It’s Wednesday! That means a brand new (title pending) episode!
This week, I touch on Madagascar 3, and then the Tank and I discuss Ridley Scott’s new epic, “Prometheus”! There’s a lot of wildly varying opinions on this movie… I honestly don’t think there’s any consensus at all on it. Find out what Tanker and I think by listening in!
From there we use “Prometheus” to launch a discussion about the “Alien” franchise. It’s a storied series, with 4 very different films on its roster. We break ’em down for you, and go over our thoughts on them, including – which is better, Alien or Aliens? Plus our feelings on the Alien 3 “Assembly Cut”.
All that, plus the Box Office Roundup, “Has Tank Seen Scarface” and our look ahead at what’s on the radar. It’s a great episode, check it out, you wont want to miss it! 😀 You can download it directly here or search for (title pending) or Tank and Fogs on iTunes!
Hey! I wanted to bring everyone’s attention to the fact that I was able to participate in a Lambcast recently 😀 in fact, this is the first of two back to back episodes I wound up on… I tried to make the most of it because now it’s going to be awhile before I can make my triumphant return…
The five of us go over the franchise in depth – comparing Alien to Aliens, arguing over whether Alien3 is better than Alien Resurrection, debating the possibilities of replicating a parasitic organism via DNA cloning… all the nerdy fun you would expect when you get a group of movie geeks together and record their thoughts for public consumption!
It’s a really fun listen, I’ve had a chance to listen to the finished product myself already, and I highly recommend it, especially to fans of the franchise! You can search it out on iTunes under “Lambcast” or play it directly here via podomatic!
And just a word of warning… this is the first episode of three guest appearances I have over the next week, plus I wouldn’t dream of not doing our (title pending)s! So it’ll be podcast city here, check out the ones you like and leave the rest!
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