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One of the deeper sci-fis of the 80's - whatever it lost in its disastrous box office is more than made up by awesomeness.
Going O.G. with the monstrous aliens this week.
Disney famously fumbled the ball on this one, but there is a lot to love in this space epic, and returning guest Gordon White's magically-minded analysis will likely uncover a few layers of metaphysical Martian soil that you may not have even known was there.
The Wachowski's love for anime runs wild with this one. While it's a bit of a mixed bag, some of this is quite essential to wrapping your head around the Matrix.
No better way to end your Matrix December with a new Matrix movie.
Strap in for a rollocking, sci-fi adventure starring Santa Claus... and Martians.
We admittedly did not get much into robots, kung-fu, and sick sci-fi explosions for our Reloaded episode, so we will proceed to do that now with Mark Malek.
The Wachowskis are well known for their real-life trans journey, and guest Tilly Bridges lays out how the Matrix movies have impressive depths of trans metaphor. This may be the rare case where you should listen to the podcast and then watch the movie.
We're starting a full month of Matrix, so why not revisit our March 2020 dive into the first film.
Chasing that Twilight Zone movie episode with a visit to Matt's new podcast, "Time Enough Podcast: A Twilight Zone Podcast."
Matt's getting a new Twilight Zone podcast rolling in December, so it seemed like a good time for the Sanctuary to enter the Twilight Zone.
We delve into the only real Spider-Man - 70's TV star Nicholas Hammond. Unless Japanese Spider-Man wants to contest that title in a duel.
Matt and frequent Sci-Fi Sanctuary guest Andrew Shearer get into this art film precursor to "12 Monkeys," which we covered last month in our regular feed.
And we're back to the depressing Robin Williams films. But guest Von Galt is back to shine some light on that from the Buddhist perspective.
Luke said we had to do this movie while Matt was 42 years old. Guest Richie Morgan showed up to make the podcast more interesting than just that.
We double down on Dune this year and take a trip to the theatre to see how its sandworm measures up.
To cap off our Halloweenis, we chat up a whole lot about weenises (as well as a little about the Evil Dead) with guest Stuart Gipp.
Andrew's dad insists you crack open a PBR and watch the best zombie movie ever.
Matt and Luke finally give the Bond franchise some attention with Daniel Craig's last go-around as the super spy.
We get into this mid-90's flavor of a plague-ridden Doomsday with Annie Kelley, who knows more than a few things about viruses.
Director Henrique Couto returns to lay down some straight-up Wes Craven knowledge on this 80's horror classic for our spooky October.
A non-manic Robin Williams traverses a sci-fi world where some people are born with invasive devices that record their entire lives.
Your intrepid duo sets out to discover what the ingredients of Soylent Green really are.
Which of the four kaiju here came out on top: the giant gorilla, alligator, wolf, or the Rock?
A notorious belly-flop upon its released, how has the last of the old-school Trek films aged? We bring in prolific Trek novelist Dayton Ward to work it all out.
An episode of sister podcast Monster Mash about the Netflix movie Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild
Matt and Luke try to use, like, 100% of their brains, man. Even though that's not really a thing.
After endless delays (especially in Japan), we finally take a look at this current iteration of the epic tussle.
The year is 1962, and these two titans have their first meeting on the isle of Honshu. We're gonna need a singing gorilla for this one.
Matt and Luke, a couple of solid "C" math students, get schooled by proper mathematicians. Turns out none of us were actually familiar with this Spanish, math-based thriller beforehand, but it's a good 'un.