Podcast by Cinematica Animalia
Podcast by Cinematica Animalia
S3E13: Godzilla's Day Off (Godzilla '98 vs. Godzilla 2014)
Sam ditches the rest of the Cinematica Animalia and teams up Travis from Kaiju Weekly for a special episode. Join them as they discuss Godzilla 1998 in order to determine how it stacks up to the classic precursors and the 2014 reboot in regards to scientific accuracy and overall enjoyment.
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05:08- What Is A Kaiju?
10:36- Why Do People Love Godzilla?
15:28- Godzilla 1998 Movie Discussion
21:40- Godzilla 2014 and 2019 Movie Discussion
27:04- Godzilla Environmental Discussion
32:10- Godzilla Scientists
41:18- Godzilla General Science
50:12- Godzilla's Physiology Accuracy
1:02:12- Sign Off
S3E12- Cat-Ass-Trophe (Cats)
The episode that no fans asked for is here. Adam, Sam, and David explore the world of Cats and are as horrified and confused as you might expect. Join them as they discuss how these grotesque creatures might have arisen, learned to dance, and tried to destroy the careers of so many great actors and musicians.
04:28- Cats Movie Summary
13:06- History of Anthropomorphic Characters in Movies
27:50- Cats Physiology
43:05- Outdoor Cats Discussion
57:27- Sign Off
S3E11- Life Finds A Way (Jurassic Park)
Sam, David and Adam dive back into Jurassic Park again to discuss other dinosaur movies, the problems with cloning, should extinct species be brought back, and who was the best movie scientist. Join them to answer the question, would life really find a way?
04:45- History of Dinosaurs in Film
17:36- DNA Problems, Cloning Issues, and Island Life
40:44- Ethical Discssions
55:14- Michael Crichton and Scientific Concerns
1:05:48- Rating Jurassic Park Scientists
1:15:32- Wrap Up Discussion
Does It Fart?
S3E10: Welcome To Jurassic Park (Jurassic Park)
am and David ditch Adam this week to explore the world of Jurassic Park on their own, and it does not go well. Join them as they discuss Jurassic vs Cretaceous periods, small Velociraptors, and the realities of the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
03:18- Discussion of the film
11:43- Jurassic vs Cretaceous
18:34- Dinosaurs with feathers
23:36- Small velociraptors
26:20- Tyrannosaurus vision
29:20- Tyrannosaurus as a ascavenger
32:48- Tyrannosaurus roar
34:44- Jack Horner
36:15- DNA Recovery
44:04- How to make a dinosaur
47:01- Lysine contingency
50:17- Veterinary PSA: Esophageal Foreign Bodies
S3E9: Magical Creature Ecology (Harry Potter)
The Cinematica team decides to try and tackle the evolutionary paths and potential domestication of the magical world. The discuss if Dumbledore is the true monster, whether a Phoenix would make a good pet, and pest control for a Basilisk. Join them as they create creatures you wouldn't want to touch with your wand.
01:56- History of Animal Familiars
08:10- General Ecology of Harry Potter
15:24- Discussion of the Phoenix
24:54- Discussion of the Basilisk
35:16- Sign Out and Credits
S3E9: The Physiology of Hogwarts (Harry Potter)
Sam, Adam and David are not invited to Hogwarts, but they decide to sneak in anyway. Join them as they explore some of the creatures that make up the magical world and discuss their possible horrifying anatomy. Leave your house elf at the door.
01:30- Discussion of The Film
05:25- Summary of Harry Potter and Magical Monsters
09:19- The Physiology of Harry Potter- The Phoenix
21:36- The Physiology of Harry Potter- The Basilisk
28:30- The Physiology of Harry Potter- The Dementors
34:34- Vet PSA
Customer ReviewsSee All
Fun new show!
Such a fun new show! I’ve learned so much. People should be getting in on the ground floor of this one
Love the accents, the fun and THE science! Loved the last episode... please bring the vampires!
Awesome new podcast for both paranormal and cinema minded folk
By far the best new podcast I have listened to in the past year. The cast is entertaining and clearly both enjoy their work and their subject matter. I highly recommend this podcast for people like myself who are into horror movies and fantasy flicks as well as people who appreciate science and biology.