Transmissions From Atlantis 139 – The Last Jedi and the Last of Capaldi (Audio and Video Podcast) – The ESO Network

JC and Rita get to the bottom of the Last Jedi controversy, review the Doctor Who Christmas Special and reflect on the Peter Capaldi, Steven Moffat and Murray Gold eras. Plus Lucifer, the Walking Dead, and More! Be sure to check out the video version of this podcast!

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Episode 139 – The Last Jedi and the Last of the Capaldi Era (Audio and Video Podcast)

JC and Rita get to the bottom of the Last Jedi controversy, review the Doctor Who Christmas Special and reflect on the Peter Capaldi, Steven Moffat and Murray Gold eras. Plus Lucifer, the Walking Dead, and More!

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‘The Guns Above’ Book Review By Ron Fortier – The ESO Network

The Guns Above Book Review By Ron FortierTHE GUNS ABOVE By Robyn Bennis Tor Books 351 pages We love this book! The reasons for this overwhelming reaction are many and we’ll happily elaborate for your edification. Years ago, while still in high school, we discovered the works of British writer C.S. Forster and his clever navel hero, Horatio Hornblower. It was a romantic saga filled with action and heroes; the stuff teenage boys dream of. Then along about that same period in our creative evolution, we discovered the grand airships of old, from the German made Zeppelins to their American Navy counterparts, the Los Angeles and Macon. […]

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Myopia: Defend Your Childhood – Weird Science – The ESO Network

This week on Myopia: Defend Your Childhood, John Hughes brings us back to a time where you couldn’t use computers to look at pornography, so you had to use them to just make the women! What a crazy backward era! Also, crazy backward gender politics in a movie from someone who we thought knew better after Pretty in Pink, Breakfast Club, and Sixteen Candles. Oh, well, I guess threatening your SO’s family with a gun was ok in Reagan’s America. Also, dear friends, thanks for all of you who supported Cineprov last year and I will see you in January! […]

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Movie review: ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ a surprisingly fun action comedy – The ESO Network

As a kid, I remember watching the original “Jumanji” for the first time at a friend’s slumber party. I was awed (and a bit terrified) of this tale about a cursed board game that comes to life and causes dangerous events to happen in the real world — like carnivorous plants and stampeding animals. It’s probably been about 15+ years since I last watched this movie, so I can’t really comment on how well it has held up over time, but I do have fond memories of it. Initially I didn’t think releasing a sequel more than 20 years later […]

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