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The Warp Zone: Sept. 13, 2009
The Warp Zone is back with another big episode dominated by comic book heroes! "Best...Warp Zone...Ever!"
Patrick and Cris chat about the proposed takeover of Marvel by Disney, the response by Warner with DC, and what it will take for DC to catch up. WARNING: severe geekiness! If you're not a comic fan, we might sound like we're speaking in Martian.
Patrick also chats about the stunning look and confusing story of Tim Burton's "9". He even get his wife involved in this one. Oh, dear...
And, as always, the latest in SF news and information. You know you shouldn't listen, but you're going to anyway. You can't help but to push at shiny, candy-like button...
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The Warp Zone: August 30, 2009
The Masters of Sci-Fu are back with more news and information from the outer realms. News on Rob Zombie, Summer Glau, Megan Fox and more.
Patrick talks with producer Michael Uslan, the man behind everything Batman in Hollywood. Geeks, we have found one of our own in the Hollywood halls of power. Rejoice!
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The Boys Are Back!
The stars of Mystery Science Theater 3000 are holding the comedy event of the year!
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The Warp Zone: July 19,2009
The Masters of Sci-Fu are back for another episode. Please...don't make eye contact. It just gets them all worked up.
Patrick and Cris talk about Harry Potter, Moon and a new show they can't live without, Man vs Cartoon.
Plus, all the latest news and information you could possibly want. Yah, we know you always want more, but if you're that damn desperate, go get the information for yourself.
The Warp Zone: June 28, 2009
The Masters of Sci-Fu are back. Today on the menu...Transformers. Evidently, cocaine is back in a big way in Hollywood. Listen in. We have the proof. The photo says it all.
PLUS: Trek Expo 2009, comic news and The Brothers Murphy. Who can resist?
And, as always, the latest in sci-fi news and information.
The new "V" series
The Warp Zone: June 7, 2009
The Masters of Sci-Fu are back again. Kinda like a the seasons...or a bad rash...take your pick.
The boys talk about Land of the Lost. Trust us...you'll be missing the puppets.
No Armageddon Watch story. We are in a state of limbo instead of outright hell. A subtle distinction, we know, but an important one. Relish it while you can.
And, as always, the latest news and information from the Sci-Fi universe. No pithy comment here, just thanks for coming. You can email us about anything you want to talk about at email@example.com.
The Warp Zone: May 25, 2009
The Masters of Sci-Fu are back with the latest edition of what's what. Don't blame us. You knew this was coming.
Patrick and Cris go over McG's "Terminator Salvation" and Wizard Magazine lists the top 25 sci-fi tv series of all time. Both get torn apart with the subtlety of a rabid pit-bull on crank. CLICK HERE if you want to follow along with Wizard's list.
And, as always, the latest in sci-fi news and information. Ok...now move along. Nothing to see here.
The Warp Zone: May 9, 2009
Patrick, Cris and Rusty sit down and chat mainly about two movies...Wolverine and Star Trek.
Plus, a Warp Zone first. Patrick and Cris offer a full, unabridged apology to director JJ Abrams. When word about the movie first came out, the boys were, shall we say, less than enthusiastic. Now it appears that Mr. Abrams has figured out the one way to save the dying franchise and he did it using one of the oldest Star Trek plot tools. Hope has been restored, and like in The Wrath of Khan, the birth of a new world...this one free of the plot and continuity shackles that damn near killed the one before. Hazaah! Mr. Abrams, you have the respect and the thanks of three Treckies. Well done, sir.
As for Wolverine, to director Gavin Hood: dude, what the hell were you thinking? Go back to making kickboxing movies, mac.
And as always, the in-depth analysis that you expect from The Masters of Sci-Fu. Kinda make you tingle, don't it?
The Warp Zone: April 26, 2009
The guys are back. Sorry.
Topics: 3D, reboots, Star Trek and IT'S SUMMER BLOCKBUSTER SEASON! The boys chat about whats coming, what to expect and personal feelings about could be another load of manure from Hollywood Farms.
No Armageddon Watch this time. We want to stay positive going into summer season. Please, God, don't let it suck.
As always, the Masters of Sci-Fu will kick you in the groin with stunning analysis of everything sci-fi. Interesting image, huh?
The Warp Zone - March 29, 2009
Patrick and Cris sit down and chat about the world's most challenging issues, like why horror movies nowadays suck. News items include a rebranding for the SciFi Channel (now just "SyFy", kinda like "Prince" or "Cher", only more lame). We also take a look at a coming online video game delivery service that could upset the balance of power and we call our gaming expert Rusty for his two cents.
The boys talk about Battlestar Galactica final episode. Patrick thought the first hour was like BBQ - messy, meaty goodness that, even though you are fully satisfied, you want more. The second hour was like a bowl of steamed rice. It was there, but not quite as fulfilling as it should be. Cris liked both hours, but agreed on many points.
Final conclusion: damn fine series that will be missed.
As always, the best Sci Fu in the universe. That's right...our Sci Fu is best. Deal with it.
More goodness from "The Crew"
Stewart cleans up the engine room.
The Warp Zone: March 8, 2009
In this latest edition of The Warp Zone, brother Patrick and Cris do what they do when they talk politics...FIGHT! IT'S A KNOCK DOWN, DRAG OUT, ALMOST SUPERHERO LIKE...awww, who are we kidding. But it is a heated discussion about the new Watchman movie. Yes, the big blue schlong, too.
Armageddon Watch: Spiderman and The Addams Family hit Broadway in yet another attempt to destroy some our most treasured childhood memories. We're waiting for Disney's "The Black Hole" on ice. Riveting.
And, as always, the latest in sci-fi news and information. WE NEED YOU! Let us know what you think about the Watchman movie. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll feature your reviews here on our site. Thank you and goodnight.
The Warp Zone: Feb. 22, 2009
In the latest edition of The Warp Zone, Patrick and Cris talk about the latest news in the realm of sci-fi.
Patrick has a new toy and uses it to call Australia. The boys talk with Darrin Albert, the man behind Scifiscoop.com.
Plus, our favorite comedy show, Big Bang Theory!
Armageddon Watch: The latest superhero movie? STRETCH ARMSTRONG! Wait...what? On the horizon, other Hasbro products like Monopoly and Candy Land. No, that's not the punch line. Sorry. You are now excused to sob in the corner.
You can follow along daily as they guys scour the web for the latest news. Check out http://twitter.com/thewarpzone.
The latest episode of "The Crew"
"The Crew" is now officially The Warp Zone's favorite online outer-space TV show under 10 minutes in length. The have their own website now. Click here to take a look. This time, the Crew of the U.S. Azureas come across an unidentified Ghost Ship out in space.
Interview with Paramount's LeeAnn Stables about new Transformers
The Warp Zone's Patrick Murphy had the pleasure to talk with Paramount's LeeAnn Stables about this summer's Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
CLICK HERE to view photos of the new Autobots at The Chicago Auto Show Wednesday, Feb. 11th.
The Warp Zone: Feb. 8th, 2009
On this episode of The Warp Zone, the boys discuss the loss of the two hours of their lives used to view the movie "Push". Then it's a recap and discussion of the happenings on "Battlestar Galactica". Do you REALLY want to mess with this chick? Oh, yes. Hurt me, PLEASE!
Armageddon Watch: Val Kilmer, Governor of New Mexico? Yah. We got chills too...and not in a good way. Plus, a possible reboot of "Predator". You grab the hand basket, I'll call hell and let them know were on the way.
And of course, all the latest news and information from the world of sci-fi and fantasy. It's just like a wonderful night out at a dinner theater, only there's no music, dancing, food or waiters. Wait...what?
TV Guide talks Battlestar Galactica
TV Guide talks with Battlestar Galactica's Edward James Olmos and Mary McDonnell.
Check out the latest episode of
The latest episode of "The Crew" is now available from Koldcast.tv. This episode is called "The Last Romantics". Enjoy!
The Warp Zone: Jan. 25, 2009
Patrick and Cris are back (despite the court order) and give the news outlets and alien anal probe to bring you the latest sci-fi and fantasy tidbits.
Armageddon Watch: Barbie meets James T. Kirk. I wonder if he got her a great deal on Priceline.com.
And, as always, more news and information than you can shake a wookie at. Come to think about it, it would probably be the other way around.
This week's catch phrase...IN 3D! Where was the technology when "Porky's" came out, huh?
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Moviefone's Best Bets for 2009
The Warp Zone's Patrick Murphy chats with AOL Moviefone editor Angie Arghbrite about what's on the way for 2009.
The Warp Zone chats with 'The Crew'
'The Crew' is a new series on Koldcast.tv modeled after the tv series 'The Office'. If you're a fan of The Warp Zone, this will be right up your alley.
Click the POD link above to listen to the interview with series creator Brett Register and watch episode one by clicking on the video below.
Murphy talks about getting 'Lost'
The Warp Zone talks with The TV Guide Channel's official 'Lost' expert Maggie Furlong.
Khan is gone. Ricardo Montalban dies at 88
Ricardo Montalban died today at the age of 88. I remember seeing this smooth, elegant, powerful actor for the first time on the original Star Trek as Khan Noonien Singh. Soon, it was Mr. Roark on Fantasy Island. There have been many rolls since, but his portrayal as Khan in the movie Star Trek II will be remembered as the single most dramatic and passionate villain in the Star Trek universe and, possibly, in the history of movies.
Mr. Montalban wrote the manual on how to make a sci-fi villain more than just a two-dimensional character that gives the hero something to do. He made Khan a person that, even though you wouldn't want to meet him in a dark alley, you still respected.
He was an actor who defined a major character in the realm of science fiction. There's one less star shining in the universe, and space is much darker without him. He will be missed.
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The Warp Zone: Jan. 11, 2009
The boys are back! After almost two years, Patrick, Cris and Rusty sat down to talk about 2008 and what's up for 2009 and beyond.
Armageddon Watch: The secret word of the day...WEREWOLVES! When you hear it, scream real loud. I mean it. Please.
And, as always, the latest news and information that you could probably get elsewhere, but are just too damn lazy to get yourself. Fine...we'll do it. But you have to do the dishes.
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