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Time to talk about Star Trek Beyond!

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Time to get grumpy with my review of Independence Day Resurgence. SPOILERS

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It's been a while, but +Niall Cook  and I are coming BACK with another episode of Grumpy Old Sci Fi Guys. This week we will take a look at comedy in science fiction television and movies, from Galaxy Quest to Red Dwarf. What's your favourite comedy moment in sci fi? Will comedy erase the grumpiness from our aged hearts? Come along and watch it LIVE at the link below this Sunday night.
We're back, grumpier and older than ever! This week we take a look at the role of comedy in sci fi, from Galaxy Quest to Red Dwarf. What's your favourite  sci fi comedy movie or TV series?

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Less than 9 hours until our next episode. And with luck we will have a our very first guest joining us!
This week on Grumpy Old Sci Fi Guys we look at the Original Star Trek TV series, the movies Looper, After Earth and 2001 A Space Odyssey.  

Our question for the week is " What existing sci fi movie or TV series would benefit from a remake?" We'd love to hear your suggestions!

Join +Steve Brady and +Niall Cook this Friday night when we're more likely to be inebriated than grumpy ...

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Thanks to those who watched our banter. For those that missed it live, here is our first episode "Spoilers Ahead"

Just over half an hour to go!

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At last, +Grumpy Old Sci Fi Guys  will have it's first LIVE Hangout On Air

Australia's grumpy of men of Google+ +Niall Cook   and +Steve Brady  will look at movies Gravity, Ender's Game and the original Planet of the Apes. We'll take a fond look back at TV series Babylon 5 and discuss what makes a movie or TV show science fiction?

Come for some wit, wisdom and plain old fashioned stubbornness.
Sci Fi for the Grumpy Guy

Australia's grumpy of men of Google+ +Niall Cook and +Steve Brady launch the Inaugural Episode of Grumpy Old Sci Fi Guys.

This week we'll look at movies Gravity, Ender's Game and the original Planet of the Apes. We'll take a fond look back at TV series Babylon 5 and discuss what makes a movie or TV show science fiction?

Come for some wit, wisdom and plain old fashioned stubbornness.
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