Episode 82: Predator 2 (1990) LV-RMP SERIES

Want some candy? Our LV-RMP series continues on the Yautja trail as we swap the jungles of Val Verde for its concrete equivalent - the mean, sweaty streets of a near-future, heatwave-crazy Los Angeles for Stephen Hopkins' 1990 sequel Predator 2. Another imposing, grotesquely-mandibled intergalactic hunter has crashed to Earth in search of trophies, interfering... Continue Reading →

Episode 68: Alien Resurrection (1997) LV-RMP SERIES

Welcome back to LV-RMP, our journey through the on-screen history of one of the greatest cinematic monsters ever conceived: the xenomorph. We’ve reached the conclusion of the original ‘Quadrilogy’ with director Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s gooey 1997 installment Alien Resurrection. 200 years after Ripley took her sacrificial dive into the smelter on Fury 161, scientists from United... Continue Reading →

Episode 64: ALIEN³ (1992) LV-RMP SERIES

Welcome back to our trawl through the Alien universe! After starting back to front with gung-ho actioner Aliens followed by Ridley Scott's cerebral sci-fi chiller Alien, we're back in release order for David Fincher's divisive and dark Alien 3. Controversially stripping Ripley (Sigourney Weaver, now a producer with no small amount of clout) of her... Continue Reading →

Episode 58: Alien (1979) LV-RMP SERIES

https://open.spotify.com/episode/6HEZG2qo24cBFWBGSQEOnx?si=d0eacc40245a4527 Continuing our journey through the ALIEN universe, the team backtrack from James Cameron's seminal 80s action sequel sci-fi classic Aliens, which (almost) all of the gang encountered first, to look back at Ridley (Wiggly) Scott's groundbreaking first film in the series. Our Matt has created, as well as this incredible splattery tribute to South... Continue Reading →

Episode 41: Aliens (1986) LV-RMP SERIES

Introduced by MattJames Cameron’s action-packed, balls-to-the-wall, Southern Comfort meets The Magnificent Seven follow up to Ridley Scott’s sci-fi horror classic, Alien, was first released around this time in the summer of '86. I was about 9-years-old, like Newt, when I first saw Aliens on television, and I must’ve been completely obsessed by the time I... Continue Reading →

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