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Sucker Punch: Extended Cut. The 602 Club proudly presents Snyder Cuts: A Zack Snyder Directorial Podcast. This week, hosts Matthew Rushing and John Mills continue their journey with Snyder first original work, Sucker Punch, the extended cut. Chapters Coming in Differently (00:02:15) Different Cuts (00:06:46) Nolan Influence (00:14:08) The Way Men T…
 
The Karate Kid II. Daniel has won the tournament and it's time to celebrate but he's about to find out that life is very good at throwing you curveballs you don't expect. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris discuss The Karate Kid II. We discuss following up part one, six months later, going to Okinawa, forgivene…
 
Rivals Commentary. One of the greatest friendships in Star Trek is that of Miles O’Brien and Julian Bashir. And it really started on a racquetball court. Space racquetball, of course. In this episode of The Orb, hosts C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing get together for a casual discussion about the second-season episode “Rivals” and the genesis of t…
 
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole. The 602 Club proudly presents Snyder Cuts: A Zack Snyder Directorial Podcast. This week, hosts Matthew Rushing and John Mills continue their journey with Snyder's adaptation of the book series, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole. Chapters Is This Your First Time? (00:02:06) Animation vs Live…
 
Star Wars: Into the Dark. The High Republic series continues with its first young-adult novel in the series written by veteran Star Wars author Claudia Gray. In this episode of The 602 Club host Matthew Rushing is joined by John Mills to talk about the new Star Wars book, Into the Dark. We discuss, a wayseeker, the hyperspace event, characterizatio…
 
The original reset button. It’s one of the oldest of literary tropes: a sudden, last-minute reveal that an apparent fictional reality is actually doubly invented. From Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland on, writers have thrilled in pulling the rug out from under readers and characters alike, allowing carefully constructed scenarios to collapse like a…
 
Synthesis. The Titan crew find themselves confronting one of their deepest fears which have only been accentuated by their recent experience with the Borg invasion, will they be able to over come and save the universe from extinction? In this episode of Literary Treks host Matthew Rushing is joined by Bruce Gibson, who returns to the show to contin…
 
Watchmen: Director's Cut. The 602 Club proudly presents Snyder Cuts: A Zack Snyder Directorial Podcast. This week, hosts Matthew Rushing and John Mills continue their journey with Snyder's adaptation of Alan Moore's comic, Watchmen. Chapters The Comic (00:02:25) Making an Adaptation (00:06:15) A New Response (00:10:27) Motivations (00:18:15) A Thou…
 
Rambo: First Blood II. With the success of the first film it was a forgone conclusion that the studio would want a sequel regardless of whether or not the source material ended with the main character dying at the end. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome back John Mills to help us talk about Rambo: First…
 
300. The 602 Club proudly presents Snyder Cuts: A Zack Snyder Directorial Podcast. This week, hosts Matthew Rushing and John Mills continue their journey with Snyder's adaptation of Frank Miller's comic, 300. Chapters Finding 300 (00:02:34) The Comic (00:05:05) Digital Technology (00:07:06) A Story Being Told (00:10:36) Freedom (00:19:51) Performan…
 
The Karate Kid. The 80s were full of movies that have continued to stay in the cultural zeitgeist, even spurring on new material because of their continued popularity. In this episode of The 602 Club host Matthew Rushing is joined by his Snyder Cuts' partner, John Mills to talk about The Karate Kid. We discuss our firs kid, behind the scenes, authe…
 
Dawn of the Dead. The 602 Club proudly presents Snyder Cuts: A Zack Snyder Directorial Podcast. This week, hosts Matthew Rushing and John Mills continue their journey with Snyder's remake of the classic horror film, Dawn of the Dead. Chapters Experience (00:02:24) The Set Up (00:13:06) The Zombie Baby (00:16:55) Getting to Andy's Shop (00:26:12) Se…
 
Too Long a Sacrifice. In the middle of the Dominion War, DS9 suffers a bombing on the Promenade at one of the restaurants, as well as a rash of murders that puts a big trade deal in jeopardy which could have dire consequences on the war effort for Starfleet. In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Matthew Rushing and C Bryan Jones discuss the comi…
 
Why DS9 endures. Almost three decades after it first aired, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine continues to be loved by its fans and welcomes first-time viewers every day. What is it about this series that was once cast into the shadows while its sister series basked in the limelight that connects so well with today’s audience? In this episode of The Orb, …
 
Music Videos. Very few filmmakers have been as talked about online in the last ten years and fewer have engendered the visceral reaction that Zack Snyder has. Join Matthew Rushing and John Mills as The 602 Club proudly presents Snyder Cuts, a journey through the directorial works of Zack Snyder. In this first episode we begin as he did, with his wo…
 
Short Films. The 602 Club proudly presents Snyder Cuts: A Zack Snyder Directorial Podcast. This week, hosts Matthew Rushing and John Mills continue our journey with the short films Snyder has directed. Chapters Michael Jordan's Playground (00:02:14) The Lost Tape: Andy's Terrifying Last Days Revealed (00:17:18) Superman 75 (00:23:27) Snow Steam Iro…
 
Star Wars: A Test of Courage. It has been years since the Star Wars literature has had a massive, interconnected story that spanned books across all ages as well as comics, enter The High Republic era. In this episode of The 602 Club host Matthew Rushing is joined by Aaron Goins to talk about A Test of Courage. We discuss our excitement, the Jedi, …
 
The Fifth Element. Some movies take a very long time to make it to the screen and director Luc Besson had this movie in his head since the age of sixteen, yet it would not make it to the big screen till he was thirty-eight. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about The Fifth Element. We discuss finding the …
 
Star Wars: Light of the Jedi. Since Lucasfilm was purchased by Disney and the literature was completely reset, the stories have stuck close to the eras we have seen on screen, but that is no longer the case with the new series, Star Wars: The High Republic. In this episode of The 602 Club host Matthew Rushing is joined by Bruce Gibson and William D…
 
Episode titles in Voyager and Enterprise. Does hubris always lead to nemesis? What can you see in a mirror, darkly? And how do you know when you’ve finally reached the endgame? In this episode of Primitive Culture, host Duncan Barrett is joined by Tony Black to continue our look at Star Trek episode titles as we wrap up Voyager, Enterprise, and the…
 
James Swallow: The Dark Veil. With the end of the first season of Star Trek Picard, there were still a lot of questions about what happened in those years between Star Trek Nemesis and the first episode of the series, especially with regards to Riker and his command of the Titan. In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Matthew Rushing and C Bryan …
 
First Blood. There are a lot of action franchises from the 80s but few of them have lasted long enough to be still giving us sequels as recently as 2019. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris are joined by John Mills to talk about the first movie in the Rambo series, First Blood. We discuss book to film, Stallone'…
 
Soul. Pixar has explored some incredible things, bug's lives, toy's lives, the life of human emotions and now they boldly go where we've never been before, the beyond. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about Soul. We discuss our excitement level, the beyond, preexistence, mentorship, the zone, the spark, …
 
Wonder Woman 1984. Wonder Woman burst on to the big screen in Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman to help the title characters defeat Doomsday, then Patty Jenkins went back in time to give us her origin story set in World War I and now her story continues by filling in the gap between the two films. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing…
 
Una McCormack: The Autobiography of Kathryn Janeway Kathryn Janeway is known for her strength, drive, dedication, and nurturing nature. But how did her childhood and early career shape the woman who led her crew back from the Delta Quadrant, against all odds? In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Matthew Rushing and C Bryan Jones are joined by K…
 
Milestone Episodes of Star Trek. For most TV shows, making it to the one-hundredth episode is a significant achievement. In the Star Trek franchise, only the three 1990s spinoffs—The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Voyager were able to reach this milestone. But collectively, more than half a century since Gene Roddenberry’s original show debu…
 
The Mandalorian: Season 2. In the fall of 2019 Disney+ gave fans the first live-action series for Star Wars from the minds of Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni which became an instant sensation, leaving viewers begging for more. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome back Bruce Gibson to talk about The Mandaloria…
 
The Christmas Chronicles 2. Two years ago Netflix introduced the world to the best looking Santa it has every seen as Kurt Russell donned the red suit and hat to give us a new holiday classic! In this episode of The 602 Club host Matthew Rushing welcomes John Mills back to talk about The Christmas Chronicles 2. We discuss history for Santa, Santa a…
 
Mulan. In 2015, Disney decided to take its old animated classics and reimagine them for live action, since that time they have done six with the seventh that was suppose to be released in theaters the, summer but ended premiering on Disney+ because of the pandemic. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about …
 
A Marxist analysis of “Bar Association,” with Will Nguyen. From lowly dogsbody to Grand Nagus of the Ferengi Alliance, Quark’s brother Rom went on quite a journey during Deep Space Nine’s seven seasons. Perhaps the most pivotal moment for the character came in the episode “Bar Association,” in which Rom outrages Ferengi custom by setting up a union…
 
Greg Cox: A Contest of Principles. The crew of the Enterprise face a challenge unlike any other when when they are called to a system with three different inhabited planets and are asked to observe a contentious election on the only planet in the system the Federation has a relationship with. In this episode of Literary Treks, hosts Matthew Rushing…
 
The Mask of Zorro. The 1990s were a special time for movies that had a feel all their own, studios were all looking for the next big franchise, so fresh off his success reintroducing the world to James Bond, Martin Campbell took on the task of bringing back to the big screen, one of the original pulp heroes. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Ma…
 
Back to the Future III. With the second movie ending on a cliffhanger, the team behind Back to the Future had the end in sight as they worked to bring the trilogy to a satisfying conclusion. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about Back to the Future III. We discuss a western, the softening of Doc Brown, t…
 
Episode titles up to “What You Leave Behind” When is a scorpion not just a scorpion? What wrongs are darker than death or night? And what happens when you cross a dark frontier to dance with the devil in the pale moonlight? In this episode of Primitive Culture, we continue our trek through Star Trek’s episode titles as host Duncan Barrett is joined…
 
Back to the Future II. It is never easy to follow up a wildly successful movie with a sequel and make it as satisfying as the first, but with the response to Back to the Future, it was a no-brainer that the studio would want more. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about Back to the Future II. We discuss b…
 
Kirk as captain. Among Starfleet captains, Kirk certainly had his own style. Were the long-term effects considered during the decision-making process, or were they off-the-cuff style decisions? How was the crew affected by the choices of one person in relation to the Prime Directive and other measures set in place by Starfleet? Would we make the sa…
 
Back to the Future. There are some films that have a relatively easy road to production, then there are some that have been rejected many times over and even when they enter production, are plagued with issues all the way through, most of those end up as box office bombs, but every once in a while, the film gods smile and the movie becomes somethin…
 
Far from Home. Michael Burnham’s arrival in the year 3188 gave us our first glimpse of the far future and revealed hints about the cataclysmic event known as the Burn, as well as the seeming demise of the United Federation of Planets as a galactic power. But what about the crew of the USS Discovery? “That Hope Is You, Part 1” left them in the shado…
 
Dan Davidson on how “Captive Pursuit” saved his life. For many fans, Star Trek has been a force for good in their lives—but few can say with certainty that they wouldn’t be here now if it weren’t for their favorite show. In this episode of Primitive Culture, a supplement to the previous episode’s look at suicide in Star Trek, host Duncan Barrett sh…
 
Alita: Battle Angel. In the late 1990s filmmaker Guillermo del Toro introduced James Cameron to a Japanese cyber punk manga series called Battle Angel Alita, Cameron was immediately taken with the material but it would be nineteen years before the film would ever make it to the big screen. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and C…
 
For Starfleet officers, saving lives is perhaps the most important part of the job, even more so than exploring the galaxy and making contact with new civilizations. So when a character such as Quinn, the Q in the Star Trek: Voyager episode “Death Wish,” chooses to end their own life, it invariably comes as a shock—just as, in our own lives, the de…
 
The Witches. Roald Dahl has written some of the most timeless children's stories of all time and many of them have been adapted for the big and small screen, with many of them being adapted multiple times. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome back Scott McClellan to talk about the HBOMax movie, The Witche…
 
Kirsten Beyer: To Lose the Earth. In March of 2009, author Kirsten Beyer became the captain of the Voyager books and since that time has captivated readers but bring depth and life to a crew in the most astounding ways. In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Christopher Jones are joined by Kirsten to discuss what could be her f…
 
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. In the 1950s, there was a shift in the Walt Disney Company as the focus from being just an animation studio began to change, Treasure Island charted a new course of live-action adventure films that would continue on to today. In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about 20,000 Lea…
 
Episode titles from “The Search” to *Star Trek: First Contact*. As we continue our voyage through Star Trek’s episode titles, host Duncan Barrett is joined in this episode of Primitive Culture by Lee Hutchison for a look at some more episode titles from Deep Space Nine and Voyager. What exactly is the way of a warrior? How hard is it to fit through…
 
That Hope Is You, Part 1. When we last saw the crew of the USS Discovery, they were on their way to the 32nd century. It’s taken longer than expected to make it through that wormhole, thanks to a little 21st -century problem of our own, but the third season of Star Trek: Discovery has finally arrived. And with it have come some answers as well as a…
 
Enola Holmes. Sherlock Holmes is one of the most enduring characters in all of literature and film, having been played by more that seventy-five actors in over two hundred and fifty different productions and now it is his sister's turn to share the limelight. In this episode hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris discuss Enola Holmes from Netflix…
 
Discovery Season 3 preview. The third season of Star Trek: Discovery is finally here after a pandemic-induced delay. At least we didn’t have to wait 930 years. That’s how much time has passed for most people when the crew of the USS Discovery arrives in the Beta Quadrant after their jump to put the sphere data permanently out of reach of Section 31…
 
Serialization in Star Trek. When it comes to discussion of serialization in Star Trek, Deep Space Nine is the go-to series—at least prior to Discovery and Picard. The Original Series was famously episodic, and The Next Generation, for the most part, followed that same pattern. DS9 itself barely moved away from the model in its first season, but the…
 
Superman II. Superman: The Movie was a smash success and it would become the second-highest-grossing film of the year, guaranteeing that sequel would be coming, yet behind the scenes things were anything but smooth in it reaching the screen. In this 300th episode of The 602 Club host Matthew Rushing welcomes Scott McClellan from DC Films Squadcast …
 
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