The latest subject of Make Me Watch It is Inception (2010), directed by Christopher Nolan. The series can also be found on Stitcher, on iTunes, or in a direct RSS feed.
The latest episode of the X-Files Retrospective podcast, covering Unrequited (4×16), is now available here for your listening pleasure. Intro and outro music attribution is below. You can also follow the show from its own feed (RSS, iTunes, Stitcher) or through the Bureau 42 Master Audio Feed (RSS, iTunes, Stitcher).
This is an interesting week for back catalog titles.
Mar 12, 2017
Dimension X was a science fiction radio show that featured great adaptations of sci fi short stories along with some original content. It’s now in the public domain. I’ve been looking for a podcast that puts out every surviving episode in order, and couldn’t find any, so I’m making one. It launches on March 19 and will run for every Sunday from now until the end of the year. As I have absolutely nothing to do with the production, I’m not going to post articles about it each week unless there’s demand for discussion spaces. It can be found in iTunes, on Stitcher, and in its own RSS feed. It will also be included in the Bureau 42 Master Audio feed, which has already featured the announcement podcast. (This article was waiting for iTunes and Stitcher to catch up.)
This year’s tournament is seeking to find the greatest science fiction novel of all time. The majority of entries were drawn from Hugo and Nebula award nominees and winners. This week’s vote takes place here.
Three years ago, Legendary Pictures revived the Godzilla franchise with their take on The Big G. The film did well enough that it lead Legendary to start up their own Kaiju Cinematic Universe, with Godzilla’s next outing being a big monster battle royale, with Kong joining the Godzilla series staples – but first, we have to unveil this series’ version of Kong.
Note to those who are waiting on reading this review before seeing the film: Stick around through the credits. More…
Mar 09, 2017
While “The Seventh Man” may spend some time setting up the rest of the season, I wouldn’t say the show is slowing down.
The next review will appear at the end of Season Two; here’s a place to discuss the most recent episodes.