Earth-2.net: The Show 810
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By The Syndicate
01 September 2015 — Nintendo nostalgia, the Midlands, and a new sub-segment penetrate List and Shout as Pandy and Christian review their favorite trademarked monsters, rave about the best classic monster incarnations, and rip into the lamest monsters ever conceived. Also, Christian confesses to a sin, and Pandy poses a challenge for Mike.
Dread Media 418
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By Desmond Reddick
31 August 2015 — It's the end of the month celebrating the end of the world! We started Apocalyptic August with an Australian Apocalypse film and we're ending it with another one, but a different one this time. Chris and Desmond review the relatively new Guy Pearce / Robert Pattinson vehicle: Rover. Rich the Monster Movie Kid takes a look at one of three TV movies Gene Roddenberry had a hand in in the 1970s: Planet Earth. Not to mention that Desmond forgot a Top 5 last week, so this week he gives you two! First up, a look at his Top 5 Apocalyptic Television Shows, and then he ends the show with a selection of his Top 5 Apocalyptic Songs. Strap and and hang around with us until the light takes you! Songs: "The Chase" by The Doomriders, "The Very Wild Rover" by Cruachan, "Planet Earth" by Duran Duran, and "It's Only the End of the World" by Harley Poe.
Tranquil Tirades 47:
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By The Real Protagonists
30 August 2015 — This month, Damien and James tackle possibly the most ineptly made film in the annals of the show: B movie classic, Samurai Cop. Join your beloved hosts as they discuss horrible wigs, the lamest gang in all of fictional media, and classic Sega CD shooters.
Hey, an Actor!:
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By The Brothers Wilson
28 August 2015 — This month, The Brothers Wilson invite you all down to the Hey, an Actor! Ranch where they will be herding in three films starring Sandra Bullock. From comedy vehicle Miss Congeniality through to her supporting action turn in Speed and the terrifying space thriller Gravity (which will be spoiled despite being a 2013 film), Ian and Pandy consider how many of these films are actually better than classic Hollywood musical Singin' in the Rain, and why the Best Sound Mixing Oscar should weigh in to that discussion. There's also a six-plus minute discussion about Benjamin Bratt, and audio fall-out from the podcast's failure to reach the Parsec Awards' final shortlist. It's fair to say that Pandy took it rather badly.
Books Without Pictures 18:
Hyperion, Part B: Hard-Boiled Time-Displaced Baby Thing
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By La société de voyages extraordinaires
27 August 2015 — Wendee and Dan finish their discussion of Hyperion, squeezing this in, naturally, between mentions of award slates, convention experiences, and possible new horizons for the podcast itself.
Earth-2.net: The Show 809
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By The Syndicate
25 August 2015 — Four long years before the release of Bryan Singer's X-Men there was Generation X. Debuting on Fox in 1996 and adapted from a Marvel comic of the same name, it serves as the very first live-action X-Men movie. Join Dan and Mike as they spend 90 minutes discussing not only this made-for-TV movie, but also changes in a character's race, Night Court, The Real World, and the awesomeness that is Matt Frewer.
Dread Media 417
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By Desmond Reddick
24 August 2015 — Apocalyptic August continues in this massive episode. First up, Desmond talks alien invasion and filmmaking with the co-directors and star of the brand new film Ejecta: Chad Archibald, Matt Wiele, and Julian Richings. Then Duane joins him for another double feature of Italian Apocalypse films: The New Barbarians and 2019: After the Fall of New York. Devil Dinosaur Jr. continues the Italian theme with a Stay Scary on Warrior of the Lost World. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid takes a look at the 1974 TV movie Where Have All the People Gone. Finally, some Dread Media listeners get in on the apocalyptic action. Of course, there's tunes: "Alien Blueprint" by Rollins Band, "Inherit the Wasteland" by Nausea, "Apocalypse 1997" by Gama Bomb, "Future World" by Helloween, "Riding on the Wind" by Judas Priest, "Where Has Everybody Gone?" by The Pretenders, and "Cities Fall" by Earth Crisis.
The Edge of Forever 19
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By The United Federation of Podcasters
23 August 2015 — Kirk, Spock, and Dr. McCoy meet a regenerated Zefram Cochrane and his gaseous companion ("Metamorphosis"). Spock deals with daddy issues, Kirk is stabbed in the back, and The Enterprise comes under attack all while delivering delegates to a conference ("Journey to Babel"). And the show closes with Dan and Mike discussing more Doctor Who / Star Trek crossovers because Dan and Mike.
Earth-2.net: The Show 808
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By The Syndicate
22 August 2015 — As punishment for his quiet abandonment of the Comic Reel-lief imprint, demonic forces have forced Ian Wilson out of his hiding place and tasked him with 12 Herculean tasks — AKA The Twelve Labours of Comic Reel-lief! The first labour requires Earth-2.net's British correspondent to finally deliver a retrospective of the Comic Book Movies of 2014, which features the return of Kazooioke, a guest appearance from Statistician Ian and the long-awaited Comic Reel-lief review of Guardians of the Galaxy.
Twice as Bright, Half as Long 06.03
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By Dave Probert and Ian Wilson
21 August 2015 — Ian and Dave brave another two episodes of Crime Traveller. In "Sins of the Father," Slade finds himself implicated in the theft of some diamonds, and discovers that the case is related to the reason his father is in prison. In "Death Minister," Holly refuses to let Slade use the machine as it is becoming burnt out, Slade uses it behind her back, and Holly must turn detective in order to find him. The is also discussion of episodes not living up to their titles, the show dropping overt Doctor Who references, and the welcome surprise of an actor they are familiar with from their previous podcast.
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