Hello everyone and welcome to the definite article – a doctor who podcast…at least in theory. See you have to actually record programs and release them in order for it to be a real podcast and other than the first episode that has not happened. [...]
The Mummy from 1932 is a classic. A flawed classic for sure, but a classic nonetheless. There are parts of this film that are truly brilliant and there are parts that are…well…not. To be honest this is one film that I have had mixed feeling [...]
Tod Browning’s 1931 adaptation of Dracula is the granddaddy of them all, the film the launched the Classic Monster films of Universal. The Universal cinematic universe if you will. I try not to judge these old films by modern standards or how a film [...]
Hooray, a Doctor-centric episode! So far in the series the Doctor has been – to my mind – the most dynamic and genuinely interesting character on the show. He has shown the most range, from humor to anger to compassion, and has been the [...]
Hello everyone and welcome to the Collected Edition – a comic book podcast where we explore celebrated story-arcs from comics and creators throughout the entirety of history. On this episode we have a theme! Yes, its our first themed episode in anticipation of the upcoming release Blade [...]
Welcome to the second of the 99 Science Fiction Films You Must See. This week the dark, alternate future that has you question what and who is really human, Blade Runner. The first thing you need to figure out when talking about Blade Runner is [...]
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Welcome to the second of the 99 Science Fiction Films You Must See. This week [...]
Metropolis is the second of the silent films on this list and considered the first [...]
The Mummy from 1932 is a classic. A flawed classic for sure, but a classic [...]
Tod Browning’s 1931 adaptation of Dracula is the granddaddy of them all, the film [...]
Fist let's get this out of the way and mention that scientist Jason Major titled this [...]
Okay, so I have to admit something...I'm a bit strange. Now most of the people [...]