Join us for one last episode of the Beltalowda podcast to celebrate the end of the perhaps the best sci-fi show to date. It’s a super-sized, feedback-packed episode where we quibble a little over the necessity of certain events and wonder what could have been but come out the other side appreciating what we did get.
The obligatory action scene this week is a real disappointment but the rest of the episode held up pretty well. Join us for the podcast to hear our thoughts on The Book of Boba Fett’s third chapter, The Streets of Mos Espa.
Lunchtime! Jim tells the tale of his move and we answer a bunch of listener questions.
The series finale delivers on nearly all fronts with some great action, some precious final moments between the characters we’ve come to love, and a promising conclusion for Inyalowda / Beltalowda relations. Join us for the podcast to hear our full thoughts on perhaps the best sci-fi series ever made. (We go into that)
Moonstruck stars Cher as a cursed widow and Nicolas Cage as a handless breadmaker who become completely “moonstruck” with each other. In fact, everyone in this movie is “moonstruck”. Their parents are “moonstruck”, their brothers are “moonstruck”, the uncles and aunts, even the dogs. Join us for our coverage of this 1987 Oscar-winning film.
Bossmang Aron is back to talk about the climax of Ned’s story. Steve grieves the loss of his beloved, Jon Snow. Anthony shares a detail he learned about trial by combat. And don’t forget to search for Anthony’s new podcast “Perfect Stranger Things.”
In the second-to-last feedback episode of the series we talk about the excellent sci-fi writing that The Expanse has brought us and consider what comes next for fans of the TV series after it ends.
It’s an episode packed full of content this week, but it’s all centered around one show, Station Eleven. We talked for so long about this intriguing spiritual sibling to The Leftovers that we ran out of time to talk about anything else. We’ll be back soon enough to cover all the other media we consumed over the holiday break, but for now, enjoy this in-depth discussion on Station Eleven.
The second episode of The Book of Boba Fett was objectively better in almost every way. The desert scenes were infinitely more interesting, the action scenes more exciting, and it feels like it’s going somewhere. Join us for the podcast to hear our thoughts on the much-improved The Tribes of Tatooine.
Lunchtime! We’re back from break with a whole bunch of stuff to talk about. Jim has closed on his house and has a laundry dilemma. He’s also been to the Cincinnati Zoo’s Festival of Lights off-season. A.Ron has been painting minis and his son has been buying the family Christmas gifts.