Judge Dredd began laying down the law in 1977, on the comic page. Today, Dredd has made the transition to the theater screen twice, and it’s time for Cavebabble to judge the Dredds. It’s Sylvester Stallone versus Karl Urban. They don’t break the law. They are the law. This episode is brought to you by Yeah.
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.
We wrap up our look at Star Trek pilot episodes with Broken Bow, the first adventure of Captain Archer and the crew of the Enterprise NX-01. Power ballad themes. Moody Vulcans. Hot decontamination. It’s all here in Star Trek: Enterprise. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Is it Cold in Here, Or is it Just You?
Our series on Star Trek television pilot episodes continues. Captain Janeway and the crew of the USS Voyager are whisked away to the Delta Quadrant for a meeting with the Caretaker in this inagural episode of Star Trek: Voyager. Tuvok is undercover, Paris is burning, and Neelix has a few tricks up his sleeve. This episode is brought to you by Holographic Healing.
Our Trek through the worlds of the Federation continues with Emissary, the pilot episode of Star Trek: Deep Space NIne. Sisko and crew stand ready to take on the Cardassians, or any other species wanting to exploit wormholes and abandoned space stations. This episode is brought to you by Beach Giggles.
We are about to watch the pilot episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, for the podcast next week. This has me questioning something I never did the entire time I was enjoying this series way back when. Exactly why is this show called Deep Space Nine? What Deep Space is the station in? It’s right near Bajor, isn’t it? Sure, it’s a long way from Earth, but after all, Earth isn’t the only planet in the Federation. Then again, I’m glad the show isn’t called Star Trek: In Orbit Nine.
Tonight, we continue our look at the pilot episode of each Star Trek series by delving into Encounter at Farpoint, the inagural voyage of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Jean-Luc Picard and crew take the Enterprise D where only Q knows what is going on. Gaze upon the manly wonder of Riker, and weep with the emphathy of Troi. Watch for intergalactic jellyfish! This episode is brought to you by Onesies.
The speed and agility of a motorcycle, combined with the firepower of plasma emitters. Launched from the legs of a hulking Harvester unit, moto-terminators are Skynet’s way of letting humanity know that it’s far cooler and deadlier than we are.
We begin our look at the various Star Trek pilot episodes with the original series pilot, The Cage. Join us for an adventure with Captain Pike, his stalwart crew, and bulbous-headed aliens. This episode is brought to you by Pulsing Veins.