Tag - post-apocalypse

Wish Me Luck Series 2 DVD

Headsup: Espionage, Intrigue and Talking...

There’s a lot of stuff that comes out all the time, with the companies lobbying to snag your coin. Take this as your quick reference guide that will help you with answering the all important question: Should I throw money at it or save...

Deadland

Win Deadland on DVD!

It’s Deadland, out from Phase 4 Films on DVD. Here’s what they have to say for themselves: World War III’s nuclear strikes on the U.S. have set the nation back 200 years; money holds no worth, food is impossible to find...

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Halloween Audio Day 28: The Fifth Book

Another original from my Something Else collection. This one is entitled “The Fifth Book.” It’s dedicated to anyone who’s ever waited for the next book in a series. Hope you enjoy it. [audio:] Find it directly here...

32 Days of Halloween IV, Movie Night No. 19:...

Could someone please re-work this so the theme song is “Love is Like Oxygen” by Sweet? It’s tonight’s pick, the Roger Corman-helmed 1960 film, The Last Woman on Earth. What happens when oxygen becomes a premium and...

Sarah Connor

The Sarah Connor Chronicles: “Strange...

Humans and their thinking, autonomous creations have had a rough relationship for a long damn time and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (T:SCC) was looking to change that, right around the time it got canceled. I’ve gone off at...

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A Conversation With Roger Ma, Sensei of...

Roger Ma is the author of the excellent, informative and entertaining Zombie Combat Manual: A Guide to Fighting the Living Dead. Because let’s face it, as Max Brooks himself stated, blades don’t need reloading. But in a full-on...

Wayhomer Review #8: The Book of Eli

Episode #8, The Book of Eli, in which our protagonist rides shotgun, has an embarrassment of Tom Waits cinematic riches and discusses the badassery of Denzel Washington. Direct link for the feedreaders. Previous episode here.

Obernewtyn – Book Review

Written by: Isobelle CarmodyPublished by: Random House Obernewtyn isn’t new, but it (and Australian author, Carmody) flew under the radar for long enough that it’s worth a look. It is the first in a sci-fi series, and while some...