The aftermath of nuclear war used to be a common topic that hasn’t had much coverage in this century. Until recently, for some reason. In any case, we’ll serve an after-the-nukes-drop movie for you this weekend: Roger Corman’s “The Day the World Ended” from 1955. It’s not a bad movie, but it’s not really a good one either. If you haven’t seen it, you just might enjoy it. If you have seen it, we won’t be offended if you skip through the movie to get to the interview parts.
Our guest will be the artist and designer known as Skinner. We’re not sure if that’s his first name, his last name or simply a moniker he picked in a prior profession. But we can say that this man is rather talented and quite a fun fellow for a chat. He’ll show us some of his fantastic work and point out some of the more subtle aspects of the movie which the rest of us might have missed when we inevitably nodded off to sleep.
All while Tangella knee-caps Handrew, next Saturday night at 9PM Pacific at the enclosed link and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!