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Interviews and discussion about science fiction, fantasy and horror in television and film, plus coverage of comics, independent features, science and much more

What We Liked in 2019 Jan. 5, 2020

It's that time of year again, when everyone makes lists (sometimes checking them twice) of the things that brightened their year, or otherwise excited and thrilled them. Here we have a list of the genre TV shows and films of 2019 that made an impression, or kept me coming back for more. I've even included some books. What movies and TV shows excited you in 2019? Are they still around for 2020? Let us know! Call 602-635-6976 and leave a message, send Summer an email, or in the comments below! [Listen to the show...] Source


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