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Episode 143 - "Skyline"

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Aliens are sucking people into the sky, while this movie is sucks the intelligence from your brain.

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Netflix Streaming Friday - Week of November 19, 2010

Donald Sutherland wants you to watch the 1978 remake of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" on Netflix Instant Streaming today!

Why do you ask? Well, let me explain it to you.

On The Next Podcast: "Monsters"

This week after a long run of theatrical releases the gang finally gets to stay at home and check out Gareth Edwards' “Monsters”. Despite a decent amount of buzz around this one I still have no idea what it’s about. To be honest even after reading the description I’m still a little clueless. I pray actually watching the movie will resolve this. If not it’s going to be an interesting discussion. Synopsis and trailer after the jump.

Evilution (REVIEW)

In today's age when zombies are more embedded in pop culture than perhaps ever, it is only natural that filmmakers are now trying to change up the formula a bit. It's an admirable venture, but often hard to execute. In "Evilution", this change-up comes from alien intelligence being the vector that brings the dead to life. The upshot is that with this alien background comes new ways to try and kill the undead. All of it comes full circle in this shoddy take of what is surprisingly not a Syfy Original feature.

Horror Headlines: Monday August 3rd, 2009

Richard Kelly's "The Box" has been pushed back a week to November 6th, 2009. The studio is continuing their trend of treating this film like a dirty whore, so I wouldn't set your heart on a release date until you're actually sitting in a seat.

So, yesterday Lindsday Lohan seemed to indicate via her twitter page that she had signed on to Robert Rodriguez's "Machete". A quick perusal of the page now reveals that the tweets in question have been deleted. So... that may or may not have happened.

In Real People News: 

There is now an online archive of the biggest criminal trials from the 18th, 29th and 20th centuries. The archive does include the trial of "Jack The Ripper", Dr Thomas Neil Cream, who confessed to the murders despite the fact that he had been in jail when some of them had been committed.

If you're going to pass a bad check, you might not want to have it be to a voodoo priestess. I hear they're pretty good at the whole revenge thing.

These declassified Russian documents on UFO's are pretty saucy... at least if you're like me and love a good UFO conspiracy theory. Check it out.

On this day in history: 

1966: Comedian and social critic Lenny Bruce dies of a morphine overdose in his Hollywood Hills home, two years after his original obituary was published in The Realist. At the time of his death, Bruce was being maliciously harassed by police and districts attorney in various states for his groundbreaking standup performances, causing great difficulty in finding venues at which to perform.

Former Astronaut Claims Alien Life Exists

I’ve always been surprised that more astronauts haven't gone bat shit crazy after they get back on earth and they’re left to sit in their living rooms thinking about the sights they saw in space. Well luckily Edgar Mitchell who was part of the 1971 Apollo 14 moon mission is taking enough crazy pills to keep the entire NASA program hopped up.

Ben Rock talks "Alien Raiders"

For my money, it's best to do as much as possible practically.

- Ben Rock

So what were the origins of "Alien Raiders"?

It was actually an idea of Dan Myrick's. His idea was to set something fantastic and grandiose like an alien invasion film in the most mundane place of all - a supermarket. The title at the time was actually "Supermarket".

Stalin Vs Martians!

When I was a kid I use to sit and think about what would happen if some of my heroes battled it out for world domination. A few years back I got the answer when “Freddy Vs. Jason” came out. But now the question that has been on everyone's mind since the dawn of the cold war will finally be answered. What would happen if Stalin had to battle aliens? Ladies and gentlemen I present to you the first release by independent publishing label Mezmer Games, “Stalin vs. Martians”.

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