The Skiffy and Fanty Show 15: Literary Science Fiction vs. Literary Fantasy, and Torture Cinema One

29 Aug

We’re changing things up.  This week we discuss the difference between the literary science fiction and literary fantasy “fields” and review the dreadfully awful film, In the Name of the King.  It’s one part serious, one part hilarity, and two parts fun.

If you like the show, please review us on iTunes!  We could use the love.  And, of course, we hope you enjoy this episode.

Question of the Week:
We actually have a request instead of a question.  You might recall that we have a tagline at the beginning of each episode.  Well, we’d like you to help us come up with the tagline for next week’s episode.  Come up with a funny, ridiculous, cool, or downright weird tagline and send it to us.  You can email your taglines to skiffyandfanty [at] gmail [dot] com or send us a voicemail at 206-203-1686!  You can also leave a comment here or follow us on twitter.  We’d love to hear your creative responses!  (The only rule is that your tagline needs to be relatively clean; no curse words.)

Here’s the episode (show notes are below):


Episode Fifteen — Download (MP3)

Intro:  Literary Science Fiction vs. Literary Fantasy (0:00 – 22:45):

Main Event:  Torture Cinema — In the Name of the King (22:46 – 1:00:45):

  • In the Name of the King (IMDB)
  • Feel free to send us your suggestions for a terrible science fiction or fantasy movie that we should watch.  It doesn’t have to be a movie you’ve seen, by the way.  If you’ve heard that something is awful and want us to watch it for you, we will!

The End:  Reading and Writing; the Question of the Week (1:00:46 – 1:03:44)

That’s all, folks!  See you next week.

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