In this session, we discuss Cosmic Holes. Listen now.
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Chris Nolan’s latest event film just hit theaters and is already creating a lot of buzz. The comparisons to Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey are certainly abundant, and while we definitely can appreciate certain aspects of Interstellar, it certainly doesn’t live up to the genius of 2001 (at least in our opinion). That being said, Interstellar is worth you time, especially if you can catch it in IMAX- if for nothing else than to bask in some of the brilliant landscapes.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
A huge favorite in the Diabolical Penthouse, 2001 is our quintessential cosmic film. From the brilliant score, the amazing cinematography, and thought provoking content, 2001 is every bit a Kubrick masterpiece. If you have not seen this flick, do yourself a favor and make time. You won’t regret it.
If you’re a science fiction fan and you grew up during the 90’s, chances are good that you caught Sliders on FOX at some point. The show, to this day, has a pretty large cult following and is certainly a fun watch (at least with respect to the first few seasons). It presents one of our favorite uses of a worm hole in science fiction, one that can be harnessed via remote control! If you are unfamiliar with the show, set aside a few hours for a binge session on Netflix. If alternate dimensions and parallel worlds are your thing, you’ll dig this show.
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