robitIn this, the first of many specials, Conor and Luke discuss something that bothers us all, day-to-day, week-to-week, month-to-month and year-to-year.  We’re talking of course, about Robots.  From androids, to cyborgs, to Pet Man and Big Dog, we run the gambit of cybernetic scaries.  Listen, worry and enjoy.

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I, Robt, you robot and we robot, on this week’s Movie Express Podcast! Conor and Luke revisit the Will Smith sci-fi thriller and talk some other robot stuff in the run-up to this year’s Christmas extravaganza.  Enjoy!

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The Horror season takes a week off as Conor and Luke engage in some extended table time action.  Join Bizarro Luke and Conor as they discuss the bad (and excellent) aspects of The Muppets, the mafioso-out-of-water Lilyhammer and Disney’s latest science-fantasy blockbuster John Carter.

Read and watch along at home and prepare for next episode’s Jekyll and Hyde spectacular.

Cheerfully Inaccurate

Of course Andrew Stanton directed Wall-E and Finding Nemo.  Luke was confused with all the commotion. O!

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Wake up! It’s the future and nothing is real, also it’s the future and earth is under attack.  It’s the Wireless Express Show wherein Conor and Luke discuss Battle Los Angeles and The Matrix, fun abounds as the guys discuss steampunk and write a new hit single! Enjoy!

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This week’s featured film is John Sayles’ beautiful western drama Lone Star. For our science fiction season, we caught up with Holly Conrad to talk about her incredible Mass Effect costume project and old school special effects. Table Time sees Luke impressed by The Hard Times of RJ Berger, and Conor won over by the giddy enthusiasm of Amy Poehler in Parks and Recreation. Question time looks at some Dudebros thoughts on what video game remakes we’d like to see, and what franchises we’d like to see revisited.

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(00:00) Intro and Lone Star

(19:55) Science Fiction Season: The Holly Conrad Interview

(37:35) Table Time: The Hard Times Of RJ Berger and Parks and Recreation

(47:39) Question Time: Video game remakes we’d like to see.

Cheerfully Inaccurate

The special effects genius behind the 1933 King Kong was in fact Willis H. O’Brien, and not Edmond O’Brien, star of noir classic D.O.A

Stuff We Mentioned This Week:

The Fifth Element, Men In Black, The Three Burials Of Melquiades Estrada, No Country For Old Men, King Kong, Eight Men Out, Clash Of The Titans, Jason And The Argonauts, Superbad, Kick-Ass, Taxi Driver, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

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This week we celebrate some of Kathryn Bigelow’s earlier work, with Near Dark as the feature and Strange Days as this week’s science fiction film. For Table Time Conor demands a remake of Frankenhooker and Luke gets hot under the collar about regional restrictions. Question Time addresses movie adaptations of video games, noting that if you’ve got to have a Japanese Thunder God in your movie, you should really get a French dude to play him.

Time Stamps

(00:00) Intro and Near Dark

(20:31) Science Fiction Season: Strange Days

(43:31) Table Time: Frankenhooker, Luke’s Regional Restriction Blues

(53:51) Question Time (Greatest Video Game Movie Adaptations)

Cheerfully Inaccurate

The actor who played Homer in Near Dark was Joshua Miller

Stuff We Mentioned This Week:

Aliens, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Pointbreak, Double Indemnity, Femme Fatale, Killing Zoe, Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Doom, Silent Hill, Frankenhooker, Re-Animator, The Man With Two Brains, Tommy Boy, The Hurt Locker, Lost Boys, Texas Chainsaw Massacre

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