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Jackie has a past that he feels defines who he is.  The problem is, it has some back to haunt him and threaten his future.  Can Billy separate his feelings from the facts and determine if Jackie is truly innocent of the crime he's accused of committing?
 
 
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The first season of Shazam! comes to an end with the first of a two-part story.  It's an odd duck in many respects, but John and Richard do find the good in it and remind everyone that odd does not mean bad.  The question though is, does it hold up today?

 

 It's all here and we want to hear from you on what you think of the episode.  Write us as ShazamIsisPodcast@gmail.com.

 

Moral: "Making one mistake isn't the end of the world. We often get a second chance. Just make sure you don't mess it up, or let others mess it up for you."

 

Guest Cast

Jimmy Hayes as Mister Samuels

Greg Mabrey as Jackie

Jack McCulloch as Vinnie

Tom Ruben as Vinnie's Lieutentant

Carol Anne Seflinger as Mellie

Chad States as Vinnie's Pal

Direct download: Shazam_Isis_-_Ep_18.mp3
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Jackie has a past that he feels defines who he is.  The problem is, it has some back to haunt him and threaten his future.  Can Billy separate his feelings from the facts and determine if Jackie is truly innocent of the crime he's accused of committing?
 
 
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The first season of Shazam! comes to an end with the first of a two-part story.  It's an odd duck in many respects, but John and Richard do find the good in it and remind everyone that odd does not mean bad.  The question though is, does it hold up today?

 

 It's all here and we want to hear from you on what you think of the episode.  Write us as ShazamIsisPodcast@gmail.com.

 

Moral: "Making one mistake isn't the end of the world. We often get a second chance. Just make sure you don't mess it up, or let others mess it up for you."

 

Guest Cast

Jimmy Hayes as Mister Samuels

Greg Mabrey as Jackie

Jack McCulloch as Vinnie

Tom Ruben as Vinnie's Lieutentant

Carol Anne Seflinger as Mellie

Chad States as Vinnie's Pal

Direct download: Shazam_Isis_-_Ep_18.mp3
Category:Shazam/Isis Podcast -- posted at: 9:00am EDT
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 The SciFi Diner Podcast

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Tonight’s Diners: Scott, Miles, M

 

Welcome to the Diner.

If you have listened to the show for sometime, we would love to have you leave feedback on iTunes. We know not all of you use iTunes, but for those that do, it helps us become more visible. If you don’t use iTunes, your feedback is still valuable. Visit our webpage at http://scifidinerpodcast.com and leave a comment on the show notes or email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com We want to know what you are thinking about what we are saying and what shows you are watching.

 

Welcome to the SciFi Rewind: Back to the Future II

 

Back to the Future III Stranded in 1955, Marty McFly receives written word from his friend, Doctor Emmett Brown, as to where can be found the DeLorean time machine. However, an unfortunate discovery prompts Marty to go to his friend’s aid. Using the time machine, Marty travels to the old west where his friend has run afoul of a gang of thugs and has fallen in love with a local schoolteacher. Using the technology from the time, Marty and Emmett devise one last chance to send the two of them back to the future.
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Screenwriters constantly have to do deal with feedback and notes. They should always be listened to and considered. But then there’s THOSE reads. Those reads that say “this script is horrible” or “you can’t write.” Festivals and coverage services can be great sources for criticism but you run the risk of sometimes getting that kind of reaction.

 

Joining me to talk about how to handle that is Jennifer Sharp. Director of the feature film “I’m Through With White Girls” and an award-winning screenwriter as well, Jennifer shares some of the soul-crushing reads she’s received. But she also talks about how that doesn’t have to be the end. This a great conversation about having the resiliency to block out those who hate your work and finding the people who will love it. Enjoy:

 

-How do you deal with rejection?

 

-Can on prepare for the “no”?

 

-How to answer notes that change the fundamentals of the story?

 

-The shattering of the vision - what if the reader is right?

 

-Which notes to take, which ones to throw out.

 

-Getting feedback from those who KNOW how to read a script/treatment.

 

-Should you get notes/reads from people who like your stuff or people who are impartial or like other genres?

 

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Glenn is alive! Now that we have that established, join Arnold and Scott as they explain why that’s absolutely certain despite the apparent tragedy at the end of this week’s THE WALKING DEAD, “Thank You!” Then it’s on to some Max Rager shenanigans in the latest iZOMBIE next time), and an interview with Kerry Breitenstein of Twilight Creations, home of the ZOMBIES!!! series of games and accessories! And Glenn is alive, did we mention that?

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Show Music: “Bitter Pill” (feat. Vosmoy) by Still Pluto and “Zombie Wok” by The Karovas Milkshake.

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Twilight Creations – Zombies!!!

 

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"Batgirl Network Presentation"

No Airdate

Killer Moth has come to Gotham to kidnap a millionaire to hold for ransom and it looks like he has the Dynamic Duo well under wraps thanks to his cocoon gun.  Will he succeed or will the introduction of Batgirl help to save the day?  Yvonne Craig makes her debut as the Dominoed Daredoll in this brief network presentation.  

 

Joining John to discuss this never aired piece is author Jay Smith.  

 

Comment on the episode here or write thebatcavepodcast@gmail.com

 

Jay Smith is the creator and executive producer for the Parsec Award-winning audio drama series HG World.  Since 2009, Jay and his company of players and producers have been telling the story of survivors in the middle of a global zombie uprising.  Now in its third season, this "satellite" production has featured dozens of actors across four continents making it a production truly on a global scale.  Since its debut, episodes of HG World and its spin-off series, the Parsec finalist The Diary of Jill Woodbine and The Googies have been downloaded close to a million times.

 

Inspired by the golden age of radio, Hidden Harbor Mysteries presents a story inspired by stylish pulp era radio adventures like The Shadow, Sam Spade, The Green Hornet, and I Love a Mystery. Performed by a stellar cast, Hidden Harbor hopes to integrate classic radio storytelling with some modern twists.  Jay draws from the work of Orson Welles, Arch Obelor and looks to modern audio dramatists like Douglas Adams and Dirk Maggs as inspiration to create a rich, realistic world of survival horror laced with dark comedy and compelling human drama.

 

Jay holds a BA in Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University and is working on his Master of Fine Arts from Seton Hill University’s innovative Writing Popular Fiction program.  He attends and speaks at various science fiction and literary conventions about podcasting, writing, audio drama, and zombies.  HG World can be heard by subscribing through iTunes or visiting the show web site www.goodmorningsurvivors.com.

Direct download: The_Batcave_Podcast_-_Episode_48.mp3
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​There’s two Halloween episodes for your enjoyment on this installment of “Presenting the Transcription Feature.”  First, the wholesome world of small-town America is shaken by a string of Halloween tricks on The Alrich Family.  Who’s letting the air of car tires?  Who’s ringing doorbells and running?  Could it be that scamp Henry Aldrich?  Before Halloween was all about candy, it was all about tricks.  Then Eve Arden stars as Our Miss Brooks, the comedic and sardonic, but beloved, English teacher making her way in yet another small town.  Nothing seems to go right for her, her students, or her principal, as they plan a Halloween party.

 

Episodes

 

The Aldrich Family

“Halloween Prank Backfires”

October 31, 1940

3:35

 

Our Miss Brooks

“Halloween Party”

October 30, 1949

36:00

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 ​It's a double sized edition of The Weekly Podioplex.  Is there anything in two week's worth of movie releases that could take The Martian from the top of the box office?  Or perhaps one of the upocming November releases might make it.  It's all here and a double dose of DVD and Blu-ray releases.
 
 
Weekly Podioplex Notes for October 20, 2015
 
Introduction
Opening Clip: Jem and the Holograms
 
Box Office Report
 
Top Ten
#1 – Goosebumps
#2 – The Martian [-1]
#3 – Bridge of Spies
#4 – Crimson Peak
#5 – Hotel Transylvania 2 [-3]
#6 – Pan [-3]
#7 – The Intern [-3]
#8 – Sicario [-3]
#9 – Woodlawn
#10 – The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials [-4]
 
(New Release) [Change]
 
 
Tops From the Past
2010 – Paranormal Activity 2
2005 – Doom
1995 – Get Shorty
1985 – Commando
1975 – Let’s Do It Again



Box Office Premieres for the week of October 23rd, 2015
Wide
Jem and the Holograms – [PG]
Steve Jobs – [R]
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension – [R]
The Last Witch Hunter – [PG-13]
Rock the Kasbah – [R]
 
Limited
Suffragette – [PG-13]
I Smile Back – [R]
Burnt – [NR]
Nasty Baby – [R]
Difret – [NR]
 
 
Box Office Premieres for the week of October 30th, 2015
Wide
Our Brand is Crisis – [R]
Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse – [R]
 
Limited
Love – [NR]
The Wonders – [NR]
Carter High – [PG-13]
 
Home Entertainment for the weeks of October 20th and October 27th, 2015
New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray for October 20th
 
Jurassic World – [PG-13]
Lonesome Dove – [NR]
 
New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray for October 27th
 
Pixels – [PG-13]
Southpaw – [R]
Max – [PG]
The Gift – [R]
The Human Centipede III: The Final Sequence – [UR]
The Human Centipede: The Complete Sequence – [UR]
 
TV on DVD and Blu-Ray for October 20th

 

Nurse Jackie: Season Seven (2014)
The Facts of Life: Season Seven (1985)
Growing Pains: Season Six (1990)
 
TV on DVD and Blu-Ray for October 27th

 

None
 
Blu-Rays From the Past for October 20th
 
Back to the Future 30th Anniversary Trilogy (1985-1990) – [PG]
Back to the Future: The Animated Series (1991)
Back to the Future: The Complete Adventures (1985-1991)
Back in Time (2015) – [NR]
 
Blu-Rays From the Past for October 27th
 
Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) – [PG]
 
Podcast Promos
 
My Star Wars Story
My Star Wars Story is a project to document the impact of Star Wars on the lives of those in the Star Wars Generation.
 
Quick Flicks
 
Coming Attractions for November
Links
 
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Direct download: Podioplex102015.mp3
Category:The Weekly Podioplex -- posted at: 5:48pm EDT
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Tonight’s Diners: Scott, Miles, M

 

Welcome to the Diner.

If you have listened to the show for sometime, we would love to have you leave feedback on iTunes. We know not all of you use iTunes, but for those that do, it helps us become more visible. If you don’t use iTunes, your feedback is still valuable. Visit our webpage at http://scifidinerpodcast.com and leave a comment on the show notes or email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com We want to know what you are thinking about what we are saying and what shows you are watching.

 

Our Listener Feedback Show: We reflect on the summer, the TV Shows we watched, the books we read, Felicia Day’s new book, and what we are looking forward to.
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Our series of interviews continues as we near the start of our reviews of the first season of The Secrets of Isis.  Joining us for this episode is actress, dancer, teacher Joanna Pang Atkins who played Cindy Lee on the first season of the show.  Joanna talks about her career leading up to her appearing onIsis, her memories of the episodes and her co-stars, and her career following her departure.
 

Joanna Pang Atkins has a unique perspective gained from a fascinating lifetime of experience. Since she was a young girl, Joanna has traveled the world over, performing as an actress and dancer on stage, television and film. As a natural progression, she began producing and directing theater for teens and now brings her experience into schools with multi-cultural dance assemblies and residencies.

 

   From her starring role as a teenage idol on CBS’ top-rated children's show The Secrets of ISIS, which recently came out on dvd, Joanna's TV appearances have varied as widely as Saturday Night Live, numerous daytime soap operas, The Lawrence Welk Show, and dozens of TV commercials.

 

   Joanna's stage performances have taken her throughout the country, touring in well-known musicals including West Side Story, South Pacific, Music Man, and The King and I, as well as close to home in the world premiere production of Sayonara at the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey. Performing with an Asian touring dance company carried her to the far reaches of Europe, South America, Canada and the U.S.A.

 

   Her professional teaching background is in dance, ranging from ballet to jazz to folk. She teaches all ages from kindergarten through adult. Her special rapport with children has her teaching them on TV and as far afield as California studios, a school in Budapest, and right at home in New Jersey. At many schools, Joanna’s World Dance residencies have become an annual tradition. For over ten years, she has also been a teaching artist for the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC).  Joanna Pang Atkins was honored as the Outstanding Arts Educator for 2014 by Morris Arts of NJ.

 

   In addition to her own performing, Joanna has traveled extensively with her husband, Dick Atkins, a producer and writer of television and feature films, and their son Davy, to movie locations from Los Angeles, Georgia and Vermont in the U.S., to Africa, Budapest, Moscow and St. Petersburg.

 

   Joanna’s biography has been published in Who’s Who in the World andWho’s Who of American Women.

Direct download: Shazam_Isis_-_Ep_17.mp3
Category:Shazam/Isis Podcast -- posted at: 7:57pm EDT
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 ​Will Davros have the last laugh, or will it all end in crocodile tears? And when the sewers have overflowed and Skaro is far away, will the Doctor and Clara find themselves trapped forever in a deep ocean base under siege from nightmarish ghostly apparitions? Join Scott and Arnold as they talk about eye sockets, endless corridors, and the importance of well-structured storytelling! Also: Coverage of the latest DOCTOR WHO-related news of the spinoff by YA author Patrick Ness, CLASS and the upcoming LEGO set(s)!

 

Show Music: Rory Hoy’s 50 Years Of Time And Space Mix.

 

We welcome all feedback at whostalkingpodcast@yahoo.com, contact@g2vpodcast.com, or on the G2V Facebook page! Find the show on Twitter at @WhosTalkingCast!

 

Please help support the continued production of The G2V Podcast Doctor of the Dead, and Who’s Talking.

Direct download: WTS2E16100515.mp3
Category:Who's Talking -- posted at: 7:58pm EDT
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 With apologies to Michael Falkner, here is last week's edition of The Weekly Podioplex.  In addition to The Martian continuing its dominance at the box office, Michael had other space news with Star Wars and Six Million Dollar Man release info.  Check it out.
 
 
Weekly Podioplex Notes for October 13, 2015
 
Introduction
Opening Clip: Goosebumps
 
Box Office Report
 
Top Ten
#1 – The Martian [Second Week]
#2 – Hotel Transylvania 2 [Even]
#3 – Pan
#4 – The Intern [Even]
#5 – Sicario [-2]
#6 – The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials [-1]
#7 – The Walk [+4]
#8 – Black Mass  [-2]
#9 – Everest [-2]
#10 – The Visit [-2]
 
(New Release) [Change]
 
 
Tops From the Past
2010 – Jackass 3D
2005 – The Fog
1995 – Seven
1985 – Commando
1975 – Hard Times



Box Office Premieres for the week of October 16th, 2015
Wide
Goosebumps – [PG]
Crimson Peak – [R]
Bridge of Spies – [PG-13]
Woodlawn – [PG]
 
Limited
Truth – [R]
Room – [R]
All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records – [NR]
This Changes Everything – [NR]
Momentum – [NR]
 
Home Entertainment for the week of October 13th, 2015
New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray
 
Tomorrowland – [PG]
San Andreas – [PG-13]
 
TV on DVD and Blu-Ray

 

Justified: The Complete Series (2010-2015)
Bates Motel: Season Three (2014)
The Following: Season Three (2014)
The Following: The Complete Series (2013-2015)
Mad Men: Season Seven, Part Two (2015)
Mad Men: The Complete Series (2007-2015)
The 100: Season Two (2014)
Heroes: The Complete Series (2006-2010)
Six Million Dollar Man: The Complete Series (1973-1978)
The Bionic Woman: The Complete Series (1976-1978)
 
Blu-Rays From the Past
 
Aladdin (1992) – [G]
Land Before Time (1988) – [G]
 
Podcast Promos
 
Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast
The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman were two of the most influential television programs of the 70's.  During the height of their popularity, Steve Austin (Lee Majors) and Jaime Sommers (Lindsay Wagner) would battle Fembots, Bigfoot, Venus Death Probes, deadly duplicates, foreign spies, and bitter cold to protect the United States' interests through the O.S.I. Every other Sunday, hosts John S. Drew and Paul K. Bisson talk about one episode from either series in depth with another fan of the series.  The podcast looks at the episodes, the pilot movies, and the reunion movies covering them from synopsis to review to a look at the mythology of both series.
 
Quick Flicks
 
None
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Direct download: Podioplex101315.mp3
Category:The Weekly Podioplex -- posted at: 7:16pm EDT
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A new show joins the network as we look at old home game show versions of television game shows.  In the first outing of the podcast, John is joined by Stephanie and Ricky and they play The Joker's Wild.  Does the game hold up to the test of time?  Do the contestants hold up to the questions?  Take a listen and you decide if the devil got everyone in the end.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 And here's a standard episode of the series with host Jack Berry from 1974.

Direct download: 1_-_The_Jokers_Wild.mp3
Category:Home Game Show Version Podcast -- posted at: 8:46pm EDT
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Presenting another radio adaptation of a Hollywood classic from the Screen Guild Theater, starring the film’s original leads.  Tonight it’s Champagne for Caesar with Ronald Colman as unemployed genius Beauregard Bottomley who appears on television quiz show hosted by Art Linkletter.  As the amount of money Bottomley wins increases, it threatens the very business of the show’s sponsor, played with sneering relish by Vincent Price.  A must-hear episode for fans of game shows as well as Old Time Radio.
 
The Screen Guild Theater
“Champagne for Caesar”
October 10, 1950
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SHOW OPEN

 

40 POUNDS OF SPORTS

Gabe's All Out Of Love, He's So Lost With(out) the NFL. He talks with Dan and Travis about the moral conundrum of being an NFL fan, and probably hates on the Patriots in the process! Concussions? Drugs? Cockfighting? We might cover all these things! But mostly, it's the ethical dilemma of Sunday football. Tell 10 friends and subscribe today!.

 

HTD EXPRESS – Subscribers! Look for The Handsome Timmy D Express in your feed! Tim will interview creative folks in the entertainment industry about their process.  Free with your Dan & Travis Show subscription! 

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Category:The Dan and Travis Show -- posted at: 3:24am EDT
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Thttp://www.allbharathnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/The-Martian-%E2%80%93-An-Awesome-Movie-with-Matt-Damon-Action.jpghe Martian took out the competition last weekend, but does it have the staying power to last a second week with new releases this weekend?  Michael Falkner has this and Mission: Impossible on an all new Weekly Podioplex.
 
Weekly Podioplex Notes for October 6, 2015
 
Introduction
Opening Clip: Pan
 
Box Office Report
 
Top Ten
#1 – The Martian
#2 – Hotel Transylvania 2 [-2]
#3 – Sicario [+7]
#4 – The Intern [-2]
#5 – The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials [-2]
#6 – Black Mass [-1]
#7 – Everest [-3]
#8 – The Visit [-2]
#9 – War Room [-1]
#10 – The Perfect Guy [-3]
 
(New Release) [Change]
 
 
Tops From the Past
2010 – The Social Network
2005 – Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
1995 – Seven
1985 – Commando
1975 – Dog Day Afternoon



Box Office Premieres for the week of October 9th, 2015
Wide
Pan – [PG]
The Walk – [PG]
 
Limited
Big Stone Gap – [PG-13]
Steve Jobs – [R]
The Final Girls – [PG-13]
Victoria – [NR]
 
 
Home Entertainment for the week of October 6th, 2015
New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray
 
Magic Mike XXL – [R]
Insidious: Chapter 3 – [PG-13]
Dark Places – [R]
Tremors 5: Bloodlines – [PG-13]
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! – [NR]
Ride – [R]
 
TV on DVD and Blu-Ray

 

South Park: Season Eighteen (2014)
The Leftovers: Season One (2014)
Vikings: Season Three (2014)
Mission: Impossible: The Complete Original Series (1966-1973)
 
Blu-Rays From the Past
 
Spartacus (1960) – [PG-13]
 
 
Podcast Promos
 
Saturday B Movie Reel
A weekly podcast covering Syfy Channel Original Movies and other science fiction and fantasy B movies.
 
Quick Flicks
 
None
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Direct download: Podioplex100615.mp3
Category:The Weekly Podioplex -- posted at: 11:04am EDT
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Anastasia Baranova – “Addy Carver” from Z NATION – joins Arnold and Scott for a fantastic chat that was recorded before they saw this week’s episode, and she was careful not to reveal the horrific turn of events at the end of “White Light!” Listen as the guys review that latest installment in the harrowing search for Murphy, and then talk with the Wielder of the Z-Whacker herself!

…and FEAR THE WALKING DEAD fans, fear not! We’ll catch up with all the goings-on in pre-apocalyptic LA next time!

 

Show Music: “Bitter Pill” (feat. Vosmoy) by Still Pluto.

 

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 Cosplayer Bob DeSimone talks with John about his life as the Bat.  He tells about the construction of his costume, how impressed Adam West was with it, and how his cosplay has helped him to help others, especially as Boba Fett.  It's all here and a whole lot more on this special episode of the podcast.
 
 
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Category:Batcave Podcast -- posted at: 6:31pm EDT
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The SciFi Diner Podcast

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Interview:

Roger Cross can currently be seen playing ‘Six’ aka ‘Griffin Jones’ on the hit SYFY show “Dark Matter”. As well as the role of ‘Reggie Fitzwilliam’ on Guillermo Del Toro’s series for FX, “The Strain”. And playing ‘Travis Verta’ on “Continuum”.

 

On television, Cross can also be seen on a recurring basis on CW’s “Arrow”, and ABC’s “Motive”! He captivated audiences as Jack Bauer’s fellow agent, ‘Curtis Manning’, on the sensational “24”. He’s starred in the Sci­Fi series “First Wave”, “The Guard”, “The Gates”. He’s reccured on such series as “Fringe”, “Charlies Angels”, “The L Word”, “Stargate”, Steven Spielberg’s “Taken”, “Higher Ground”, “The X­Files”, “The Commish”, “The Days”, “Peacemakers”, “Just Cause” etc.. He’s Guest Starred on “Star Trek- Enterprise”, “UC Undercover”, “Highlander”, “Andromeda, “Outer Limits”, “Sliders”, “Street Justice”, “Neon Rider”. Cross has also appeared in a slate of TV movies including “Everything That Rises”, Father’s Choice”, “Aftershock”, “The Color of Courage”, “Voyage Of Terror”, “Oklahoma City”, “Doomsday Rock”, “Baby 2000″, ” Captains Courageous”, “The Surrogate”, “Tailhook”, “Don’t Talk To Strangers”, “The Winter Garden”, “Playing For Keeps”, “Deliver Them From Evil”, etc.

 

His many film roles include “Mad Money”, alongside Diane Keaton, Katie Holmes, and Queen Latifah, “The Day The Earth Stood Still”, “The Chronicles Of Riddick”, “King’s Ransom”, “Ecks vs Sever”, “Liberty Stands Still”, “Deadly Little Secrets”, “Free Willy III”, “What’s Your Verdict”, “Double Jeopardy”, Oliver Stone’s “World Trade Center”, etc.

 

Roger was born and raised in Jamaica. With his family, he moved to Vancouver at the age of 11. He enjoyed drama in school, but never considered it a viable career. His heart was set on flying, and he studied Aviation at Trinity Western University. While waiting for a flying job, Cross began working as an extra and doing stunts. He went on to study acting at Breck Academy and landed a few roles before landing the one that ultimately changed the course of his life. After surviving an extremely challenging yet fulfilling experience filming “The International Rescue” on location in China, Vietnam and Burma, Cross decided to give acting his full focus for a year. His acting career has since taken off, and he now enjoys flying in his spare time.

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Shazam!

"The Braggart"

November  30, 1974

 

Alan has self-esteem issues and compensates by making up wild stories about himself to impress his friends.  But when he has to prove what he is saying, will he endanger not only himself but his friends as well?

This episode bares some similarities with the previous episode, "The Delinquent" in that we are dealing with young men with self-esteem issues.  The difference he is that Alan is actually quite friendly, but his friendship comes at a cost as he weaves his wild stories.  Does it hold today?  Why didn't Jackson Bostwick wrestle a lion?  And did Richard really beat up The Scorpion?

 It's all here and we want to hear from you on what you think of the episode.  Write us as ShazamIsisPodcast@gmail.com.

 

Moral: “Honesty is the best policy."

 

Guest Cast

Gary Dubin as Mitch

Scott Garrett as Jerry

Steve Gustafson as Alan

Sean Kelly as Tim

Kerri Shuttleton as Debbie

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Frank Coghlan Jr. as the Guard

 

Direct download: Shazam_Isis_-_Ep_16.mp3
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50 EPISODES! Welcome and thank you to all, DOCTOR OF THE DEAD listeners! We celebrate our 50th bumper-sized installment with a look at the latest episode of FEAR THE WALKING DEAD, discuss the Season 2 premiere of Z NATION, and talk with a very special guest – Arnold’s fellow world-renowned zombie expert,DOCTOR WHO colleague, and the master of “Bieber Fever,” Dr. Robert Smith? (And yes, the question mark is a legal part of his name!)

 

50 down, and here’s to the next 50!

 

Show Music: “Bitter Pill” (feat. Vosmoy) by Still Pluto.

 

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BRAAAIIINNNSSS!: FROM ACADEMICS TO ZOMBIES

MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF ZOMBIES

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The fall brings with it a number of new movies and with a more inconsistent audience, the number one film at the top can change with each week.  And that's the case as the second Maze Runner movie was beat by the second Hotel Transylvania movie.  But can it hold on with only one new movie opening this weekend?  Michael Falkner has this and more on a new Weekly Podioplex.
 
Weekly Podioplex Notes for September 29, 2015
 
Introduction
Opening Clip: The Martian
 
Box Office Report
 
Top Ten
#1 – Hotel Transylvania 2
#2 – The Intern
#3 – The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials [-2]
#4 – Everest [+1]
#5 – Black Mass [-3]
#6 – The Visit [-3]
#7 – The Perfect Guy [-3]
#8 – War Room [-2]
#9 – The Green Inferno
#10 – Sicario [+15]
 
(New Release) [Change]
 
 
Tops From the Past
2010 – The Social Network
2005 – Flightplan
1995 – Seven
1985 – Invasion U.S.A.
1975 – Three Days of the Condor



Box Office Premieres for the week of October 2nd, 2015
Wide
The Martian – [PG-13]
 
Limited
The Walk – [PG]
Freeheld – [PG-13]
He Name Me Malala – [PG-13]
Shanhai – [R]
Sicario – [R]
 
Home Entertainment for the week of September 29th, 2015
New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray
 
Avengers: Age of Ultron – [PG-13]
Entourage – [R]
Spy – [R]
Cop Car – [R]
Zipper – [R]
Aloft – [R]
Poltergeist – [PG-13]
 
TV on DVD and Blu-Ray

 

Bones: Season Ten (2014)
Outlander: Season One, Volume Two (2014)
Grimm: Season Four (2014)
Reign: Season Two (2014)
iZombie: Season One (2014)
 
Blu-Rays From the Past
 
Goodfellas (1990) – [R]
 
 
Podcast Promos
 
Star Wars Stacks
The Star Wars Stacks is a Star Wars Expanded Universe Bookclub. Once a month, we get together to discuss a different novel from the Star Wars EU.
 
Quick Flicks
 
Vin Diesel confirms one last Fast and Furious trilogy
Star Wars Disney Parks update
Star Wars soundtracks
Back to the Future Day celebrations
 
Links
 
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Michael’s blog at Creative Criticality
Direct download: Podioplex092915.mp3
Category:The Weekly Podioplex -- posted at: 3:24pm EDT
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The Doctor has just met a little boy on a battlefield, and it’s a meeting that will resonate through all of time and space! Join Scott and Arnold as they journey back to the Planet of the Daleks – Skaro – with the Doctor, Missy, Clara, and legions of DOCTOR WHO fans as Series 9 of the venerable sci-fi saga begins! PLUS: Scott talks about his contributions to the story of Davros in the Big Finish audio dramas “The Juggernauts” and “I, Davros: Guilt!”

 

Show Music: Rory Hoy’s 50 Years Of Time And Space Mix.

 

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Big Finish: Doctor Who – The Juggernauts

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