Prometheus let us down in the most amazing, and surprising ways. Though we probably wouldn’t have been too surprised simply to be disappointed, we didn’t expect Ridley Scott to be attached to something that made us roll our eyes for a good portion of the runtime. Thank you Lindelof.
On the other hand, if you love LOST… even now, have we got a movie for you.
Shane hoped to scare off listeners early by declaring that his eye hurt even before the show started, and we had some technical difficulties again, which prompted a letter-writing campaign of disgust at the shameful way the show treats Shane during such glitches.
A massive system upgrade is on the way, and by July we will be ready for action in an entirely new way… there may be pictures!
Yes, this is how interested I am in talking about Prometheus.
The film even drove us to splitting the show into a spoiler-free first twenty minutes, because there really isn’t that much to discuss until you start dissecting the nonsensical nature of… well, things that may be spoilers.
It was a fun show though.