‘Beyond The Rue Morgue’ Book Review By Ron Foriter – The ESO Network

Beyond Rue Morgue Book Review By Ron FortierBEYOND THE RUE MORGUE Edited by Paul Kane & Charles Prepolec Titan Books 332 pages This is such a marvelous idea for an anthology. Editors Kane and Prepolec open the collection with their short essay on arguably literature’s first true fictional detective; Edgar Allan Poe’s C. August Dupin. Then they kick off the book with Poe’s seminal “Murders in the Rue Morgue,” which for anyone with little experience reading dated English prose, is a chore in itself. Whereas once the title classic has been put forth, the curtain opens to nine brand new stories inspired by Poe’s unique character. “The […]

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The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – John Carter Re/watch – The ESO Broadcasting Network

Welcome my 2nd re/watch podcast!!! The idea about the re/watch series podcast is to look back at a movie especially one that I hated at first viewing. The goal is to do research about the production and get behind the scenes information about the movie and then to re/watch it with fresh new eyes.   With analyses of my brilliant and superior mind, I will answer this simple question, can you re/watch this movie again? Please remember, everyone has a right to like what they like. This is just my opinion.   The second victim, I mean the second movie […]

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The Shotgun Arcana Review By Ron Fortier

THE SHOTGUN ARCANA By R.S. Belcher Tor Books 396 pages One of our favorite books of last year was “The Six-Gun Tarot,” by R.S. Belcher which we reviewed at that time as one of the most original, audacious weird western novels ever written. Now comes its sequel and we totally need to find new, better … Continue reading

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PULPED! THE OFFICIAL NEW PULP PODCAST- Author D. Alan Lewis Gets PULPED!

This week on PULPED!: THE OFFICIAL NEW PULP PODCAST, Host Tommy Hancock welcomes Author D. Alan Lewis.  With his first work focused on a murder in Santa’s North Pole, Lewis’ entire career was pretty much knee deep in Pulp before he realized it.  Listen in as he talks about how he got into writing, being … Continue reading

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PULP FICTION REVIEWS SUPREME JUSTICE!

Ron Fortier returns with another Pulp Fiction Review. This time out Ron takes a look at Supreme Justice by Max Allan Collins from Thomas & Mercer. This is a pre-release review so there is no cover available at this time. SUPREME JUSTICE By Max Allan Collins Thomas & Mercer 284 pages Available June 2014 After … Continue reading

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