Joe Dator and Susan Kruglinski join John for one last time to talk about interrupting Marines, the creative benefits of working under duress, and whether we are giving enough thought to the positive attributes of the Xenomorph.
Joe and Susan are back to talk about punchlines, cornbread, and the true meaning of a bug hunt.
On today's episode, John is again joined by Joe Dator and Susan Kruglinski to talk about corncobs, cornbread, and whether Bishop was programmed to always offer corn to cornless Marines.
Today, New Yorker cartoonist Joe Dator and science writer Susan Kruglinski talk with John about the nature of Bishop's programming, the pros and cons of sped-up film, and the fact that Joe is a lifelong cream puff.
This week John is joined by the illustrious New Yorker cartoonist Joe Dator and his guest Susan Kruglinski to talk about the caricaturish nature of the Marines, to bestow more love on Vasquez, and to discuss the ethical and possibly comedic ramifications of a sex romp on Arcturus.
Tasha Robinson and Kwame Opam return one last time to talk about the lack of military decorum among the Colonial Marines, Apone's creative bird flip, and issues of appropriate racial representation.
On today's episode, Kwame Opam and Tasha Robinson are back to talk about the nature of cryosleep, our mutual love of Apone, and military issue underwear.
The Verge's Tasha Robinson and Kwame Opam are back to talk about front loading logic cards, Jones' indifference to everything, and the intriguing design of The Sulaco.
Tasha Robinson and Kwame Opam return to talk about Ripley's motivation for returning to LV-426, Adrian Biddle's cinematography, and Burke's possibly strange sexual habits.
On today's episode, John welcomes The Next Picture Show's Tasha Robinson as guest host and The Verge's Kwame Opam as guest to talk about nicotine-free cigarettes, the value of giving a name to Weyland-Yutani, and the disheveled condition of Ripley's apartment.
Today we close out the week with Lindsey Romain and Scott Carelli by talking about corporatocracies, the cringiness of calling a woman "kiddo", and fact that Burke is a creamer.
Today on Alien Minute, John talks with Lindsey and Scott about coffee...and some other stuff, too.
Today, Lindsey Romain returns to talk with John and Scott about Shake'n Bake Colonies and the pros and cons of the Hadley's Hope addition to the Director's Cut
After a wobbly start, John, Scott, and Lindsey have a lively discussion about the scope of Aliens as compared to Alien, what it's like to be a so-called hysterical female in the workplace, and whether IQs had actually dropped while Ripley was away.
This week John is accompanied by guest host Scott Carelli from the Back to the Future Minute who helps him welcome film critic Lindsey Romain to talk about the lack of physical evidence aboard the Narcissus, the gaslighting of Ripley, and whether James Cameron was de-feminizing the characters in Aliens.
Jason Heck finishes the week by talking with us about how useless of a friend Burke is to Ripley, why Ripley doesn't accuse the company of murdering her crew, and to talk about the dubious value of the dollar in 2179. (Note: We did have some sound issues toward the end of the show. Sorry for the inconvenience.)
Jason Heck returns to further lament the theft of his beloved Pulse Rifle, to discuss the legitimacy of exposition given in dreams, and to wonder about what other parts of the body the Alien might burst from. (Note: We did have some sound issues toward the end of the show. Sorry for the inconvenience.)
Mr. Jason Heck is back to help us figure out the odds of the Company finding Ripley, whether or not there was consistent subspace communication from the Nostromo, and to discuss Cameron's innovative use of slow-motion.
Jason Heck returns to say a lot of very inaccurate things about Beverly Hills Cop, talk with us about possibly sedated cats, and have his mind melted by some strange discussion of the detrimental aspects of retcon prequels.
Today Mitch and John are joined by film critic Jason Heck to talk about cynical salvagers, what went into creating the Gateway Station effect, and to argue about who has the worse bad theory about Jones' relationship to the Nostromo crew.