Multiple-commissioner Josh from Saxapahaw, NC is back with another goodie, James Cameron’s take on the Aliens franchise. One of the all time great sci-fi action movies, it supplies nearly non stop action with a sturdy heroine to build around, lots of colorful characters to die, implacable, terrifying antagonists, and impressive effect and design work. Plus, we eulogize the late, great, Bill “Tons of Peace” Paxton. Thanks again, Josh, this was a lot of fun!
In the final episode of season 3, I cover the use of the Espheni weapon, the status of the war, the attempted relocation to Brazil, Weaver’s Achy Breaky Heart and the return of Anne & the baby.
Don’t worry, the fancy editing and clips haven’t gone anywhere, they’re just on break. But if I don’t get this video uploaded tonight, it won’t happen this week. The frills will be back in the last episode of season 3. Twitter: @BaldMove Email: email@example.com
With only 2 episodes left in the season, I’m starting to get back on board with where the show is going. Twitter: @BaldMove Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Another borderline episode in a long string of borderline episodes for Falling Skies. Watch me deliver my thoughts and then tell me which parts of the episode you did and didn’t like. Twitter: @BaldMove Email: email@example.com
Another week of stupid camera mistakes means I’m almost completely in the dark this time. Lets see if I can get it right next week Twitter: @BaldMove Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I try to spruce up the cast with some clips from the show and some snazzy editing. Let me know if it worked. Twitter: @BaldMove Email: email@example.com
Jim talks about the latest episode of Falling Skies. Are they really fooling anyone with this mole thing? How well did Crazy Lee’s plotline work? What’s the worst thing about tv battles? Camera and mic upgrades. Do they help?
Jim talks about the 2-hour premiere of season 3 of TNT’s apocalyptic alien drama Falling Skies. This is my first piece of video content so the visual and audio quality is terrible, as is the presentation. It will get better, I promise. Hopefully you’re here for the insightful television commentary anyway, not the razzle dazzle.
Welcome to Episode 128 of the Personal Arrogants Podcast. This week on the show, we bring you an action-packed, 90-minute episode full of those tasty morsels you’ve come to know and love. Plus, a TON of listener feedback. This week: • Listener Feedback (11:05) • Colonial Space Marines: Messing with the Canon (20:35) • Star…