Cavebabble Episode 271 joins forces with an odd group of intergalactic fighters to protect a planet from Sador and his minions. Join us for a look at the cult classic 1980 Roger Corman production, Battle Beyond the Stars. Join us! This episode is brought to you by I’m Wearing Your Foot.
Cavebabble Episode 270 travels to Urland to help Galen put an end to a dragon and a virgin sacrifice lottery. Just another Monday. Join us for a look at the 1981 fantasy film, Dragonslayer. This episode is brought to you by The Wyrm Of Thrace That Makes Things Worse.
Cavebabble Episode 268 takes a Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet in search of alien life and Russian cosmonauts. We have Roger Corman to thank for this chopped and blurry 1965 version of the film, complete with added scenes featuring Basil Rathbone. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Marsha Marsha Marsha.
Cavebabble Episode 267 watches in horror as Gamera the Giant Monster mutates into Gammera the Invincible. Join us for a look at the 1966 Americanized version of the original kaiju classic starring everyone’s favorite Guardian of the Universe. This episode is brought to you by An Extra M.
Cavebabble Episode 265 travels across Thra with Jen and Kira in order to patch a broken crystal and restore balance to the world. Courtney joins us to babble about the 1982 dark fantasy puppet animated tale The Dark Crystal, directed by Jim Henson and Frank Oz. Also includes Cavebabble Eats Odds Things featuring yerba mate. This episode is brought to you by The Shard.
Cavebabble Episode 264 joins forces with Godzilla to save the world from Ghidorah, followed by a short hike over the top of nuclear waste. Godzilla loves hikes. Join us for a look at King of the Monsters, and a trip to the oddest hiking trail in Missouri. This episode is brought to you by Skreeonk.
The only thing standing between a deadly alien organism and human extinction is a small team of experts in the depths of Wildfire, a top-secret underground facility in southern Nevada. Can science save the day? Join us for a look at the 1971 hard science fiction film, The Andromeda Strain. Based on the book by Michael Crichton, and directed by Robert Wise. Join us! This episode is brought to you by 601.