This is not a drill! The Black Hole: guilty pleasure or maligned masterpiece? Maybe it’s somewhere in between. And maybe it’s a means of pointlessly scaring the crap out of a seven-year-old. Plus, year-end roundups of science and wonderfully geeky merch, a discussion of Star Trek Continues’ final and finest hour, and any excuse to subject you to the theme from Star Cops. (79:03)
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Gotta admire anyone who’s gonna unashamedly, unironically copy the Bohemian Rhapsody video
- Get the rest of the Black Hole/Wall-E theory in Fatherhood, Fandom and Fading Out in theLogBook.com Store
- World’s Tiniest Arcade Games in theLogBook.com Store
- Puma Man soundtrack (and other MST3K music) in theLogBook.com Store
- Cliff Eidelman’s Into The Unknown in theLogBook.com Store
- Star Wars: Underworld thread in theLogBook.com Forums
- More on The Black Hole soundtrack: In The Grand Theme Of Things
- Get “Video VINCENT” goodies in theLogBook.com’s Redbubble Store
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- Chiptune cover tunes by Kasatochi
- ToyBox: Old BOB Kubrick
- The Retroist: The VINCENT Principle
- The Retroist: To Build the Cygnus
Mighty Jupiter (image processed by Kevin McGill).
Behold the Cloak of Geekitude, featuring missions to the aforementioned mighty Jupiter.
Behold the Porgs of Jupiter!
Now available in print and for Kindle: WARP!1, the latest book from your podcast host, Earl Green, covering classic Star Trek on TV, in movies, as animation, and other Gene Roddenberry projects from the ’60s and ’70s. Wait, Porgs of Jupiter!?
Behold the Green Christmas tree, decorated by myself and the Little Green Men!
Behold the tiny Pac-Man games hidden in the Green Christmas tree!
Behold the tiny shoot-’em-up games hidden in the Green Christmas tree!
Behold the droids of indeterminate size hidden in the Green Christmas tree!
Behold the tiny starships hidden in the Green Christmas tree!
Classic Kenner vinyl car graphics courtesy of Rick Alsop at LeftCoast Graphics
Corridors, occupied by robots. That’s peak ’70s sci-fi right there.