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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 53: Roger Moore

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 53: Roger Moore

This week Elizabeth and Leland give a great tribute to the James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore. The second of only a few actors to play the world’s best spy: James Bond. They go over all seven of Moore’s Bond films and talk about the music, the action, villains and all the Bond Girls stupid names. Please download and enjoy.  Read On

Movie Issues: Vampire Movies for Halloween

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Movie Issues: Vampire Movies for Halloween

Oh the vampire flicks, ya just can’t escape them. Their one of the oldest themes in cinema history. Beginning with Robert G. Vignola’s 1913 film, The Vampire. The world has been waiting to be seduced by the vampire ever since. As the sink their teeth into movies and TV still to this day, the vampire is a pop culture icon that is ever living. Read On

Movie Issues: A View To A Kill

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Movie Issues: A View To A Kill

We wanted to start the New Year off with a bang, and nobody causes bigger bangs better than James Bond. This week Leland and Spooky go forth into the world of spy action and watch 1985s A View To A Kill.

This movie has it all: Action, sex, adventure, a bleach-blonde Christopher Walken. What more could you want?

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Topics of discussion include Roger Moore’s age and why Grace Jones could be the scariest cyborg in the world today. Once within, can we escape the unique madness of the Bond-verse?

Hope your New Year is off to a bang!

Best Movies and TV for Christmas

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Best Movies and TV for Christmas

Hey there guys! I hope this Christmas season is treating you well. I trust everyone is finding time to sit down with family and friends and enjoy some good food, drink, and some good movies. Just like with my Halloween movie and TV suggestions, I’m going to break down some awesome geeky Christmas movies and TV that should not be missed this holiday.

Of course everyone has their favorites, and they shouldn’t be missed either. “Christmas Story”, “ Nightmare Before Christmas” and “Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer” are always on some of the big ones this time of year, and they are all great.

But my family and I roll a little different. I hope some of these suggestions make it into your holiday this year.

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