Better late than never - here's the latest episode of the Across the Universe Podcast that released more than a week ago. Since then, you've probably already 2001 positive reviews of Gravity but I hope you'll still have fun listening to the three of us discussing three of our favorite Sci-Fi classics - if you haven't already.
Furthermore, we have detected two small errors: Of course, Neil Armstrong was the first man on the moon - not Louis. And the book that served as inspiration for Blade Runner was called Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep.
0:33 - Chick-chatter
3:37 - Trailers
4:13 - Interesting Movies of the Fortnight
24:43 - The chicks discuss Blade Runner (1982)
40:23 - The chicks discuss Sleeper (1973)
47:26 - The chicks discuss 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
1:06:17 - Plugs and Goodbyes
David Bowie - Space Oddity
Richard O'Brien - Science Fiction/Double Feature
Jim Sturgess - Across The Universe
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