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The Brandon Peters Show

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In lieu of my 40th Birthday this week (January 20th), I want to do something a little special for the show this week. So, I’m trying my hand at the world of podcast/YouTube game playing. I have long desired to play Clue: The VCR Mystery Game ev
Tony’s brewing habit has been one of the most odd choices to have as a constant character trait on a show that rarely focuses on them. There’s some anti-matter lecturing in this episode, a fish minotaur made from costumes used in the previous 2
With Scream (5) coming out this week, the monthly commentary session cracked into the 1996 original. We take a look at this monumental moment that more or less saved the horror genre at the box office. A movie that has no problem with time caps
If you feel like this episode reminds you an awful lot of last week’s episode, you’re not alone! Many elements of our previous discussion and detail seep up here in a second week with Fred Freiberger at the helm writing it all. Hurray? And our
Ah, another alien boards Moonbase Alpha and causes some hell. Something that happens all too frequently. We begin of two Fred Freiberg written episodes that almost easily reflect one another. And our regular reminder, we are going through Space
Well, its Christmas Eve, so why not bring some holiday cheer? Who better to ring in that joy than Beyonce….and Kelly and Michelle. Its the Destiny’s Child Christmas cheer we all wanted! Greg McGoon rejoins to help close out the year on the show
Science fiction loves the concept of mirror or parallel universes and Space: 1999 becomes no stranger to that in “Seed of Destruction”. Here tells the tale of a mirror Koenig from a mirror asteroid trying to infiltrate Moonbase Alpha. Hopefully
We talked about his movie last week and now he’s here to tell us about his new book. Greg McGoon is back for his fourth trip onto the show and tells us all about Once Upon A Fairy Tail, which you can purchase now on Amazon. Greg also brings a h
When choosing this video, I honestly forgot just how big of a phenomenon Savage Garden’s “Truly, Madly, Deeply” was. This song was EVERYWHERE in 1997-1998. The duo was pretty popular with their first hit, but this one conquered the entire plane
Another week and another solid guest star coming from the Superman franchise. Sarah Douglas graces us in the AB Chrysalis. This episode is my personal favorite of the very wonky and up and down Season 2 thus far! And our regular reminder, we ar
The Matrix Resurrections drops in theaters this month and to celebrate the return of a franchise we all love, we turn to complete our commentary series on it (for now) with The Matrix Reloaded. We did an odd order of these starting with Revolut
This week’s episode has been planned for quite a while. Show regular Greg McGoon has had a Hallmark movie made based on a script that he penned. And I VERY much wanted to do an episode covering it. The perfect person to join for this discussion
We get a pretty big name guest star in this one, as Pamela Stephenson (Superman III, Saturday Night Live), stops in and plays a dying wife who appears in her husband’s fiery visions. This is a double up Barbara Bain episode, so lots of Helena a
Ask and you shall receive! During Old Teen Show: The Heights, listeners made it clear they would like to see Jessica Alsman and I discussing more vintage commercials with regularity. In October, we gave it a spin and we had a load of fun. So he
We close the show with “One Week” which spent one week at number one on the charts. The Barenaked Ladies hail from my neighbor to the north, Canada, as does my guest Steven Schapansky of Radio Free Skaro. We talk this wild McG directed video an
We get a veteran of the Puppet Master franchise here to play God as well as matchmaker in another wacky rendition of Space: 1999’s second season. And our regular reminder, we are going through Space: 1999 in the production order, not broadcast
Being a podcaster, people wonder what I myself listen to in the podcast realm. It’s not much honestly, but one program I never miss an episode of is Radio Free Skaro. Of course that’s no surprise with my Doctor Who fandom, but the show keeps me
Well, it’s December now and with it comes…Snow! Certainly something you had to be there to believe. “Informer” was a big #1 hit from a white Canadian reggae artist. Yeah, that’s correct. This video is mostly flash, but with Geoff Arbuckle in to
The great Bernard Cribbins lends his voice to an overhead projector robot that puts Koenig and Russell’s love to the test! And our regular reminder, we are going through Space: 1999 in the production order, not broadcast order. Streaming servic
Turning 20 years old this month (WOW) is Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. We take a look back at the film and discuss our experiences, the books, the filmmakers, the cast and a lot of what makes this film still tick like magic to this day
With the great response from this episode last year, plus my passion for collecting Blu-rays, I am doing another Gift Guide episode for Blu-rays. Apologies to the video game and comics & collectibles crowd, but there wasn’t time to get those do
Keeping with our Satanic Panic theme going, there’s no better band to focus on than Judas Priest. They actually went on trial for supposed subliminal messaging on their albums causing murders in the 1980s. Insane stuff. We brush on it a bit. “B
Caverns on Alpha? People frozen in said caverns? King Tut en vogue for Archanon? Football of Friendship? Yes, we go over these kinds of things in this episode. And our regular reminder, we are going through Space: 1999 in the production order,
We return with part 2 of our Hell’s Bells discussion. Hell’s Bells is a 3 hour documentary that goes after the rock and 80s heavy metal scene as well as just general pop music. It’s available to watch on YouTube or Archive.org. It’s insane to b
Wow – It’s been over a month since we did a music video episode! Bananrama was an easy choice as it was featured in the documentary we were discussing on Monday. “Venus” is actually a cover song made even more famous than before with Bananarama
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