Mixing science fiction and real life is our specialty. This week The Rusted Robot Podcast presents Godzilla, mech suits and the geek soul. When your geeky is leaky, you come to the number 1 rated, robot related podcast!
This week we watched Midsommer Murders, Moonbase 8, X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Avengers End Game and Star Trek Discovery's 6th episode of season 3. Josh and Kitty showed Kindergarten Cop to their son, and Supernatural came to an end after 15 seasons.
The Predator film franchise is getting a fifth installment. No word on the story line, the cast, or when it will be released.
Wonder Woman 84 is set to be shown on the big screen this year, after all. The film will be in theatres and on HBO Max on Christmas day.
Stranger Things resumed filming season 4 back in mid-September. This week they announced 8 new cast members, including Robert Englund.
The Arecibo array in Puerto Rico is in bad shape. Support cables have been snapping this summer. It is too dangerous to allow workers to repair the system. In a huge blow to the NSF, and science in general, the dish is being demolished. The array is part of SETI or, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. In related news, METI or Message to Extraterrestrial Intelligence added Star Trek's Anson Mount to its board of directors.
Tom and Jerry trailer. We have the trailer. We discuss the trailer. You will hear our thoughts on the trailer and cartoon violence in general.
Chaos Walking trailer. Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley star in this weird sci-fi film where no women exist and people can see each other's thoughts.
LEGO unveils its largest playset yet. LEGO is hoping to challenge and impress shoppers with the brand new Lego Colosseum, which checks in at over 9,000 pieces, making it the largest Lego set to-date. The colosseum Lego set, which will be available to buy on Nov. 27, is part of the brand’s Creator Expert line, which is designed for builders over the age of 18 years old.
We have the answers to our Mech Suit hypothetical question, and a call to our listeners to help Dan track down an anime film from his youth.
And finally, we say good bye to Herbert F. Solow. Solow was integral to getting Star Trek on the air, and he created the stardate system.
This week's podcast promo: Watchathon of Rassilon