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Review: Ghostbusters

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Review: Ghostbusters

There hasn’t been a movie in a while that caused more controversy over nothing than the new Ghostbusters. The who, what, why and hows of the announcement made headlines around the world. Well the movie has been released and we finally get to see what all the drama was about. And guess what? It was over nothing. This new version of Ghostbusters is fun, hilarious, and a great addition to an already loved franchise.

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 25: Star Trek Fandom Super Crew

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 25: Star Trek Fandom Super Crew

This week Elizabeth and Leland take all their favorite fandoms and mix and match them into a Star Trek Super Crew! It’s strange, it makes no sense and it was super fun. So please download and enjoy as they each justify why and who they picked for their crew and then do some mild Keiko O’Brien bashing, because…it’s Keiko.  Read On

Review: The Purge: Election Year

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Review: The Purge: Election Year

With the current political climate of Democrats and Republicans at each other’s throats and mass-shootings happening so often people barely seem shocked anymore, it should come as no surprise that a third Purge movie comes during an election year. Especially this election year, which feels like a precursor to an actual Purge. So give it up for the “life imitates art, art imitates life” scenario with The Purge: Election Year.

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 23: Blade Runner

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 23: Blade Runner

This week the team talks about AI that becomes self-aware, especially in the Blade Runner film. We talk about they hows and why within the film and how Ridley Scott visuals are still so amazing. We also talk some Disney AI, some Star Trek and say good-bye to Anton Yelchin. The young actor who’s life was taken away far too early.  Read On

Review: Finding Dory

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Review: Finding Dory

It has been 13 years since we first went on a life or death journey with Marlin and Dory as they searched for the missing clown fish, Nemo, in 2003’s Finding Nemo. It’s arguably one of the best Disney/Pixar films. So it should come as no surprise that Finding Dory is just as good, if not better, than its predecessor. What could have been a cash grab sequel with no value ends up being a movie about self-discovery, family and love.

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