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Editorial | Do the Old Movies Hold Up?

Well? Do they?  This morning I read this fantastic article from the AV Club  discussion how well Willow, Ron Howard’s 27 year old brainchild, withstands the test of time.  The author discusses the deep impact the movie had on him as a child, and how many years later, he has recently dug out a copy of the movie and watched it, finding the imagery, while dated, to be as fantastical, macabre, and imaginative as he did as a child, if slightly less engrossing–different from other movies of the same time frame, which have aged more poorly. Continue reading

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Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 25, Stolen Sci-Fi Themes

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In which, Tracy and staff writer Kurt Klein watch three SciFi movies and discuss how they are similar to other, more famous SciFi entertainment.  Kurt reveals that he has watched Space Balls over 400 times, and Tracy discovers that it is possible to play six degrees to Alien with almost anything.

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