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Extreme Prejudice (1987)

First thing first, I thought they were on to me on the opening intro scene when the typing of the top secret mission started. Under the code word Zombie Unit the words started to unfold and there before my eyes… 468 more words

Action & Adventure

"If it weren't for Philo T. Farnsworth, inventor of television, we'd still be eating frozen radio dinners."

Today is a cold, clear winter’s day, the sort of winter’s day when the chill takes your breath away. The sky is an amazing blue with not even a cloud in sight. 345 more words

Musings

Old Time Radio History #18

Hello everyone, and welcome back to another edition of Old Time Radio History!

Now, we’re going to dive into a simple feature.  One that has lasted for over 80 years, and still is going strong today.   59 more words

Old Time Radio

The longing of Dagny * Atlas Shrugged

I’m slowly making my way through this beast of a novel and I feel for Dagny Taggart the most. She’s a woman, over-achiever in a man’s world, running a powerful business full-steam and in spite of all the dead weight hanging on to her in form of her incapable brother and board of directors. 691 more words

Excerpts

Parody: The New Not-stalgia?

You may recall a recent commentary from yours truly (because I’m the only contributor to this site) in which I discussed the concept of “ 1,277 more words

Television Spotlight

Reviewed: Lone Ranger & Green Hornet #5


Now here’s something plausible but unexpected, a Lone Ranger/Green Hornet crossover. I say plausible because the time period in which these tales took place would allow for such a crossover to occur. 1,031 more words

Action/Adventure