Yesssss! As promised, Kyle's back with guest and massive Star Wars aficionado Amy Ratcliffe to do commentary on episodes 12 and 13 of Star Wars Rebels season one, "Rebel Resolve" and "Fire Across the Galaxy." Join us, follow along, enjoy!
Well, it's been a few weeks, but why not keep the Star Wars talk going? Kyle can't get it out of his mind!!! This week, he's joined in studio by writer, podcaster, and Star Wars fan extraordinaire, Amy Ratcliffe, to discuss both The Force Awakens (maybe you've heard of it) and Star Wars Rebels, because they're both awesome as all hell!
Next week, a commentary of the final two episodes of Rebels season 1! Join us for that.
It's all come down to this, folks. Kyle, along with his intrepid friends, Lincoln and Steven, have finally gotten to the commentary for the 1983 Star Wars film, Return of the Jedi. It's not as good as the other two, but why not? There's certainly a lot to like in it, right? Oh, and they definitely talk about all the dumb special edition garbage involved in it. How could they not?!
The Force Awakens in 3 days!
As promised, everyone, Kyle is back with the commentary to Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, which is, most people will agree, the best film in the saga. Joining him again on his quest are Lincoln L. Hayes and Steven Schapansky, ready to talk about Wampas, Tauntauns, Vader's helmet, the Emperor's updated face, and more! Watch, listen, subscribe, enjoy!
Welcome back! On this journey into time, space, and whatever, Kyle is joined by his friend and fellow podcaster Paul Heath (of The Pharos Project and Hammered Horror) to discuss science fiction stories where the hero is a fish-out-of-water. It's a lot more prevalent than you might think. Topics include Farscape, Planet of the Apes, Flash Gordon, Star Wars, and of course Doctor Who. Also, an exception that proves the rule in Star Trek.
Next time, Paul and Kyle do a commentary on 1980's Flash Gordon.
Welcome back! As promised, this episode is a feature commentary to the 1980 film Battle Beyond the Stars, Roger Corman's most expensive film to date, which he envisioned as "Seven Samurai in space." It features a script by John Sayles, a score by James Horner, and visual effects by James Cameron. So why have you never heard of it? Hopefully we'll figure out why.
Here's the link for the Shmoo Shmoobe video we'll be working from, and Kyle will tee you up so you don't have to hit play right away. The Movie
Greetings! Welcome to the very first episode of Worlds of Tomorrow, a science fiction podcast all about recapturing the fun inherent with looking to the future and the world around us. In this short introductory episode, Kyle Anderson tells you about what sci-fi means to him, how he got interested, and how it shaped who he is today.