This time I go from a movie that cost $6500 to one that cost $50 million. From Dennis Muren's 1970 film of demons and teenagers Equinox to Alex Proyas' 2009 end of the World Nicholas Cage vehicle Knowing. 

 

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So I went to the friendly neighbourhood cinema complex to see the latest tile in the mosaic that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe... and I talk about it.

 

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From Mandroids to cockroaches, ninjas and time travel to insect-mutant superheroes on Mars, we have everything this time. I start with the 1986 Charles Band movie Eliminators starring Denise Crosby and Andrew Prine then move on to Takaski Miike's 2016 manga adaptation about superheroes fighting mutated cockroaches on Mars: Terra Formars.

 

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Narrelle M. Harris and Paul Poulton joined me for a rambling chat about movie franchises, feminism, whitewashing characters, dementia and all manner of other things in front of a live audience at Continuum 13, the 2017 Australian National Science Fiction Convention.

Narrelle's author's page is here.

 

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This time it's just me ranting about science fiction, fantasy and horror and how it has changed over my lifetime.

 

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For this one, two science fiction movies from 2017, from Russia! First we have the first contact/ love story Attraction, then a much anticipated Russian super hero movie, Guardians. Both a lot of fun and highly recommended.

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This time around, Sally Frost and I discuss Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 2 and a lot of other things including upcoming movies we're looking forward to.

 

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This time, we go from old school Columbia Studios backlot slow shambling zombies with 1957's Zombies of Mora-Tau to fast, twitchy, South Korean commuter zombies with Train to Busan.

 

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We're back in the saddle of Kaneda's motorcycle for another episde. This time continuing on Non-Anglo Science Fiction Movies - we're off to the other Shaky Islands for 1995's The Ghost In The Shell and 1998's Akira. Robocops and dangerous psychokinetic motorcycle gang members.

 

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Hola, muchachos and muchachas, this time I'm looking at Spanish language science fiction movies. First, from Spain there is 2007's Los Cronocrimines (Time Crimes) directed by Nacho Ligalongo and then we go to 2008 for the incredibly timely Sleep Dealer directed by Alex Rivera. Time loops and exploited workers and a non-anglophone view of the genre for February Foreign Language month on Martian Drive-In Podcast.

 

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