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It Came from Hollywood

Posted: May 2, 2019 in Uncategorized

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It Came from Hollywood Poster and CoverOh, do I love this film. It’s probably a sign of a mental disorder on my part, but I really do seriously love this film. It just tickles the goofiest, weirdest, and likely dumbest funny bone that I have in my body. I think it also helped screw up my personal taste in some genres of film in a way that still makes my wife suffer greatly on the occasional movie night.

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CoverThe first detonation of a nuclear weapon was conducted by the United States Army at 5:29 am on July 16, 1945. They used the code name of Trinity for the detonation. The name was inspired by the works of John Donne, a poet whose work often touched on the metaphysical and the religious. It was an interesting name as chosen by scientists for such an event; touching on concepts of the big bang and the creation of all things. For Hollywood, it inspired a bit of a different Biblical twist, the time of giant beasts.

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The Manitou (1978)

Posted: April 18, 2019 in Uncategorized

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The Manitou Cover“It’s Misquamacus. The greatest medicine man of all. He turned rivers, made storms. Mountains rose at his command. No spirit ignored him. No demon denied him.”

In 1976, British horror author Graham Masterson had his first novel published. That novel was The Manitou. The novel would be fairly well received and Masterson would go on to write five sequels and a short story- the last sequel novel so far published in 2015 –and have lead character Harry Erskine appear in other works not directly tied to the Manitou series. The series would have a number of references to the works of H.P. Lovecraft written into them from the very start, and Masterson would write more than story outside of his Manitou works that were openly built on Lovecraft’s works.

It’s perhaps this- on top of his ability to write stories that play well to the reader –that not only…

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Here are both the show from the beginning of the month and the newest show where we look at both a horror weekend turned into an elaborate gag and a scientific attempt to deal with the paranormal turned into hell. Enjoy!

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AH1Here are both the show from the beginning of the month and the newest show where we look at both a horror weekend turned into an elaborate gag and a scientific attempt to deal with the paranormal turned into hell. Enjoy!

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The Dragon Con Khan Report is, to me, one of the two best podcasts out there to get you ready for Dragon Con- and it’s the only one of those two that runs throughout the year and not just 50 days before con.

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assassin's creed

Okay, FINE! I watched a mainstream film, and I am now unclean. This film is an educational piece on how to make an awesome and intriguing game franchise into a snore-fest with nice effects!

http://fail-flix.libsyn.com/assassins-creed

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A Little Issac Cain for Your Week

Posted: February 20, 2019 in Uncategorized

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Issac CainIssac Cain should be a familiar voice to listeners of the various Palaver Productions podcasts. He’s been a recurring guest PWR Spot Show since back in its Pro Wrestling Roundtable days, he’s been a guest on The Assignment: Horror Podcast, and added his take on things on Nerdy Laser. But Issac is also a podcaster on his own. If you haven’t been following him before now, check out a few of his shows here. 

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