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Welcome to Phantom Galaxy Episode 26.

A few weeks ago, the horror world lost George Romero, arguaubly one of the genre's most influential voices. Nathan, Chris Durham and Jason Kuppler team up to walk through every one of Romero's directed films and examine what made the man and his work seem so special.

On a sad note, our own podcast community lost a friend. Ivolee Henson (whose humorous observations on 'No Escape' were shared in Episode 23) passed away suddenly last month. Ivolee was a good friend and a caring mother and grandmother. I'm posting a link to a Go-Fund Me Page to raise education funds for her three grandchildren. Please consider it.

https://www.gofundme.com/ivolees-education-fund

And finally, as promised, a link to George Romero directing....Fred Rogers getting a tonsillectomy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITOheeRZBpE

Phantom Galaxy is a genre podcast that releases every week. If you’d like to support the cast please subscribe free in iTunes, and leave a review for the show! You can also contact us and share your recommendations for show topics and stuff to review (books, beer, movies, whatever!) or leave us a Phantom Rant at Phantomcasts@gmail.com and check us out on Twitter @fantomgalaxy.

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Welcome to Phantom Galaxy Episode 25. Seth and Nathan continue their journey through David Lynch's strange country of Twin Peaks: The Return.

It's been several episodes since the mind-bending, myth-busting epsidode 8, and fans of the original Peaks have been given much to rejoice over and even more to fluster over.

This episode we delve into where Lynch really seems to be going with the overall arc of the show, teasing out the mysteries and guessing at what comes next.

And of course, what's with that scary teddy?

Note: This is complete spoiler territory. We discuss in detail events that occur in these epsiodes as well as our theories about what's coming next.

Phantom Galaxy is a genre podcast that releases every week. If you’d like to support the cast please subscribe free in iTunes, and leave a review for the show! You can also contact us and share your recommendations for show topics and stuff to review (books, beer, movies, whatever!) or leave us a Phantom Rant at Phantomcasts@gmail.com and check us out on Twitter @fantomgalaxy.

if you get a chance make sure you check out Seth's podcast, Going Deep With Seth Dombach on PodBean and iTunes. You will find it  here: https://kloipy.podbean.com/

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Welcome to Phantom Galaxy Episode 24. This week Seth Dombach and I take a look at the works of crazy French filmmaker Luc Besson, and specifically, his 1997 cult hit The Fiflth Element.

Additionally, we talk the Dark Tower, The Shape of Water,  A Wrinkle in Time and The Disaster Artist.

Nathan also brings his review of the already annointed box office bomb Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, and lets you know, financial prospects aside, if it's worth your time.  

Join us for that and much more, deep within The Phantom Galaxy!

Phantom Galaxy is a genre podcast that releases every week. If you’d like to support the cast please subscribe free in iTunes, and leave a review for the show! You can also contact us and share your recommendations for show topics and stuff to review (books, beer, movies, whatever!) or leave us a Phantom Rant at Phantomcasts@gmail.com and check us out on Twitter @fantomgalaxy.

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Welcome to Phantom Galaxy Episode 23. This week we begin a regular feature on what's available on streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu.

We also present our second submitted Phantom Rant, and we get to use our censor noise for the first time on the podcast.

Chris and Nathan are joined by Jason Kuppler as they take a look at Netflix's Okja, The Bad Batch, and more. There's a distinctly female theme running through this week's films, especially in the horror arena. The female-centric anthology XX, and two thrillers featuring young female protgaonists (Sweet Sweet Lonely Girl and The BlackCoat's Daughter) round out the ghoulishness. And Chris reviews an old schlock movie called 'Invasion of the Bee Girls.

Join us for that and much more, deep within The Phantom Galaxy!

Phantom Galaxy is a genre podcast that releases every week. If you’d like to support the cast please subscribe free in iTunes, and leave a review for the show! You can also contact us and share your recommendations for show topics and stuff to review (books, beer, movies, whatever!) or leave us a Phantom Rant at Phantomcasts@gmail.com and check us out on Twitter @fantomgalaxy.

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Welcome to Phantom Galaxy Episode 22. In this episode we get down to reviewing a handful of new summer movies and tv shows, including a special early review of Matt Reeves War for the Planet of the Apes. We'll also take a look at the latest season premiere of AMC's Preacher and Spike TV's launch of The Mist.

Chris laments the twisted desire to finish film franchises he's already started with Transformers: The Last Knight and Nathan wearily explains what you can expect from Despicable Me 3.

We also talk a variety of topics including Nintendo's upcoming SNES release with Star Fox 2, and their treacherous roll-out of last year's NES classic.

Will Matt Reeves Batman movie resemble a Hitchcock film? Will Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets be more than pretty pictures? What exactly is going on with The Inhumans?

Join us for that and much more, deep within The Phantom Galaxy!

 

Phantom Galaxy is a genre podcast that releases every week. If you’d like to support the cast please subscribe free in iTunes, and leave a review for the show! You can also contact us and share your recommendations for show topics and stuff to review (books, beer, movies, whatever!) or leave us a Phantom Rant at Phantomcasts@gmail.com and check us out on Twitter @fantomgalaxy.

SHOW NOTES

INTRO

[ 0:04:35] News: Spiderman Homecoming Reviews, Valerian first reactions, Inhumans trailer, Matt Reeves talks Batman, Super Nintendo Classic announced

[ 0:31:30] Preacher Season 2 Premiere

[ 0:48:41] The Mist Review

[ 0:57:34] Mini Reviews: Transformers: The Last Knight and Despicable Me 3

[ 1:13:31] War for the Planet of the Apes Review

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Welcome to Phantom Galaxy Episode 21, an impromtu Twin Peaks cast to commemorate the moment David Lynch broke cable television on June 25th, 2017. This episode is so strange, so out there Seth and Nathan had to sit down and talk it out.

Don't worry, we both need a break from Lynch....we'll return you to your regularly scheduled programming soon...

Note: This is complete spoiler territory. We discuss in detail events that occur in these five epsiodes as well as our theories about what's coming next.

Phantom Galaxy is a genre podcast that releases every week. If you’d like to support the cast please subscribe free in iTunes, and leave a review for the show! You can also contact us and share your recommendations for show topics and stuff to review (books, beer, movies, whatever!) or leave us a Phantom Rant at Phantomcasts@gmail.com and check us out on Twitter @fantomgalaxy.

My cohost for this series is Seth Dombach. You can find his podcast, Going Deep With Seth Dombach on PodBean and iTunes. Check it out here: https://kloipy.podbean.com/

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Welcome to Phantom Galaxy Episode 20. True friends and false imposters are uncovered as Nathan and Seth continue to follow the Lynch bread crumbs making their way back to Twin Peaks: The Return.

This time around we focus in on epsiodes 3 through 7, and explore the themes of behavior, identity and sweeping a floor for a really, really long time.

Note: This is complete spoiler territory. We discuss in detail events that occur in these five epsiodes as well as our theories about what's coming next.

We'll be back soon with a stand-alone for epsiode 8!

Phantom Galaxy is a genre podcast that releases every week. If you’d like to support the cast please subscribe free in iTunes, and leave a review for the show! You can also contact us and share your recommendations for show topics and stuff to review (books, beer, movies, whatever!) or leave us a Phantom Rant at Phantomcasts@gmail.com and check us out on Twitter @fantomgalaxy.

My cohost for this series is Seth Dombach. You can find his podcast, Going Deep With Seth Dombach on PodBean and iTunes. Check it out here: https://kloipy.podbean.com/

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Welcome to Phantom Galaxy Episode 19. Time and space, good and evil, are turned upside down and topsy turvy as Nathan and Seth start their journey into Twin Peaks: The Return.

In keeping with David Lynch and the nature of this fascinating and often bewildering experience, our series will be more of a stream-of-conciousness discussion as we consider and wrestle with the ideas, imagery and themes that form the bubbling surreal stew that is Twin Peaks.

Note: This is complete spoiler territory. We intended to cover the first six episodes of the new series here, but instead we do a recap of the first series and Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, and then chat about the first two episodes of The Return.

We'll be back soon with episodes 3 through 6! Enjoy!

Phantom Galaxy is a genre podcast that releases every week. If you’d like to support the cast please subscribe free in iTunes, and leave a review for the show! You can also contact us and share your recommendations for show topics and stuff to review (books, beer, movies, whatever!) or leave us a Phantom Rant at Phantomcasts@gmail.com and check us out on Twitter @fantomgalaxy.

My cohost for this series is Seth Dombach. You can find his new podcast, Going Deep With Seth Dombach on PodBean and iTunes. Check it out here: https://kloipy.podbean.com/

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Welcome to Phantom Galaxy Episode 18, where Nathan and Chris sink below the waves to observe a world of gliding monsters and chum the depths of shark movies. We begin the episode with a new feature on the cast, ‘Phantom Rants’, where we hear from you about trends in sci-fi, fantasy and horror that really irk you. Tonight’s rant comes from Brian, who has cast an ‘ill eye’ on possession movies.

Then, we review the new summer shark bait, 47 Meters Down with Mandy Moore and Clair Hoult. We finish the whole thing off with a survey of sharks and the craziness they get up to in the movies, whether it be hanging out in dangerous weather events, causing snow avalanches, or building natural dams of human bodies. Come along, and remember, ‘Don’t Be Afraid of the Shark!’

Phantom Galaxy is a genre podcast that releases every week. If you’d like to support the cast please subscribe free in iTunes, and leave a review for the show! You can also contact us and share your recommendations for show topics and stuff to review (books, beer, movies, whatever!) or leave us a Phantom Rant at Phantomcasts@gmail.com and check us out on Twitter @fantomgalaxy.

Links:

The Fantastical Worlds of Steven Spielberg:

Part 1: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-rfazk-606c3c

Part 2: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ddch8-606c8c

Part 3: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ddtmn-609c23

Part 4: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-sa7yy-60c456

SHOW NOTES

INTRO

[ 0:03:51] Phantom Rants

[ 0:10:15] Review: 47 METERS DOWN

[ 0:25:42] Celluloid Sharks: Jaws 2 through 4, Open Water, Sharknado, Deep Blue Sea, The Reef, Bait, Various SyFy Shark movies

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Nathan, Chris and Seth dig up the classic Universal Monsters in tonight's episode, looking at the studio's glorious past and their dubious future in the business of monsters. All the greats are here--Wolfman, Frankenstein's Monster, Dracula, Creature from the Black Lagoon, and Gorilla Girl even drops by. Nathan and Chris also review It Comes At Night and Universal's first trip to the Dark Universe, The Mummy. Come children of the night, join us!

SHOW NOTES:

Running Time: 1:21:40

  1. Introduction

[ 00:4:16 ] Review: It Comes At Night

[ 00:16:45 ] Review: The Mummy (2017)

[ 00:43:06 ] Universal Monsters: Then and Now

Seth's podcast: Going Deep With Seth Dombach https://kloipy.podbean.com/

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