Friday, June 17, 2016

A podcast 65 million years in the making

In the second episode of Mystery Movie Night's sadly Erikless summer, we're joined by special guest Siskoid of Siskoid's Blog of Geekery. Mark leads the discussion of brachiosaurs, brownies, and broken fingers. Have a listen as we go over the films, then see if you can guess the secret connection between all three.

Then beam over to Starmageddon where Dan gives his report on the Star Trek Beyond event and talks about his impressions of not just the shindig, but also the exclusive footage that he and the other attending fans got to see. After enjoying IGN's Karl Urban interview, we jump to Star Wars for some speculation about the Rogue One reshoots, before finally making our wish lists of some of the Trek and Wars merchandise coming just in time for Comic-Con International. Listen at the Starmageddon page or on your favorite podcast platform.


Erik Johnson Illustrator said...

Wow. And I thought I put a lot of prep into my podcasts but 65 million years? Yikes!

Though it is a nice reminder of how striking that original poster truly is. The version on Netflix just has a collage of photos from the film itself.

Michael May said...

I really hate those PhotoShopped collages. So lazy and uncreative.

I'm happy to see a lot of recent posters getting away from that.


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