Earth Girls are Easy from 1988. Our very special episode featuring the return of our very special guest Ryan and Jenni from the Clash of the Type-Ins podcast!

 

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Here we go. Out long journey into the Next Generation comes to a close. No fanfare. Thanks for sticking with us.

 

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Star Trek: Insurrection from 1998. Data once again spoils everything for the crew of the Enterprise E, this time by attacking small children while violating the prime directive. Why does anyone trust this robot? Well, at least Picard gets a chance at love thanks to these actions. Join us as we discuss this relatively unexciting movie!

 

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Sorry about the delay. I'm not even going to go into it. Star Trek: First Contact from 1996, the best of the bunch, or so we have been told.

 

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This week on Please Don't Send Me into Outer Space, we take our first step into the real mainstream by watching Star Trek: Generations from 1994!

 

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February 26, 2018

Latitude Zero: PDSMiOS 121

This week, Aaron hijacked a submarine so that we could build a utopian society with the sole purpose of worshiping Toho films! Or we watched Latitude Zero from 1969, I forget. In this under sea adventure, 2 scientists and a nerd get rescued (kidnapped?) and taken to a magical land under the sea, where everyone gets along and there are no animal-human hybrids at all! Nope, those are only outside of the secret bubble, crafted by the skilled hands of the evil Dr. Malic (Cesar Romero). Will our heroes ever return home? Do they even want to? What's with all the trampolines? These questions and more are not answered on this new episode!

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This week, we drove to the local Best Buy and got the latest Super Computer just so we could watch a copy of Electric Dreams from 1984! Miles (Moles) is simple man not ready for the high tech world of the 80s, but when he finally decides to get with the times and purchase a home computing system, his chances of survival drop significantly! Luckily, his new upstairs neighbor just might be able to save his sanity, if he can just STOP LYING ALL THE TIME. THIS IS ALL YOUR FAULT MILES. Also, there's a crazy sentient PC.

 

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February 12, 2018

Mr SuperInvisible: PDSMiOS 119

This week, we were randomly assigned a movie all about the perils of drug trials, Mr SuperInvisible from 1970! In this hidden masterpiece, Dean Jones stalks the lady of his dreams after a potion gives him the courage to stop talking only to his dog, by turning him invisible! But serious, this is a Saturday afternoon kids classic full of animal reaction shots, sad trumpets, and plenty of NUDE MEN. NUDE NUDE NUDE.

 

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February 5, 2018

Phenomena: PDSMiOS 118

This week on Please Don't Send Me into Outer Space, we move to Switzerland after our father's ship us off to a boarding school and almost get murdered watching Phenomena from 1985! Did you know that Jennifer Connely could talk to bugs? In this documentary we see hows she used her super secret powers to help solve a murder mystery! Also, there's a chimp!

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January 29, 2018

Dune: PDSMiOS 117

This week, we stay in book land and this time travel directly into our future with Dune from 1984! This movie is a MESS but Lord helps us we love it anyway. David Lynch got his influence all over this already super complicated story and made a movie more art than narrative. There's a reason people hate this movie, but that doesn't stop us!

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January 22, 2018

I, Frankenstein: PDSMiOS 116

This week, we read the little-known sequel to Mary Shelley's classic book, Frankenstein! That's right, we are switching to books, starting with this one called I, Frankenstein from 2014! The book is oddly not really about the monster, but rather about an eternal war between demons and gargoyles. And there's a lot of explosions and clubbing and the other kind of clubbing. Oh, and Frankenstein's Monster is just called Adam, or Frankenstein, so let's nip that little detail in the bud right away. Also, this book stars Aaron Eckhart. Do books normal star well-known actors?

 

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This week, we journey half way across the globe to discover the secret of eternal life, and also to watch a movie in French. You can only watch Foreign language movies in the country of origin, right? We watched The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec (Les Aventures extraordinaires d'Adèle Blanc-Sec), a wonderful adventure movie directed by one of our favorite Auteurs, Luc Besson. In this movie, Adele Blanc-Sec is a report in search of the secret of life, which takes her to Egypt to go a tomb raidin'. Meanwhile, a pterodactyl gets loose in Paris. And then a man is wrongly accused of a crime and must be prison-breaked. And a whole bunch of things happen. It was pretty great.

 

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This week, we are joined by Aaron's pal Corey to discuss one of the famously unloved Christmas tales, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians from 1964! In this holiday adventure movie, our hero finds himself constantly thwarted by all those around, despite knowing how everything should be handled and trying his best to fix any and all problems that arise! Yes, Voldar (aka the martian with the mustache) tries to do his best for Mars, but he is constantly undermined by Billy and Betty and Santa and Dropo and every other freaking weirdo in this movie! This movie is actually pretty entertaining, and we had a good time puzzling out all the ins and outs of it.

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This week on Please Don't Send Me into Outer Space, we popped in an old tape we found in a dumpster behind the local Denny's. It's label read "Most likely the worst movie ever made, or at least in the bottom 10, according to popular opinion and the internet at large." Turns out, it was the movie Plan 9 from Outer Space from 1959! Famous for being bad, this Ed Wood movie is actually quite charming once you get past the super cheap set, the sometimes subpar acting, and the plot that is as good as most sci-fis from the era. And hey! The movie is in the public domain, so you can gather the family around the ol' YouTube app and watch along with us!

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December 4, 2017

Colossal: PDSMiOS Ep 112

This week, Aaron told us he had a big surprise for us as his pick. He then proceded to step all over the Lego town that Sarah and Joel had spent hours building that day. After he was conscious again, we watched Colossal from 2016! 2017? One of those. This movie from the same director as Time Crimes is just as much a mind trip as that one was. If you haven't seen it, go in blind and watch it, then listen to our spoiler filled discussion starting at about the 25 minute mark!

 

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November 27, 2017

Logan (2017): PDSMiOS Ep 111

This week, in this dark and uncertain future we decided to pack up the kids and take a road trip to Eden by watching Logan from 2017! This is as good a send off to a character as we've seen, and we're going to miss Hugh Jackman in our comic book movies. With that in mind, it was great to see him slice and dice in a rated R format, although it is incredibly unnerving to hear Professor X cursing, so prepare yourself for that.

 

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This week, as a test of intellegence Joel was locked in a room and forced to asked questions about the Disney Afternoon animated series until it was confirmed he was human. When he was finally confirmed, we watched Ex Machina from 2014! Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleason, and Alicia Vikander do an amazing job in this sci-fi thriller directed and written by Alex Garland. Just watch the movie ok? It will knock your socks off.

 

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This week, we had an accident with our recording equipment and had to hire a tracker to go out to Walmart and get us new stuff. After that was finished (the tracker died on the way home unfortunately) we watched Cherry 2000 from 1987! Melanie Griffith plays a bad ass tracker who gets a job from a yuppie (David Andrews) who wants his damn sex robot! It turns out to a be a pretty fun action adventure movie, that just happens to center around robot. For sex.

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Modern Art Installation Jordon Wolfson

This week, we get as creepy as we can by listening to heavy metal music and summoning demons! Well, actually, we just watched The Gate from 1987! A movie by the auteur Tibor Takacs, this ghoulish delight is a campy fun frightful time featuring: Zombies! Slugs! Goblins! Stephen Dorff! Other scary things! It's a classic blast from the past, and we had a lot of fun watching. Check it out if you get a chance!
BTW. dropping a dead thing in a hole is not the same as burying it.

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This week, we joined the cheerleader squad in an attempted to find the murderer of all our favorite vampires, but it turns out it was just Buffy the Vampire Slayer from 1992! Sarah's pick this week, but really, it could have been any of ours. This little chunk of the 90s has so much goodness to offer. Luke Perry at is swarmiest! David Arquette before his very name was a joke! Paul Reubens before... you know! And the best thing this movie has to offer? A strong female lead that kicks butt!!! Kristy Swanson is great in this movie, and I hope she never roundhouses us in the face!

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