Over 65 years ago, Fellowship of the Ring, the first book in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings epic was published and literature would never be the same. That one work changed the way that fantasy literature was written and received by the public. It propelled a quiet academic into
“In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit” might be my favorite introductory line for a novel. It’s simple and direct, but still has enough information to spark your curiosity. What is a hobbit? And what sort of “hole” do they live in? (A very comfortable and cozy
This year, the first Lord of the Rings movie, “The Fellowship of the Ring,” turns 18 — if you can believe that. It doesn’t seem like it’s been nearly 20 years since Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy first arrived in theaters, making an impact on film and pop
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All journeys must eventually come to an end, and after 13 years and six movies, director Peter Jackson completes his time in Middle Earth with “The Battle of the Five Armies,” the final chapter in “The Hobbit” trilogy. Jackson earned an Oscar for his adaptation of British author J.R.R. Tolkien’s
This week, TheOneRing.net’s Rebecca Perry joins Mike, Mike, and the award-winning author Bobby Nash as they return to Middle-Earth to review the middle chapter of Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy. Almost as tough as facing a fire-breathing dragon, Radio Cult founders Ricky and Bambi try to rock themselves out of The
ESO returns to Middle Earth for a review of the new movie, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. Plus, we’ll serve up healthy portions of Rants and Raves, Khan Reports, Geek Seats, Shout Outs, and more. Join us for another mythical episode of the Earth Station One podcast. Did you
The big event we’ve been waiting for all year is less than a week away! We’ve packed as much content as we could into this final pre-Dragon Con episode for you to listen to as you’re packing your costumes and other assorted geek items. Mike, Mike, Darren, MaryLouWho, Nikki, and
By Ashley Bergner Box Office Buzz It’s been almost a decade since fans last had a chance to visit Middle-earth in theaters. The fantasy world created by author J.R.R. Tolkien was brought to life in Peter Jackson’s epic trilogy of “Lord of the Rings” films, which came to a conclusion
Next week, the Fellowship of ESO travels through the heart of Middle Earth as we take a look back at Peter Jackson’s first Lord of the Rings film, The Fellowship of the Ring. We’re on the road to Mordor on the next Earth Station One. ESO wants to hear from
The time is nigh! With Dragon*Con nearly upon us, Mike, Mike, Darren, and Mary squeeze one last look at the wonders to come! Joining us on this journey are Brian Dunaway (Podcasting Track) and Rebecca Perry (Tolkien Track). Listen to our final words of guidance before you put on that
By Nathalie Caron, Source: Blastr.com Last week, Peter Jackson showed 10 minutes of footage from the highly anticipated The Hobbit. What should have been a moment of crowning glory for the director turned into a flurry of criticism regarding the look of the film. So what’s Peter Jackson to do?