This book is everything I could dream of in a book like this. Now that I’ve said that, you can consider everything I have to say next… Read more “Review: Ad Nauseam: Newsprint Nightmares of the 1980s by Michael Gingold”
The Omniplex is now open! We’re your hosts, Austin, Albert, and Zephyr. For the flagship episode of our expanded format, we had a lovely conversation with radio drama veteran Dirk Maggs about his career creating “audio movies” for the ever-changing listener landscape. We talk everything from The Sandman, his recent project with Neil Gaiman for Audible, to his adaptations of the Hitchhiker’s Guide radio serials, Dirk Gently, Superman, Batman, Alien, Independence Day UK, and much more.
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With the release of The Omniplex’s first cast. I thought I’d kick off the new run with a continuing column. And since our first cast is an… Read more “Comics For Rent: The Amazing Spider-Man (1995)”
https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/gtukkw/TFR_120_-_Goodbye_Cool_World8y2ej.mp3 Welcome to the final episode of The Film Room! Yes, the podcast in this form is ending, and we are burning it down to the ground… Read more “TFR 120: Goodbye, Cool World (TFR Finale)”
Welcome to The Film Room! We have exciting changes coming in the next month or so, but until then here’s the second-to-last episode of The Film Room… Read more “TFR 119: For the Adults”
Teen Titans Go! doesn’t deserve half the hate it gets. Let’s begin with this key point. Teen Titans Go! is extremely hated by fans of the 2003… Read more “Review: Teen Titans Go! to the Movies”
This is not a review of the last book so much as it’s final thoughts on the series. If you want a quick take on the book… Read more “Review: Preacher Book 6 and closing thoughts”
Can we accept something? DuckTales The Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp is a lot of fun but it’s not the movie you dream of when you… Read more “The Tie-Ins That Bind: DuckTales: Scrooge’s Quest by Marv Wolfman”
Yes this column is back! I didn’t review the awful Wonder Woman: Bloodlines or the stellar Superman: Red Son. I should double back on that one actually.… Read more “Comics For Rent: Superman: Man of Tomorrow”
This week we are joined by comedy writer Mike Sacks to talk about his books Passable in Pink and Stinker Lets Loose!, based on the 80’s and 70’s films of the same name (which are definitely not available on Netflix). Come join us for a great discussion of the allure of film novelizations, parody, and how movies age through the decades. Afterwards (or even beforehand if you like), we deeply encourage you to check out Mike’s books, they are well worth your while.
The physical books are chock full of bonus details, and the Audible productions include the likes of Gillian Jacobs, Adam Scott, Bobby Moynihan, Bob Odenkirk, Jon Hamm, Eric Martin, Andy Richter, Paul F. Thompkins, and many many more!
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