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1 Replies and 8646 Views The Happening review  8646  1 Started by  Outlanders For years I’ve been telling my friends and family about a belief I’ve had ever since I was in grade school. &160; It goes like this – something is going to happen in my lifetime. Something that is going to cull the herd, so to speak, something that is going to change life as we know it forever. &160; Frankly, there are too many of us on this planet, and one of two things has to happen or we face extinction.&160;We have to get off world, expand into space, or the population has to be reduc...
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0 Replies and 4437 Views Carry The Flame  4437  0 Started by  Maximus Just finished reading the sequel to last years end-of-the-world new series titled - Burn Down The Sky.   In Carry The Flame, the stakes are higher and even more dangerous. The total shock and awe value of this one even transcended some of the worst scenarios in any DL or OL. Major creep factor with everything from giant komodo dragons to insane crazed prisoners of a hardcase prison facility.   James Jaros's Carry the Flame is well worth the read.
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8/16/2012 5:58 PM
18 Replies and 6184 Views A Game of Thrones  6184  18 Started by  silentalbino Has anybody else been watching or reading this. T'is amazing.
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by  mikeclrJump to last post
7/13/2012 3:03 PM
1 Replies and 5217 Views 2012: The war for Souls review  5217  1 Started by  Outlanders For time untold people have wondered what waits beyond death. Do we simply cease to exist All our experiences, our knowledge, hopes dreams, regrets, do they vanish into nothingness &160; Or do we move on to another plane of existence &160; We believe, right or wrong, that because we are self aware, that we can think and interact with the world and others, that we have an immortal soul. &160; Just what exactly is the soul anyhow No one really can answer that. You ask a hundred differ...
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by  Jake CorbettJump to last post
5/27/2012 5:07 PM
5 Replies and 9013 Views The Night Before Christmas by Graphic Audio  9013  5 Started by  Sin-Eater Ryan, Mack and other characters read The Night Before Christmas.
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12/22/2011 8:25 AM
3 Replies and 6472 Views Go go girls of the Apocalypse  6472  3 Started by  Outlanders &160; Go Go Girls of the Apocalypes is a novel that is filled with the vast majority of post nuclear clich&233;s that ran rampant during the 80’s. &160; The funny thing is, it’s all the good (if there is such a beast) clich&233;s, not the post nuclear male fantasy crap that was so prevalent. &160; There were no strange mutants, no bizarre powers, no super science, nothing at all like that. &160; There wasn’t even one sick, fat, sexually depraved would be world ruler. &160; That f...
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by  silentalbinoJump to last post
9/24/2011 12:46 PM
4 Replies and 6071 Views The Book Of Eli  6071  4 Started by  captainbasil Just rented The Book Of Eli . Great film. It's Deathlands,pure and simple. Hey they say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
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8/28/2011 6:00 PM
0 Replies and 5570 Views Blackjack Justice  5570  0 Started by  captainbasil Calling all commuters. If you're a fan of vintage radio drama or some of the new audio dramas that have come out you may enjoy a program from Decoder Ring Theater called Blackjack Justice. It's in the spirit of a vintage Private Eye radio show. While it has lots of humor it's not a spoof in any way. Drop by and give it a try. Drop them a few bucks if you can.
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3/18/2010 9:45 AM
2 Replies and 6732 Views Star Trek: Outpost (Audio Drama) Review  6732  2 Started by  captainbasil Compared to many of my friends I'm only a casual Star Trek fan. I collect radio drama and I stumbled upon the Giant Gnome Productions web site while researching an old show from the 40's. I downloaded the first episode to listen to on my work commute. I am hooked. The series is almost a grittier version of Deep Space Nine. So far so good.
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2/1/2010 7:59 AM
11 Replies and 6775 Views Justice Machine Review  6775  11 Started by  Outlanders I’ll dispense with my typical long winded review and just get to the heart of the matter.   I’ve recently finished reading The New Justice Machine: High Gear Edition Volume one, by Mark Ellis, Darryl Banks, Mike Gustovich, Adam Hughes, Rik Levins and Melissa Martin-Ellis.   Now, I have to say until I met Mark, I didn’t really know about the Justice Machine – Of course I knew all about the major superhero teams like the Avengers, JLA etc… but never heard of the Justice Machine.   I guess i...
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by  Cerberus ManJump to last post
10/2/2009 7:46 AM
0 Replies and 5513 Views fallout 3 deathlands mod?  5513  0 Started by  klausekilski I'm sure it would be a hit...if it existed.
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3/31/2009 12:33 AM
0 Replies and 5199 Views Watchmen review  5199  0 Started by  Outlanders &160; Last night I was one of the lucky ones to get a chance to see the premier of the highly anticipated movie ‘The Watchmen’ &160; Was I blown away No. &160; Did I think it was the best movie I’ve ever seen Nope.&160; &160; Did I think it was better than Dark Knight Not a chance in hell. &160; Did I enjoy it Hell yeah! &160; For me, as seems to be the case, I went into the theater having next to no knowledge about the original Graphic Novel. See, I never read it. Ever, an...
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3/5/2009 11:28 PM
5 Replies and 5520 Views Miskatonic Project Review  5520  5 Started by  Outlanders &160; Few people can deny the impact that H.P. Lovecraft’s work has had on modern horror. The influence can be felt in many movies, books, and television. &160; Even the monsters and creatures that you see depicted in many popular franchises have been influenced by his work (Geiger’s Alien, for example). &160; Although, I have to admit that many of the movies I have seen that were based on his work were less than stellar. It’s a pity, since many of the stories are quite intriguing. &16...
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by  DanielJump to last post
12/15/2008 9:41 AM
1 Replies and 5157 Views Jack: The secret histories review  5157  1 Started by  Outlanders &160; Repairman Jack is one of the most intriguing fictional characters in modern literature today. &160; He’s a literal urban mercenary, who takes repair jobs that need to be kept hush hush, or deal with things that are against the law. &160; Things that people don’t want to have the police or other officials involved with. &160; Even though he’s a mercenary for hire, he’s still a very ethical and righteous man – even if he is what amounts to a career criminal. &160; Jack was crea...
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by  Cerberus ManJump to last post
12/8/2008 12:53 PM
0 Replies and 5371 Views Wheel of Darkness review  5371  0 Started by  Outlanders &160; Wheel of Darkness is the latest collaboration between two exceptional authors, Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child – a duo that I’ve been following since their third novel, Mount Dragon. &160; The novel centers on Agent Pendergast, Preston and Child’s main protagonist, who’s been in almost all of the novels written by these two excellent authors. &160; Before I continue, this review will not contain any spoilers other than what you can garner from reading the back cover of the novel....
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
11/22/2008 9:25 PM
2 Replies and 5220 Views Dead Space review  5220  2 Started by  Outlanders &160; Dead Space is a game of pure horror with a distinctive Lovecraft feel to it. &160; Set far into the future, it is all about the fate of a massive mining ship, a planet cracker, called the Ishimura, has gone silent. &160; Isaac Clarke is an engineer, part of a small team of trouble shooters sent to find out exactly what has happened to the ship, and to render assistance if needed. &160; Of course when they arrive in system and find the ship literally dead in space, no running lig...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
11/3/2008 9:04 AM
0 Replies and 5063 Views Quarantine Review  5063  0 Started by  Outlanders Quarantine was a pretty good horror movie, all things considered. &160; However, I spent a good portion of the movie staring at the floor. No, not because I was scared – it was because of the way it was filmed. &160; Just like Cloverfield. &160; Hand held camera – for those of you who are like me and prone to motion sickness, I got quite ill about thirty minutes into the movie. &160; I even had to leave the theater a couple of times for a few minutes to catch my breath and wait for t...
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10/13/2008 9:42 PM
0 Replies and 5462 Views Igor review  5462  0 Started by  Outlanders &160; I’ve been a fan of animated movies since I was a child. Then again, there are a great deal of adults who are just like me. &160; We never really grew up. &160; We enjoy animated movies, be it traditional cell animation or the more current computer animation. &160; Over the past decade, there have been several that I loved. Shrek and Madagascar being the ones at the forefront of this pack, followed by several Pixar movies (Incredibles), and a few others. &160; Even Disney had ...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
10/13/2008 9:02 PM
0 Replies and 5230 Views Scavenger Review  5230  0 Started by  Outlanders &160; Video games are a major industry today. Well, that’s a bit of an understatement when it comes right down to it. When you’re talking multiple billions in dollars spent on games and machines, that’s not a major player… that’s a major power. &160; And with the games comes the problem of addiction, obesity, poor grades, you name it.&160;Although there are many casual gamers, such as myself, who know when to shut the machines down and do housework, go outside, hang with the family, etc. ...
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10/1/2008 10:01 PM
0 Replies and 5145 Views Bangkok Dangerous review  5145  0 Started by  Outlanders &160; Ok, anyone reading this review who hasn’t seen Hong Kong action movies, stop reading right now and go out and rent some from your local video store. &160; I first discovered Hong Kong action cinema when I was living in the Philippines, almost twenty years ago, back in 1990. &160; Sure, the eighties in North America gave birth to some of the greatest action movies of all time, some that are yet to be surpassed today, but the Hong Kong action cinema was in a league of its own. &160...
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9/30/2008 9:44 PM
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