Vidcast # 540 – Motor City Comic Con – 1505.24

This week on the podcast it’s a vidcast where I cover last weekend’s big, Motor City Comic Con.  It was the 26th annual event and I usually go each year and cover it for the podcast and to have some fun too.  I also got to meet up with listener Ruth Cowles this year who lives in Michigan too and she also was nice enough to send in a video report for the show.  Lots of pictures and video ahead and I hope you all enjoy the show!  I will be back next weekend with Chris Clemente and we will cover both “Arrow” and “The Flash” TV shows.  My Patreon fund raising effort is still active and going so check that out HERE and if you can donate a little each month I really would appreciate it (and thanks to those that has pledged donations so far – YOU ROCK).  Take care until then and enjoy the week ahead.


Podcast # 539 – Moms of Sci-Fi – 1505.17

This week, Rick & Amy Moyer are back with a fun podcast about Sci-Fi moms and other topics of geeky interest.  Here are some words from them on their guest host podcast for this week.

Join Rick & Amy Moyer this week as they talk about the new Star Wars movie, geeky television, and the main topic- SCI FI MOMS.  It’s a fun look at a ton of moms that we have come to know and love in the sci fi and fantasy genre of entertainment. ENJOY!

Big thanks to Rick & Amy for doing another fun guest spot.  Check out Rick’s cool parody songs HERE.  Also, make sure to check out my Patreon fund raising drive right HERE to help support the show and build a cool new set for more videocasts for all of you to enjoy (and thanks to those that have set up a contribution so far – you all ROCK).  I will be back next weekend with a videocast covering the Motor City Comic Con that happened this weekend in Michigan.  Take care until then and enjoy your week.


Podcast # 538 – “Realm of Fear” – 1505.10

This week on the podcast I give a short, spoiler free review of “Age of Ultron.”  We also have a music moment from Vartok covering some of the music from this film.  And I talk briefly about a few other geeky topics – like my current Patreon fund raising effort.  You can learn all about that HERE.  Then it’s on to the main topic for this week – the TNG episode.

The season six TNG episode called “Realm of Fear” centers both on Lt. Barclay and also on the transporter too.  While investigating another Star Fleet ship, Barclay experiences something very strange during transport.  At first he thinks it’s just his fear and possibly a psychotic episode he is having but soon learns more is going on with him after the transporter incident.  This is a cool episode and we get to see some interesting stuff about what it must feel like to “beam” via the transporter.  I love the character of Barclay too and he gets used very well in this episode.  Hope you enjoy my commentary on this one.

That’s it for this weekend.  Next week the Moyers will be here with a special ‘Geeky Mother’s Day’ show for all of you.  Until then take care of yourself and enjoy the week ahead.

Vidcast # 537 – Patreon Fund Raising – 1505.03

For the podcast (or vidcast) for this week I’m starting a new fund raising campaign and adventure to generate some funds to expand the show.  I want to build a new “set” for vidcasts and adds some other gear and equipment as well as help cover the costs for the show.  Watch the video below to learn more and visit my link on Patreon HERE to donate to the cause.  Thanks in advance to all those that help out.  I will be back next weekend with a look at the TNG episode, “Realm of Fear.”  Until then take care and enjoy your week ahead.

Podcast # 536 – “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” – 1504.26

This week Kenny and I are back with a look at the third Harry Potter book & film, “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.”  This is one of both our favorites in the series and we talk about the story, some behind the scenes stuff and our favorite moments.  Kenny again has some nice background on the film vs. book differences and we chat about how much we like the look and feel of this third entry in this amazing series.  I hope everyone enjoys this week’s podcast and again a big thanks to Kenny for doing the editing and helping so much with these shows.  Really enjoying doing these shows and we will be back soon with the fourth in our look at Harry Potter.  Take care and enjoy your week ahead.

Project: Enterprise

There is an effort and fund raising campaign going on now to recreate a new model of the Motion Picture Enterprise filming model.  They are going to do it bigger and better than ever before.  Check the video out below and you can learn more about this cool project online HERE and also on Facebook HERE.  Looks to be a cool project and one that should be fun to watch as it proceeds.  Check it out!

“Star Wars” is BACK!!!


In the last few days since “Star Wars: Celebration” was this week we have been treated to some great new stuff.  Of course, we have the next teaser trailer for “Episode VII:  The Force Awakens” along with a great new trailer for “Rebels” Season two coming next fall.  Both look super great and I’m very happy we are getting so much new “Star Wars” content in the coming years.  Check both out below and May the Force Be With You!


Podcast # 535 – “Angry Red Planet” – 1504.19

Mark is back this week with a look at another classic Sci-Fi film from the past.  This time out it’s the 1959 film, “Angry Red Planet.”  Here are some words from Mark about his latest classic film review.

Hello Everybody!
This is Mark Daniels for the Great Pacific Northwest.  I’m back this week with another classic science fiction movie.  
Today’s podcast is a tribute to Ib Melchior.  He was a screenwriter and director of low budget science fiction movies.  He passed away last month at the age of 97.  Today the movie is “The Angry Red Planet” from 1959.  Starring:  Gerald Mohr, Nora Hayden, Jack Kruschen and Les Tremayne. 
I hope you enjoy it.  Take care everyone!  This is M-5 signing off…
Thanks again Mark for another cool blast from the past.  Next week, I will be her ewith Kenny as we review our next Potter film, “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.”  Until next time, take care and enjoy your week ahead.