Morgan's history lesson about the iconic 1980s cartoon series He-Man, and his fabulous secret powers.
For the 2022 Christmas special, we look back at two films that aren't really Christmas films at all. You're welcome.
From One Eyed WIlly's rich stuff to a missing octopus, Tom takes Morgan through the excellent 1985 film.
Morgan tries to explain to Tom why this 1998 vampire TV drama is worth his time.
Whether you're a ticking time bomb of rage or a master of cutlery, we're here for you. In our latest episode we're tackling the underrated 1999 superhero comedy, Mystery Men!
Morgan tackles the Hulk once more in this animated '80s version, but how does he compare to his live-action counterparts?
Dance your cares away, worries for another day, it's time for a new Two Geeks Two Beers podcast episode!
All for one, and all for love! Morgan recalls his favourite swashbuckling film from the '90s, but can he win over Tom?
Tom is amazed that Morgan has never heard Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds, but does he get sold on it?
Morgan takes a shot at looking back at the history of the classic Time Crisis video game series, the aura of 'arcade centres'.
Tom finally gets his chance to spend a whole hour dissecting the brilliance and bonkersness of 2006's The Lake House.
Morgan teaches Tom about underrated 1980s cartoon The Mysterious Cities of Gold, including its kickass theme tune.
Tom and Morgan celebrate a big milestone by looking back at the series so far, our most bonkers moments, and the future of the show.
Morgan runs with the wolves and makes a posset as he remembers the festive cult TV series.
Who was the greatest Hercule Poirot and why was it David Suchet? And can Tom pronounce his name for a whole episode?
It’s Snipes vs Stallone in this cult 90s film that Morgan adores.
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Tom remembers his childhood favourite Willow, from its fantastic cast to its underrated special effects.
Morgan relives his youth by returning to 2002 and his love of the Sam Raimi Spider-Man film, its kickass main theme and the years it took to get there.
Tom and Morgan lament the downfall of 2000s sci-fi series Heroes after its excellent first season.
Morgan travels back to the groovy '60s to teach Tom about underrated British action-caper The Champions.
Tom delivers a love letter to his favourite comic growing up: The Beano. We look back at the history of Dennis the Menace, the Bash Street Kids and more.
Morgan looks back at how Street Fighter II changed video games forever, and spawned a god-awful movie.
Tom and Morgan discuss peaches and body swap dilemmas in the ridiculous but brilliant action movie Face/Off starring Cage and Travolta.
Autobots roll out! Morgan remembers his love of the original Transformers TV series, from its amazing theme tune to its heartbreaking movie.
Not the momma! Tom teaches Morgan about '90s sitcom classic Dinosaurs, from its Jim Henson beginnings to the harrowing finale.
Head with us on the Porkchop Express as Morgan teaches Tom all about 1986's Big Trouble in Little China.
Tom gives Morgan a guided tour of the world's worst and weirdest video game consoles, from the Virtual Boy to the Action Max.
We remember 1990s cult British sci-fi series Aquila, and what we would do with such an awesome spaceship...
Tom looks back at why Pogs were so important to his childhood, and why it totally passed Morgan by.
Morgan teaches Tom about 1991's underrated Rocketeer, and why he's definitely not Ant Man.
Kevin! We look back at Macaulay Culkin's festive caper Home Alone and its dodgy sequels.
From LA Confidential to Les Mis, the boys discuss the life and career of Mr Russell Crowe.
Tom and Morgan remember the forgotten 1999/2000 one-season wonder starring Eric Close and Dennis Haysbert
Get down and boogie... Morgan teaches Tom all about the 1979 Buck Rogers sci-fi series.
Tom's love letter in defence of Hollywood icon Tom Cruise, and trying to prove to Morgan that he's not just a 'cocky shit'.
We love it when a podcast comes together... Morgan teaches Tom all about '80s favourite The A Team.
Morgan and Tom chat about all things Bill and Ted with co-creator and writer Ed Solomon!
Tom badly explains the plot and making of Terry Gilliam's cult favourite Time Bandits.
Grand upper! Morgan teaches Tom about the history of the beat-em-up franchise Streets of Rage.
Tom and Morgan travel to the centre of the Earth to meet up with the Looney Tunes and Michael Jordan.
Morgan explains why Timothy Dalton's second and final James Bond entry is one of the franchise's greatest.
"When I wake up in the morning..." Tom takes Morgan back to the '90s and remembers the surprisingly long history of Zack Morris and pals.
Morgan pens a podcast love letter to his favourite childhood hero: the 1994 animated version of Spider-Man.
Tom teaches Morgan about the history of underrated board game-turned-movie Clue starring Tim Curry.
Morgan and Tom investigate the classic and creepy '90s kids show The Demon Headmaster.
Tom takes Morgan back to the turn of the millennium and the first chapter of The Sims series.
Morgan teaches Tom about the wonderful world of Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman.
Tom and Morgan drift back to the time of iPods and flip-phones, despite the fact that it's technically 2014. It sort of makes sense.
Smegging hell, Tom and Morgan chat with Red Dwarf's Doug Naylor and Richard Naylor about new special The Promised Land.
It feels like the end of the world, but at least we're not sending Bruce Willis in a space shuttle to save us all.
Morgan teaches Tom about the history of 007 gaming, from GoldenEye to Everything or Nothing.
The boys journey back to when we could actually get up on Saturday mornings.
Morgan and Tom debate whether six classic movies can genuinely be considered Christmas movies or not. This is going to get messy.
Tom and Morgan bring back the childhood trauma of the Farthing Wood gang in the most emotional episode yet.
Tom gets utterly confused by Morgan's epic Highlander history lesson.
Discover the brilliance of David Bowie on screen, as Tom takes Morgan through six unique cult movies.
Morgan teaches Tom about the underrated '70s sci-fi series Blake's 7.
Tom teaches Morgan about Ridley Scott's underrated fantasy epic starring Tom Cruise and Tim Curry.
Morgan and Tom sit down and talk all things Doctor Who, Big Finish and more with the voice of the Daleks, Nicholas Briggs.
Tom teaches Morgan about the underrated and forgotten Sega Dreamcast console from the early '00s.
Morgan reminds Tom just why Buffy was one of the greatest shows of the '90s.
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Our drunkest episode ever sees Tom and Morgan discuss the history of Choose Your Own Adventure books, including testing out three such books.
The boys try and convince each other they are wrong for hating two classic cult films: Temple of Doom and Donnie Darko. Who will win?
Tom and Morgan celebrate 50 episodes with an obligatory clip show: the very best of Two Geeks, Two Beers so far.
The boys feel all festive by ranking the greatest screen Saint Nicks ever.
Oh, boy! Morgan takes Tom back in time to the 1980s and beyond, as we retrace Sam Beckett's journeys in Quantum Leap.
Morgan and Tom celebrate the life of a geek icon.
Tom and Morgan go back to their roots and dissect four downright bonkers film series.
Morgan takes Tom through a history of the M:I franchise, from its TV series, to the movies and beyond.
Tom welcomes Morgan to the ongoing world of the Jurassic Park series.
Tom and Morgan speak to Jamie Anderson about all his father Gerry Anderson's most well-known TV shows.
Tom and Morgan rank six actors who have played Sherlock Holmes, from Basil Rathbone to Benedict Cumberbatch.
A history of the Mortal Kombat franchise. Toastie!
Cowabunga! Tom and Morgan go through the ENTIRE history of TMNT, from 1984 to the present day.
Morgan teaches Tom about the history of the too-short life and career of Bruce Lee.
Tom shares why BTTF is his favourite movie series of all time, from the movies and beyond.
Morgan shares with Tom why Predator is the best movie of all time, let alone the 1980s.
Tom and Morgan look back at all things geek in 2017, from the big movies and TV shows of the year, dearly departed geek heroes and drunkenly inventing new words.
Tom and Morgan pick three famous Scrooges each to find out who is the best ever.
Tom and Morgan discuss the history of one of America's most beloved comic book characters and its 1980 movie.
To mark its 25th anniversary, Morgan explains to Tom just why it is one of the greatest cartoon series ever made.
Tom takes Morgan through the history of the cult sci-fi comedy series.
Morgan teaches Tom all about the 1978 TV series adaptation of Marvel's The Incredible Hulk, starring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno.
Tom takes Morgan through the mind of Jim Henson and two of his greatest fantasy movies.
Morgan takes Tom through the bizarre phenomenon of The Mandela Effect, where many people have shared memories of something that never happened.
An angry Tom takes Morgan through Lost's biggest mysteries.
Morgan teaches Tom about the sprawling POTA universe, from 1968 to 2017.
Hail to the king, baby! We delve into the history of Duke Nukem's video game life.
From Bill and Ted to John Wick, we look back at the career of underrated geek hero Keanu Reeves.
Ho ho horror. Tackling the Christmas vs Halloween genre, from Silent Night Deadly Night to Jack Frost.
Morgan and Tom go through all 9 seasons (and more) of Jack Bauer's 24 adventures from start to finish.
Morgan shows Tom just how geeky 007 is - from lost movies to 007's 'number'.
Morgan takes Tom through his favourite Sega Mega Drive games from Streets of Rage 2 to Sonic.
It's Morphin' Time! The boys try not to have their childhoods ruined by dodgy spandex and racist undertones. Ay-yay-yay!
We find out what went wrong with the awesome 1990s sci-fi starring Jerry O'Connell. Featuring exclusive audio from John Rhys-Davies!
Yippee-ki-yay! Tom and Morgan look at the whole Die Hard franchise and look at its worrying future.
Morgan geeks out with his favourite 1990s cartoon series.
Tom shows Morgan classic games like Broken Sword, Monkey Island and The Longest Journey.
Morgan takes 'companion' Tom the 31st century and one amazing theme song.
12 TV Christmas 'classics' from Power Rangers to He-Man.
Two 1990s cartoon kick-ass anthropomorphic gunslingers.
Two iconic horror series, masked murderers and crap sequel titles.
Primeval, Robin Hood, Merlin and more...
Crime Traveller, Dark Season, Sea of Souls and more...
The most underrated Superman adaptation ever made.
All about the 80s and 90s children’s game show starring the brilliant Hugo Myatt.
Take a trip down to the village. Be seeing you!
We battle Graboids in the desert town of Perfection. Way to go dude! Alriiight!
Whovian Morgan teaches noob Tom all about Hartnell to Capaldi.
Scorpion King, Land Before Time, Lake Placid and more...
Morgan teaches Tom about Flash Gordon and his ragtagteam of superhero buddies.
Tom teaches Morgan about forgotten 90s CGI series ReBoot.
Classic 80s cartoon series with Jagar, Mumm-ra and Safari Joe...
Gerry Anderson's excellent 80s sci-fi puppet series. Expect the unexpected...
Hello and welcome to Two Geeks, Two Beers and a Laptop! Presented by Tom Eames and Morgan Jeffery, this show will delve into the world of cult TV shows, movies, music, just about anything. With the help of beer and Google, it’s anyone’s guess what topics we might end up on each episode. To contact … Continue reading A podcast of cult journeys