The Beast and his otherworldly Slayers have arrived to enslave the world and kidnap a princess. It’s up to Prince Colwyn and a bandit crew to save the planet Krull. Join us for a look at this 1983 cult fantasy film. This episode is brought to you by Striped Hiking Tights.
Cavebabble Episode 243 creates warriors from folded paper, and joins Kubo on his quest. It’s time for Kubo and the Two Strings, followed by The Little Prince, and Cavebabble Eats Odd Things. This episode is brought to you by The Power Of Origami.
Nothing says summer more than shiny Egyptian gods of questionable origin. Join us for a look at Gods of Egypt, the box office bomb directed by Alex Proyas. Also included is a new Cavebabble Eats Odds Things, and the triumphant return of email. This episode is brought to you by So Much Gold.
In 1991, Kevin Costner brought his bow and lack of English accent to Sherwood Forest for Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. Join us for a look at this adventure, chock full of big hair and a scene-stealing Alan Rickman. This episode is brought to you by Random Accents.
Cavebabble hits the road for a visit to Onondaga Cave and the flooded Bonne Terre Mine. Join us on our underground adventure, and stay for our look at the claustrophobic diving adventure, Sanctum. This episode is brought to you by Bring A Light.
Music in this episode:
1) The Road Song by Spongebob Squarepants
2) Going Underground by The Jam
3) A Caver’s Advice by Sue Aughey
4) Cavers to the Core by Dangerous Dick and the Duckbusters
5) Old Man by Neil Young
6) We’re Miners and We Know It by MinecraftFinest
7) This is Why I’m Cold by Twista
8) The Miner’s Song by Bill Staines
John Hammond created a Jurassic Park in 1993, and dinosaurs have been munching humans ever since. Join us for a look at the entire Jurassic World. Four films, two islands, and one resilient tyrannosaurus. This episode is brought to you by Rampaging Meatasauruses.
Cavebabble dives into the sea for a look at two animated adventures, Tales From Earthsea and Song of the Sea. Set sail with us for Japan and Ireland. Also includes Cavebabble Eats Odd Things. This episode is brought to you by Irish Dragon Seals.
Join us for an in-depth look at the bizarre true account of The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden (2013), a tale of adventure, death, and the devil in paradise. This episode is brought to you by Only The Tortoise Knows.
Allan Quatermain is here to go where Indiana Jones has gone before! Richard Chamberlain and Sharon Stone ham it up in King Solomon’s Mines, and Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold. Pure 80s cheese on tonight’s Cavebabble. This episode is brought to you by Lost Another Askari.