Today, we go back in time to 1956 for The Old Fan's Commentary On Forbidden Planet.
Forbidden Planet is arguably the best science fiction movie of the 1950s. It's one of the best science fiction movies of all time.
There's no free version of this on the Internet, but it hardly matters. No self-respecting science fiction fan doesn't own a copy of Forbidden Planet.
If you think you're any kind of self-respecting fan and don't own it, go to Amazon and get one immediately. Your brain will love you for the rest of your life.
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The copyright trolls of Phonofile have fraudulently decided that they own the rights to the opening of the public-domain 1950s radio series X Minus One.
My podcast opened with the opening of X Minus One.
Since these rat-frak-tard Phonofile dren-bags think they own it, their bots auto-filed fraudulent copyright claims on every single one of my podcasts (it simul-posts to YouTube).
Not only that, they've done it to a huge number of OTR and SF fans who posted for fun.
Phonofile is now fraudulently monetizing an unimaginably-vast number of videos. It's public domain, if you search, you'll find page after page after page. There are fans who've uploaded the entire series! That's 126 episodes right there!
And these jagon-sucking little Phonofile bloodworms are monetizong them all.
There seems to be no way to get these trolls to stop, so I'm "re-imagining" the X-Minus One opening for my own show.