In this weeks episode we discuss a case of reappearing moon tractors, Spaaaaaace Maaaaadness, and Sam Rockwell's tight glutes.
Here's the Tardigrade article mentioned that was also erroneously linked to episode 38 where we didn't discuss it at all:
In this weeks episode we take a look at the animated sci-fi classic about a boy and his deep seeded mistrust of nightmarish stuffed animals and his love of recumbent motorcycles and throbbing psychic limbs, it's 1988's Akira.
In this week's episode we discuss the strategic tactics of cult-like followings, the wonders of epic eyebrows and say goodbye to Old School BSG.
In this episode Rob is back and we discuss the wintery mess that is this two part episode that crashed into a planet sized asteroid with a pump action laser cannon on top of a mountain. Links mentioned in the episode: https://www.wired.com/story/how-fast-do-spacecraft-travel-in-the-expanse/ https://auction.screenbid.com/view-auctions/catalog/id/109/
In this week’s episode we discuss space westerns, spaced out warriors and space Irish. These two episodes were a lot of wasted space.
In this episode, Rob is back while we discuss Glen Larson’s confusion between Greek and Egyptian mythology and we wax nostalgic on the choking hazards of 1970’s era toys, we mean, “collectible miniatures”.
In this week’s episode we discuss the old school Battlestar Galactica three episode starter that was released as a motion picture in Canadia. We get a good look at some of the 1970’s tech that was cobbled together to create the futuristic craft of an advanced civilization, we talk about some questionable writing liberties and … Continue reading Ep. 31 – Original BSG (S01E01-03) – Saga of a Star World →
In this week’s episode we discuss Neill Blomkamp’s piercing look into the dark heart of the human condition and what might be the only scenario where humanity would actually drop their pettiness over their superficial differences and treat each other as equals (which would be to replace those petty differences with an alien species); it’s … Continue reading Ep. 30 – District 9 (2009) →
This week Rob is back to guest host with us and we discus Jon Favreau’s fun little summer sci-fi action flick with an all-star cast including Olivia Wilde, Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig that sees a group of Old West frontier townsfolk square up against and alien horde with gold fever, it’s 2011’s Cowboys and … Continue reading Ep. 29 – Cowboys and Aliens (2011) →
In this week’s episode we welcome guest host Rob with a truly awful film of R.I.P.D. proportions starring hot mess Charlie Sheen and that lady from Northern Exposure, it’s 1996’s The Arrival.
This week’s sauced up episode we talk about the dystopian, reality TV fueled future/present starring everyone’s favorite beefcake Austrian, 1987’s The Running Man. The parallels to modern day media and current events hit much closer to home than we think anyone would have imagined 30 years ago.
This week we discuss and then desperately try to forget 2013’s wet fart of a movie starring future Deadpool, The Dude, and Mr. Six Degrees himself. Please, take it from us, skip this movie. We’ve suffered so you don’t have to.
In this week’s episode we discuss Ridley Scott’s sci-fi horror classic that launched a franchise and a crossover and made an indelible mark on sci-fi as a whole: Alien.
In this week’s episode we reunite with our favorite musclebound Austrian in his attempt to go from hunted to hunter in the testosterone filled movie “Predator”. Join us as we make excuses as to why the Predator is not very good at predation and discuss why a lot of sci-fi falls back to violence for … Continue reading Ep. 24 – Predator (1987) →
In this week’s episode we discuss the movie that launched a franchise, made Arnold Schwarzenegger a household name and propelled James Cameron to superstar filmmaker status; it’s 1984’s The Terminator.
In this week’s episode we talk about John Carpenter’s 1988 sci-fi discourse on Reaganomics starring everyone’s favorite bagpipe playing wrestler, They Live! A movie depicting one of the longest, rawest and most notable fight scenes in a film, They Live is an in-your-face look at the excesses and commercialism that was rampant in the 80’s.
In this week’s episode we discuss, and desperately try to forget, 1975’s British-Italian fuster-cluck of a sci-fi series, Space: 1999. There was drinking involved, lots of drinking.
In this week’s episode we discuss Kubrick’s quintessential sci-fi masterpiece, small primates, deep probing and the concept of zero.
In this week’s episode we discuss douche-baggery in power ties, old gas guzzlers and the practicality of shooting from the crotch.
In this week’s episode we discuss Luc Besson’s sci-fi action space opera, Scotch vs. tequila, inertial dampening and nostalgia. As promised, the link to the video mentioned: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJl2uPNsJEk and the pics:
In this week’s episode we discuss 1980’s Sci-fi US Navy recruitment film, quantum entanglement, Chester Cheetah’s Cheezy Ballz and the plural of anus.
In this week’s episode we discuss Roger Corman’s campy sci-fi cult classic inspired by Akira Kurisawa’s “Seven Samurai” and the western remake “The Magnificent Seven” starring John Boy, Colonel Hannibal, the Man in Black, a Designing Woman and Booberella.
In this week’s episode we discuss magic tricks, old 1970’s children’s shows and foreshadowing.
In this weeks episode we discuss golden thrones, the colossal mistake that is midi-chlorians and purple hippos.
In this week’s episode we discuss the quantum properties of firearm suppressors, Winston Churchill’s parentage and the merits of democracies while on the lam.
In this week’s episode we discuss touching helmets, old tabletop games and prophetic visionaries.