Podcast # 628 – Planet of the Apes on TV – 1703.19

This week those lovers of all things Ape, Chris Clemente & Rick Moyer return with a look at the cult classic, the “Planet of the Apes” live action TV series.  They talk about this cool show from way back in 1974 and some of the cool things it showed us and what they liked about the series.  They also touch on the animated Apes series as well too.  A really cool podcast and bug thanks to Rick and Chris for covering this for all of us.  See an image below from the live action show.

Next week I will be back with a look at the Enterprise episode called “Proving Ground.”  Until next time take care and enjoy your week.

Podcast # 627 – “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” – 1703.12

This week the long awaited return of the ‘Potter Team-Up’ of Rico & Kenny are back to cover the fourth book & film in the series, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.”  We cover the book and film differences, give background, talk about our favorite moments, plays clips and have a great time talking about one of the biggest and best from the Potter line up.  Big thanks to Kenny for his background work, editing and joining me once again to talk about one of our favorite topics.  Watch the movie trailer below and enjoy the podcast folks.  Next week the guest duo of Rick Moyer and Chris Clemente will be here to talk about the “Planet of the Apes” tv series.  Looking forward to that.  Until next time, take care and enjoy your week.

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Podcast # 626 – Music of John Debney – 1703.05

This week Vartok returns with another musical podcast.  Here are some notes from Vartok about his latest podcast composition.

John Debney is an American composer and conductor who has risen to the A-List of Hollywood composers.  He grew up in a Disney family and has collaborated with Disney over his entire career that started in 1979.  John is a prolific composer with over 185 entries in the IMDB including scores for Bruce Almighty, SeaQuest 2032, Spy Kids 1 & 2, Bruce Almighty, The Scorpion King, The Passion of the Christ, Iron Man 2, and the recent adaptation of The Jungle Book.  He counts the works of Jerry Goldsmith and John Williams as having a strong influence on his compositions.  His unique ability to create memorable work across a variety of film and TV genres, as well as his reputation for being remarkably collaborative, have made him the first choice of top level producers and directors.

 

Big thanks to Vartok for another great show.  I will be back next week with Kenny for our latest Harry Potter cast.  Until next time, take care and enjoy your week.

Podcast # 625 – The Year 1991 – 1702.26

This week I take another trip back in time to talk about the year 1991 in films and TV shows – specifically genre stuff.  First, I talk briefly about the current movies and TV I have been watching and enjoying.  Lots of good stuff on these days and we also have the Oscars on tonight as well.  Then I move on to talking about fun stuff from the year 1991.  I focus on about 6 genre movies from that time that I enjoyed.  It wasn’t a huge year for Sci-Fi films but there are some gems in there.  I also talk a little bit about some of TV we were watching back then.  It’s another fun nostalgia driven show that was cool to do and think back on the fun stuff in the early 90’s.  Hope everyone enjoys this look back.

Next week Vartok will be here with a music cast on the music of John Debney.  Until then take care and enjoy your week!

Podcast # 624 – “Queen of Outer Space” – 1702.19

This week Mark Daniels returns with another classic Sci-Fi movie of the past.  Here are some words from the man himself on his latest podcast.

Hello Everybody!
 
This is Mark Daniels from the Great Pacific Northwest.  I’m back this week with another classic science fiction movie.  Today’s movie is “Queen of Outer Space”, starring Zsa Zsa Garbor and Eric Fleming from 1958.  It’s the old story of Earthmen who crash land on a planet populated by beautiful amazon women, who are ruled by an evil queen.  It’s a fun movie and it has Zsa Zsa Garbor.  She put the sex, in sex appeal.  I hope you all enjoy it.
 
I’ll be back soon with another classic science fiction movie.  
 
Until then…
Take care…
 
This is M-5 signing off…
Thanks again Mark for another cool podcast.  I’ll be back next weekend with a look back at the year 1991 in movies & TV.  Until next time take care and enjoy your week.

 

Vidcast # 623 – 2017 Movie Preview – 1702.12

This week a vidcast previewing all the cool movies coming in 2017.  I cover about six or so films I’m really looking forward to the most (yeah there are others I want to see too that I didn’t talk about).  Basically these are some great looking films and I’m excited to see them all and the rest this year too.  So grab some popcorn and enjoy the vidcast!

Podcast # 622 – “The Pegasus” – 1702.05

This week guest host Rick Moyer is here with a look at the TNG episode called “The Pegasus.”  Here are some comments from Rick about this week’s show.

Hey everyone!  This is Rick Moyer and I get the honor of sharing Treks In Sci Fi with you this week.  I start out and catch you up with what I have been up too, then I talk about Star Trek Discovery and play the behind the scenes promo.  Then I do a full commentary on Star Trek TNG “The Pegasus” from the 7th season of TNG.  I share some cool little tidbits of info and share my favorite parts of the episode.  At the end of the podcast I give you a FREE song that I wrote and have on iTunes called “So Many Moons”  Enjoy the music and I will see you next time on TREKS IN SCI-FI!  For my Star Trek Parody songs visit: http://www.startrekparodies.com    Thanks Rico!

Big thanks to Rick for doing another awesome guest spot for all of us!  Next week I will be back as I preview all the great movies in 2017 we have coming to enjoy.  Until then take care and enjoy your week.

Podcast # 621 – Trek Vault – 1701.29

This week I talk almost all about Trek and focus on a couple things.  The main show is my review and comments on “The Roddenberry Vault” 3-disc set.  I also bring everyone up to speed on the latest about “Star Trek: Discovery.”  I first talk a little about my recent work travel and cover some of my favorite recent TV and some movies I have seen (I’m especially enjoying the time travel new series called “Timeless”).  Then I move on to talk about the Vault.  It’s pretty cool to see new little clips and snippets from TOS after over 50 years since it aired.  The three disc set most is made up of 12 episodes they focus on and comments from various Trek experts and some who worked on the original series.  Some nice documentaries and the clips are great to see.  I do wish they had been a bit more extra footage show and feel the set is a little padded with the 12 episodes included.  While that was nice to have, most of us have these episodes already on various formats.  For a TOS fan this is a must buy.

I wrap up the podcast with a round up of the cast and news we know about the new “Discovery” series.  The show has been delayed once again to an unknown time (my guess is fall to late 2017).  I’m excited by the idea of new Trek and looking forward to learning more about the series.  They certainly have a very diverse cast selected.  That’s about it for this week.  Next week Rick Moyer will be here to cover the TNG episode called “The Pegasus.”  Until next time take care and be careful out there.