Tag Archives: Horror Film Podcast

Episode 93 – Jaws (1975)

Welcome back to Sci Fi Onscreen. This week I will be tackling one of the classics of film: Jaws.

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Episode 83 – Blade (1998)

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Welcome back to Sci Fi Onscreen! This week, i’ll be taking a close look at Stephen Norrington/David Goyer vampire/superhero film Blade. It’s open season on suckheads!

Episode 80 – Star Trek (2009)

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Welcome back to Sci Fi Onscreen! This week, as we leadup to Star Trek Beyond, I’ll be taking a close look at the first film in the “JJ-verse:” Star Trek. Buckle up!

Episode 79 – Looper (2012)

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Welcome back to Sci Fi Onscreen! This week i’ll be taking a very close look at Rian Johnson’s 2012 SF time travel noir, Looper.

Episode 77 – Sunshine (2007)

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Welcome back to another episode of Sci Fi Onscreen! This week i’ll be taking a close look at Danny Boyle’s Sunshine.

Episode 72 – Prometheus (2012)

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Welcome back to Sci Fi Onscreen! This week I will be finishing up my survey of the Alien franchise (not including the AvP films) with Ridley Scott’s Prometheus.

Episode 71 – Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens (2015)

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Welcome back to Sci Fi Onscreen! This week, after all the dust and hype have settled, I will take a long, deep look at the pros and cons of Episode VII: The Force Awakens!

Episode 63 – Alien Resurrection (1997)

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Welcome back to Sci Fi Onscreen!  This week I continue my survey of the Alien franchise with the fourth installment: Resurrection.

Episode 61 – It Follows (2014)

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Welcome back to Sci Fi Onscreen!  This week I’ll be taking a close look at the 2014 indie horror hit It Follows.  Don’t turn your back on it…

Episode 57 – I Am Legend – Original vs. Remakes

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Welcome back to Sci Fi Onscreen!  This week, i’ll be comparing and contrasting the three major film adaptations of Robert Matheson’s novel, I Am Legend.