For this episode I look at the new Amazon Prime series The Boys and do an overview of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4 announcements at SDCC last week.


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For this one, I'm sharing some science fiction music, from the 1950s to around 2010. SF music can be hard to write, perform and make right, but some people do it. From British SF TV series to great singers slumming it with novelty songs, there's a bit of everything here.


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This time around I look at the three episodes in season 5 of Charlie Brooker's iconic series Black Mirror. Striking Vipers, Smithereens and Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too.

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So we go from a superpowered teenager who is an evil prick to two altruistic time travelling teenagers with two movies from 2019, Brightburn, starring Elizabeth Banks and David Denman to See You Yesterday directed by Stefon Bristol. 


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SPOILERS EVERYWHERE! It was inevitable, like Thanos, that I would do this movie. I look at Endgame, how the MCU has unreeled over the 11 year history, where it might go to from here. 


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This time around, I'm officially in mourning for Larry Cohen and Scott Walker as I talk about Philippe Mora's insane Howling III - The Marsupials.


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Keep watching the skies.

Coming back from the hiatus, I look at The Wandering Earth, the second biggest box office movie of 2019 so far, a science fiction epic based on a story by Liu Cixin. Then we move on to Alita- Battle Angel starring Rosa Salazar and Christoph Waltz. 


Cyberpunk and hard science space opera. What's not to love?


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This time around, it's 1990s B-Movie silliness starting with 1990's The Guyver - starring Mark Hamill and Michael Berryman then heading over to 1990 for Class Of 1999 starring Stacy Keach and Malcolm McDowell. Lots of practical effects, cyborg teachers and bio-armour.


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From the meta-meta-textuality of Once Upon A Deadpool starring Ryan Reynolds and Fred Savage, we then go on to the third in M. Night Shyamalan's Eastrail 177 Trilogy, Glass starring Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy and Bruce Willis.


Two really different superhero movies.


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To end the year, I look at the original 1984 A Nightmare On Elm Street starring Heather Langenkamp and Robert Englund, then we move on to an Australian giant pig movie from 2017 Boar starring Nathan Jones and Roger Ward.


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