Three Cylinder Stardrive

A Glass Spaceship

An episode of Three Cylinder Stardrive

By Roger Colby and Richard Kutz
Roger Colby, science fiction novelist and Richard Kutz, pop culture expert and fanboy deluxe, take you on a raucous journey as they review current pop culture/science fiction topics. Join them for discussions about current science fiction books, shows and video games and laugh along with them as they review most everything fanboy. Each week they will also pick out the "Movie of the Week" for you to watch (or don't watch).
Gojira vs. The Vampire Motorcycle
Our last major movie review: Godzilla, King of Monsters.  From now on we are going to focus on bad movies and retro pilots.  Our movie of the week is "I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle", a cult classic in England starring Anthony Daniels.  
July 1, 2019
Dead Engines
We saw Jim Jarmusch's new film "The Dead Don't Die" and provide a spoiler-free review.  I mean, Iggy Pop has a cameo as a zombie and they didn't even have to make him up that much!  Also, the movie of the week is "Mortal Engines", a somewhat watchable dumpster fire.
June 18, 2019
Superboy Needs a Kryptonite Whuppin'
We talk candidly yet ever non-spoilery about the new James Gunn film "Brightburn".  Movie of the week: Rim of the World... a true dumpster fire if we ever saw one.
June 4, 2019
The Babayaga Hits a Homer
We went to see "John Wick 3" and provide our spoiler-free review, but man... It's AWESOME!  Probably the highest rating we've ever given any film ever.  Go see it.  Also, we discuss this week's Movie of the Week: "Crazy Enough".  It's a crappy Chris Kattan vehicle shot entirely in Oklahoma.
May 21, 2019
Endgame Is Not the End
We finally talk about Avengers: Endgame which has hopefully given you time to see it.  We give a spoiler-free review, discuss the future of the MCU, and then have a spoilery talk about the film but will warn you when we begin.
May 6, 2019
Hellboy Defies the Tomatometer
We saw the new Hellboy reboot and offer our spoiler-free review.  This is another film that Rotten Tomatoes dogged.  Yeah, we love horrible films, but we spend a little time explaining how Rotten Tomatoes sometimes can't be trusted.  
April 24, 2019
All the TV!
We discuss the massive glut of good television both in streaming services and on regular old networks.  There is nearly too much to talk about on this episode, so if you don't watch Game of Thrones and want something good to watch, tune in to this show.
April 16, 2019
We review DC's newest film "Shazam!" and also discuss a little bit about the history of the character as well as his (possibly) greatest villain.  We also talk about the '70's television show by the same name.
April 8, 2019
Marvel at the Captive State
We reviewed Captain Marvel, discussed its many twists and turns and its handshake with the rest of the Marvel universe.  We also saw "Captive State" which basically became our "Movie of the Week".  Find out why by tuning in!
March 18, 2019
We Saw Fred Armisten!
Richard and I went to Tulsa town to see Fred Armisten's "Comedy for Musicians but Everyone Else Is Welcome" show.  We detail how we saw Fred Armisten on the sidewalk outside the venue and many of the funny things that Armisten talked about.  Our retro pilot of the week is "Laser Vision and Jack" a failed Jack Black pilot co-starring Owen Wilson as a talking motorcycle.  
March 5, 2019
Build a New You with Legos
On this episode, Richard reviews "Lego Movie 2" (because Roger didn't have time to see it due to stuff and things) and then we talk about the shows we are enjoying right now and why you should watch them.  Also, our movie of the week is a lovely Blumhouse gem on Hulu called "New Year, New You".  It's a twisty-turny horror film that just takes the premise of "Mean Girls" to it's logical conclusion... if it were directed by a horror director.
February 18, 2019
Wyvern?! Whyyyyyy?!
We devoted an entire episode to our Movie of the Week: "Wyvern" (2009).  It was Don S. Davis's last performance in a film, but we are really scratching our heads over this one.  Tune in and listen to us discuss this amazingly horrible dragon film.  ... or is it a Drake?  ... Or is it a Wyrm.  Not sure because the CGI was so bad.
February 4, 2019
The Punisher Looks Well
We finally finished "The Punisher" season 2 on Netflix.  We provide (as always) a spoiler-free review of it.  What we are more excited about is finding this week's "Retro Pilot Review".  It's a little show that never made it past the pilot, but was written by Conan O'Brien and Robert Smeigel, starring none other than Adam West.  1991's gem of a comedy series pilot: "Lookwell!"
January 29, 2019
A Glass Spaceship
We provide a spoiler-free review of M. Night Shyamalan's "Glass" and discuss the film's place in the trilogy and why it is worth seeing.  GO SEE IT!  Also, our movie of the week is "Space Raiders", a Roger Corman classic that may have inspired Joss Whedon's "Firefly".
January 22, 2019
Aquabro Predicts the Future
We've been away for a while, mainly due to illness, but we've returned to finally review "Aquaman".  We also talk for a bit about films and television that we loved and hated last year.  We also discuss films and television that we are looking forward to viewing and reviewing this year.  
January 14, 2019
Christmas Special 2018
Merry Christmas, true believers!  On this episode we watched three of the worst Christmas specials ever so that you don't have to.  We recommend one of them, though, for the sheer unintentional laugh-factor it produces.  'Cause after all, you need some Christmas cheer.
December 25, 2018
All Things Spiderman!
On this episode we review the newest Spiderman iteration: "Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse". We also discuss the PS4 Spiderman game and why it might be the best game in years. It also brought a tear to Richard's eye.
December 17, 2018
Ralph Breaks Into a House
We lament the fact that Netflix has cancelled nearly all of their Marvel shows... including DAREDEVIL! WHAT? We review "Wreck It Ralph 2" and the movie of the week: "Pulse" from 1988.
December 4, 2018
Nazi Zombies Time Travel
We went to see the new J.J. Abrams produced "Overlord" and offer our spoiler-free review. Our retro pilot of the week is "Time Tunnel"... Not that garbage 2002 reboot, kids! The REAL thing!
November 26, 2018
Agoraphobic Beasts
Happy Thanksgiving! In this episode we review "The Crimes of Grindelwold", a fine family film to entertain everyone. We also review the Movie of the Week: "Flesh and Blood" a Hulu original.
November 21, 2018
Urban Legends About a Hitman
We finished watching season 2 of Amazon Prime's series "Lore". We offer a spoiler-free review. The movie of the week is: "Into the Dark: The Body".
November 5, 2018
Halloween Special Redux
On this special episode we discuss 10 of our favorite unsung horror classics for your Halloween viewing pleasure. Each of us have five and we count them down in no particular order. Also, the Retro-Pilot of the Week is the 90's version of "Dark Shadows". Blecch.
October 31, 2018
Limited Edition Daredevil Doll
We provide a spoiler-free review of Daredevil Season 3 where Kingpin really comes into his own. Also, the Movie of the Week is "Dolls", a Charles Band comedy masterpiece....of sorts.
October 23, 2018
Venom in Space!
We went to see Venom with Tom Hardy, and even though it denies the existence of Spider-Man, we still managed to sit through it and give our surprising spoiler-free review. This week we watched the retro pilot of "Precinct 2040" and provide our summation of it's mid-90's-procedural-cop-drama-in-space goodness.
October 15, 2018
The Predator Needs Vindicating
Well...we went to see "Predator"...and well...we provide our spoiler free review. Movie of the week: "The Vindicator" a Canadian science fiction story about a robotic Frankenstein. You've been warned.
October 1, 2018
Holographic Iron Fist
We finally finished binge-ing "Iron Fist Season 2" and we have a spoiler-free review for your listening pleasure. We also talk about our retro-pilot of the week: "Automan"
September 25, 2018
Battle Beyond Castle Rock
We have a lively discussion about Hulu's "Castle Rock", one from a viewer's perspective and one from a reader's perspective (Roger's read all the books). Movie of the week: "Battle Beyond the Stars" or as we like to call it: "John Boy plays at Luke Skywalker"
September 18, 2018
SNES and a 70's Spider Man
Remember all those great SNES games? Well, we do and we talk about our favorites and what made them great. We also discuss the retro pilot of the week: "Spiderman the TV Show"
September 11, 2018
Jack Ryan and the Lame Star Warrior
We just finished binge-ing "Jack Ryan" on Amazon and wow did we love it. We give a full spoiler-free review and encourage you to SEE IT! Also, we review Movie of the Week: "Dominion: The Last Star Warrior". Get your eagle feathers ready!
September 3, 2018
A Cloak a Dagger and a Graboid
On this episode we discuss the first season of Freeform's "Cloak and Dagger series. We also discuss a wonderfully horrible film: "Tremors: A Cold Day In Hell"
August 27, 2018
Toxic Fans and Singing Cops
In this episode we talk about what might be the causes of toxic fandom and how we can combat this horrible plague. While we're at it, we also discuss a new segment "Retro Pilot Review" by reviewing a retro pilot: "Cop Rock".
August 20, 2018
Omega Doomed
Oh my goodness, we just sat through "Omega Doom" with Rutger Hauer, a post-apocalyptic robot film where every movement has foley of power drills being revved up. At least there was lots of footage of bald eagles for some reason.
August 13, 2018
A Hodge Podge of the Things
In this episode we talk about New World Comic Con, Castle Rock, Stephen King, Kingdom Hearts World Orchestra Tour, Better Call Saul and the movie of the week: Netflix's "Extinction"
August 4, 2018
Four Score and Seven SDCC's Ago
We discuss all the interesting things that came out of the San Diego Comic Con (i.e. trailers and announcements), give a brief review of Hulu's "Castle Rock" and then discuss the movie of the week: "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter".
July 27, 2018
Equalizing the Virtual Reality
We just finished watching the Denzel Washington action film "The Equalizer 2" and Roger goes into his love of the original series upon which it is based. They provide a spoiler-free review, knowing that McCall might come to their house and exact vengeance if they don't. Movie of the week: "Otherlife", a Netflix stinker.
July 21, 2018
Giant Bugs and Jackie Earl Haley
We provide a spoiler-free review of Marvel's "Ant Man and the Wasp", talk about how it fits into the MCU and then discuss the movie of the week: "Damnation Alley".
July 16, 2018
Sweet Christmas!
Well, we finished season 2 of Luke Cage and we are here to talk about it. Could have done without the granny/grandchild age relationship, but it was pretty cool. Movie of the week: "Cargo".
July 9, 2018
Dinos and Killbots
We provide a spoiler-free review of the latest Amblin Entertainment vehicle: "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" for you... and we had such fun at the movies. We also discuss the Movie of the Week, a Netflix film entitled "Tau" with Gary Oldman as a spooky artificial intelligence voice.
July 3, 2018
A Legion of Bad Bots
We just finished watching Legion season 2 and we are completely blown away by it. Tune in as we talk about the series in a spoiler-free manner and try to convince you to watch it. We also talk about the crap-storm that is the Transformers franchise.
June 24, 2018
Video Game Violence Won't Kill Birds
On this episode we discuss whether or not there is any credence to video game violence being responsible for real-world violence. We also discuss the movie of the week: "Dead Birds"
June 18, 2018
Upgrading to a Freak
If you haven't seen "Upgrade", the newest science fiction film from the creators of "Saw", you need to. It's pretty great! We talk about why it's so great on this episode. Also, we discuss the movie of the week, a film starring Bill & Ted, "Freaked". (Even though Keanu Reeves isn't credited.
June 12, 2018
Solo You Can't Hear Us
We provide a spoiler-free review of "Solo: A Star Wars Story" and that sends us down the rabbit hole about Star Wars movies in general. We also review the movie of the week, the most depressing vehicle for Arnold ever: "Aftermath".
June 3, 2018
Memorial for a Ninja Bat
In this episode we first honor our Veterans on Memorial Day, but we also mourn the demise of some of our favorite TV shows which were cancelled. The movie of the week is: "Batman Ninja".
May 28, 2018
Deadpool Reads a Banned Book
In this episode we provide a spoiler-free review of "Deadpool 2" and then we discuss the movie of the week: HBO's "Fahrenheit 451". We spend a little extra time on the movie of the week because we really believe that the film should have been a miniseries. Tune in to find out why.
May 21, 2018
Flush the Loot Box Down the Demon Hole
Richard is so tired of video game companies releasing games only to bait-and-switch us with game content you have to purchase after buying the game. Also Loot Boxes. Check out this episode for a rant on these topics. Also...Movie of the Week is "Demon Hole".
May 14, 2018
Avengers Disassemble!
We saw "Avengers: Infinity War" but we know that some of you probably haven't seen it and some of you have. We decided to offer the best of both worlds so we will offer a spoiler-free review complete with a box office breakdown because this thing has broken some HUGE records. We then offer our Movie of the Week: "Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay" followed by our spoilery review where we discuss several aspects of the film and what they might mean.
May 7, 2018
Danger, Will Robinson!
In this episode we review the Netflix series treatment of "Lost In Space", where Dr. Smith is not the Dr. Smith you are used to. We also tell you about a horrific waste of celluloid called "2307: Winter Dreams".
April 30, 2018
Contempcon and Evil Robots
We attended a local free convention ("Contempcon") which was a comic book and art convention here in Oklahoma City. Roger learned that he could network with some pretty talented people and Richard was just glad the thing was free. We hung out with artist Jerry Bennett and talked to Jeff Provine, editor of Okie Comics. Movie of the week: "Revolt".
April 23, 2018
Podcast Special: Our Friend "Kurt"
On this special episode, we do a solid for a friend. "Kurt" is a Uygur from East Turkistan, a place where the Chinese are perpetrating atrocities of holocaust level on this noble people. "Kurt" gives us an eye-witness account of the horrors being committed by the Chinese government and also what you can do to help with the humanitarian effort. We know this show isn't about science-fiction or pop culture, but we love "Kurt" so much and want the world to know about what is not being reported in the news.
April 16, 2018
A Quiet Place Called G.O.R.A.
This week's show features our new special guest! "Kurt" is a refugee who became a citizen in 2011. He will be sharing his story next week and you need to tune in to listen to that for sure. He went to see "A Quiet Place" with us, and we also review a Turkish film (Movie of the Week) "G.O.R.A.". Be sure to tune in next week when "Kurt" tells us about the atrocities occurring in his home country and what you can do about it. Yeah, this isn't really science fiction or geek culture, but it's important to us because we love "Kurt!"
April 8, 2018
Surfing the Oasis With the Scooby Gang
In this episode we review the latest Supernatural episode "Scoobynatural", the new Steven Spielberg film based on Ernest Cline's best selling novel "Ready Player One" and then a real Netflix stinker called "The Titan". Watch that one after you wake up from a nap and have to be somewhere in a few hours and just need something on for noise.
April 2, 2018
A Megaforce of McDonald's Toys
In this episode we talk about our new podcast host, the release of Roger's new book and website and the McDonald's and Burger King toys of old. (They don't make 'em like they used to). Movie of the week: Megaforce!
March 26, 2018
Jessica Jones Uppercuts Satan
Roger's new book "The Shibboleth Code" is now available on Amazon! We also provide a spoiler-free review of season 2 of "Jessica Jones". The movie of the week: "Jaws of Satan"
March 20, 2018
Annihilate the Rendel Vengeance
In this episode we provide a spoiler-free review of the Natalie Portman horror/science fiction weirdness that is "Annihilation". Our movie of the week is "Rendel: Dark Vengeance".
March 12, 2018
Oscar Needs More Cute Killer Monkeys
Who needs the Oscars? We don't. We don't care a lick about the Oscars. What we do care about are horribly made films, and the Comet network is about to have a marathon of horrible movies tomorrow night. We preview th
March 3, 2018
The Tick Meets Ye Olde Batman
In this episode we provide a spoiler-free review of the last 6 episodes of "The Tick" and "Gotham by Gaslight"
February 26, 2018
Black Panther Goes Hiking in Sweden
On this episode we provide an honest, spoiler-free review of Black Panther. Our movie of the week is a Netflix Original: "The Ritual"
February 18, 2018
Hidden Gems
We discuss four shows that are what we call "hidden gems". They are shows that are really good that you might have missed. Dollar Rental of the Week: Before I Wake
February 12, 2018
Quit Being Gross in the Bronx
Touchy subject, but we are really tired of surprise porn being dropped into our television series without warning. It doesn't drive the story along, and we really don't like it. Dollar Rental of the Week: The Bronx War
February 3, 2018
Dollar Rental Predictions 2018
We predict the films coming out in 2018 that will be Dollar Rentals of the Week. We also review our real one: House of 7 Corpses
January 28, 2018
Gone Too Soon
Have you ever watched a great show only to see it cancelled after only one season? Well, we have, and we list some of the greatest of these series and discuss what made them great: the writing. If we missed any, be sur
January 20, 2018
Mulder & Scully Investigate the Stuff
The truth is out there, or at least in here, but we promise to tell the truth about the X-Files newest season. We discuss our favorite sci-fi drama both past and present and where we think it will go from here. Dollar
January 15, 2018
Looking Forward to 2018!
We give you the lowdown on all the new films and television show coming out in 2018...and there are a lot of them. It's gonna be a good year for nerds!
January 7, 2018
2017 Retrospective!
In this one hour special, we touch on all the good and bad in geek media in 2017 as well as our top picks for the best and worst...for what it's worth.
January 1, 2018
Christmas Special 2017!
On our first Christmas special we talk about all of our favorite Christmas specials of the past. Merry Christmas!
December 24, 2017
Review: The Last Jedi
We provide a completely spoiler-free review of "Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi". We give this review from a fanboy and writer's perspective.
December 17, 2017
Clash of the Comic Book Companies
There is a Great War brewing, but we think we know who the winner might be. No, we're not talking about North Korea. We're talking about the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Film Universe. What are each company do
December 10, 2017
Ray Harryhausen
We toured the Ray Harryhausen exhibit at the local science museum and we spend the show talking about what we saw and what we learned. Dollar Rental of the Week: Golden Voyage of Sinbad
December 4, 2017
One Dark Night in the Twilight Zone
If anyone loves Rod Serling's Twilight Zone it's us. We spend this episode talking about our favorite episodes, some insight into this classic series and generally honoring the career of Rod Serling. Dollar Rental of t
November 25, 2017
Brainstorming About Fan Theories
Have you ever had a fan theory about one of your favorite shows? Well, on this episode we talk about several of them. Dollar Rental of the Week: Brainstorm
November 21, 2017
The Misadventures of Korg
We provide a spoiler-free review of "Thor: Ragnarok" and explain why we think Korg deserves his own spin-off movie. We also discuss our Dollar Rental of the Week: Hands of Steel
November 13, 2017
Stranger Things and Curses
We provide a spoiler-free review of season 2 of Stranger Things. We also discuss our Dollar Rental of the Week: "Curse of the Wolfman"
November 6, 2017
Halloween Amicus Style
On our first Halloween episode, we discuss the little known anthology films created by the Amicus film company in the 60's and 70's. These films are worth your time this Halloween, serving up short stories of horror usi
October 31, 2017
Handing the Reigns to the Terrordactyl
This week's topic: Should older franchises be handed over to younger creators? Dollar rental of the week: Terrordactyl
October 22, 2017
Reading Books to Bubba Ho Tep
With the expected release date of "Ready Player One" just a few months away, we thought we'd talk about all the books that would be great movies. Hopefully Hollywood is listening...probably not... but maybe YOU will! W
October 15, 2017
The Horror of Unwanted Sequels
Have you ever watched an anticipated sequel to one of your favorite films only to slog through a horrific mess? Today's show discusses that very thing: horrific or unwanted sequels. ...and one of them is the Dollar Ren
October 8, 2017
Pennywise is a Terrible Guest
We provide for your listening pleasure a spoiler-free review of "Stephen King's IT" starring Bill Skarsgaard. Dollar Rental of the Week: The Guest
October 2, 2017
Bubba Don't Make No Book Movies
We love good books, but when good books are turned into horrible films, it causes our ire to rise. We talk about some bad films here, bad films made about great books. Just read the book. Also, Dollar Rental of the We
September 23, 2017
Two Trolls in a Theater of Blood
Don't you hate trolls? No, not the troll dolls, but people who troll around the internet or conventions being a general jerk to everyone and giving all fanboys a bad name. We air our grievances. Also, Dollar Rental of
September 15, 2017
We Meet Ernie Hudson!
We were invited to the Deaconess Hospital Adoption Fund Raiser and the guest speaker was Ernie Hudson. On this episode we talk about our experience, meeting Ernie, and just how awesome he is. Also, the Dollar Rental of
September 11, 2017
The Tick Hacks the Interwebs
We watched the first 6 episodes of Amazon's "The Tick" series and we are going to review it for you...spoiler free of course! Also, we talk about this week's Dollar Rental of the Week: Hackers
September 3, 2017
The Tick Comes to Arlen
In this episode we talk about one of our favorite creators: Mike Judge. We start with his humble beginnings creating the "Milton" short to his days creating one of the best cartoons around "King of the Hill". Dollar Re
August 27, 2017
Rotten Tomatoes for Groundhog Day
Have you ever been steered wrong by Rotten Tomatoes? Sure you have! On this episode we discuss this problem and ways you can choose a good movie without using the Tomatometer so much. You can actually still use it, bu
August 20, 2017
Throw the Bad Action Figure in the Void
Ever get an action figure and wish you didn't? How about Skunk-man, He-Man's minor nemesis? Or April's Boss from TMNT? ...Why??? On this show we discuss all the horrible action figures we remember from childhood. Al
August 13, 2017
Ren & Stimpy vs. Septic Man
On this hilarious episode, we discuss the works of Ralph Bakshi and John Kricfaluci as well as our Dollar Rental of the Week: Septic Man
August 6, 2017
Christopher Nolan is Resplendent
We just saw "Dunkirk", but instead of spoiling it we decided to convince you to see it by talking about Christopher Nolan's film career. We also feature Roger's son, Conner, who has his own budding film career. You can
July 30, 2017
My Spider-Man Halloween Costume
Have you seen "Spider-Man: Homecoming" yet? Well, we hope you have, because we are going to talk about it. Dollar Rental of the Week: "Tales of Halloween"
July 24, 2017
Blomkamp Rides a Demon Car
We discuss Neil Blomkamp's new YouTube channel "Oats Studios", because if you haven't checked it out yet you definitely need to. Dollar Rental of the Week: "The Car" with James Brolin
July 17, 2017
Saul Goodman Rides a Bronco
Hopefully you finished season 3 of "Better Call Saul" because we are going to talk about it...we just can't hold it in. We also discuss some theories about where the show is going and also Richard's amazing prediction w
July 10, 2017
Wonder Woman Isn't Bad Taste
We discuss the amazing film "Wonder Woman", namely what we liked about it, what made it work. We thought the ending needed a bit of work, and we will explain why. Dollar Rental of the Week: Bad Taste by Peter Jackson.
July 2, 2017
SoonerCon 26 Recap
We recount our trip to SoonerCon 26 and how Roger used the opportunity to further his writing career and Richard helped the podcast get in touch with a bunch of other local podcasts just like us! We also talk about the
June 26, 2017
Preaching to the Last Samurai
Season 2 of Preacher hits AMC next week, and we recap season one for you and then discuss what might happen in season 2. Dollar Rental of the Week: Hyruken: The Last Samurai
June 18, 2017
Some Monkeying Around With Keifer
We talk "12 Monkeys" the series and how it stacks up against the Terry Gilliam film. We also discuss the film "Forsaken" where father and son Sutherland show us that the old west is still pretty cool. And Roger makes a
June 11, 2017
Logan in the Wasteland
We discuss the film "Logan" and specifically the black and white version. What made it work? What were its flaws? We also discuss the Dollar Rental of the Week: "The Day After" - in all it's raw-horse-eating glory.
June 4, 2017
A Single Groot
What made "Guardians 2" such a good film? Characters! We discuss the character driven story and specifically what Guardians 2 got right. We also mourn the passing of Chris Cornell by talking about the film "Singles"
May 29, 2017
Send the Executives to Hollows Grove
We spend some considerable time in this episode ranting about Sony specifically, but basically we discuss the problems of executives side-lining writers on film projects. We also discuss the film "Hollows Grove", a film
May 21, 2017
Everybody Was Kung Fu Farming
We absolutely love "Into the Badlands", a show we like to call "Kung Fu & Farmers". We talk about what makes the show work and how the many cool plot twists have kept us coming back for more. Also, we discuss "Hunter/P
May 14, 2017
Checking Out Demon Sharks
Today we enter the office and complete our final check out of the Bates Motel. We'll talk about all things Norman Bates (and Norma...aren't they one in the same?) and what we thought of the entire series. The Dollar Re
May 8, 2017
Of Dogs and Melting Men
Why would someone exploit poor Carrie Fischer's dog? Wizard World will! We also talk about other dogs, namely the poor dog in Peter Cline's new book "The Fold". We also discuss the Dollar Rental of the Week: "The Incr
April 30, 2017
Time Travel Rock Star
In this episode we talk about Stephen King's "11/22/63", both the novel and the Hulu series. We discuss the differences between the two and also Stephen King's unique take on time travel which allows him to avoid those
April 23, 2017
Game Crashing 80's Ninjas
Ever buy a highly anticipated game only to be a select few who are not able to play it due to a factory error? Well, this podcast is for you. We discuss "Horizon Zero Dawn" and Roger's horrible ordeal with trying to pl
April 16, 2017
In this introductory episode, Roger Colby and Richard Kutz talk about what the podcast will be about (namely reviewing and discussing current pop culture and science fiction/fantasy shows, movies, books and video games)
April 8, 2017
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