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Episode 87: ‘PROMETHEUS’


This week, Michael and I sit down to give our reaction on Ridley Scott’s return to the science fiction genre, Prometheus. We recorded this right after the screening and some of this episode may contain babbling. Enjoy!


Show Notes:


What We’ve Been Watching (1:33)

  • Michael:  Chronicle, In Bruges, The Deadly Spawn
  • Andy: Alien, Reservoir Dogs, The Deadly Spawn

Picks of the Week for May 22nd Releases (23:03)

Michael: Red Scorpion Blu-Ray/DVD & Harold and Maude

Andy: Shallow Grave

News: The Father’s Day Blu-Ray Debacle (33:39)

BREAK (41:32)

Prometheus Discussion (45:42)

  • Spoiler Zone: 1:25:57 – 1:49:55

Feedback (1:51:00)

Outro (1:56:56)

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Andy Triefenbach is the Editor-in-Chief and owner of In addition to his role on the site, he also programs St. Louis' monthly horror & exploitation theatrical midnight program, Late Nite Grindhouse. Coming from a household of a sci-fi father and a horror/supernatural loving mother, Andy's path to loving genre film was clear. He misses VHS and his personal Saturday night 6 tape movie marathons from his youth.
  • AlanMorlock

    The birth scene is in fact fantastic and terrifying, but then other than David making a pun, no one ever mentions it again. No one in the film cares. No one does anything with the squid baby. It’s just left to grow and do whatever, because “Hey! We need a big monster for the end.”

    Also, David mentions specifically that he studies all human languages to reconstruct the first proto-language that Shaw theorized comes from the Engineers.