Saturday, July 19, 2014
This time around, as a result of a generous donation to the podcast's Patreon Campaign, I am looking at everything that's wrong with the first three Star Wars movies. I'm also announcing my chosen alternative casting for the films and explaining why the planets in these films are boring.
Sunday, July 6, 2014
This time I go into history and look at a bunch of vintage Australian SF films. None of them are world-shattering but they do illustrate the history of Australian film in general and are very interesting in a lot of ways. I also put up the proposition that if I get two donors to the Patreon campaign who specifically ask for it, I will fully review Brian Trenchard-Smith's Turkey Shoot and Dead-End Drive-In on a future podcast.
Sunday, June 22, 2014
This time around Paul Poulton and I take a look at one of his favourite movies, the 1965 steam-punkesque The Great Race starring Tony Curtis, Jack Lemon and Natalie Wood and then we smash-cut to 2010 for the Luc Besson steam-punk romp about a female adventurer in Paris during La Belle Epoque, The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec starring Louise Bourgoin and Matthieu Almaric.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
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Thursday, June 5, 2014
This time around Iain Triffitt and I talk about the 2011 time travel/horror / high school satire movie Detention. But mostly we shoot the shit and have a great time with it. Iain's project Tweatre is here but Iain informed me that it is currently on hiatus, darlings.
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Saturday, May 24, 2014
For this one, I look at Roger Corman's 1963 eye-opener X- The Man With X-Ray Eyes starring Ray Milland and Don Rickles and then we smash-cut to 1978 for Brian DePalma's telekinetic kids go wild drama The Fury starring Kirk Douglas and John Cassevetes.
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Sunday, May 11, 2014
This time around, I look at the atompunk Cold War fun of Gog (1954) starring Richard Egan and Constance Dowling and the third movie adaptation of "Les Mains d'Orlac", the 1960 version starring Mel Ferrer and Christopher Lee. Feedback: mp3 voicemails and emails to firstname.lastname@example.org , please. The voicemail number no longer works.