0051: Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Night of the Lepus, Donnie Darko

0051: Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Night of the Lepus, Donnie Darko

0051: Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Night of the Lepus, Donnie Darko Just when you thought Easter was over SFRS turns up with a trifecta of films about rabbits! One of our better weeks for actually discussing what a film is and how it works (in my opinion), with a smattering of stardust from Chris’ latest …

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0050: Rabbits

0050: Rabbits

0050: Rabbits Its our 50th episode, yay us!  Its also Easter and so we kick off CREATURE FEATURE season with three (loosely) sci-fi films about rabbits.   GIVE US 5 STARS ON ITUNES!! See the list at sciencefictionratingsystem.com! Like us on Facebook facebook.com/sfratingsystem ! Follow us on twitter @sfratingsystem and instagram @sciencefictionratingsystem! Get in touch at sciencefictionratingsystem@gmail.com! Its our 50th episode, yay …

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0049: The Last Starfighter, Tron, Wargames

0049: The Last Starfighter, Tron, Wargames

0049: The Last Starfighter, Tron, Wargames Ready Player One hits cinemas this week, and so lets all pretend its the ’80s and this isn’t happening.  We watch three films where videogames are more than just videogames, and children are in space, and in the computer, and in NORAD.  Opinions are split with no one really agreeing …

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0048: 1980s Kids Sci-Fi Preview Week

0048: 1980s Kids Sci-Fi Preview Week

0048: 1980s Kids Sci-Fi Preview Week Hey, Ready Player One is out soon! Don’t go and see it because it will be terrible. Instead, watch three films with us that Ernest Kline watched when writing his awful book.  Also we have some sci-fi news! Watch the trailers here: Tron The Last Starfighter Wargames GIVE US 5 …

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0047: Solaris (2002), The Man Who Fell to Earth, Arrival

0047: Solaris (2002), The Man Who Fell to Earth, Arrival

0047: Solaris (2002), The Man Who Fell to Earth, Arrival This week we rank the three films chosen by Native director Daniel Fitzsimmons, and we’ve got a bit of everything- depressing space station suicide drama, linguistics and angry army men in a field, and ’70s insanity with Bowie. Have three films for us to watch? …

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0046: Guestlist I – Daniel Fitzsimmons

0046: Guestlist I – Daniel Fitzsimmons

0046: Guestlist I – Daniel Fitzsimmons In a first for the podcast director of new indie sci-fi Native Daniel Fitzsimmons sends us three films to watch and rank. Join us in watching the trailers from the links below (make sure you watch Man Who Fell to Earth trailer, its incredible). In a first for the …

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0045: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

0045: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

0045: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Alex steps into the captain’s chair to host a very special bumper Star Trek show.  We follow one of cinema’s strangest trilogies as the crew of the USS Enterprise fight an awesome villain, a …

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0043: The Faculty, Lost in Space, Dark City

0043: The Faculty, Lost in Space, Dark City

We travel back in time 20 years (20 years!!!) to watch and rank three very different films that all wear their late ’90s heritage proudly.  Ironic horror, gloomy miserabilism and Apollo Four Forty, this week has something for everyone!  Also a squatting child robot.    GIVE US 5 STARS ON ITUNES!! See the list at sciencefictionratingsystem.com! …

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0042: 1998 Preview Week Show

0042: 1998 Preview Week Show

Let’s all feel old by watching three films from 1998 because THAT WAS 20 YEARS AGO! Wow.  Three very different films get the trailer treatment as Alex quizzes us on 1998’s biggest export: Google. Also in this week’s show: Legitimate fanmail, Apollo Four Forty, and (inevitably) a bit of Star Trek. Watch the trailers below …

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