Sci Fi Watcher 313: Okja

She’s a super pig, super pig, she’s super piggie!  This week the guys look at the Netflix original Okja.  Come and hear Bryan and Corey talk about this international adventure of this loveable creature and the challenges that it occurs.  Will they enjoy this film or will it be just another piece of meat streaming?  Also, they talk about some of the latest news of the week.

Sci Fi Watcher 310: Invaders from Mars

It’s time to avoid the sand and call the military as the guys look at the original version of “Invaders from Mars”.  This week Bryan and Corey get together to look at this 1953 flick and see if we should… Read moreSci Fi Watcher 310: Invaders from Mars

Sci Fi Watcher 253: For the Love of Spock

Bryan and Corey change things up this week as they talk about the Leonard Nimoy documentary For the Love of Spock.  Hear their thoughts on this film that and the iconic character that has been around for over 50 years.  Also,… Read moreSci Fi Watcher 253: For the Love of Spock

Sci Fi Watcher 234: Night of the Comet

The guys start a new year with an old cult classic.  They sit down to talk about the zombie flick Night of the Comet.  They look at this 80’s piece of sci fi and decides that’s good and what’s a total… Read moreSci Fi Watcher 234: Night of the Comet

Sci Fi Watcher 229: Black Mirror: White Christmas

It’s Christmas and we’re here to share the holiday joy with a new episode of the podcast.  Today we look at the Black Mirror holiday special “White Christmas”.  We break down each of the stories within this story and discuss whether or… Read moreSci Fi Watcher 229: Black Mirror: White Christmas

Sci Fi Watcher 213: Nightflyers (Film)

It’s time to continue the Nightflyers adventures as the guys talk about the 1987 film.  They don’t know where to start with this 89 minute adventure, but they do talk about the high points of the film and some of the… Read moreSci Fi Watcher 213: Nightflyers (Film)

Sci Fi Watcher 209: Nightflyers (Novella)

Bryan and Corey start their Nightflyers adventures as they look at the original novella.  They breakdown the story and discuss the technology used.  They also compare this to the five minutes they watched last week from the SyFy show.