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This week was huge for The Obsessive Viewer Podcast. For starters, I edited this week’s episode in a new program that is going to be far less problematic than Garageband and, as I type this, I’m expecting some sweet new podcasting equipment to be delivered. But most exciting is the fact that we signed up for IndyPopCon. We’ll have more information down the road but, for now, we’re very excited.

This week is Space Movies Part 1! I hope you like it.

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11/8 – Episode 25 – Space Movies Part I – Gravity, Armageddon and The Right Stuff

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This week Matt, Tiny and Mike discuss space movies in honor of Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity. After discussing the movie, the guys share some of their favorite space movies. Then Mike discovers New Girl, Tiny talks about Duck Dynasty and Matt tells of a Magnet (the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures) space movie double feature.

Timestamps & Spoiler Warnings

  • Gravity3:00
  • Gravity Spoilers – 10:38-11:13; 16:18-18:25; 19:26-20:40; 23:08-24:28
  • Apollo 1326:09
  • Armageddon31:56
  • Sunshine37:05
  • The Right Stuff47:55
  • Moon51:56
  • Moonraker56:07
  • OV Potpourri1:00:18 (Duck Dynasty, New Girl, Europa Report/Last Days on Mars)


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