If you’re looking for a quirky Australian movie about how Albert Einstein grew up as a poor Tasmanian apple farmer who wanted to patent the invention of bubbly beer, electric guitars, and surfing… then this is the film for you!
April is our month of movies that are just weird or different enough not to fit into some of the other themes we had assigned to each month. So… we end the month with one of the weirdest of 1988: Return of the Killer Tomatoes. Once we move pasta that one, we take a look at Tapeheads, which didn’t seem to know exactly what it wanted to be… much like the main characters. Finally, we go off on a bit of a tangent related to MTV, music video channels, and how Pat grew up without cable and still turned out okay.
Last month saw the release of a ridiculous amount of amazing new trailers at San Diego Comic Con… and some pretty exciting news coming out of Disney’s D23 Expo. It’s like an eating contest of movie trailers and we’ll spend the next couple of hours digesting it all… Okay… that just sounds gross now.
Space… the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise… first airing in 1987 and running 7 seasons, The Next Generation was the definitive Star Trek for 80s kids. Join us as we get all dressed up for a Betazoid wedding and talk about our favorite characters, episodes, aliens and ships.