Science Fiction

The Doomsday Machine | Episode 334

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

A Map of Tiny Perfect Things

The Map of Tiny Perfect Things – Soul Forge Podcast 191

The Map of Tiny Perfect Things is a 2021 American science fiction romantic comedy-drama film directed by Ian Samuels, from a screenplay by Lev Grossman, based upon his short story of the same name. It stars Kathryn Newton and Kyle Allen. Mark, a teenage boy, is stuck in a time

The Monster Scifi Show – Saturn Awards 2019

This one almost got away from me folks. I’m usually on the ball but The Saturn Awards nomination happened back in mid-July and during this week, I only came across it. I had to scramble to get this podcast done before the actual show. While I am flying solo on

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The 42cast Episode 35: Like Unto a Thing of Iron

Iron Fist season 2 is about to hit Netflix, so this week we’re delving back into season 1 with people familiar with the comics. We wanted to know how their opinions would differ from our panel in episode 15, and we had some surprising results. We also discuss the fight

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The 42cast Episode 34: My Name is Legion

This week we go off-med as we discuss season one of Legion, the TV series about David Haller an incredibly powerful mutant with more than his fair share of personality. We talk about the characters, it’s placement in Fox’s X-Men universe, and what we want to see out of Legion

Movie review: ‘Annihilation’ is a trippy sci-fi thriller

“Annihilation” is a weird movie. I don’t mean that as a bad thing, but it’s good to know that going in. It’s a trippy, mysterious, puzzling, sometimes beautiful/sometimes terrifying science fiction film that dares to ask more questions than it answers. If you’ve seen the trailers, you know the basic

Movie review: ‘Blade Runner 2049’ a worthy sequel to a sci-fi classic

I love being surprised by a movie. A couple times a year, I’ll walk into a theater to see a film, either not quite sure what to expect or not feeling particularly hyped, and then I’ll end up walking out afterwards completely blown away. That was my experience watching “Blade

The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – Star Trek Discovery

At long last, Tony from Cinemaviewfinder.com joins Mr.Gene and me to talk about this version of Star Trek. Is Star Trek Discovery a worthy successor to all previous Star Trek series?  Can fans support Star Trek Discovery behind the CBS All Access paywall?

The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – Scifi News Post Irma

As Irma huffed and puffed, she could not blow this podcaster away…wait, that came out wrong!!! (That’s was she said!) Putting this childish humor aside, it is indeed great to be back and to be able to podcast once more. As with past Scifi News, I will be talking about

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