Lost in Sci Fi

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

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

Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 19: Firefly

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 19: Firefly

This week Leland and Elizabeth get way lost in Joss Whedon’s “space western” show, Firefly. The little show that was taken way too early but got itself a movie and huge fan base. The crew breaks down their favs: characters and episodes. It’s a fun episode filled with lots of love towards the show, and towards Nathan Fillion himself, and how we’re still mad about Wash. So please download and huzzah with us.  Read On

Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 18: Mutants

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 18: Mutants

This week Leland and Elizabeth talk all about Mutants. The X-Men specifically. Who their favorites are, bad or good, what powers they’d like, and then they give all the love to Magneto, both old and young. The relive their youth, remembering how cool that X-Men number one was. You know the one, we all had it. Hell we all still have it. So please download and enjoy.  Read On

Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 17: Soylent Green

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 17: Soylent Green

This week Elizabeth and Leland start talking about the sci-fi classic Soylent Green but the conversation devolves into talking about all sorts of terrible things that can happen to society in a dystopian future: poverty, ghettos, cannibalism, disease, etc. All the fun stuff we have to deal with in all future dystopian sci-fi flicks. So please download and you can find out how far you’d fall before human is on the menu.  Read On