THE SCI-FI PODCAST EP 29: Doctor Strange – LIVE!

Welcome to The SciFi Podcasta wretched hive of scum and villainy a bi-weekly podcast focused on in-depth discussion of all things Science Fiction. The SciFi Podcast features four hosts—Mattroid, Solo, Brain, and Station!—and frequent guests. Each episode we look at a science fiction theme or franchise and take the discussion where no show has gone before.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is ever expanding, and after more than a dozen movies we’ve finally entered the mystical side of Marvel! Ushering us into the unknown, Doctor Strange joins the likes of Captain America and Iron-Man with his first entry into the MCU. How does it hold up against the other films? Do we finally get a decent Marvel villain?

In this episode, your faithful sci-fi crew brings you their review – LIVE! – right after their viewing of the film. What did you think about the Doctor Strange movie? Let us know in the comments section.

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Show Notes:

As before, this episode was recorded live from JCW’s restaurant in Lehi, Utah. No significant edits were made in the content, save for dead air and the occasional belch.

Ratings and Recommendations:

Mattroid – 7, Buy it!
Solo – 8, Buy it!
Brain – 7.5, Buy it!
Station! – 6.5, Buy it!

4 thoughts on “THE SCI-FI PODCAST EP 29: Doctor Strange – LIVE!

    • This is true in a comic book sense. However, time is an immaterial quantitative measurement. It is not a substance to be introduced, but a property of the very fabric of the universe. If a dimension CAN have time, then it will have always HAD time. In a strictly “physical truth about the universe that comic book writers mess up and make up stuff that isn’t real” way. So I get what it “does” in the movie, it’s just not accurate in the real world. And I can hear Station! yelling “STOP RUINING MY FUN!!!” now…..

  1. I thought I’d share this with you in case you weren’t aware of it. It’s a pretty cool short. Not a lot happens, but it’s visually gorgeous, I think. I’d be very interested to see a full movie about whatever it is that I saw haha.

    Lost Boy

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