Ep269: From Beyond – WGT

Greeting from space, Earth dorks! Pack your freeze-dried Thanksgiving dinner, kiss the kids goodbye, we’re going to space! (Spoiler: we’ll be in space next week too!)

Our resident android Rhett has been suggesting 1986’s From Beyond for a long time. However, after the debacle that was Dead Ringers we’ve since been hesitant to trust a Rhett pick. Ultimately, we realized he is only artificial intelligence and we should not punish him so severely. Realistically, Jesse from Say You Love Satan recommended it and we actually listen to him. (Review at 27:57)

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Hold it! We think we know where these things come from, but we have no idea how many there are. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 269!

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