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Chekov's Boat Anchor

This is not a review of “Oculus” because I consider myself one of the worst reviewers on the net. Instead this is a quick of cataloguing of fears exploited in the film that we horror writers might want to consider for future abuse. 261 more words

Josef Matulich

Pane di Patate

I knew this would happen. I went to Iowa City and began to scratch the itch where my second book wants to break through the skin and into the world. 539 more words

Yeast Breads

FArFri -- "Best of Enterprise" by Stumpaa

Here’s a great piece by Stumpaa on DeviantArt –A little something to remind Kirk that there is no “I” in Team!   Almost mystic, yes?  I love how Uhura is playing peek-a boo.

Star Trek

Star Trek's influence in all that is good in televised Sci-Fi.

When Star Trek ended everyone thought, that was it. Syndication proved otherwise. Soon it was on every night and the first fans were telling people, “I told you it was good.” Or new viewers were asking, “Why didn’t we know about this and why is it not still on.” People loved the stories and action. 471 more words

Star Trek expanded the possibilities for Sci-Fi television.

To continue the Sci-Fi theme for this week; let’s talk about Star Trek shall we? I will be sticking to the original series for this post, although feel free to add you own bits on anything relating to Sci-Fi in the comment section. 445 more words

Science Fiction

Monday Matinee 3.31.14 - This Week in Cincinnati Theatre

This is a very busy week in Cincinnati theatre, with lots of great options. Personally, I hope you’ll come visit us at Falcon Theatre where we are producing ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST on Friday and Saturday at 8 PM. 909 more words

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The Curious Journey of Mr. Eric Delko or Red Star Galactica

The Curious Journey
of Mr. Eric Delko
or
Red Star Galactica

An Arkady Renko/CSI Miami/Battlestar Galactica (original)/Chekov’s Journey Fanfic by Paul Robison

Eric Delko (CSI Miami) 51,926 more words