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Spiraken Movie Review Ep 73: Primary Directive-I’d Buy That For A Dollar

June 30th, 2012

In this final installment of Spiraken Movie Review's Month of Megahackers, Megatechnology, and Megalomaniac Megacorporations, Deke returns to help Xan to review a satirical cyberpunk masterpiece from 1987 that is one of the most violent movies of all time. So sit back and relax as they review Paul Verhoeven's "Robocop" starring Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Dan O'Herlilhy, Ronny Cox, Kurtwood Smith, Miguel Ferrer and Paul McCrane

Robocop

Besides the usual tangents and insanity accompanied by an episode featuring Deke, our intrepid hosts go over the aspects of cyberpunk which this movie encompasses and how much of our present did this movie predict.

Boddicker

Please send us any comments concerns and ideas on how to make this podcast better. Let us know so we can do something about it. Rate us on iTunes, check out the facebook fangroup Spiraken Movie Review, purchase some stuff from our amazon store in order to fund this podcast and finally, listen to the primary podcast, The Spiraken Manga Review and check out Xan's sidekickery on the fightbait.com podcast. Hope you enjoy the episode.

Music For Episode: Intro Music - Main Title by Basil Poledouris ( Robocop OST), Ending Music - Across The Board by Basil Poledouris/ Sinfornia of London Orchestra ( Robocop OST)

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Random Question of the Week: Would you buy Robocop's Auto 9 for a dollar?

Spiraken Movie Review Ep 72: It’s Too Bad She Won’t Live…But Then Again, Who Does?

June 23rd, 2012

In this third installment of Spiraken Movie Review's Month of Megahackers, Megatechnology, and Megalomaniac Megacorporations, Anime 3000's very own Sean Russell joins Xan to review the quintessential cyberpunk movie from 1982 and based on Philip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep", "Blade Runner" directed by Ridley Scott and starring Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, Edward James Olmos,Brion James, Joe Turkel,M. Emmet Walsh,Daryl Hannah, William Sanderson and a cameo by James Hong

Gattaca

Due to a poor internet connection, the sound quality of this episode is not as good as I would have liked, but it sounds pretty good overall, so my apologizes. As for the episode itself, there are lots of tangents in this episode:Reasons why Roy Batty Is The Real Protagonist of this movie, Why The replicants were just misunderstood, How Berserk and Bubblegum Crisis can be connected with Blade Runner, The Debate about if Deckard Is Either a) A Replicant, B) A Dick or C) A Flawed Human Being, what kind of future we will have in 2019, Why Did They Decomission the Dick Clark Bot in favor for the Ryan Seacrest 10,000, How we are slaves to society,and eventually ends up at an existential conversation. So hope we are not too high brow in this episode.

Pris

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, Stinger Music - Tears in Rain by Vangelis ( Blade Runner OST)

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Random Question of the Week: What is a moment that you have seen, which will be lost like tears in rain?

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Ep 159: Finally, A Harem Series For Women

June 20th, 2012

In this episode, technical difficulties causes Xan to have to review a manga alone, so listen as Xan reviews The alternative history romance josei manga "Ooku: The Inner Chamber" written by Fumi Yoshinaga

Ooku

Since the technical difficulties caused our guest host JD Banks from Jadeescape.wordpress.com, to be omitted from the episode. please check out her blog and read about living in Japan. Hope you enjoy Music For Episode: Intro Music -Oh Ooku by ???? ( Oh Ooku: The Inner Chambers OST ), Ending Music - Mizuno's Theme by ???? ( Oh Ooku: The Inner Chambers OST )

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Random Question of the Week:Would you want to living in a post red pox world?

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Spiraken Movie Review Ep 71: There’s More Vodka In This Piss Then There Is Piss!

June 16th, 2012

In This Second Installment of Spiraken Movie Review's Month of Megahackers, Megatechnology, and Megalomaniac Megacorporations, Xan is joined by Joseph "Odie" McConnell to review this cyberpunk Bioscience movie from 1997 "Gattaca" directed by Andrew Niccol and starring Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman, Jude Law, Gore Vidal,Loren Dean, Xander Berkeley, and Alan Arkin

Gattaca

There is also discussion about Odie's Movie "Kung Fu and Titties", the awesomeness of titties, why Uma Thurman acts like a robot in this movie, and the marvels of the fisheye lense.

Determination

Please send us any comments concerns and ideas on how to make this podcast better. Let us know so we can do something about it. Rate us on iTunes, check out the facebook fangroup Spiraken Movie Review, purchase some stuff from our amazon store in order to fund this podcast and finally, listen to the primary podcast, The Spiraken Manga Review and check out Xan's sidekickery on the fightbait.com podcast. Hope you enjoy the episode. Music For Episode: Intro Music - The Morrow by Michael Nyman ( Gattaca OST), Background Music -God's Hand by Michael Nyman ( Gattaca OST), Background Music - One Moment by Michael Nyman ( Gattaca OST), Background Music - The Arrival by Michael Nyman ( Gattaca OST), Background Music - Becoming Jerome by Michael Nyman ( Gattaca OST), Background Music - Call Me Eugene by Michael Nyman ( Gattaca OST), Background Music - A Borrowed Ladder by Michael Nyman ( Gattaca OST) Background Music - Impromptu For 12 Fingers by Michael Nyman ( Gattaca OST) Background Music - The Truth by Michael Nyman ( Gattaca OST) Background Music - Irene's Theme by Michael Nyman ( Gattaca OST)Ending Music - The Departure by Michael Nyman ( Gattaca OST)

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Random Question of the Week: If you could genetically modify one aspect of your physical body, what would it be?

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Spiraken Movie Review Ep 70: Are We Impressed Yet?

June 9th, 2012

In this very special episode of the Spiraken Movie Review,we start another theme month,The Month of Megahackers, Megatechnology, and Megalomaniac Megacorporations. So enjoy, as fast talking Xan is joined by computer hacker Kal as they review this cyberpunk movie from 1995 "Strange Days" directed by Katherin Bigalow and starring Ralph Finnes, Angela Basset, Tom Sizemore, Michael Wincott, Juliette Lewis, Vincent Deofrio, and many others

Strange Days

Besides giving an explaination on what Cyberpunk is, our hosts discuss, why flat chested girls are willing to show it all, reasons why General Zod should become president, why fast talking will not help you win a street fight and other random tangents galore.


Please send us any comments concerns and ideas on how to make this podcast better. Let us know so we can do something about it. Rate us on iTunes, check out the facebook fangroup Spiraken Movie Review, purchase some stuff from our amazon store in order to fund this podcast and finally, listen to the primary podcast, The Spiraken Manga Review and check out Xan's sidekickery on the fightbait.com podcast. Hope you enjoy the episode. Music For Episode: Intro Music - Selling Jesus by Skunk Anansie ( Strange Days OST), Background Music -Strange Days by Prongs ( Strange Days OST), Background Music - The Real Thing by The Lords of Acid ( Strange Days OST), Background Music - Overcome by Tricky ( Strange Days OST), Background Music - No White Clouds by Strange Fruit ( Strange Days OST), Background Music - Here We Come by Me Phi Me feat. Jeriko One ( Strange DaysOST), Ending Music - While The Earth Sleeps by Peter Gabriel & Deep Forest ( Strange Days OST)




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Random Question of the Week
: What would you use a SQUID unit for?

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