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Bringing in Dee Flowered, the Doris Day of dropping trou, for our continuing month of films that are not sci-fi. Matt wanted to do this from, like, episode two, but found an excuse right abouts now. You can learn more about Dee by searching for our regular Gonzoriffic vibe, or by looking here: https://www.facebook.com/DeeFloweredComedicBurlesque ht…
 
Welcome to the Celluloid Sanctuary! For the month of May, we'll be covering a few films that are definitely NOT sci-fi. We're starting up the engine to cover the quintessential March-December romance film. To be honest, I'm not sure if there are others. Today's guest is a regular, Andrew Shearer. You can see what he's up to with his filmmaking over…
 
Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happen to be hearing us, really. If you're keen to listen to this podcast, Luke goes all Monster Hunter all the time at the Monster Mash: https://monstermash.transistor.fm/ Matt's music can be found here: https://rovingsagemedia.b…
 
Ken Ammi joins us again. He's written a truly impressive number of books (three this year alone!) and gives presentations on topics such as religion, pop culture, and the occult. Themes that obviously tie pretty well in this one. Have a deep dive into his worldview at his website: http://truefreethinker.com/ Please do rate, review, and subscribe us…
 
While Matt has his temporal/attention span crisis, we've got Luke's old buddy Dominic Archer to make some sense out of things. He's also game to blast your eyeballs will comic images. Ready... set... link!! https://www.dominicarchercomics.com/ Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube.…
 
In the guest chair this week is Jonathan Liang, who spent many a car ride around the time of the millenium doing Matt and Jo-Na-Thon's Sci-Fi Sanctuary. None of that is on tape. But this is! Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happen to be hearing us, really. Luke i…
 
If you'd like to see what Rod Roddenberry is up to these days, watch Star Trek. He's taken up the family business and is an executive producer on all of the modern series. He is also the ring-leader of a fantastic series of science fiction podcasts (with a heavy Trek focus) over at this link: https://podcasts.roddenberry.com/ Please do like, subscr…
 
Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happen to be hearing us, really. Luke is getting back into extensively talking about monsters, and you will want to hear him here - especially if you are into Monster https://monstermash.transistor.fm/ Matt's music can be found he…
 
Tom is a British journalist who has written for Atlantic Today, The Independent, Newsweek, The Mirror, and the list goes on. His focus is a objective look at the military-industrial complex's influence on cinema and he co-wrote a fantastic book called "National Security Cinema," which focuses on that very thing. Get into his work at his Spy Culture…
 
Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happen to be hearing us, really. Luke is getting back into extensively talking about monsters, and you will want to hear him here - especially if you are into Monster https://monstermash.transistor.fm/ Matt's music for this episod…
 
We're using Noah as a springboard to get into all the bits and bobs that revolve around flood stories the world round. We are generally an audio podcast, but today's guest David Mathisen has some images to share with you, and you can get into it with the raw video here: https://youtu.be/ium9ArENjF0 Then, why not get into David Mathisen's work a bit…
 
Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happen to be hearing us, really. Luke is getting back into extensively talking about monsters, and you will want to hear him here - especially if you are into Monster https://monstermash.transistor.fm/ Matt has not yet released th…
 
Joining us is returning guest John Champion. He's well steeped in 70's sci-fi weirdness from here to Bond, and takes the deepest dive into all things Star Trek here: https://www.missionlogpodcast.com/ The role of Luke today is mostly played by Mark Malek. Matt screwed up the schedule, so Mark is pinch-hitting. Hopefully he's put some music of his o…
 
It seems the older the movie, the more ribald our conversation gets. This one is from 1936 - you have been warned. Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happen to be hearing us, really. Luke is getting back into extensively talking about monsters, and you will want to…
 
We done like us some monster flicks in the Sanctuary, and this is one of the better ones Hollywood has produced. Joining us is Jake Rockatasky, who looks into the cult-like nature of a movement so controversial I'm not going to put the name in the description. It's probably all for naught since it's in the link, though: https://www.qanonanonymous.c…
 
Don't be fooled by the smell of early 1960's sci-fi cheeze - if you dig in you'll find concepts that are not just ahead of its time, but even ahead of Philip K. Dick. You likely haven't seen this one, but through the magic of YouTube and public domain, you should first give this early taste of sci-fi A.I. at the following link: https://www.youtube.…
 
We get into the next step of Marty McFly's time tripping - all those whiplash time currents that make up this pop culture bonanza. Hoverboards, Pepsi Perfects, and 1989 Trump impersonation fuel this time trip. Joining us is Taylor Morden. Last year, during the initial 2020 lockdown, he organized Project 88, wherein people in quarantine recreated th…
 
Continuing our trek through Trek this week. Aging actors, creepy mind violations, and knee nuts are among our deep dives for this final voyage of the original cast.Joining us is James Farley, a co-host from the Computer Game Show Podcast. Actual the second of those guys to head into the Sanctuary. You’ll find that podcast here and do dig around on …
 
Full disclosure - this film is not our geek niche, though we give full and due respect to that niche (at least until the sequel). In fact - this turned out to be Matt's first viewing of the film. So, to balance the scales, we've got a guest, Jonathan Meville, who has fully immersed himself in the making of this cult classic. He recently published a…
 
"How about the space trip?" Space trip will be realized in the near future. As Apollo landed before for 30 years or more in the moon. you may do the mystical experience. We will offer a wonderful reception then. "Have a good trip!" (transcribed from a Japanese mall travel agency many a year ago) Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things…
 
Ending our monster month with a whole lot of them damn bugs. Gotta kill them all!! That or get into all the socio-facist implications of this under the radar satire, which is far more fun to do in podcast form. To get all this rolling on the right track, we have today's guest, Tom Secker. Tom is a British journalist who has written for Atlantic Tod…
 
Christmas bonus for you!! It may be television, but it rates with any of the Trek films. And we can do this because it's chronologically before Star Trek VI. Even better, we've got one of the story writers, Eric Stilwell, on as a guest. Along with writing this, he served as a production assistant and script coordinator for TNG, so the man has some …
 
Gimmie your Christmas!! You can say it's not sci-fi, but let's not forget Turbo Man, jetpacks, and the fact that Arnold Schwarzenegger exists is pretty sci-fi. Matt used to bum around on Christmas with guest Mark Malek while they both ignored their families, so he seemed like good fit here. See him bury himself or something in this year's Quaranste…
 
While this is the most recent place to get your monster action - we're not sure it's the best. Nevertheless, there are quite a few monsters to discuss here. A bit of a weird one for us with Matt beaming in his end of the audio from the day room of a Japanese hospital - I guess that's fitting for a Godzilla flick. Please do like, subscribe, and rate…
 
We're continuing our plunge into the monstrous this month with this medium sized monster - a Diddy Kong if you will. It's a weird mismash of 30's film styles which is strangely also a direct sequel to King Kong. Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happen to be heari…
 
We're kicking of our monster month at the Sci-fi Sanctuary with this one. It features those weird, off-brand, pre-Jurassic Park dinosaurs, but at least they've been animated by the legendary Ray Harryhausen. As an added side tangent, this is probably the closest we're going to get on covering "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood." Please do like, subscri…
 
Lots of "metas" to wade through with Jim Carrey's first notable foray into a more dramatic role. We think a few Deep Thoughts, consider what it takes to make a satisfying life. and hold the film up to the mirror of Gnosticism. And who better to join us on that journey than writer, podcaster, and deep diver into all things Gnostic, Miguel Conner. Yo…
 
This one is a groundbreaking, early sci-fi feature - but it's also a mighty dry affair and serves up a heaping pile of 1950's weird racism. Matt and Luke try to unpack the ins and outs of this George Pal film about the end of the world. Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherev…
 
It's the Trek film so bad it's been effectively booted out of canon. But is it really that bad? Once we did our best to get past William Shatner's admittedly entertaining ego, we had a rollicking time and got into those deep questions about if we "need our pain," and "What does God need with a starship?" Joining us for the ride is Scott Atkinson, w…
 
A year ago we watched Dark Fate, had a chat, and said we'd get back to it and T2 in a year's time. We stand by our word, homeslices. And here we are with T2 and the next major bullet point in our ongoing cavalcade of Arnold. Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happe…
 
Here's the Thing. Like, literally - we're talking about the Thing. Y'know - for our spooky October. Luke has always seen it as a seminal sci-fi/horror, while Matt had been afraid to watch it, but now he loves it. Then there is Henrique Couto - director of spooky movies and narrator of spooky podcasts. He's got a fair amount to say about "The Thing,…
 
What’s this? Luke’s other podcast, Monster Mash, is making its triumphant return?This is the comeback episode of Monster Mash, a podcast about the monsters from the Monster Hunter videogames. The podcast disappeared when Luke moved to Japan but it is back!It’s been slightly over two years but, energised by the announcement of Monster Hunter Rise we…
 
The Sci-fi Sanctuary is getting a couple weeks spooky for this Octoberfest starting with "Re-Animator." The Webster's Dictionary defines "re-animate" as to animate again. At least I assume it does - gI didn't actually check or anything. Also, Jeffery Combs. And Andrew Shearer. He basically replaces Luke in this one since Luke was busy trying to bec…
 
We've got a metaphysical, Hugh Jackman-sized puzzle box this week for you to solve with your interdimensional mind. All that, and some ruminations on Buddhism to get your thunker thinking - or better yet, not thinking. Today, we will talk about the iconic movie, "The Fountain", with Buddhist author, Von Galt. Von's recently released book, "Buddhist…
 
Gettin' your sexyback with JT in this high-concept sci-fi set in a dystopian world where everyone's time to live is literally ticking down own their forearms. Luckly, Matt, Luke, and guest Ricky had plenty of time to get into the details of this one. Especially the classic car details. Ricky Varandas is the host of the Ripple Effect podcast, which …
 
Wrapping up 80's sci-fi/comedy month with a film that is, of course, a full-on genre sci-fi that manages to deftly jump into those comedy waters. Yes, it is the Star Trek that bonk bonks you on the head about the whales and treats you to some colourful metaphors. Joining us for this romp is an away team from the fantastic Star Trek podcast Women at…
 
As our 80's comedy sci-fi month continues, Matt and Luke get deep behind the zen philosophy of Bill and Ted with this dive into their first few films. That, and we make jokes of questionable taste which may or may not be funny (why not comment and review!). And yes - we will be following up with the new one in the soon-soon.Please do like, subscrib…
 
Rolling through our sci-fi comedy month is this duo of films that are as 80's as you can get. There may have been Wall-E, and 80's Robot, but Johnny Five was first - unless we count the NES's R.O.B. and some early industrial robotics.Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever …
 
We've seemed to have stumbled a bit into a sci-fi comedy month - we'll be getting to Short Circuit and the Bill & Ted films (including the new one) later this month. This one doesn't seem so sci-fi on the surface, but once you consider the genetic experiment resulting in the twins, and that weird engine in the boot of the car, it gets a pass in the…
 
It's astounding!! There's nothing more of a cult film than this one. It may have "horror" in the title, but it is far from lacking in science fiction double feature tropes. Matt may have made it to about 20 midnight screenings of this one, but returning guest Andrew Shearer went so many more times playing Riff Raff as part of the cast that would go…
 
Star Trek III is that one hanging on back at the party. You probably wouldn't notice them much, but if you strike up a conversation, you may be in for a good time. I hope we managed that here. Today's guest is Larry Nemecek, who straight up owns the name "Dr. Trek." He wrote the literal book on TNG in the 90's, is a consultant for a myriad of thing…
 
In 2002, it all seemed so fantastically dystopian. But in 2020, it comes across more like reality spiced with a few gallows humor anachronisms. We get deep into the dark vibe that pulses from the heart of this Steven Spielberg/Tom Cruise jam.And we've got the right man to get that weird with us. Charlie Robinson is the author of the encyclopedia of…
 
This Beatles flick is more bizarrely fantastical than science fiction, but today's guest certainly has some serious sci-fi cred. Dan Richter is at the center of a Venn diagram of the grooviest art of the 1960's. He played Moonwatcher, the lead ape in the opening Dawn of Man sequence in "2001: A Space Odyssey," and yes, we get back to that for a bit…
 
SWEAR TO ME YOU WILL LISTEN TO THIS PODCAST!!! We will be getting to more Nolan films, but this is the last of our 2020 Nolan month, which ends without a new Nolan film. We get into militarized police, suicidal caterpillars, and loud bug noises. Maybe Matt should have chosen a nice snowy temple to record in like the League of Shadows' instead of th…
 
The original idea was so do a Nolan month that would be capped off by Christopher Nolan’s new sci-fi, “Tenant.” In our weird world, that one has been pushed back to mid-September or more, but we’re rolling the ball anyway with 2010 action-blasting epic puzzle box, “Inception.” Joining us today is Santiago Velasquez, who played in a punk rock band w…
 
This week we’ve decided to add some class to an intellectually superior sci-fi film, but Matt and Luke are not the ones up for that job. Fortunately, we do have Dr. Erin Macdonald on the microphone, who is fully qualified to go deep into things like gravitational waves and the different zones of black holes. She is currently science advising for - …
 
Gotta Go Fast!!! - in this somewhat shorter episode of the Sci-Fi Sanctuary. How does the world of Sonic turn out in this film? Can Jim Carey still be properly wacky? We answer these questions and more in this second episode of the Dreamcast vs. GameCube Challenge! Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple …
 
Luke loves Pokemon and is an expert on the topic. Matt played a few minutes of HeartGold ten years ago. Thus, we enter the world of Detective Pikachu with wildly different perspectives. Hear how it all works out in this first episode in our Dreamcast vs. GameCube challenge! Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitte…
 
I think we’ve already made it clear that this is an Arnold positive podcast, and this one is about as Arnold as you can get. Director Paul Verhoven went as ultraviolent as possible (unless you count some of his other films), and we dive down into the nitty-gritty of this Martian civilizing, blood squib blasting, and absolutely tripped out mind-frag…
 
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