Jim discusses a sci-fi disaster that ranks up there with some of the worst movies he has watched – 1972’s “The Doomsday Machine,” starring Grant Williams, Bobby Van, Ruta Lee, James Craig, Mala Powers, Denny Miller and Casey Kasem. A manned flight to Venus is doomed form the start as
Flopcast episode 530! One more concert report, this time on a fine evening of synthpop and rock from Freezepop, Carissa Johnson, The Daylilies, and Telelectrix! (We were lurking in the corner, hiding behind a Sleestak mask, but we were there.) And the rest of the episode is also quite musical,
The Monster is back and so is The Monster Scifi Show. For years of being disappointed by the new wave of Star Trek shows, does Strange New Worlds continue in the same vein?
This week we pay a visit to Somerset, England to recap this year’s Glastonbury Festival! We review the major performances (McCartney, Crowded House, Diana Ross, etc) and talk about some of our other faves (Wet Leg, IDLES, Skunk Anansie, Phoebe Bridgers, HAIM, Jack White, Sam Fender and more). First, though, we talk
This week Vandy Beth Glenn rejoins the EARTH STATION TREK crew to take a look at the different interpretations of how to portray a Vulcan before diving in to the penultimate episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ first season, “All Those Who Wander.” SPOILER ALERT! SNW 1×09 29:58-54:21 Earth