Barbara R. has created two Ninja ringtones…
The topic of discussion for Show #13 will be Bruce Sterling’s 1996 novel, Holy Fire.
While it’s not set in the same universe as Schismatrix (I think), it deals with many of Sterling’s favorite subjects from that story: longevity, and technology as a tool for rebirth. There’s also the possibility that Jack Mangan will drop by to chat with us on this one
Two other items of note: the Ninjas now have a tip jar. Feel free to donate shamelessly, because from time to time, we may pimp shamelessly!
Also, David Moldawer is now officially a full-fledged Ninja. In case you haven’t heard it yet, you really need to listen to Wingin’ It Show #56 in order to experience the sheer chutzpa and brilliance that we are calling his Ninja Final Exam.
This time around, we discuss the 1976 cult classic film, Logan’s Run.
The Ninjas also share their thoughts on comparing the original film with the novel, and what the impending remake by Joel Silver might look like.
Sorry about this guys, but Show #12 about Logan’s Run will be delayed a few days due to unforeseen suckage, er, technical difficulties. Meanwhile, may I direct your attention over here to this display of bright, shiny objects?
The topic of discussion for Show #12 will be the 1976 film Logan’s Run. Yes, it’s based on the William F. Nolan & George Clayton Johnson novel, but I’ve never read it. And yes, there was a short-lived TV series in 1977 starring Gregory Harrison and Heather Menzies (14 episodes), but I never saw it. […]
This week, we discuss Dune, the 1965 Frank Herbert novel that continues to have an impact on the way people think about science fiction.
The Ninjas also cover the theatrical movie (several different versions of it), and the more recent SciFi Channel miniseries treatment of the book. Listen to their varied opinions on the creative interpretations.
However, there are some other shows that might be of interest to the KAMN audience: The Adventures of Brisco County Jr, Pinky and the Brain, the animated Beetlejuice, Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, V, La Femme Nikita, and for me (whoo-hoo), Spenser: For Hire.
This week, we discuss the 1985 fantasy Ladyhawke. Is it a cult classic, or is it something else entirely?
It’s Dune, boys and girls!
We’re going to talk about the book that started it all, the David Lynch movie, and the SciFi Channel miniseries.