Brady and Kyle from Pele Media return to talk about cocooning, Newt's thumbs-up, and the concept of no man left behind.
Kyle and Brady are back to talk about the parallels between Jurassic Park and Aliens, how Hicks and Ripley are a good team, and the talk a bit about the foley work on the soundtrack.
Today, Kyle and Brady talk about the death of Drake, how James Cameron puts every dollar on the screen, and the deployment of Hick's shotgun.
Kyle and Brady Crane from Pele Media (Ghostbusters, Goonies, and Jurassic Park Minute) have taken over the show and today they talk about the nature of firefights, Ripley coming into her own as a character, and what they think is the best point of the Horner score.
In their final episode Tyler and Kyle talk with John about how Ripley finally jumps fully into action, how Gorman is helpless to stop her, and how Burke seems to be more of an observer than a participant.
What are these Marines going to do without Apone? Tyler Smith and Kyle Anderson return to talk it out.
Today Kyle and Tyler join John to discuss the significance of the marines being killed in non-alien related incidents, why there is a character named Wierzbowski, and Tyler brags incessantly about winning the Best Actor State of Missouri Award from 2000.
Today, Tyler and Kyle return to talk about Hudson's competency, the narrative benefits of sudden death, and we bid farewell to Frost.
This week John is joined by Battleship Pretension co-host Tyler Smith and Kyle Anderson from Nerdist to talk about the competency of the Marines, throwing characters into other genres with the same movie, and whether Aliens is demystifying by nature.
Tom Taylor and Joe Mazel join John one more time to talk about what the really happened to these poor, cocooned colonists.
Joe and Tom are back to talk about what Ripley does and doesn't know about Xenomorph eggs.
Tom and Joe join John again to talk about why Gorman doesn't tell the Marines about the nuclear reactor, the benefits of ticking bomb tropes, and guns…guns…guns…
Today, John is joined again by Joe and Tom to talk way too much about the weather, a little about changing military portrayals in film, and we wonder why Ripley was the first to realize the Marines should shoot their weapons under the heat exchange.
Today, John is joined by his ABCDevo co-hosts Tom Taylor and Joe Mazel to talk about talk why the Marines have to be reminded to check their targets, how Dietrich is the only one qualified to touch stuff, and the reasons behind Burke's fascination with the Xenomorph.
Pete returns for one last episode and he brought Matt Gourley (James Bonding, I Was There Too) with him to talk about Pete's desire to be Gorman in a video game scenario, whether any prequel has ever been any good, and to discuss a possible BBC Nature Documentary about the Xenomorph.
Kevin Maher joins John and Pete once again to talk about Ron Cobb's atmospheric processor design, the Landmaster from Damnation Alley, and the Gilligan/Skipper-like relationship of Hudson and Apone.
Today, John and Pete are joined by Kevin Maher from Kevin Geeks Out to talk about the many sides of Bill Paxton, James Cameron as humanist, and the use of World War II tropes in Aliens.
Today, Pete the Retailer joins John again to talk about alphabetical android progression of the Alien franchise, the eerie misdirect of Lance Henriksen's performance in the lab, and how George Lucas should've taken notes from Aliens while writing the prequels.
Today, Pete the Retailer from Star Wars Minute and his wife Ella join us to talk about Star Wars, to further discuss Carrie Henn's performance, and to listen to John go on and on about the composition and editing of the dialogue between Ripley and Newt.
Genevieve and Kyle join John one last time to talk about their first times seeing Aliens, how Hudson might be pushing the envelope on obnoxiousness, and what might be some of the applications of the Personal Data Transmitters.