In this episode the guys share their thoughts on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, tackling some deep philosophical questions. What’s the best kind of lightsaber fight? Are wookies mammals? Does JJ Abrams know how space works? Where are all the A-Wings?
It’s been a long winter, but the Lizard People are out of hibernation and back on their heating rocks (and more importantly, their mics). It’s our first episode with a guest host! We’re joined by virtual reality talk show host Will Smith to discuss Aurora, by Kim Stanley Robinson.
It’s another episode from the vault! The Lizard People discuss Octavia Butler’s Xenogenesis trilogy (also known as the Lililth’s Brood series), consisting of Dawn, Adulthood Rites, and Imago.
Hey Listeners/Readers/Lizards, due to conflicts with some menacing lizard-people-underground-illuminati conferences, we present you an episode from THE VAULT (thunder, lightning). Next episode will be a discussion of Octavia Butler’s Xenogenesis, with Aurora following hot on it’s heels.
X-ray vision is a commonly requested superpower, but what if it’s not all that it’s cracked up to be? What if you couldn’t turn it off? This week’s Friday Night Fright answers that question, as we follow one man’s descent into supervision in X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes!
Peter, George and Nathan talk about The Grace of Kings by Ken Liu, a “silkpunk” fantasy story about empires, brotherhood and narwhal submarines
This year’s second Friday Night Fright entry presents the horror cult classic Re-Animator, a B-movie treat that the late, great Roger Ebert gave three stars. That places it in the same rarefied heights as other 3-star Ebert recipients such as The Godfather Part II and Speed 2: Cruise Control.
It’s October and that means it is once again time to turn out the lights, put on the popcorn and place your hands over your eyes, for Friday Night Frights are here again. This means all your Fridays from here to Halloween shall be spent slathered in horrors unimaginable. For this week’s entrée, we invite The Guest into our homes for a sure to be pleasant stay.
In this Culture Club episode, we attempt to discuss the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer but end up talking about how bad Man of Steel is, and why Zack Snyder is not a good filmmaker.