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Roger Colby, science fiction novelist and Richard Kutz, pop culture expert and fanboy deluxe, take you on a raucous journey as they review current pop culture/science fiction topics. Join them for discussions about current science fiction books, shows and video games and laugh along with them as they review most everything fanboy. Each week they will also pick out the "Movie of the Week" for you to watch (or don't watch).
 
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William Reusch: high school teacher and social scientist

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Educational podcast focused on deep exploration of controversial topics. Hosted by William Reusch, a Los Angeles based high school teacher. This podcast provides a much needed objective information through civil discourse with various guests.
 
Hosted by Smyth Automotive's Andrew Rosen and B-105's Jason "Stattman" Statt, Sockets and Cylinders is all about the pride of working on your vehicle. Learn tips and tricks from experts in the automotive field, hear Stattman's creative solutions to truck troubles, and get your parts and repair questions answered.
 
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After a three year run, we have decided to finally power down the stardrive. We are sad to do so, but life has changed drastically for both of us and we don't have the time to devote to it anymore. We've enjoyed making you laugh, watching weird and horrible movies together, looking at pilot episodes for ancient lame shows, and reviewing some new fi…
 
Dr. Sheena Mason is an author and professor of African American Literature that has developed a controversial and groundbreaking concept to fight racism known as the "Theory of Racelessness". In this episode Sheena and Will discuss the common criticisms of her theory, how racelessness is not colorblindness, and why she believes that in order to def…
 
Not much hit theaters this week, so we didn't really review any motion picture, but we did watch Amazon Prime's "Reacher". We give our review from the perspective of someone who has read several of the Lee Child novels (Roger) and someone who hasn't (Richard). Our movie of the week is "I Am Lisa", a werewolf movie with hairless werewolves, Lee Pres…
 
We found a very weird horror movie worth a look called "Deep Red". It's an Italian feast for the eyes and has some of the weirdest murders we've ever witnessed. More importantly, we provide a spoiler filled discussion about the new Jason Reitman film: "Ghostbusters: Afterlife". It's been a long time coming, but we were so glad to finally see it... …
 
Hollis Robbins is Dean of the School of Arts & Humanities at Sonoma State University and has had a long career in Education. In this episode, she and Will discuss the challenges that come with scaling good education, what good education even looks like, and then dive into the world of African American Literature and how she has become one of the fo…
 
Over on Showtime there is a sequel to the movie "Agent" which is called "Agent Revelation". No, it's not a sequel to the "Left Behind" series of films with Kirk Cameron. It's a little unintentionally funny action adventure written, directed and starring Derek Tang. He thinks a lot of himself, as the cast continue to fawn over his character constant…
 
Since January 2019, I have been fortunate enough to engage in deep discussions with diverse humans (in all of the ways people can be diverse) throughout 100 episodes of the show. From university professors to cage fighters, legal children to senior citizens, Democrats, Republicans, etc. I have sought understanding from them all and now share what I…
 
This week we are back with a really weird little movie called "Slaxx" which is a heavy-handed satire about cheap, overseas labor. It was actually really funny, and we give a breakdown of the film for you in case you want to watch it on Tubi. We also review Clint Eastwood's new film "Cry Macho" and a new '70's styled cop action film called "Copshop"…
 
Quisha King gained some notoriety when she stood up and pushed back against critical race theory in public schools. Being a successful entrepreneur and mother, Quisha is attempting to change the narratives and shift towards a more empowering narrative for the Black American community. She and Will discuss the untold history of successful Black Amer…
 
Once in a while we come across a film that could be a cult classic, and this one takes the cake. "Psycho Goreman" is about the greatest evil in the universe under the control of a bratty little girl. The film is nearly all practical effects and is basically "Wishmaster", a Gwar concert and the most graphic kids movie (if it IS a kids movie) we've e…
 
There is a movie called "5G Zombies". We watched it. It was horrible. Probably worse than any other movie we have dared to watch. We made it through to the end even though both of us wanted to shut it off. We also watched "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" which was incredible and we review that here. Happy Labor Day, folks!…
 
Wilfred Reilly is a political scientist, author, and professor at Kentucky State University (an HCBU) who's research focuses on empirical testing of political claims. In this conversation he & Will discuss the shocking truth behind media narratives and "hate crimes" as well as the complex situation America is in regarding racial issues.…
 
If you love 2D rendered special effects, the re-use of rubber severed limbs, watching as a stuffed animal is torn apart or a gorilla suit posing as a Sasquatch costume, then you'll love this gem we found in the garbage. Tune in to hear the highlights, or just watch it on Tubi with commercials. You'll need those breaks in between the insanity.…
 
Have you ever heard of that creepy sailor boy doll which is supposed to be possessed and has been supposedly responsible for a few deaths? Well, this movie isn't about that actual doll. In "Robert", we have a doll that looks strangely like Willem Dafoe but if he had been stung about the face by a swarm of bees. This slow-paced (and we ain't kiddin'…
 
Mack Beggs is a two-time Texas state champion wrestler that faced controversy when he was forced to compete in the girls' division despite being transgender. In this conversation, Mack & will break down the nuance and complexity surrounding Transgender athletes, including the differences between various divisions, advantages, stigmas, and aims for …
 
This week we take a look at "Nightman", a comic book turned television show that ran for two seasons from 1996-1998. It was created by Glen A. Larson, a prolific creator who is responsible for such classics as "Magnum P.I.", "Battlestar Galactica", "Knight Rider" and "Hawaii Five-O". Well, even great creatives sometimes make garbage. Nightman is cu…
 
A first for us, we review "A Glitch in the Matrix", a "documentary" (we use the term lightly) about... you guessed it... whether or not we are living in a simulation. Well, the "documentary" falls victim to many of the logical fallacies that many people today are prone, mainly false cause and cognitive dissonance. When are people going to realize t…
 
Because we usually review horrible movies on this podcast, movies that are so bad they are unintentionally funny, we watched the latest Fast and the Furious mess that is called "F9". Probably written by a 5 year old, listen in as we talk about the reasons you should watch this movie, and not all of them have to do with the fact that it was so bad w…
 
Mustapha Ezzarghani is the co-founder and president of The Moroccan-Israeli Friendship Association (MIFA).www.mifa.us.org Born into a life where he was taught to hate (Israel & the Jewish people), life experiences opened his mind up to the complex reality of the situation. In this episode, Will & Mustapha discuss the very polarized situation regard…
 
We have reviewed some real stinkers in our day, but this one made us force each other to finish it. "Monster Force Zero" is about a bunch of zeroes who, with zero plot, zero talent and zero budget fight aliens on behalf of other aliens while throwing out one liners from other movies and somehow getting away with using licensed costumes without perm…
 
It goes by many names- Critical (Race) Theory, Wokeness, Social Justice, etc. but no matter the label, the talented Kimi Katiti believes it is a dangerous and hurtful ideology. In this episode Will & Kimi discuss her journey as well as how artistic expression holds the key to the mind-prison so many are trapped in.…
 
Salome' Sibonex is a writer, podcaster, and philosopher that has provided much needed deep truths about humanity on social media platforms. So much on Instagram caters to very simplistic narratives about people and circumstances and Salome has sought to bring something different. In this episode, She and Will discuss identity, "woke" culture, and t…
 
Nick Christakis is an author, medical doctor, and sociology professor that runs the Human Nature Lab at Yale. Will & Nick discuss his books Apollo's Arrow & Blueprint and what the global pandemic shows us about humanity. Will & Nick discuss his books Apollo's Arrow & Blueprint and what the global pandemic shows us about humanity. Topics include tri…
 
Erec Smith is an accomplished professor of Rhetoric and Composition at York College or Pennsylvania and has written several books on the subject including a critique of Critical Race Theory where he instead promotes empowerment theory—which promotes individual, communal, and strategic efficacy rather than the "primacy of identity". Will and Erec di…
 
Erec Smith is an accomplished professor of Rhetoric and Composition at York College or Pennsylvania and has written several books on the subject including a critique of Critical Race Theory where he instead promotes empowerment theory—which promotes individual, communal, and strategic efficacy rather than the "primacy of identity". Will and Erec di…
 
We finally found another retro pilot to watch, and it's a good one. Back in 1990, the same year that the John Wesley Shipp version of "The Flash" aired on CBS (which only went for one season), "Super Force" hit the television screen, starring several forgettable actors, but strangely starring G. Gordon Liddy as the villain... and he's playing a guy…
 
This week we have a real treat! We watched a convoluted kung fu movie set in Tokyo, aptly named "Tokyo Raiders". The film was directed by a guy named Jingle Ma (no kidding) in 2000, but the actors all speak Chinese (mostly). It has more plot twists than a soap opera and is quite unintentionally funny. We brought along our guest today, one Patrick H…
 
Vesper Stamper is a New York City artist that uses the medium of young adult books to tell stories that connect to deep truths. In this episode, Vesper and Will discuss the importance of art, why so many artists are blinded to our current problems in America, and how artistic people will be the ones to guide us back from the brink.…
 
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