Just like clockwork, the ESW crew return to review one of the most romantic Doctor stories ever told. Mike, Mike, Jen, and Mary are joined by Angela Pritchett for some time-traveling, clock winding, and French kissing.
Continue reading “The Earth Station Who Podcast Episode 141 – The Girl In The Fireplace” »
Blurb: The present day: the Orkney Ferry, where Ian Chesterton meets a stranger who he is able to confide in.
Decades earlier: the TARDIS lands on Orkney, and Ian and Barbara are abandoned when the Doctor and his ship vanish in front of their eyes. As the pair head for civilization, something is stirring in the treacherous bog lands.
And only the ancient Wissfornjarl can protect them…
Review: Unlike most of Big Finish’s Companion Chronicles range, The Revenants was never released as a stand-alone CD. It was originally released as a free bonus story to subscribers to Doctor Who Magazine. It was later included as a bonus CD on the Special Edition of Big Finish’s 50th anniversary celebratory story, The Light at the End. As a result, there’s no CD cover image to use. The closest thing is the very basic image that Big Finish put on their website for the download link. That’s what is used for this review. Continue reading “Review: Doctor Who the Companion Chronicles – The Revenants” »
On this episode of REC Level 3, we cover recent nerdings, PSVR, Battlefield 1, The Pocky Debate, RED Dead, whats news and WestWorld.
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Mandy and Xavier examine the first half of “The Killing Joke” the animated adaption of the infamous 1988 graphic novel by Alan Moore. The first half of the film has been criticized as controversial for it’s portrayal of the backstory written in for Batgirl aka Barbara Gordon. We recap the first half of the film and share our opinions on it.
Stick around for part 2- covering the adaption of the graphic novel, coming soon.
The ESO Countdown to Halloween continues with a look at the ladies that thrilled us with the terror of their tonsils. Mike, Mike, the award-winning Mark Maddox, Jim Adams, and Ricky Zero measure the amplitudes and attitudes from the silent creamers to the current tv series on Fox. Plus, Jim does some shrieking of his own in the Geek Seat. All this, along with the usual Rants & Raves, Geek Girl’s Take, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!
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Flopcast episode 232! If you’re a fan of Wonder Woman and/or potatoes, we have more podcast recommendations; rapper Eminem has a birthday this week (can you guess which one of us is a fan?); in the long-awaited return of “Chickens in the News,” we find a chicken crossing the road in Scotland (probably searching for the Bay City Rollers); and we preview next weekend’s Super Megafest convention, featuring comedy from our pals Niki Luparelli and Ken Reid, as well as stars from Good Times, Gotham, The Karate Kid,The Outsiders, Annie, Rocky Horror Picture Show, and a forgotten backdoor pilot episode of The Facts of Life. (We still believe that “Tootie’s Aunt and MacGyver” could’ve been a big hit…)
Join Drew Leiter and Cletus Jacobs as we discuss…
Superwoman #2 & 3
Action Comics #965
Flash S3 EP2
Arrow S5 EP2
Supergirl S2 Season Premiere
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Over the last few years Adam and Jp have talked a lot about Halloween; the 2016 Halloween special is loaded with some of our favorites.
Relive Adam’s Ghost segments from Tennessee, Alabama and Virginia.
From the early podcasting days…Adam and Jp chat their favorite Horror icons and Halloween on TV.
Josh (Host of Collection Connection) phones in with a personal ghost story.
The Clown Hysteria has forced one fast food icon into hiding, get the scoop. Plus, Adam is considering attending a pro-clown rally.
The other clown horror show continues…. ya know, the US Presidential race.
Jp has watched The Flash, Arrow and Ash vs. Evil Dead season premieres. Get his take. Also, a quick review of Sully and Magnificent 7.
Blurb: The TARDIS materializes on board a still and eerie spaceship. When a squad of soldiers land, they realize they’ve found themselves in the middle of a war zone. With one of their crew trapped by the enemy, the Doctor and his friends find themselves locked in a desperate race for survival. Vast warships manoeuvre around each other as both sides try to out-think their opponents, flying into ever more dangerous areas of space.
The stakes could not be higher. But as ever in war, the lines between good and evil are hard to define. Will anyone survive to claim the moral high ground?
Review: The Early Adventures exist to tell Doctor Who stories in “black and white”. The first two seasons did an admirable job with it overall. The range not only allows the writers to explore new facets of old companions, but also to tell stories in a style that’s gone out of vogue in recent years. In these the science may be a little cheesy and the story-telling a little naive, but for those who love sixties television this is not a problem. Occasionally, the range has pushed the limits of what could have been done with the time either by pulling in future continuity or by dealing with subject matter that would never have been covered in the 1960’s. Overall, though, it has maintained that sixties nostalgia feel. Continue reading “Review: Doctor Who The Early Adventures – The Age of Endurance” »