Our panel couldn't come to a unanimous verdict so we need your help! Is The Matrix Reloaded guilty of crimes against fandom? #thematrix #scifi #podernfamily @OhRyanCasey @AndiAlhadeff @allison_lizotte @SciFiProject @AndrewLeeCreech
— SciFi on Trial (@scifiontrial) March 6, 2018
Our tribunal of nerds debate the merits of The Matrix sequels (The Matrix Revolutions and The Matrix Reloaded) to determine if either film is guilty of crimes against fandom. Hosted by Jesse Mercury, featuring Andi Alhadeff, Ryan Casey, Andrew Lee Creech, Allison Lizotte and Daniel Desrosiers.
The next episode of SciFi on Trial will be broadcast live on YouTube! Tune in this Sunday, September 17, at 6:30PM PT on youtube.com/jessemercuryscifi to see John, Ryan and Jesse discuss whether John Carter is worth your time to watch. The trial format will be altered for a live audience, you can get the details in advance in this podcast announcement episode.
SciFi on Trial delves into the morass of convoluted time travel, liquid robots and car accidents that is Terminator Genisys, to determine if it is guilty of crimes against fandom. Hosted by Jesse Mercury, featuring Ryan Casey, Johnny Unicorn, Allison Lizotte, Daniel Desrosiers and Naomi Adele Smith.
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The Happening is remembered as a poorly acted mess, but is it actually a pitch perfect B movie? (Not a bee movie, because the bees are all dying, because science.) Our panel determines the quality of this film once and for all. Hosted by Jesse Mercury, featuring Billy Anderson, Ryan Casey, Anica Cihla, Johnny Unicorn and an interview from Jayne Smith.
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