Flopcast episode 377! It’s summer concert report time, because our white and nerdy hero “Weird Al” Yankovic just came through New England with his “Strings Attached” tour, featuring an entire symphony orchestra! Kornflake and Doornail scored VIP tickets to the New Hampshire show, where they ventured backstage and met Weird
Up until about five years ago, I’d never seen a Quentin Tarantino film. Other films fans would lovingly give me grief about this, and so I finally decided to sit down and watch one. I popped his first movie — “Reservoir Dogs” — into my DVD player and then hit
Pop Culture Cosmos #152- Once Upon A Time in Hollywood Reviewed, The Boys Are Back In Town, and What Band Really Started The Grunge Movement?
The guys are reunited as Gerald reviews Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Josh is back from his search for Bigfoot with his thoughts on the Museum of Pop Culture and a possible new season for Batman Beyond plus what band really started the Grunge Movement in the ’90s. Plus
Come celebrate 50 episodes of The 42cast. Unlike other podcasts we’re not doing anything special. We’re just bringing you the same great reviews that you’ve come to expect from The 42cast. This time we discuss season one of Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger. The series is a bit of a looser
This Week on Earth Station DCU! Drew Leiter and Cletus Jacobs put on their brilliant disguises as we uncover more mysterious in our favorite swamp. The secret of the hypercube is revealed in Adventures of the Super Sons #12. Hal Jordan meets Abin Sur in The Green Lantern #9. The
THE GANGSTER An Isaac Bell Adventure By Justin Scott (& Clive Cussler) Putnam Books 416 pgs Of all the cottage spin-off series to come from Clive Cussler, my favorite remains the Isaac Bell stories, as writer Justin Scott knows his history and can write smooth, fast paced action better than