Podcast # 807 – TRON Rerun – 2102.14

This week I’m posting up a rerun episode of a podcast done about ten years back in 2011 with Jedi Jeff and me talking all about the “TRON” films. Here is a link to the past show notes, but basically we cover the TRON franchise and of course the films. I love this franchise and I thought if you missed this show the first time this would be a good one to post up again. Enjoy it!

Also, Ryan who is one of the TSF Patreon members won a “Star Trek: Discovery” calendar this week. Congrats Ryan. If you want to support the show, go over to PATREON HERE and sign up.

Next weekend I will be back with doing audio commentary on the very first DISCO episode. Until next time take care and be safe out there.

Podcast # 806 – “The Expanse” – 2102.07

I’m back this week with a new show covering one of the best Sci-Fi series of the past decade and that is “The Expanse.” Before I get into that I talk about other recent things I’m reading and watching to entertain me. Then I move on to the series to cover this week.

“The Expanse” has now had five seasons and it’s so good! I briefly cover all five seasons so far. There are very slight spoilers, but nothing too bad I think if you haven’t seen this awesome show. I hope my coverage gets others to watch and also is a fun recap to those already enjoying this fine show.

Next week will be either a skip week or maybe a repeat show. Hope you all enjoyed the cast this week. Take care and enjoy the week ahead.

You can support the TSF Podcast on PATREON HERE. Thanks to all that do!

Podcast # 805 – Jedi Jeff & LEGOS – 2101.31

This week guest host Jedi Jeff returns with a fun podcast talking about LEGO’s, models, and other things. Specifically Jeff covers some rumored upcoming 2021 “Star Wars” LEGO kits and some recent ones he has been working on. Lynn and I have also been doing a lot of LEGO’s too during this whole COVID lockdown thing over the last year or so. Big thanks to Jeff for another fun show.

Next week I will be back to talk about “The Expanse” which is now wrapping up season 5. Until next time take care and enjoy the week ahead.

Podcast # 804 – 2021 Movie & TV Preview – 2101.24

This week it’s a preview of genre TV & movies for 2021. I first talk about some recent stuff I’ve been watching then I move on to the main topic. Due to dumb COVID, almost all the films from 2020 got pushed forward to come out in 2021 – same with some TV as well. I run down a few of the TV series coming out soon along with the films we should be getting this year. All of this is subject to change, but with vaccines I think by summer we should be in pretty good shape. Just got to hang in there until then.

This week we have a PATREON supporter contest winner to announce. Congrats to them and feel free to support the podcast on PATREON HERE.

Next week Jedi Jeff will be here with a guest cast and I’ll be back in two weeks. Until next time, take care and stay safe!

Podcast # 803 – James Horner: Part 2 – 2101.17

This week is the second part to Vartok’s look at the music of James Horner. Here are some comments from Vartok and a big thanks to him for both of these podcasts.

Featured in this guest podcast by Vartok is the Music of former A-List composer James Horner, American Composer, Conductor, and Producer.  James Horner is well-known for his scores to two Star Trek films, Braveheart, Avatar, Titanic, Aliens, The Rocketeer, and so much more.  His score for James Cameron’s Titanic is the best-selling orchestral film soundtrack of all time.  James was active between 1978 and 2015, unfortunately dying at age 61 while performing acrobatic moves in his private stunt airplane.  James has 164 credits on the IMDB and He won two Academy Awards, six Grammy Awards, two Golden Globes, three Satellite Awards, three Saturn Awards, and was nominated for three BAFTA Awards.  His music scores are known for eliciting emotions.

If you like this podcast here are Vartok’s other composer guest podcasts featuring:

#260 Music of John Williams

#357 Music of Hans Zimmer

#419 Music of Jerry Goldsmith

#485 Music of Brian Tyler

#519 Music of Danny Elfman

#579 Music of Harry Gregson-Williams

#626 Music of John Debney

#664 Music of John Powell

#712 Music of Howard Shore

#755 Music of Basil Poledouris

#801 Music of James Horner, Part 1

#803 Music of James Horner, Part 2

Thanks again Vartok for both of these great shows. I’ll be here next week to take a look ahead at the TV shows coming back in the next few months along with movies to look forward to in the near future. Until then take care and be safe out there.

You can support the podcast on PATREON HERE.

Podcast # 802 – Discovery Season Three – 2101.10

This week the main topic is a look at season three of “Star Trek: Discovery.” I talk some about other things at first, what I’ve been watching and working on and then it’s on to the main topic – and there are spoilers in this podcast for Discovery.

I really enjoyed this season of Discovery and how it turned out. I cover the later episodes in the season and focus mainly on those and the season finale as well. Some really cool and interesting stuff and looking forward to season 4 (probably in early 2022). I hope others enjoyed this season as much as I did.

That’s it for this week. Next week Vartok will be back with part 2 of his look at the music of James Horner. I’ll be back in two weeks with a look ahead at upcoming TV for 2021 that is starting to come back (finally) now. Until next time, take care and be safe out there!

Podcast # 801 – Music of James Horner Pt. 1 – 2101.03

Vartok is back with another music podcast with a look at the music of James Horner. This is just part one of a two-part show on Horner and here are notes from Vartok below on this latest guest podcast.

Featured in this guest podcast by Vartok is the Music of former A-List composer James Horner, American Composer, Conductor, and Producer.  James Horner is well-known for his scores to two Star Trek films, Braveheart, Avatar, Titanic, Aliens, The Rocketeer, and so much more.  His score for James Cameron’s Titanic is the best-selling orchestral film soundtrack of all time.  James was active between 1978 and 2015, unfortunately dying at age 61 while performing acrobatic moves in his private stunt airplane.  James has 164 credits on the IMDB and He won two Academy Awards, six Grammy Awards, two Golden Globes, three Satellite Awards, three Saturn Awards, and was nominated for three BAFTA Awards.  His music scores are known for eliciting emotions.

If you like this podcast here are Vartok’s other composer guest podcasts featuring:

#260 Music of John Williams

#357 Music of Hans Zimmer

#419 Music of Jerry Goldsmith

#485 Music of Brian Tyler

#519 Music of Danny Elfman

#579 Music of Harry Gregson-Williams

#626 Music of John Debney

#664 Music of John Powell

#712 Music of Howard Shore

#755 Music of Basil Poledouris

#801 Music of James Horner, Part 1

Thanks Vartok for doing this. I’ll be back next week with a full look at season 3 of “Star Trek: Discovery.” Take care and enjoy this coming first week of the new year. Stay safe!

Vidcast # 800 – The Good of 2020 – 2012.30

This week I celebrate 800 podcasts over a long span of about 15.5 years as I do a vidcast for all of you. I wanted to look back on 2020 and find some good things to talk about and be grateful for this past year. I hope all of you are safe and well and have been enjoying the holidays. Take care, enjoy the vidcast and here’s to a Happy New Year!!!

Treks in Sci-Fi #800 – 2020 from Rico D. on Vimeo.