Planet 8 Podcast

Planet 8 podcast

From the edge of the solar system a trio of souls send out transmissions discussing matters of galactic import, such as, Who is stronger, the Hulk or Thor? Which Captain would you rather serve under, Kirk or Picard? How do you make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs? Join Bob, Karen, and Larry as they seek out the answers. read less
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Episode 139: What a Wonderful Day! Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes
5d ago
Episode 139: What a Wonderful Day! Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes
We just can't get enough of those apes! We've done retrospectives on all five of the original Planet of the Apes films, and now, we are finally looking at a brand new Apes movie! Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes has arrived to much hoopla - but how did your Planet 8 crew feel about the film? Listen and find out! We will say that we did not unanimously agree on the film.  But that's all right - differing opinions can lead to some interesting conversation. And we hope that's what we've delivered! We'll also discuss how the new film connects to the Caesar trilogy, and even the originals. There are many elements in this film that connect, if not directly, then thematically with things that have come before in POTA.  Kingdom is definitely taking POTA in a new and interesting direction, and we're (mostly!) excited to see where it goes. We also chat about different shows we've been watching - there are so many genre-related series, both past and present, to binge! There's a little bit of insider talk about the podcast, and an unannounced segue into the Sensor Sweep, which includes a strange soundtrack album from the 70s, a Christopher Lee Sideshow  figure, a Lawgiver tiki mug, a Bad Ape glass, several Godzilla x Kong popcorn buckets, an Ultraman Z figure, and a special issue of Variety featuring Space Battleship Yamato. And don't forget to keep an eye out for Godzillafest at bayareafilmevents.com. Thanks for listening! What did YOU think of Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes? Let us know! Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastInstagram:http://www.instagram.com/planet8podcastYouTube: https://youtube.com/Planet8podcast What a wonderful day!!
Episode 138: Factions of Fandom
Apr 22 2024
Episode 138: Factions of Fandom
You know what they say: it's a thin line between love and hate. And it seems like this is especially true in fandom. Nowadays, more often than not, fans of different long-standing franchises are taking to their keyboards to complain, in the strongest terms imaginable, about the things they supposedly love! Your Planet 8 crew dives into this phenomenon to try to understand what's going on.  We start with Godzilla and the rift between the fans of the Japanese Godzilla films and the Legendary/Monsterverse films. This year, we got two Godzilla films AND even a tv series (Monarch) but boy, were there a ton of unhappy fans! We'll look at what the complaints were and talk about our own feelings on this. But this sort of love/hate isn't just found in Godzilla fandom. We'll move on to other beloved franchises, such as Star Trek, Star Wars, Marvel, and more. Why is the dislike so extreme? Is it just because of social media? Is it similar to the extremism we see in politics as well? The crew puts on their thinking caps to debate this heady topic! In our non-divisive Sensor Sweep, we all share some things no one could complain about. Karen shares the massive MCU Reign of Marvel Studios book, which is a must-read for anyone who has enjoyed the MCU films. Larry shares his old Eaglemoss model of the Nostromo from Alien. He just dug it out as he has been unpacking. You need to hop onto our YouTube show to take a look at this beautiful model! But the big news is that Bob's Bay Area Film Events is going to host not one, but two Godzillafest events! Go to Bay Area Film Events for all the details. This is the 70th anniversary of Godzilla, so big stuff is happening! First, from July19-21st, at the Balboa Theater in San Francisco, is Godzillafest featuring a ton of films! Then, in September (dates to be determined), a full-blown Godzillafest convention will take place at Japantown in San Francisco! You won't want to miss it! Stay tuned for more info. Thanks for listening! Are you in a love/hate relationship with a show? Let us know! Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastInstagram:http://www.instagram.com/planet8podcastYouTube: https://youtube.com/Planet8podcast It's craaaaaap!!!
Episode 137: Hangin' with Jeff Wehenkel
Apr 8 2024
Episode 137: Hangin' with Jeff Wehenkel
It's a joy to make friends with fellow geeks, and even more wonderful when you discover that they have amazing talents. Some are artists, some make masks, some do make-up or create costumes, some are sculptors - and then there's Jeff Wehenkel, who does all of these and more! Jeff is a true renaissance geek! Heck, we even found out AFTER the podcast recording that he's done special effects on movies! He's done so many other things, that didn't even make the show. Besides all of his make-up work, he's made masks, is a member of the 501st Legion, and had his own tiki mug line, Bootiki -you may have seen his Creature from the Black Lagoon and other horror-themed mugs. We talk about all of this with our incredibly accomplished guest. In our Sensor Sweep, everyone has a little something to share. You may want to check out our YouTube site to see some of the goodies, especially some of the fabulous masks that Jeff has made. Also, Jeff and partners are starting a model company, Danger Island Models, and the first model they are producing will be Caroline Munro's character, Mariana, from the Golden Voyage of Sinbad. Keep your eyes peeled for an announcement soon. You can find Jeff on Instagram as bootikijeff. The Planet 8 crew is pleased to be nominated for Best Podcast again for the Rondo Awards! Thanks to all of you who nominated us. Voting ends April 16th, so please cast your vote before then. You can find all the categories at https://rondoaward.com/rondoaward.com/blog/ but you can vote for as many or as few as you like. We would appreciate your vote! That's it for us. We hope you  enjoyed this episode. Please continue to send us messages at any of our sites below: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastInstagram:http://www.instagram.com/planet8podcastYouTube: https://youtube.com/Planet8podcast We'll be back
Episode 134: Planet 8 Rides The Horror Express!
Feb 8 2024
Episode 134: Planet 8 Rides The Horror Express!
As many of us are experiencing a very chilly winter, it seemed appropriate for us to do a deep dive on "Horror Express," a 1973 film set in a very cold environment, a train on a journey through Siberia! This classic 70s horror film features legends Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing, this time, teamed up against the evil creature, and also features Telly Savalas, yes, Kojak, as an over-the-top Cossack captain.  While often mistaken for a Hammer film, this was actually a Spanish/British production. A one sentence description of the movie might be "Murder on the Orient Express meets The Thing." Lee's scientist brings the fossilized corpse of a missing link on board the train - but it harbors the essence of an alien entity who reanimates the corpse and goes on a murder spree. The cast also features characters right out of Clue, with a Russian Count and Countess, a slinky spy, an engineer, a police inspector, and a Rasputin-like monk. It's at turns creepy and funny, but always watchable. In our Sensor Sweep, Commander Larry shares his newest acquisition, Chekov's Enterprise, Walter Koening's journal of working on Star Trek The Motion Picture. He also shares Creatures magazine (thanks Jenny!). Finally, he has a humongous Mothra statue from Mondo. Check it out on our YouTube channel! Bob has picked up the late David J. Skal's book, Halloween: The Making of America's Darkest Holiday. He also has a comic, Godzilla Rivals: Jet Jaguar vs. Megalon from IDW, with a cover by Lenny Romero, who has been an artist at the Bay Area Film Events  Godzillafest. This issue is only available online. Bob's hat trick is a book that collects the magazine Fantastic Monsters. Recon Officer Walker shares the graphic novel Star Trek and the Planet of the Apes: The Prime Directive by the Tipton brothers and artist Rachel Stott. It's a fun story that captures the spirit of both franchises. That's all for now. Share your memories of Horror Express with us at one of our spots: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastInstagram:http://www.instagram.com/planet8podcastYouTube: https://youtube.com/Planet8podcast “Monster? We're British, you know!"
Episode 133: Planet 8 witnesses the final Battle for the Planet of the Apes
Jan 22 2024
Episode 133: Planet 8 witnesses the final Battle for the Planet of the Apes
This episode marks a milestone for us: with this, we complete our look at the original five films in the Planet of the Apes series. While Battle for the Planet of the Apes may not be the finest entry in the series, it does have its moments. We are once again joined by our good friend and Ape-aficionado, Lord Blood-Rah, to examine the film and share recollections about Battle. We'll discuss Paul Dehn's original, wildly different script treatment for Battle, the budget limitations, the amazing actors (Paul Williams and John Huston?!), the many divergences from the original timeline, and so much more. We love talking Apes, anytime, anywhere! Before moving to our Sensor Sweep, we want to note the untimely passing of author and horror historian David J. Skal.  Mr. Skal was killed on January 1 in an automobile accident. He was an insightful writer and video commentator, and a generous and kind person who made fandom a better place. He will be missed.  Our Sensor Sweep has picked up Lord Blood-Rah's signals! You can find his show on the Nostalgia Network, and his podcast, the Nerve-Wrackin' Auditorium, Captain Paxar's Star Cadet Hour, and Nerve-Wrackin' Theater are all at YouTube.Com/LordBloodRah. The Planet 8 crew talks about the Monarch show, The Invaders, and maybe even the Lawgiver? Check it out. That's it for us. We want to thank our friend Lord Blood-Rah for joining us again, and all of you for listening! You can share your thoughts with us at any of our usual spots: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastInstagram:http://www.instagram.com/planet8podcastYouTube: https://youtube.com/Planet8podcast “Ape shall never kill ape"
Episode 131: Christmas with Karloff
Dec 22 2023
Episode 131: Christmas with Karloff
Once again, the Planet 8 crew is graced by the presence of our good friend, the insightful Lord Blood-Rah, as we celebrate Christmas with Boris Karloff! Well, maybe not with Karloff in person, but his spirit is certainly with us. Obviously, Karloff's voice work on the holiday classic, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, is unforgettable (and makes our holiday connection). But there's so much to celebrate and explore in this man's career.  Come with us as we take a trip through time to learn more about the man behind the Monster - who was Boris Karloff? How did he get his start? Besides his work in horror films, what else did he do? We'll get to as much as we can! The Sensor Sweep is pre-Christmas, so no big presents just yet. But we still have some cool stuff to talk about. Lord Blood-Rah has a ton of cool stuff going on. To catch him on TV, you need to get the Nostalgia Network. It's on Roku, Sling, or you can go to WatchNOST.com to find a place. Otherwise, YouTube is your best bet for Lord Blood-Rah's Nerve-Wrackin' Auditorium, Nerve-Wrackin' Theater, or Captain Paxar's Star Cadet Hour. Find out more and get news about upcoming appearances at http://www.lordbloodrah.com/ . It may not be Christmas yet, but Bob has a bunch of goodies to share. For this episode, he referenced a book he's had since grade school: Karloff: The Man, The Monster, The Movies by Dennis Gifford. He also managed to snag the steel book editions of The Mandalorian Seasons 1 and 2 at Best Buy. And on top of all that, he's got the Ultraman novelization by Pat Cadigan. Ho ho ho! It's a blast from the past -sort of. After delays getting her stereo, Karen finally got the newly remastered versions of The Beatles' Red and Blue albums. These versions have additional songs and especially on the Red album, have mixes that really bring out the richness of the Beatles performance. The last part of our show turns into a discussion of the documentary, A Disturbance in the Force, which is about the infamous Star Wars holiday special. Both Lord Blood-Rah and Mission Commander Larry bring this up. This special is on blu-ray and Apple TV. The whole crew joins in about this strange admixture of variety shows and Star Wars. And of course, the usual discussion of genre news... Hang in til the end for a bit of Boris singing!! We want to wish all of you a very happy holiday season. May the coming year bring you joy, peace, and prosperity. Thank you for listening to our show. We'd love to hear from you! Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastInstagram:http://www.instagram.com/planet8podcastYouTube: https://youtube.com/Planet8podcast "The Monster was the best friend I ever had." - Boris Karloff
Episode 129: Thankful for Godzilla
Nov 22 2023
Episode 129: Thankful for Godzilla
Another year has passed, and despite all of the various crises of nature and man that we've seen this year, there is still much to be thankful for. We're thankful for good friends and family, great listeners, and for gigantic radioactive fire-breathing lizards. Yes, we're thankful for...GODZILLA! In this episode, the Planet 8 crew share their undying love for Big G. We'll share our recollections of how we first encountered Godzilla, talk about our favorite Godzilla films and scenes, favorite kaiju co-stars, and on and on into Godzilla-mania. So tune in and reminisce along with us. Our Sensor Sweep ties right into our theme, as Bob had the pleasure of attending the red carpet premiere of Godzilla Minus One in Los Angeles! He got to meet the director and many other celebrities, as well as see the new film, which he gives two big thumbs up! Don't forget, Godzilla vs. Kong is also coming out in April next year, which is the 70th anniversary of Godzilla! Also, check out Monarch on Apple TV, which tells the story of the organization that investigates the kaiju. And Godzillafest will be held in August, so stay tuned. Whew! Everything after that is anti-climactic, but Karen shares a cool Godzilla reference book from the 90s, the Official Godzilla Compendium, an over-sized magazine which is chock full of photos and great illustrations by Art Adams. You might be able to find it on eBay. We finally got him! Larry started watching The Invaders! He shared his 1st season DVD set. With all three of us watching it, look for an episode on the show to appear some time next year. That's it for us this time. To those celebrating Thanksgiving, we hope you have a safe and happy holiday. And to all of you we say, a big "Thank you" for listening to us or watching us, reaching out to us on Twitter, Facebook, or YouTube. We really love hearing from you!  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastInstagram:http://www.instagram.com/planet8podcastYouTube: https://youtube.com/Planet8podcast Oh no, there goes Tokyo!
Episode 128: Tuesday is Soylent Green day!
Nov 8 2023
Episode 128: Tuesday is Soylent Green day!
This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of the film Soylent Green (1973), a dystopian thriller set in the year 2022, which has one of the greatest shock endings of all time.  ***SPOILER*** The crackers being distributed to the grubby crowds, called Soylent Green and supposedly made from plankton, actually come from a far more disturbing source. As star Charlton Heston shouts at the film's end (and which has become a popular meme), "Soylent Green is people!" This was the third of Heston's dystopian science fiction films (fourth, if you count his brief appearance in Beneath the Planet of the Apes) - he started with the classic Planet of the Apes in 1968, moved on to the action-packed Omega Man in 1971, and then concluded it with this, what he called his only "message picture." Heston was concerned with the prospect of worldwide overpopulation, and wanted to make a film about it. His friend and producer, Walter Seltzer, gave the book Make Room! Make Room! by Harry Harrison to Heston. They both tried to persuade MGM to adapt it to film. It was only when they added the element of the unwitting cannibalism to the script that the studio heads gave it a thumbs-up. While the whole concept could sound corny on paper, and might have been B grade at best in the hands of others, it was a top-notch production. Heston and his fellow actors, especially Edward G. Robinson, really elevated the material. Heston and Robinson have wonderful chemistry in the film. Robinson's death scene is especially moving, given that the actor was ill, and passed away only a couple of weeks after filming. In 2022, many articles were published dissecting the film, looking at what the film got right and where it was off target. While we're not eating people crackers (as far as we know!), some of the things in the film have hit kind of close to home. Issues with climate and global warming, the widening gap between the haves and have-nots, increasing militarization of police forces, the influence of corporations on governments and so on, all were shown in the film, and seem a lot more real than they once did. We urge people to give Soylent Green another look. Do you feel differently about the film now than you did when you saw it before?  For our Sensor Sweep, we gab about a bunch of stuff. Chief Engineer Bob has a whole lot of Godzilla stuff going on! That lucky guy is going to see the new Godzilla Minus One movie this Friday, November 11, at the red carpet premiere! Next time, he'll tell us all about it. He's also been able to see the 1st 8 episodes of the Monarch series on Apple TV and says it's pretty awesome. Karen gives props to the Charlton Heston autobiography she referenced for this episode, In The Arena. It's a fascinating read if you have an interest in Heston or the 50s-70s era of Hollywood.  Our Mission Commander, Larry, shared his vinyl album (what's that?) Songs from Beyond by the Bomboras, a surf guitar band, which he very much enjoyed and recommends. He's also hoping to get some celebrity interviews for Planet 8 at Fan Expo, which he has a press pass for. So keep your fingers crossed! That's all for us. Next episode is our Thanksgiving special, which will feature our thanks for a very big legend - one that has stood out from the crowd for over 60 years now! See you next time! Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastInstagram:http://www.instagram.com/planet8podcastYouTube: https://youtube.com/Planet8podcast It's people! Peeeople!!
Episode 127: Halloween Bloodsuckers (Vampire Films)
Oct 22 2023
Episode 127: Halloween Bloodsuckers (Vampire Films)
Happy Halloween! Sure, we're a few days early, but we know most of you have been celebrating all month (if not earlier).  We're back with more of those terrors from the tomb, vampires! Last time around, we looked at the birth of the cinematic vampire. This time, we move forward in time to more modern depictions. Each of your Planet 8 crew picked two films to discuss. So that gives us six films that range in tone, style, and of course, the type of vampires present. We start off with a look at Salem's Lot (1979), the two-part TV movie that traumatized a generation.  Next up is the 80s classic, The Lost Boys (1987), with a pop soundtrack and kid vampire hunters. Things take a serious turn with Let The Right One In (2008), a dark entry from Sweden. The Hunger (1983) offers a sensual twist on the legend, while What We Do in the Shadows (2014) finds the humor in the vampire lifestyle. We conclude with Fright Night (1985), which asks what would you do if the guy next door was a vampire? We hope you enjoyed our exploration of this classic monster. What are some of your favorite vampire films? Be sure to let us know! For our Sensor Sweep, all three of the crew have books this time! Who knew we were so literate? Chief Engineer Bob brings the spooky with a collection of Asian Ghost Short Stories. It's over 400 pages of fascinating stories from all over Asia.  Next we have Karen with a choice ripe for Halloween, Universal Studios Monsters: A Legacy of Horror by Michael Mallory. Full of great photos from the movies, it's a fun one to  look at. Finally, Commander Larry caps it off with Making It So by Patrick Stewart - he not only got this book by Sir Patrick, he got it signed and personalized! Thanks for listening! We wish you all a very Happy Halloween! Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastInstagram:http://www.instagram.com/planet8podcastYouTube: https://youtube.com/Planet8podcast Children of the night, what music they make!
Episode 126: Birth of the Vampire
Oct 8 2023
Episode 126: Birth of the Vampire
Vampires! These undead fiends have been a part of folklore for centuries, but they were born on the silver screen back in the age of the silent movie. In this episode, as an early Halloween treat, we explore three films based on the greatest vampire of them all: Dracula! The evil Count from Bram Stoker's 1897 novel was brought to life in a trio of films spanning from 1922 to 1931 that continue to enthrall viewers.  Bob will introduce us to Nosferatu, a silent film made in Germany and released in 1922. This adaptation did not have legal rights to Dracula and had to rename its characters, with Dracula getting a name change to "Count Orlok." This vampire is not at all an attractive gentleman but rather a pointy-eared, bald, and fanged freak. Nosferatu has generated some classic imagery, so even if you've never seen it, you've probably seen pictures from it. We move on to the classic Dracula from 1931, with the legendary Bela Lugosi. This is the film most folks think of as "the original" Dracula. Certainly Lugosi put his stamp on the character (although you can definitely make an argument for Christopher Lee).  Whenever you see a stereotypical portrayal of Dracula, it tends to be based on Lugosi. This version has wonderful atmosphere. Lugosi is what really sells it though; his Dracula is both charming and menacing. There's nothing sympathetic about this Universal monster though! Our third and final Dracula is one that is seldom mentioned, except by true monster kids - it's the Spanish version of Universal's Dracula, filmed at the same time as the Lugosi version, but featuring a different cast, and made by a different crew. At that time, studios sometimes made Spanish-language versions of films to capitalize on foreign markets. This particular film was mostly a legend, until it was released in DVD and Blu Ray editions in recent years. Some viewers have stated an appreciation for this film, and even declare it better than the Lugosi film; you'll have to be the judge of that. Your Planet 8 crew has an opinion and we share it! Moving on to our Sensor Sweep, we talk a little about what we're watching (Ahsoka!) and share a few goodies we recently bought, or may have just been looking at again. Bob has a new book called A Ring of Fear by Norman England, which collects his Fangoria articles on Japanese horror films. Karen shares a book she used to research this episode, Universal Horrors, by Tom Weaver and Michael and John Brunas. It's a great dive into the classic Universal horror films. Larry got a subscription to Scary Monsters magazine from his friend Dennis Brown! What a good friend. Larry also shared his Super 7 super soapies featuring the Universal Monsters. We hope you enjoyed this look at early Dracula films, and maybe you're thirsty for more?? Good, because our Halloween episode will continue our look at vampires with more modern films! Share your thoughts on Dracula, vampires, Count Chocula, and more - Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastInstagram:http://www.instagram.com/planet8podcastYouTube: https://youtube.com/Planet8podcast The blood is the life!
Episode 125: We Want to Believe: The X-Files Seasons 1 and 2
Sep 22 2023
Episode 125: We Want to Believe: The X-Files Seasons 1 and 2
Listeners, this episode has been a long time coming. We have wanted to do an episode on the X-Files practically since we started Planet 8 over five years ago. But we had a number of starts and stops, initially thinking we could just jump in and discuss it, then realizing we needed to break it up and then planning to do seasons 1-4, then we had the break due to Commander Larry's unfortunate house fire, and we finally regrouped and settled on what you have here, which is a discussion on the creation of the show and seasons one and two. That was more than enough! The X-Files was always about belief, the need to have something to believe in, the difference between belief and faith, and the search for truth. This underlies every episode in one way or another.  Although The X-Files was famous for its rich "mythology" episodes which focused on the conspiracy to keep extraterrestrial activity secret, the non-mythology episodes offered just as many intriguing stories. The show was also able to weave humor into many of the episodes. The amazing chemistry between Mulder, played by David Duchovny, and Scully, played by Gillian Anderson, was a huge component of the show's success. We hope you enjoy our spirited discussion of the first two seasons of this pivotal series. We'll be looking at more seasons soon. For our Sensor Sweep segment, we talk a bit about what we're watching now, which includes Ahsoka. We're enjoying this show! Larry is watching a show on Apple TV called The Changeling, which he recommends. Bob's choice is Daryl Dixon, the Walking Dead spin-off. Karen has gone back in time to watch The Invaders! Both Larry and Karen are overjoyed with a new book, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan: The Making of the Classic Film by John and Maria Jose Tenuto. It's a fantastic look at the film and well worth your bucks. Fitting for this episode, Bob has The X-Files Official Archives: Cryptids, Biological Anomalies, and Parapsychic Phenomena, an illustrated guide to the creeps of the X-Files. Plus we'll share the Blu-Ray of Picard Season 3, X-Files soundtracks, and more! Thanks for listening. You can share your thoughts on the X-Files with us at any of our sites:  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastInstagram:http://www.instagram.com/planet8podcastYouTube: https://youtube.com/Planet8podcast The Truth is Out There
Best of Planet 8: Disney Halloween
Aug 22 2023
Best of Planet 8: Disney Halloween
Dear Listeners, unfortunately we have been struck by the dreaded deadline doom and are unable to bring you a new episode this time around. However, we will be back with a new show on September 8! Please enjoy this encore presentation of Disney Halloween from November 2022. And check out our YouTube version, which includes the video interview with our Disney guests. In this Halloween episode, we take a look at the scary animation, films, and park attractions of Walt Disney. Typically we think of Walt Disney features as being funny  family-fare, but there were quite a few memorable frightening moments or characters in Disney features. We're fortunate to be joined by the hosts of the Walt Disney Family Museum official podcast, Bri Bertolaccini and Chris Mullens, who share a ton of amazing stories and details with us! So get comfy as we take you on a tour of Disney frights, from the Skeleton Dance to Pinocchio, from Sleeping Beauty's Maleficent to Dr. Syn, all the way to Disneyland's famed Haunted Mansion. You'll be covered in goose bumps when we're done! You'll also be itching to visit the Walt Disney Family Museum! Our two guests Bri and Chris not only host the WD-FM podcast, but they are also part of the team at the museum too. So for the Sensor Sweep, they share what's going on at the museum, which is located at the Presidio in San Francisco. Currently, the museum is featuring a special program, Walt Disney's The Jungle Book: Making a Masterpiece (link) through January 8, 2023. Coming soon is Spirit of the Season, a community art exhibition (link) opening November 17th which runs through the holiday season. And don't forget to tune into the Walt Disney Family Museum official podcast, where you can hear more from Chris and Bri on a range of Disney-related topics! You can find WD-FM on most podcast aps, at https://www.waltdisney.org/podcast, or at their YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/c/WDFMuseum. That's it for us. We hope you enjoyed this special Halloween episode. Please share your thoughts with us at any of our social outlets below: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastInstagram: http://www.instagram.com/planet8podcastYouTube: https://youtube.com/Planet8podcast