This time around, it's Movies Of The Week from the early 1970s. First off, The Astronaut from 1972 starring Monte Markham and Susan Clarke, then A Cold Night's Death starring Robert Culp and Eli Wallach.

 

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This time around, I'm chatting with Rondo Award winning skeleton/ horror movie host Nigel Honeybone. Schlocky Horror Picture Show has been showing on various TV platforms in Australia and overseas and Nigel is an old friend of mine.

The best place to start with his works is the FB page:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/schlockyhorrorpictureshow/

 

We talk about movies, TV series including Stargirl, Doom Patrol, The Fantastic Journey and the Marvel Netflix series, discuss the weirdness of Tom Cruise and look at old horror flicks like The Swarm. We also discuss public domain movies and how the current panda is affecting movie buffs.

It was great to catch up with him for this podcast episode.

 

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To get back into the swing of things, Lee Battersby (https://leebattersby.com/) and I talk to one another from opposite sides of the continent about science fiction, fandom, movies and about a hundred other things while having a great time.

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This time around, it's the new Star Trek series Star Trek Picard. which you should check out and the new Vin Diesel movie Bloodshot that go b0rked by the Covid-19 shut down. Both are worth your time.

 

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For this episode I go with a movie that was in development hell for 20 years, Ang Lee's Gemini Man starring Will Smith, Will Smith and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, then it's zombies and rug rats with the 2019 Australian film, Little Monsters starring Lupita Nyong'o and Josh Gad.

 

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After an interesting start to 2020, I look at the three things I've binged on Netflix: the BBC Dracula, The Neighbor (El Vecino) and The Witcher. 

 

I also talk about the bushfires that have ravaged Australia since December. 

 

If you'd like to help, here is a list of valid charities to give to: https://help.givenow.com.au/hc/en-us/articles/360001315355-How-you-can-help-Donate-to-2020-Australian-bushfire-relief-efforts

 

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After a six week hiatus I'm back with my overview of 2019 in genre movies and TV. It has been a weird and wonderful year full of diversity and sameness in equal measure. It's a good time to be a bum on a seat.

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From ghosts of the past to horrors of the future. I look at the 1964 Japanese anthology ghost story movie Kwaidan then move on to 2019 for the TV series Years and Years to look at the shitstorm that will be the 2020s. 

 

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No, the bloody movie didn't ruin your childhood, your parents did. This time around I'm looking at two modern movies. The comedic horror iteration known as The Banana Splits Movie (2019) and a great piece of Chinese action/fantasy/detective cinema from 2018, Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings.

 

Gore and wuxia, what more can you want?

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For this episode, I look at the 2018 Netflix movie TAU starring Maika Monroe and Gary Oldman, then I look at a big scale Chinese alien invasion movie Shanghai Fortress starring Han Lu and Qi Shu.

 

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