March 21, 2022

It Seems Like A good Idea At The Time Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Diamondback’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

DIAMONDBACKIt Seemed Like a Good Idea At The TimeBy Derrick FergusonPro Se Press165 pgs There is absolutely nothing subtle about this book. It is a powerful, gang-blasting, take-no-prisoners crime thriller from start to finish. The setting is the fictional city of Denbrook, a modern-day Sodom and Gomorrah filled to the

Flopcast 515 Gloria Estefan with cat guy

Flopcast 515: Dedication to Pie

Flopcast episode 515! Another quick random show, including: Happy Birthday to Matthew Broderick (star of Ladyhawke) and Elton John (star of the “Nikita” music video); Kevin has a pile of 80s movie promo buttons (“Free Johnny Dangerously!”); Gloria Estefan is a cat; Madonna is not a mermaid; the American Sci-Fi Classics

Silent Running | Episode 320

Jim reflects on his first viewing of the Directorial debut of Douglas Trumbull, 1972’s “Silent Running,” starring Bruce Dern, Cliff Potts, Ron Rifkin, Jesse Vint, Mark Persons, Cheryl Sparks, Steven Brown, Larry Whisenhunt and the vices of Roy Engel and Joseph Campanella. The was released 50 years ago without any

Earth Station Trek Episode Sixty-One – Assimilation and Coming Home

In this thrilling installment of EARTH STATION TREK we mull over the big news that Captain James T. Kirk is en route to Star Trek: Strange New Worlds before embracing “Assimilation” with Star Trek: Picard and ultimately “Coming Home” with Star Trek: Discovery in our season four wrap-up! SPOILER ALERT!PCD

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