Jim discusses a 1977 cult classic from Bert I. Gordon, “Empire Of The Ants,” starring Joan Collins, Robert Lansing, John David Carson, Albert Salmi, Jacqueline Scott, Pamela Susan Shoop, Robert Pine, Edward Power, Brooke Palance, Tom Fadden, Harry Holcombe and Irene Tedrow. A group of people encounter giant ants while
Calling all dorky demons and geeky ghouls! It is once again the time of year where spooky spirits roam the dusty corridors of Earth Station One and Phantom Troublemaker possesses the transmission to bring you the creepiest and scariest show of the year! That’s right, Phantomaniacs – Earth Station Boo
Friend of the Station, Ron Fortier is back with another Pulp Fiction Review. This time out Ron takes a look at Gideon Smith and the Mechanical Girl by David Barnett from Tor Books.
On this episode, the station is full to the brim with folks celebrating the life and career of “The Father of Speculative Fiction,” “The Patron Saint of Steampunk,” “The Shaper of Things to Come,” “History’s Awesome Outliner,” and “That Strange Gent from Kent,” Herbert George Wells. Showing the Wellsian love
The ESO Crew takes a journey into the magical worlds of author H.G. Wells. Join us as we look at the impact of Wells’ stories on pop culture as well as the movies based on these tales. Plus, H.G. Wells has become a fictional character as well, appearing in multiple
April Fools! We travel back to February 17th to get back into the mix of retro topics! Choose your means of time travel! Machine, temporal rifts, your state of mind? Q, CD, and Strangeway cover the expanse of how time travel has been portrayed in film and television, with Ratchet