Binary System Podcast #34 – Alice Isn’t Dead #4 “Factory By the Sea”

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Binary System Podcast #34 – Alice Isn’t Dead #4 “Factory By the Sea”

This week’s episode of Alice Isn’t Dead was like a Ray Bradbury short story; it was beautiful and surreal and oh so creepy. If the writers keep this up then we’re looking forward to many more chapters in this very odd story. (And we promise to stop accidentally calling the narrator “Alice” if you’ll just TELL US HER NAME EVENTUALLY.)

More topics discussed on this podcast: the Welcome To Night Vale live show, Elizabeth finally started watching Season 2 of Daredevil, Kathryn’s finally finished House of Cards, and the Saga comic book is still not for children.

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 13: Tomorrowland

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 13: Tomorrowland

This week Leland and his good friend Brian talk all about Tomorrowland, the future land that can be found at all of the Disney Parks world wide. Showcasing Walt Disney’s idea of the future! But really it’s all about the rides! The guys discuss favorite rides, olds one and the new ones coming in the next few years. If you love Disney then pull up a chair, download and enjoy. Read On

Review: Spectrum #0 from Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion

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Review: Spectrum #0 from Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion

On Free Comic Book Day (Saturday May 7!) we’ll finally get to see Spectrum. Not a preview or a handful of pages, but a full-length issue from writers Alan Tudyk and PJ Haarsma and artist Sarah Stone, the artist of Transformers: Windblade, so I was throwing my money at them as soon as I heard that last tidbit. Except I don’t have to throw money, because it’s free. See below for the review!

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Review: Doctor Who – The Shakespeare Notebooks

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Review: Doctor Who – The Shakespeare Notebooks

“…The Shakespeare Notebooks is an astonishing document that offers a unique insight into the mind of one of history’s most respected and admired figures. And also, of course, William Shakespeare.”

Tomorrow marks 400 years since William Shakespeare shuffled off this mortal coil. In that time his reputation has grown from a somewhat well-known playwright to the most famous writer in the English language. I’m sure fans of Shakespeare have dreamed of traveling to early seventeenth century Stratford-upon-Avon and meeting the great playwright at least once; imagine how often a centuries-old Time Lord with access to his own TARDIS could make the trip.

Newly discovered “The Shakespeare Notebooks” is a comprehensive collection of journal entries, rough drafts, additional characters, annotated scripts, and many other snippets from the Bard’s personal writing which will give you an idea of just how much of an influence that a mysterious “Doctor” had on his life.

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Movie Issues: Exit to Eden

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Movie Issues: Exit to Eden

This week the crew sits down and watched one of the worst movies ever made, 1994 Exit to Eden. You remember! The one where Rosie O’Donnell and Dan Aykroyed  are cops who go undercover at a BDSM Sex Island. Yea, that one! It’s so bad. Two movies in one and neither movie is good. So please download and enjoy all this crazy.  Read On

Binary System Podcast #33 – WTNV #86 “Standing and Breathing”

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Binary System Podcast #33 – WTNV #86 “Standing and Breathing”

In this week’s Night Vale episode we got to see a lot more of these Strangers that aren’t doing much, except standing there…and breathing… andthensuddenlyappearingrightnexttoyouwithoutmoving YIPE!

After that we talked about what we’re catching up on (Daredevil, House of Cards, and Hannibal) and then drop all the spoilers on Crimson Peak because Elizabeth finally watched it and we had to talk about how amazingly pretty it is. And don’t worry, we don’t make one single mention of Tom Hiddleston’s butt. Except here. Sorry. (Not sorry.)

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