The 602 Club is TFM's dedicated podcast to our passion for all things geeky outside of Star Trek. We cover classics as well as much of what is coming out as a way of helping listeners find new things to try. Each week host Matthew Rushing, friends from around the network and beyond deep dive into topics such as Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Marvel, DC Comics, James Bond, Doctor Who, Battlestar Galactica, Harry Potter, Zack Snyder and much more. So pull up a chair, order a drink from Ruby and enjoy. Subscribe and listen today! Make sure you are following us on Twitter and Instagram!
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. We dive into the difference in filming time Jackson had, the new places of the film like Bree, Beorn's House, Mirkwood, the Woodland Realm, Laketown and Erebor plus talk about the characters and themes.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. After The Lord of the Rings it was inevitable that The Hobbit would get made. Peter Jackson returned to helm a trilogy of films and together we discuss this first film in the new Middle Earth saga.
The Force Awakens Teaser. Thanksgiving 2014 Star Wars fans around the world were thankful for a brief glimpse at the newest episode in the saga. We discuss what we like and what we don't as well as how we feel about the film now.
Interstellar. Christopher Nolan's newest mind-bending film is here. We discuss the plot, themes, characters, robots, and more as we delve deep into the mysteries of one of 2014's most thought-provoking films.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Fall 2013 brought the promise of big-time Marvel action in our living room. We discuss Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the continuity the show shares with the films, and the problems and benefits that brings.
Constantine. The shadowy figure of John Constantine fully revealed himself to comic readers in June of 1985, and now he has come to television. We discuss our first impressions and expectations for this latest live-action take on DC.
Gotham and The Flash. DC Comics has taken over the TV landscape. We delve into this autumn's two new offerings, the characters, first impressions, criticisms, and delights, as well as the big DC cinematic universe announcement.
Doctor Who. On November 23, 1963 the BBC aired the first episode of this show about a time traveler from the planet Gallifrey, and on Christmas Day 2013 it became the longest running sci-fi show ever. We discuss why we love it so much.