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It's been 25 years since this film adaptation of Carl Sagan's novel hit the screen, and that science vs. faith argument has only gotten louder and more shrill.
Happy birthday, Grandma Sakae!! We recorded the podcast pretty much in the same spot this Digimon-adjacent anime takes place.
The plan was to do an episode for Matt's Time Enough Podcast, but technical hijinks ensued and we just decided to go whatever the winds blew us. I think it worked out for the best. Of course, we give Tommy Chong his Rod Serling read, and then veer off into old-school radio, weird encounters with Muhammad Ali, the Beatle that Tommy never smoked weed with, the meaning of life, and the best way to smoke a joint.
It's July 4th weekend and it's still the Willenium - so here you are. You're welcome.
We take a look at this sci-fi comedy starring Michael Keaton, Michael Keaton, Michael Keaton, and Michael Keaton.
We don't get the new Jurassic World in Japan until late July, so we watched some old movie instead.
We train the Eye of Horus on this somewhat-modest movie that begat a massive franchise.
Fifty-Foot Spock wasn't enough for Leonard Nimoy - he had to be a giant f*#king robot as well.
Double dose of space travel this week with Roddy McDowell and Rod Serling.
You wanna Ho-Tep? Gotta Bubba Ho-Tep. Black JFK, an authentic Elvis impersonator, and soul-sucking creatures from the damned.
...not gonna say the quote...not gonna say the quo..MUTHAF@#KINGS SNAKES ON A MUTHAF@#KING PLANE!!
Are we Oblivion to this movie, or Oblivioff? Are Matt and Luke still an effective team? Listen and find out!!
Somehow we've accidently made a mini-series of Lovecraft-inspired sci-fi. This flick fully fits the bill.
Role playing this week. Matt is the old fart that Luke and guest Dave Bulmer drag off to watch the Power Rangers in the cinema.
Time to take that trip into the Kelvin-verse. Jamahl Epsicokhan of "Jammer's Reviews" joins us for the Trek. "Jammer's Reviews" has been Matt's go-to source for Trek (along with Battlestar and the Orville) for a quarter century, which makes both of us look old. Do visit, but keep in mind you may get pulled into several hours of reading. https://www.jammersreviews.com/
Eric Stillwell returns to the Sanctuary to see how Matt and Luke will score his college paper, wherein he compared this week's movie with "Star Trek: The Motion Picture."