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Jen Albright of Have You Seen This? returns to talk about the 1977 Canadian sci-fi flick Starship Invasions, directed by Ed Hunt and starring Christopher Lee and Robert Vaughn. We explore the film's fascinating blend of (allegedly) real-life UFO lore and B-movie silliness, the strange use of suicide as a plot device, alien food pills, gender roles,…
 
Guitar spaceships! Extraterrestrial new wave bands! Teenage rockabilly gangs! Escaped madmen! Sea monsters! Awkwardly shoehorned Jermaine Jackson videos! The 1984 sci-fi rock n’ roll musical Voyage of the Rock Aliens has it all, and joining me to chat about it for this special bonus episode is LA-based funk wizard Chaki. Along the way we delve into…
 
This week fellow UFO lifer and musician Chris Corry of Vintage UFOs joins me to talk about the 1992 television miniseries Intruders, based on the book of the same name by Budd Hopkins. We discuss how Intruders influenced subsequent portrayals of alien abductions, cast a hypothetical Netflix-era remake, look into the alleged properties of alien impl…
 
This week I open the pod bay doors for writer and filmmaker Mark Slutsky to discuss Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey. We talk about the film’s enduring influence, the surprising role played by food and eating in it, humanoid versus non-humanoid aliens, and more! P.S. As a special treat for listeners I've made a Saucer Cinema…
 
This week I am joined by Bitter Karella to discuss the 1970 documentary film adaptation of Erich Von Daniken’s best-selling ancient astronauts tome Chariots of the Gods? We unpack the dubious legacy of the book and film, ponder the status of fast food mascots as celestial beings, tease the romantic and sexual exploits of space gods, and explore Kar…
 
On this week’s mothership-sized episode Jen Albright of the podcast Have You Seen This? beams aboard to talk about the 1976 documentary Overlords of the UFO. We explore the film’s charming 70s crackpot aesthetics, Jen’s own real life encounter with the UFO crowd, Uri Gellar, psychic dolphins, internet culture, cosmic ray-induced idiocy, the secret …
 
Our movie this week is the 1995 made-for-television film Visitors of the Night, directed by Jorge Montesi and starring Markie Post and Candace Cameron. Joining me to discuss this shockingly-not-a-Lifetime-movie offering is the ever-delightful Mandee from the podcasts Fake Movies and Colorado Creeps.By Alex Rancourt
 
Welcome to Saucer Cinema, the podcast about UFOs, aliens, and otherworldly phenomena in film, tv, and other media. For this inaugural episode I am joined by Erik Thybony of the podcast Illogical Contraption: Nights After Dark to discuss the 1989 film adaptation of Whitley Strieber’s alien abduction classic, Communion, directed by Philippe Mora and …
 
What’s Darker Than Night / Frozen Time Snake / The Grand Conjunction And Its Astrological Components / Living In 5D / The Seed Of The Golden Age / The Moon Is An Alien Spacecraft / Maiden Goes To Bollywood / Aurora Krystal Matrix Re-Encryption Of Elemental Body / Armageddon Software Of The False Father Negative Alien Religions / Yacht Club Roll Cal…
 
Also featured: Coronavirus-Epistein Connection / Ghost in Houston / Matrix 4 Filming / The Densities and Holographic Projections of Consciousness of the 15-Dimensional Time Matrix / Richard Stanley and the Color Out of Space / The Aftermath of the Alien Love Bite / Christopher Lee on the Occult
 
Russian Polka Ska Invasion / If You’re Into Geodes, You’re In Deep / The Wizard's Eye / The Deep Fake Defense / David Icke Documentary / Cosmic Black Death / Lovecraft Excerpt / Moloch Goes To Rome / Vatican Prayer Tracking / McMahon Mandela / All My Rexes Live In Texas / Erik’s Favorite Movies of the Decade Deal With It…
 
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