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Sci-Guys Podcast 145

November 26th, 2013

If “Forbidden Planet” is really forbidden, why are we talking about it? Is it because it is one of the true sci-fi classics? OK, in that case, carry on.


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By Sci-Guy-Jim

3 Responses to “Sci-Guys Podcast 145”

  1. Mountain High

    1956…wow, that was some old school stuff. seems like the same concept as Sphere (the book and movie) basically people encounter some super advanced technology that lets them realize things from their subconscious. then they end up hallucinating a bunch of weird shit that kills them.

  2. lore

    Mad Max
    Ice Pirates
    Weird Science
    Logan’s Run
    Tank Girl
    The Incredible Shrinking Man
    Night of the Comet
    They Live!
    Barbarella
    The Original Godzilla – Maybe timed before the new release next year
    The Stuff
    Innerspace
    The Man with Two Brains
    Dreamscape
    Looker
    Making Mr. Right
    The Rocketeer
    Universal Soldier
    Demolition Man
    Dark City – too new?
    The Illustrated Man
    Rock & Rule – Animated
    ‘Earth vs. The Flying Saucers (Harryhausen!)
    The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
    Santa Claus Conquers the Martians – Oh come on, t’is the season! Combine it with something else, maybe….

    A way to cheat and get in some TV talk: Dr. Who and the Daleks — Movie version of several Dr. Who television episodes. Peter Cushing stars as the Doctor, battling the robot-like Daleks.

    The original Battlestar Galactica’s first two hours were presented as a movie, released first to the theaters.

    Alien Nation, movie to tv series

    Anyway…if anything, some of these might jog your memories to the left so you can remember other movies to choose.

    Good episode! I think you did a good job covering all the bases of this film. Thanks!

    love, lore

  3. Sci-Guy-Jim

    iore, you always bring it. great list.

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