Slice of SciFi #118: Voicemail Show

This is the show for our fans and listeners! Voicemails, emails, we want to hear your comments and feedback… Keep it coming!

This week, Michael, Summer, Brian and Tim ponder the questions posed by your voicemail submissions, and once again HERE THERE BE SPOILERS!!



Submitting Listener comments: If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know. You can now leave a voicemail comment in the comments section of the show, or call our Voicemail Number, 206-339-TREK, or email Michael with a comment you’ve recorded yourself!

Comments

  1. says

    Sunshine is loosely based on the short story ‘Phoenix’ by Clark Ashton Smith, written in 1958. It can be read on the web here :-

    http://www.eldritchdark.com/writings/short-stories/164/phoenix

    Sadly the film is very good for the first two thirds in showing people under extreme pressure. The last third is just silly and destroys most of the good work done up to that point. It doesn’t help that the film makes one or two basic science mistakes and crew members do a lot of very very stupid things.

  2. Alex says

    Thanks to Barb from San Diego for bringing up Disasterpiece Theater.

    I remember this show well. It ran on XETV Channel 6 Fridays (later Saturdays) at 11:30 pm from August 1980 to July 1981. More than 8 years before MST3K aired on local television, this show featured the worst films of all time with sarcastic comments scrolled on the bottom of the screen and corny skits between reels. They would also insert clips and sound effects during the movie. During “The Mole People,” they played Devo’s “Whip It” as a moleman slave is whipped.

    The show was created by two employees in XETV’s film department, Jay Curtis (host Sal U. Lloyd) and Bruce Mueller (The Other Guy). Some of the movies I remember were “Revenge of the Creature,” “Shriek of the Mutilated,” and “Tober.”

  3. Patty says

    This is about blood donating and having tattoos. In many states tattooing doesnt exclude you from giving blood because tattoo artists have to be licenced now. Check with your states red cross to find out if you are able to give bllod. I had a tattoo 1 week before giving blood and it was all good :)

    Patty

  4. says

    I’ll have to look into it Patty. The United Blood Services group didn’t take folks with a tattoo within the past 6 months. I’ll have to check with them again and see if they have changed their policy. Of course I’ll be going to Georgia which might have different rules. If I can I’ll be sure to donate!

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