Wed, 11 November 2020
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are bringing back a formula they haven't had since summer 2018, and they're looking at old failed TV pilots to analyze and wonder what could have been. This episode features two sci-fi pilots, both pushing two episodes in length, and each with sci-fi/fantasy genre bonafides attached, George r. R. Martin's 993 "Doorways" and Bryan Fuller's 2014 "High Moon." One feels like "Sliders" and the other feels like little else.
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Episode 283 includes:
-R.I.P. Alex Trebeck and Sean Connery.
-Johnny Depp removed from "Fantastic Beasts 3."
-Nate says if you're a fan of "The Craft" you should skip the reboot/sequel, "The Craft: Legacy."
-Nate and Ben finally watch "The New Mutants," the movie that's been delayed since 2017, and they wish they hadn't.
-TV Pilots -- "Doorways" (1993) and "High Moon" (2014)
-"Doorways" is like "Sliders" but written for the dumbest common denominator.
-"High Moon" has goofy characters, a mystery on the moon, and geo-political machinations, plus a giant robot dinosaur and magic Indian mystic warriors.