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Ravenous (Ft. Zach Rosenberg) Preview
For this holiday feast, we're joined by horror writer, Zach Rosenberg to talk about Ravenous (1999). This is one that'll leave you hungry for more. . . bon apetit!
Beer Run: Get Stuffed Turkeys!
Before you succumb to a food-induced coma, crack a cold one and join us in toasting a proud and gluttonous tradition. Bon apetit!
Strange & Norrell Parts 30 - 36 Preview
As the year turns, so does our taste in reading. Join us in our read-along of Susanna Clarke's Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, and remember: This land is all too shallow/It is painted on the sky/And trembles like wind-shook rain/When the Raven King goes by
Episode 244: Black Roses
Join us as we sell our souls for Rock and Roll and talk about the sleazy 1988 film, Black Roses. For those about to rock, we. . . play gin rummy?!
Wheel Of Prime S2: 1 - 4 Preview
Fantasy novelist and resident Wheel of Time scholar, Jeremy Greathouse returns to talk about Wheel of Time Season 2
Episode 243: The Binding Of Isaac (Ft. The Socialist Shelf)
The Socialist Shelf join us to talk about The Binding of Isaac, a roguelike that pits the young Isaac against his own demons and bodily fluids. . . so many bodily fluids
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Informative and Engaging
Pete and Connor have such an entertaining dynamic, as the sci-fi devotee and the academic sci-fi novice. They are informative, engaging, and expand my understanding of the genre. This makes it sound super dry, but they also talk about Alita: Battle Angle.
Can’t think of a scrambled eggs joke
Before the Watts interview: good podcast, generally favorable vibes
After the Watts interview: transcendental podcast, signals encoded in the audio track trigger the development of a malevolent intelligent subroutine within your consciousness which ultimately betrays you to the Scramblers.
Easy to find “sci-fi” fans out there, but it’s tougher to find good media to supplement a love of science fiction novels specifically. This is much needed!