‘Quarry’s Vote’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

Quary's Vote Book Review By Ron FortierQUARRY’S VOTE
Max Allan Collins
Hard Case Crime
237 pages

This is one series we came in late on, not having been aware of Max Collins’ hitman Quarry until Hard Case Crime convinced him to bring the character out of mothballs for one more tale; “The Last Quarry” in 2015. We were hooked instantly and obviously not alone in our appreciation as the publisher continued releasing new Quarry tales. By this time Collins had long since established himself as one of the premier mystery writers in the country. This was due in large part to his historical Nathan Heller crime novels and his posthumous collaborations with late Mickey Spillane in which Collins completed many unfinished Mike Hammer mysteries.
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RevCast Special: Horror / Sci-Fi Movie Actor Filmmaker Serge Levin

RevSF’s Joe Crowe talks to horror and sci-fi actor and filmmaker Serge Levin about his work in the horror and sci-fi genres, as well as must-see movies Welcome to Willits and Abysm

He talks about doing martial arts with Dolph Lundgren on Welcome to Willits, being in awe of Michael Ironside on Abysm, and his career in movies. 
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RevNews – Star Trek Beyond – Treking the Verb!

The adventures in the new Star Trek universe continue! But this time, without JJ at the helm, and with a script by fan favorite Simon Pegg! Will a story by one of our favorite geeks get classic Trek fans back on board? Or will the action focus of new director Justin Lin just make them furious? RevNews hosts Gary Mitchel & Tegan Hendrickson beam aboard Trek fans Kasey Ryan, Michael Falkner, and Sue Kisenwether to discuss these questions and many more!
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REC Level 3 – 7 Days to Die Review


Welcome to the REC Level 3 Podcast, a show that is dedicated to gaming, geek culture and general fandom.

On this episode of REC Level 3, Jess, Stefano and Ryan cover recent nerdings, Review of 7 Days to Die, Pokemon GO, news and more.

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The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 327 – Ghostbusters

Earth Station One Podcast Ep 327
It’s been a long time since there was something strange in the neighborhood, but now there’s a new group of Ghostbusters to answer the call. Mike, Mike, Ashley, and Alex charge the lines, create the vortex, and break the barriers on 2016’s most divisive movie. Plus, Van Jensen and Pete Woods come out of the shadows to expose the Cryptocracy and find themselves manipulated into the Geek Seat! All this, along with the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, Geek Girl’s Take, and Shout Outs!
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The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – Ghostbusters (2016)

monster scifi show cover - ghostsbustersCheck out my review of the new Ghostbusters movie. Remember, there are spoilers so don’t listen until after you watch this movie.

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Myopia: Defend Your Childhood – Episode 94: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)


This week on Myopia: Defend your Childhood, we learned to appreciate Shakespeare you need to hear it in the original Klingon. We watched Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, at least there are no whales, right?
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CasterQuest Ep45 Game Of Thrones Season 6 Ep 7: The Broken Man


Mandy takes a break from Pokemon Training to recap Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 7: The Broken Man, with Xavier. In this episode, a lost dog is found at a hippie commune, Margery gets awful relationship advice from the High Sparrow, Jamie and Bronn go fishing in the Riverlands, Arya takes a swim in the canals, and we GET HYPE for Clegane Bowl.. plus more!


Flopcast 219: FlopFest 2016 – Multiple Gilligans

flopcast logo in color with ESO stamp

Flopcast episode 219! Kornflake reports on the second annual FlopFest celebration, which mostly involves flopping in a hammock in the middle of New Hampshire. This year’s FlopFest also featured tall monsters, small manservants, Isaac the Bartender, an Internet-famous dog, and waffles. Next year’s FlopFest will feature a giant Silver Spoons-themed parade float shaped like Ricky Schroder’s head (if there’s any chance of Kevin showing up, that is). Kornflake also has a concert report, because those crazy Indigo Girls came around again. And we open the Flopcast mailbag and learn that someone really wants to sell coffee to Kevin’s old band, the Sponge Awareness Foundation. (Throw in a Silver Spoons coffee mug, and we just might have a deal…) Also: If you prefer fractions to decimals, relax and celebrate Casual Pi Day! No need to pack up that FlopFest hammock just yet.

Episode 219 complete show notes and links at www.flopcast.net!