Monday, 10 March 2014
Mr Jim Moon joins SFFaudio to discuss The Repairer of Reputations, one of the seminal tales of The King in Yellow by Robert W Chambers
SFFaudio - The Repairer of Reputations
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Saturday, 8 March 2014
Thursday, 6 March 2014
In this weeks episode Lee, Darren and Jim are joined by Danny Graydon and discuss such diverse subjects as... Essex Gangland, deadly pancake mix, blu ray purchases and Clowns.
Then there's a bit of disheartening interview revelations about Superman vs Batman vs Wonder Woman vs Kramer vs Kramer, some unsubstantiated rubbish about Matrix prequels and some discussion about the Hugos and SFF fans knee jerk reactions to Jonathan Ross.
After a trip to the vegetable patch for this weeks Shitty superheroes and another entry from Jim Moon's profanisaurus, the guys get busy reviewin' or they get busy dyin' as they re-review the classic Shawshank Redemption, with some tourettes help from Morgan Freeman.
Next week is a very different movie when, to coincide with the anniversary of the first radio episode, the guys return to review the movie version of The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy.
DIRECT DOWNLOAD - THE BLACK DOG #189
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Wednesday, 5 March 2014
In the pages of Galaxy magazine Arthur C Clarke published the above short tale... However in an ironic twist, Clarke had misremembered the author of the short tale referenced in his own short tale - The Anticipator was not written by HG Wells, but by his contemporary Morley Roberts. Mr Jim Moon joins Jesse Willis to discuss this fascinating tale of recursive fictions...
SFFaudio - The Anticipator
Monday, 3 March 2014
In this episode Mr Jim Moon looks at various screen versions of HP Lovecraft's The Unnamable. First we have a matching pair of movies from director Jean-Paul Oullette - HP Lovecraft's The Unnamable (1988) and it's sequel The Unnamable II - The Statement of Randolph Carter (1993). And we round off with with a far more faithful recent short version, the award winning Shadow of the Unnamable (2011)
DIRECT DOWNLOAD - HYPNOBOBS 144
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As mentioned in the show, assorted Lovecraftian linkage -
FRAGMENT 1890 Indiegogo campaign
FRAGMENT 1890 home page
SHADOW OF THE UNNAMABLE homepage
ARE YOU TELLING ME PORKYS: BATTLE EDITION #1
ARE YOU TELLING ME PORKYS home page
Saturday, 1 March 2014
Ladybird Books were an essential part of childhood for many British children in decades past, delivering books for a variety of ages, covering everything from fairy stories, to history, to science to hobbies. And this 1974 tome was many a child's introduction to those most beloved prehistoric monsters the dinosaurs!
Lavishly illustrated and with handy phonetic pronunciations of all those tongue-twisting names, this little book not only parades favourite dinos such as the T Rex and Triceratops but also gives us a simple but detailed potted history of early life on earth.
So with the Shonky Lab turning their attention to dinosaurs, I just couldn't resist doing a reading of this much loved little book, and with Mr Pete Kelk's help, the reading became a little movie.... Enjoy!