It’s Fun To Stay at the Blue Falcon Hotel: The SyFy Interviews, The Expanse

Based on the sci-fi mystery novels penned by James S.A. Corey (a nom de plume serving the endeavours of the writing team Daniel Abraham and Ty Franc, Leviathan Wakes) The Expanse titles have spread like flowering spores into a SyFy original series. Some two-hundred years in the future, a now-fully-habitable [Read More…]

Outlander Starz Series Premiere Review

Tonight, Starz premiered their latest television series, Outlander, with the episode titled “Sassenach.” The television series is based on the popular novel series penned by Diana Gabaldon. ** Warning: This review contains spoilers. Heading the television adaptation is acclaimed Executive Producer Ronald D. Moore (Battlestar Galactica, Helix, Star Trek: The Next Generation). [Read More…]

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Storm of Words, A Game of Thrones Podcast – Season 4, Episode 3 “Breaker of Chains”

The HBO television series, Game of Thrones, has returned with Season 4. Also returning is Storm of Words, a Game of Thrones podcast! We’re back every week to discuss the latest episodes of the series and delve into the world George R.R. Martin created through his novels. Jessa Phillips & Alexander McGrath, joined by Gary Mitchel of RevolutionSF.com, return to the Seven [Read More…]

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Storm of Words, A Game of Thrones Podcast – Season 4, Episode 2 “The Lion and the Rose”

The HBO television series, Game of Thrones, has returned with Season 4. Also returning is Storm of Words, a Game of Thrones podcast! We’re back every week to discuss the latest episodes of the series and delve into the world George R.R. Martin created through his novels. Jessa Phillips & Alexander McGrath, joined by Gary Mitchel of RevolutionSF.com, return to the Seven [Read More…]

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Storm of Words, A Game of Thrones Podcast – Season 4, Episode 1 “Two Swords”

The HBO television series, Game of Thrones, has returned with Season 4. Also returning is Storm of Words, a Game of Thrones podcast! We’re back every week to discuss the latest episodes of the series and delve into the world George R.R. Martin created through his novels.     Jessa Phillips & Alexander McGrath, joined by Kellen Harkins return to the [Read More…]

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Revolution, Resurrection and Pumpkin Head Lattes: “Sleepy Hollow” Rises Again

Like many a standard of American literature, Washington Irving’s 1819 short-story, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, has seen more facelifts and resurrections than Hillary Clinton’s political career: varied adaptations on the usual theme, always entertaining and sketchy, nightmare fare for some. Irving’s Sleepy Hollow is uniquely American, but its roots [Read More…]