JM and Ryan are again joined by our regular roundtable co-hosts, Mykal and Dave to discuss the new behind the scenes video for ALIEN: Covenant, and talk about everything that's come out in the past few weeks as we build in anticipation for ALIEN Day 4/26/17. This was a fun episode. We hope you enjoy!
Jaime and Ryan sit down to discuss the latest news in ALIEN fandom.....the kickass poster, the news of another ALIEN film being prepped and readied for filming....what film we believe it is, Fox's recent involvement with the larger fan community and so much more. It's been over two weeks since we've recorded, and we're happy to back in the swing of things again. We also take this opportunity to discuss, at length, PROXIMITY: Last Stand At Hadley's Hope, Perfect Organism's first formal full length and original audio drama. Thank you for listening, and for being awesome.
JM and Ryan are joined by David Gogel, who has shared opinion pieces about the Alien experience, that he's written, and our second time guest, Mykal Mcculloch, for what will now be an ongoing, and official round table discussion, which we will produced once a month, or when schedules permit. This episode we're all discussing the latest Walter viral video, where we see the series going, with the news that Ridley Scott will be in the director's chair for the foreseeable future...and so much more. Join us!
Ryan and JM are joined by 3 honored guests...Aaron Percival, who runs the AvP Galaxy website and social media pages, Ross Poulter, admin, and second in command over at The Weyland Yutani Bulletin, and Mykal, an incredibly committed fan of the Alien series, and new member of The Weyland Yutani Bulletin. This episode finds us sending off Private Hudson in our own way, honoring Bill Paxton's legacy, and his place in our own lives. We then move on to discuss the latest trailer for Alien Covenant, in-depth. This was a fantastic episode. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed recording it!
Stasis Interrupted is a category intended for our one off shows that aren't exactly typical episodes for us. This episode is particularly poignant, as this was host Peter Haight's last formal show with Perfect Organism (he will be back here and there). We send him off with our best regards. Peter helped to build Perfect Organism to the show that it is today. Thank you, Peter.
JM, Ryan and Peter read an unfinised scripted entitled ALIEN : GENESIS, which picks up, months after Ripley 8 has crash landed on earth, and settled in New Russia. JM also reads a portion of a completed (and discarded) script entitled ALIEN : RISING, again, picking up moments after The Betty, from Alien Resurrection, breaks into Earth's atmosphere. We hope you enjoy. A lot of editing and time went into this show.
JM and Ryan get together the recent news surrounding the prospects of Neill Blomkamp directing an ALIEN film, and an ALIEN universe beyond Ripley. We also discuss the recent statements from James Cameron about the validity of more films, and what it all could mean.
Ryan, Peter and JM, got together to record what I feel like is some of our best work yet. Particularly, for myself (JM), I was able to discuss, in depth why science fiction is important, and the layers that great sci-fi stories and films can present, should we give it the thought, time and space. On this episode, the crew discusses the first teaser trailer for Blade Runner 2049, our first impressions, Arrival...the nature of androids, man's ethics when it comes to how we treat our creation, language, and so much more. Please join us for a great discussion.
In this episode Jaime and Ryan further investigate every moment from the long awaited trailer for Alien: Covenant. We leave no stone unturned and even wax poetic about what constitutes great science fiction, the fickle and never happy fan community and so much more. Peter is on hiatus from the show until he's fully moved in and settled. Join us for what is one of our best episodes yet.