Episode 35: Habitat (1997)

We return to the 90s as MikeD brings in a supposed Sci-Fi Channel movie (with plentiful swearing and nudity?) that’s like a combination of Society, Airborne and Ferngully. Balthasar Getty stars as a high schooler whose dad mutated him to withstand UV rays and mutated his house to be a jungle of pheromones. There’s a crazed boxing coach and the usual cavalcade of bullies, stoners and feisty young ladies of the best high-school dramas. Then the EPA

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Episode 30: Wing Commander (1999)

If you like cocky space pilots douching it up, you’ll love Matthew Lillard and Freddie Prinze Junior in this gem. Tiger Claw… Pilgrims… Rapier… Quasar… Space cats… what is going on? It’s like Volume 6 in a series of sci-fi novels. MikeD couldn’t be with us this week, so join us for a nearly interruption-free episode!

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Episode 19: Mutant Hunt (1987)

Great bad music. Great bad acting. Great bad cinematography (shot on the mean streets of NYC at 3AM). A Smithersbot, a bitchbot, and robots with gross glorping melting faces. A robot that looks like Matt Geiger. Listen and commiserate as MikeD is devastated by his 3 pals’ refusal to appreciate the inimitable greatness of Mutant Hunt.

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