In 1977 we sent a time capsule into space with our sounds, our science, and our music in the hopes that one day and alien civilization will find it and learn about us.
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Alien: A First-Time Retrospective
Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, John Hurt That’s right. I’ve never seen Alien, until now. Join Erik and I as we discuss the classic 1979 science fiction film. I’m a newbie; he’s a big-time fan. I even get scolded a little for having let such a thing like this slip. It’s my own fault. Call itContinue reading “Alien: A First-Time Retrospective”
Rocket Man: Do You Own Your Own Life Story?
You might remember a movie called October Sky. It opened in ‘99 and starred Jake Gyllenhaal as Homer Hickam, a boy from West Virginia who dreams of getting out of his coal mine town. He was inspired, along with his friends, by the Russian satellite launch of Sputnik 1 in 1957. At that timeContinue reading “Rocket Man: Do You Own Your Own Life Story?”