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Topic: robot

Aye, Robot

Yes, Lousy Robot knows its songs sound happy. Yes, Lousy Robot knows they’re actually sad. Yes, Lousy Robot wants you to dance anyway.


Music

Joshua Boydston

Lousy Robot with People, People
9 p.m. Thursday Opolis
113 N. Crawford, Norman
Opolis.org, 820-0951
$7

 
Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Alien Opponent

The made-for-Chiller feature, reviewed in one line!


Sci-Fi

Rod Lott
Judging by the stupidity of Alien Opponent, Roddy Piper has plenty of bubble gum. —Rod Lott
 
Thursday, April 5, 2012

Read it


OKG7 things to do

Gazette staff
The robot uprising is Tulsa’s fault. A native of that city, Daniel H. Wilson penned the bestselling novel Robopocalypse last year, with movie rights selling to some guy named Steven Spielberg. Now, Wilson’s back with Amped, a techno-thriller of superhuman feats that he’s ready to sign, come 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 13, at Full Circle Bookstore, 1900 Northwest Expressway. Call 842-2900 or visit fullcirclebooks.com.

Wednesday, June 13

 
Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Karate-Robo Zaborgar

This one’s rightfully robo-cocked.


Comedy

Rod Lott
Japan's Karate-Robo Zaborgar is a movie that has everything: a female cyborg girl with a detachable head and with missiles hidden in her metal bra, a samurai robot with enormous lips, a floating castle, a lactating man, multiple exploding footballs, a flying wheelchair powered by flatulence, and, lest we forget, sex tentacles.
 
Friday, September 7, 2012

Doomsday Book

The end of the world is two-thirds terrific.


Sci-Fi

Rod Lott
Not based on Connie Willis' seminal sci-fi novel of the same name, Doomsday Book is preoccupied not with time travel, but the world's end. Telling three separate stories, the Korean film comes from acclaimed directors Kim Jee-woon (I Saw the Devil) and Yim Pil-sung (Hansel & Gretel). As with all anthologies, results vary; ultimately, this one ends up as two-thirds great.
 
Monday, December 10, 2012

Mystery Science Theater 3000: Volume XXV

For the 25th time, we’ve got Movie Sign!


Television series

Rod Lott
A noticeable difference exists with Mystery Science Theater 3000: Volume XXV from Shout! Factory’s previous sets: This one is comparatively light on extras. However, that’s hardly a knock against it, because the show itself is just too damned good on its own.
 
Thursday, December 20, 2012

Mystery Science Theater 3000: Volume XXVI

The short review: Buy it already.


Television series

Rod Lott
I think the best way to review a box set of Mystery Science Theater 3000 would be to list all the references made by and/or targets of the Satellite of Love crew in those episodes, to demonstrate their true depth and breadth.

But that’d also be the worst, because we’d be here all day.
 
Monday, April 8, 2013

The Bowery Boys: Volume Two


Comedy

Rod Lott
In the span of a decade, post-World War II, the comedy team known as The Bowery Boys (née The East Side Kids, née The Dead End Kids) made 48 movies. Up until now, I’d seen exactly zero of them.
 
Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Robot it


OKG7 things to do

Gazette staff
It’s 2014, and you know what that means: robots. If you’ve been wondering where all the robots are — since, you know, it’s the future and all — you’re in luck. Oklahoma City University hosts the VEX Robotics state championships for elementary, middle and high school students 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday in the Abe Lemons Arena at NW 27th Street and Florida Avenue. Admission is free. Visit roboticseducation.org.

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