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Nerdrahtio interviews Drew Gaska from Blam Ventures about Planet of the Apes, Buck Rogers, H.P. Lovecaft, Space 1999 books and more!

In this episode anchors Sam and “Silent Assassin” Tom, and Co-host “Legendary” Tom Brooks interview Author, writer and founder of Blam! ventures, Drew Gaska. Nerdrahtio folks might now him from the help you provided us with a photoshop concept for sightline for a previous podcast ( 187 more words

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Planet of the Apes Reboot Series

***Spoiler Alert!!!***

I’ve never seen the original movies or the series of Planet of the Apes, but I LOVE the 21st century reboot of the franchise. 2,540 more words

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What I Watched: June 2015

I successfully made it to the theaters a couple of times this month, as well as watched some classics at home. Looking back, I’m happy to have stepped outside of my movie comfort zone. 31 more words

Film

The Future is More

I love mashup media. You know those videos that are supercuts of loads of moments in films? Like a supercut of movies where a character says “Get Down!”, or a supercut of people in movies hitting computers to make them work. 377 more words

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Film Review: 'Beneath the Planet of the Apes'

Year:  1970

Starring:  James Franciscus, Kim Hunter, Maurice Evans, David Watson, James Gregory, Linda Harrison and Charlton Heston

Director:  Ted Post / Written by:  Paul Dehn (story by Paul Dehn and Mort Abrahams) 576 more words

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HOLLYWOOD HALLOWEEN MONKEY MAN

Walking toward me from the opposite end of a city-block-long hallway which connected the clinics to the Veterans Hospital was a short, bow-legged fellow aided by  a tall, gnarly staff; he was wearing some truly, grubby jeans as though he had read that op-ed piece about wearing your Levis a year between washing; he wore a calf length pea-coat made in another century for a much larger veteran and mid-calf length boots, all scuffed and dirty with the laces undone, leaving the tops of the these puddle sloshers  flapping against each other as the arc of those cowpoke legs met again at the ankles. 296 more words

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