Breakfast on Planet X Classics: Dee vs. Dio, X-Mas Edition Breakfast on Planet X Classics: Dee vs. Dio, X-Mas Edition
Dear listeners and readers of TheSupernaughts.com! It’s Christmas time and all the members of the BOPX podcast will have a well-deserved break to enjoy... Breakfast on Planet X Classics: Dee vs. Dio, X-Mas Edition

Dear listeners and readers of TheSupernaughts.com!

It’s Christmas time and all the members of the BOPX podcast will have a well-deserved break to enjoy the holidays with their families and friends.

But of course we could not leave you without posting an episode, that’s why we went into the archives and found this little gem, a BOPX classic episode that has not been published on The Supernaughts before, a dialogue between the BOPX regulars Dee and Dio discussing upcoming movies and movie news of the Summer 2014.

I hope you enjoy this look back to the sunnier time of this year and are amused/enlightened by our predictions about movies that have not been released at the time of the recording.

Dio and Dee discuss

  • The newest instalment of the Jurassic Park-franchise and look back at the first movie. We spared no expense.
  • The reboot/remake of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. To Bay or not to Bay
  • The birth of the DC-movie universe. Or is it stillborn?
  • The upcoming remake of Kickboxer. Time to kick some palm trees.
  • Speculations about the newest Terminator-movie. Talk to the hand. (Attention: deviates into a nerdy rant about time travel)
  • and: The Expendables 3. Seems the appearance of the Somalian pirates from Part 1 were some kind of self-fulfilling prophecy.

(Original recording date: summer of 2014)

We hope nobody out there has a lonely Christmas and if so, you maybe find some distraction with this and other episodes of BOPX and all other podcasts hosted on TheSupernaughts!

Our “Christmas special” can be found here.

***Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone!***

 

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Detective Dee reviews movies and sometimes TV-series. He likes to indulge in the Asian cinema, exploitation flicks and the horror genre but is no stranger to Blockbuster culture either. He writes whatever he wants, but always aims to entertain.