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Episode #233: Jurassic World: Fallen Franchise

The hosts get into genetic manipulation, the hubris of man, and why they brought the action to the mainland in this discussion of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom 114 more words


Author Quote

“Books aren’t written – they’re rewritten. Including your own. It is one of the hardest things to accept, especially after the seventh rewrite hasn’t quite done it.”

–Michael Crichton

Authenticity: the Zeitgeist of the Early 21st Century?

After spending this week thinking and reading about influencers, several related things kept popping into my head leading me to ask:

Was Michael Crichton right in 1999 when he wrote in  796 more words

Double Feature #74 - Coma and Looker

This week, we’re digging into a director who is really well known, just not as a director. A man who wrote some of the most memorable stories in television and film. 3,031 more words

Double Feature

Can You Guess this Actor and Narrator?

Anthony Heald acted in plays throughout high school and college, and spent 15 years working in regional theater before settling in New York. He quickly established himself there by playing Tom in a 1980 Off-Broadway production of The Glass Menagerie, and two years later made his Broadway debut alongside Holly Hunter in Beth Henley’s The Wake of Jamey Foster. 703 more words