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New Satellite Show Episode 8: Xmas Office Party

The Panel gathers around the Yule log to tell tales of Christmas yore and delight fans with old standards and new favorites. The Yulemala classic “The Night They Saved Christmas” sheds new light on the origins of Yakmala. Peter O’Toole … Continue reading

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Yakmala: Prometheus

As a kid, no mystery of cinema tantalized me more than the elephant alien in the dick chair.  You know, from Alien?  The doomed astronauts of the Nostromo find him sitting there on the aforementioned dick chair, looking into the … Continue reading

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The Best Movies Never Made: Brometheus

Director Ridley Scott Writer Ridley Scott, Damon Lindelof, and Jeff Probst Starring Josh Brolin, Pierce Brosnan, Emily Browning, Brock Lesnar Synopsis A hovering spacecraft that looks almost exactly like a luxury Hummer leaves Earth. A single humanoid alien (Brock Lesnar) … Continue reading

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On the Hot Seat with Ridley Scott

So, due to family obligations and a few oddly timed assignments for CBR, I am without a wonderfully prepared article for the week I know. I’m a huge disappointment. Luckily, that leaves me open to grouse a little bit more … Continue reading

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Epimetheus

Erik didn’t want to talk about Prometheus. At all. But that’s okay, because I will. Prometheus is the feel-good comedy of the year. Some of you who haven’t seen it might be searching desperately for the exit button right now … Continue reading

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A Few Disclaimers About Ridley Scott

Now, we’re not going to talk about Prometheus. In fact, we’re not going to talk about Prometheus at all. No, we’re not going there. Instead, it’s time to pile on director Ridley Scott. I’m endlessly fascinated by the man because … Continue reading

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