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Kathryn Adams

Binary System Podcast #100 – One hundred episodes of randomness

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Binary System Podcast #100 – One hundred episodes of randomness

Binary System Podcast is celebrating 100 episodes! Well, not counting 20 or so recorded before we started calling them Binary System, plus some bonus episodes here and there, the odd fan art collections…you know what, it’s not important, happy one hundredth episode!

The plan was to record a retrospective of our favorite moments of the last one hundred (..or so..) episodes, starting with our favorite Night Vale episodes, our favorite Weather music, and our favorite fangirl “eeeeeee” episodes like Arrival, Sherlock, and Star Wars (plus a few “arrgh!” moments with Walking Dead.) But of course there were tangents into Blade Runner 2049, Wonder Woman, Friday the 13th the Series, American Horror Story, Saga, and Transformers, because of COURSE Transformers. 

Thanks for listening in! And if you’ve got a plan for what our next 100 episodes could be about…you’re more organized than we are!

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llyzabeth

Review – Transformers Lost Light #10

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Review – Transformers Lost Light #10

I’ve spent months wanting to punch Getaway and all his stupid mutineers in the mouth: Autobots just don’t turn on Autobots, not to this scale they don’t. I was surprised at how betrayed I felt by the whole thing.

Having read this issue, I have some insight. And I’m still completely baffled. And I still want to punch someone.

See below for preview pages and a review of Transformers: Lost Light #10.

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Leland Pierce

Legends of Horror Collection Socks

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Legends of Horror Collection Socks

What does one wear to a haunted house or theme park Halloween celebration? Um, Freddy Krueger or Jason Voorhees socks of course! Good thing Stance’s NEW Legends of Horror Collection has got your feet covered for this spooky season.

This year you can get these two uniquely crafted in the likeness of Horror’s two most iconic slasher villains; Freddy Kreuger and Jason Voorhees!

Both pairs from Stances ‘Legends of Horror Collection’ are available now:

The Jason Voorhees style features the iconic hockey mask with red blood-like splatters on a white base while the Freddy Krueger style takes on the army green, red, and grey palette of Freddy’s iconic attire. Both styles are made on Stance’s 200 needle construction and retails for $18.

Grab Freddy Krueger here. Nab yourself a pair of Jason Voorheeses here.

FEATURES

 Terry Loop In Forefoot, Heel, And Toe For Cushioning

 Arch Support

 Reinforced Heel & Toe

 Seamless Toe Closure

You can run but you can’t hide from Freddy and Jason this Halloween!

 

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Sthrngrlsrck

REVIEW: Professor Marston and the Wonder Women

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REVIEW: Professor Marston and the Wonder Women

Contains Spoilers.  Contains curse words.  Contains me talking about love is love. 

I am not telling the whole setup of the movie, but will discuss certain scenes.

The movie started and five minutes in I was in love with Elizabeth Marston, played by Rebecca Hall. She is a feminist. She is out of this world smart and unfortunately living in a time that women should “know their place.” She was having none of that. We are introduced to her via her rant about not being accepted to Harvard because, “I don’t have a cock.” Her rant is filled with “fuck” and “unacceptable” and “if I were a man.” Of course the name of the movie starts with “Professor Marston” and he, played by Luke Evans, is the person Elizabeth is ranting to. He too is a feminist and loves her because she is all of the things a typical woman of the times is not.  

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Sthrngrlsrck

THOR: RAGNAROK World Premiere Photos

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THOR: RAGNAROK World Premiere Photos

Last night, in Hollywood, stars Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett and Mark Ruffalo were joined by director Taika Waititi and producer Kevin Feige for a walk down the red carpet where they greeted enthusiastic fans at the world premiere of Marvel Studios’ “Thor: Ragnarok.”

Marvel Studios’ “Thor: Ragnarok” opens in U.S. theaters November 3.

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