July 21, 2020

The Madness of Frankenstein Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘The Madness of Frankenstein’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE MADNESS OF FRANKENSTEIN By Derrick Ferguson Pulp Work Press 138 pgs. New Pulp writer Derrick Ferguson is best known for his action packed adventures, be they the exploits of Dillon, Fortune McCall or Sebastian Red. All of these should already be on your reading list. But back in 1914,


The 42cast Episode 82: The Peter Purves Interview

The 42cast is proud to welcome Peter Purves for an interview. Peter played Steven Taylor, one of the Doctor’s earliest companions and joined the show in 1965. He’s since become a mainstay of the British television industry presenting numerous for numerous series and events. In this episode we talk to

But First, Let’s Talk Nerdy Episode 14: A masked knight and Christmas in July

But First, Let’s Talk Nerdy Episode 14 is here! Martha talks about The Knight of The Laughing Tree (Game of Thrones) and Brittany celebrates Christmas in July, talking about the classic Christmas song ‘Baby it’s Cold Outside.’ But First, Let’s Talk Nerdy on Podbean! But First, Let’s Talk Nerdy on

Double Edged Double Bill Episode 116: Brother By Night

Break out the tommy guns for Adam Thomas and Thomas Mariani! This week, your Double Edged Double Bill hosts are running the table on gangster films. First, Takeshi Kitano becomes the Japanese mobster king of L.A. in the good pick Brother. Then, Ben Affleck snuggly fits into 30s era mobster

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