Director Christopher Nolen implores us to renew our quest for the stars in his time-bending science fiction epic, Interstellar. Join us for a spoiler-filled look at the film. This episode is brought to you by Tick Tick Tick.
John Crichton accidentally opens a wormhole, and finds himself on a living alien ship, surrounded by Henson creations. Tonight, we take a look at the 1999 pilot episode of the wildly-imaginative science fiction television series, Farscape. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Watery Wormholes.
The entire Babble cast is back! College life is great, until the space slugs show up. Join us for a look at the 1986 cult horror classic, Night of the Creeps, directed by Fred Dekker. Aliens, zombies, sororities, and other horrific things. This episode is brought to you by Hungry Coroners.
The Red Planet is a harsh place to be stranded, even if you have a monkey companion. Join us for the 1964 classic sci-fi adventure, Robinson Crusoe on Mars. Positively filled with flaming meteors, and farting rocks. This episode is brought to you by That Same Explosion.
Vin Diesel’s unstoppable muscles meet Simon Pegg’s immovable pint, as we take a look at Riddick and The World’s End. Two great tastes that taste great together. Warning! Spoilers ahead. This episode is brought to you by Beer Goggles.
Sharks and monsters are ravaging the Pacific coasts, and it will take all four Babblers to beat them back. Join us for a look at the ridiculous Sharknado, and the towering Pacific Rim. This episode is brought to you by Heavy Rain.
You can’t get much different films than Neil Marshall’s Doomsday, and Ang Lee’s The Life of Pi. But much like Doomsday is a mashup of half a dozen or more science fiction and fantasy films, we see no reason not to cover both films in one Cavebabble episode. From the quarantined wilds of Scotland to a lifeboat bursting with the wild, we are here to chat about the nature of nature, and the humanity of humanity. This episode is brought to you by Tigers With Mohawks.
The history of science fiction films is littered with timey wimey stuff. Writer/director Rian Johnson continues this trend with Looper, a time and mind-bending film starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, and Emily Blunt. Join us for a spoiler-filled look at the movie, and a discussion of time travel paradoxes. This episode is brought to you by You.
Some movies are so bad that they beg to be laughed at with friends. Tonight, we cover two! Our look at Santa Claus (1959) and Starcrash (1978). Marvel at Santa’s disregard for child labor laws. Shake in anticipation of Stella Star’s next costume change. This episode is brought to you by Not So Hard Labor.
How well do the science fiction television shows from the past hold up today? Based solely on pilot episodes, would we still want to watch the series? We’ve covered the world of Star Trek. Now it’s time to widen our scope. Our look at sci-fi pilots continues with seaQuest DSV, the 1993 undersea series starring Roy Scheider. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Skin Suits.