the last episode of 2013 and we had a giant podcast party with the Space Pirate Queen, Gizzy B, Pilbeam, Fortune Cookie, plus Radiophile and Scarlettburn in the mix! Listen to six awesome Lady Geeks share their highlights in fandom — ranging from giant robots to small hobbits — and what we are looking forward to in 2014. Fanfic Theatre: Frozen.