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  • daveac vblog   2 years 30 weeks ago

    Happy Holiday to you as I start mine - with a wine!

  • daveac vblog   2 years 30 weeks ago

    Such a good weekend that I am late again but I still have wine

  • The Cultdom Collective Podcast Updates   2 years 30 weeks ago

    The Cultdom Collective podcast

    Cultdom Commentary: Dr Who ‘The End of Time’ Parts 1 & 2

    Part 1

    A Doctor Who Special – ‘The End of Time Part 1′ – Another Cultdom Christmas treat for 2011 with Special Guest Samantha – that’s Romana II of The Cultdom Collective joining Ian, Mike & Dave on the commentary.

    Direct Link to mp3 – Part 1:-

    http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-54821/TS-572706.mp3

    Part 2:

    A Doctor Who Special – ‘The End of Time Part 2′ – A Cultdom Christmas treat for 2011 with Special Guest Paul Scoones – Dr Who DVD Info Text writer & much more – joining Ian, Mike & Dave on the commentary.

    Direct Link to mp3 – Part 2:-

    http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-54821/TS-574287.mp3

    Subscribe on iTunes

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    Cheers, Ian, Mike, Paul & daveac

  • Day Of The Daleks - Episode 2 Discontinuity (Plus a quick review of the Special Edition DVD)   2 years 30 weeks ago

    The Special Edition gives the story a slightly more modern feel without losing the charm of the original. Well said. I could not agree more.

    New firepower effects are very impressive, sound all around is improved, plus a few glitches present in the original were edited out of the update and all without compromising the story in any way.

    Happy Travels!

  • Day Of The Daleks - Episode 2 Discontinuity (Plus a quick review of the Special Edition DVD)   2 years 30 weeks ago

    I wasn't worried about the continutity.  I was quite impressed with the special edition.  It gave it a slightly more modern feel without losing the charm of the original.  I liked the newly shot planet scenes and Nicholas Briggs' new Dalek voiceovers.  The battle scenes were enhanced by the use of some actors dressed as 1970's era UNIT soldiers and a period looking Ogron.  Even the lasers from the weapons madem it look good.  I also liked the simple things like adding the green wave effects on the TV screens and the disintegrating battle victims. 

    People who have only been exposed to the new series might find this one to be a but more palatable thanks to these enhancements that really do not hut the charm of the oringinal.

  • Ramble With Russel Podcast Updates   2 years 31 weeks ago

    First off Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone at Podshock and the users of the website, my gift to you , fresh espisodes of my show, starting with

     

    Episode 281 - Chronicles of a Saintly Penguin

     

    On this week's show we feature a killer saint, a gaggle of penguins, a struggling kid and a war in a glaxy far far away.  First up the holidays in Holland take a turn on the terror side with the blu-ray review of Saint (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as the legend of St. Nicholas gets a makeover in this Dutch horror film.  Then it's man vs nature with my blu-ray dvd review of Mr. Popper's Penguins (courtesy of Fox Home Video) starring Jim Carrey as a businessman who has the help of the arctic birds to rediscover his kids.  It's the story of a teenage boy's struggle with weigh in the dvd review of The Fat Boy Chronicles (courtesy of Phase 4 Films) in this heartwarming tale of overcoming odds toachieve your dream.  We wrap things up with a journey back to a galaxy in turmoil with the audio book review of Star Wars : Fate of the Jedi : Book 8 Ascension by Christie Golden as the lost tribe of the Sith continue thier march to power.  Music for this episode features the songs The Penguin by Manny, Shy Boy by Robin Stine and Just Rise by Plunkett, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    And then This week's Edition of Extra features my annual Christmas Special 2011

     

    On this week's edition of Extra it's my annual Christmas Special with reviews a plenty and a visit from the man in red. First up it's a trip to the Lindsay Square Mall where I catch up with Santa and find out what the kids are asking for this year. Then it''s a trip to the North Pole with the dvd review of Disney's Prep and Landing (courtesy of Walt Disney Home Video) where two elves try to save Christmas for a small boy. Then we take a trip back to the world of Disney's Beauty and the Beast with the dvd review of Belle's Magical World (courtesy of Walt Disney Home Video) and Beauty and the Beast : The Enchanted Christmas on blu-ray (courtesy of Walt Disney Home Video) as we look at some untold tales from the Enchanted Castle. To wrap things up we turn to the world of the MMA with the 20-disc dvd review of The UFC Ultimate Fight Collection 2011 Edition (courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment) where we look back at some of the greatest battles in the octogon from July 2010 to June 2011. Music for this episode features the songs Pimpin' With Santa, Sweet Christmas Day by Amagodden and Midnight Snow by Abscondo, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    You can check them out at http://ramblingruss.libsyn.com

     

    Cheers,

     

    Russel

     

  • The Cultdom Collective Podcast Updates   2 years 32 weeks ago
    The Cultdom Collective podcast
     
    Cultdom Epi. 131 – 'A Year of it…' Our Review of Cultdom 2011
     
    Yes, with another year almost over 'A Year of it…' is our review of Cultdom in 2011
     
    Direct Link to mp3:-
     
     
    Subscribe on iTunes
     
     
    Cheers, Ian & daveac
  • Ramble With Russel Podcast Updates   2 years 32 weeks ago

    And then an a Special Edition of my show for all those who are fans of some great 80's & 90's television with...

     

    This Week's Edition  of Extra - These Are The Tales of Captain Power Special

     

    On this week's edition of Extra we take a trip back to the glory days of Saturday morning television with my Captain Power/Gary Goddard special. First up you get my dvd review of the brand new 4-disc set of the groundbreaking live action/CGI series Captain Power and The Soliders of The Future Complete Series (courtesy of Video Services Corporation) as humans fight for thier future in the year 2147. Then it's a trip to the planet Luminaire where the Legion of Light do battle with Baron Dark in my dvd review of the 2-disc Collector's Edition of Skeleton Warriors The Complete Series (courtesy of Video Services Corporation) in this 1994 animated series. As a special treat to my listeners I am joined by creator/writer Gary Goddard as we talk about both shows and plans to bring them back to a new generation of fans. Music for this episode features the song Power Inside by EL84 it can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    It can be found on at http://ramblingruss.libsyn.com

     

    Cheers,

     

    Russel

  • Ramble With Russel Podcast Updates   2 years 32 weeks ago

    Here are some more podcast updates for you all, please check them out..

     

    Ramble Extra - Helping out the Muppets

     

    On this week's edition of Extra we get a little help from some furry and feathered friends and the world's greatest detective. First up it's my theatrical review of The Muppets as the late Jen Henson's creations get a reboot for a new generation. It's a trip to the deep US South of the 60's with my blu-ray/dvd combo review of The Help (courtesy of Walt Disney Home Video) as unlikey freindship in this touching drama. It's another take on the legendary lawman of literature faces off against hellish hounds, curses and a vampire with the dvd review of the new 4-disc Sherlock Holmes Collection (courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment) starring Matt Frewer (Max Headroom) as Holmes and Kenneth Welsh as Dr. Watson. 3 Mossad agents have to deal with a kidnapping gone wrong with the dvd review of The Debt (courtesy of Alliance Films) starring Helen Mirren, Sam Worthington, Jessica Chastain & Tom Wilkinson. Music for this episode features the songs Daytime Soaps and Shattered Hopes by Sweet Diss and The Comebacks, Runnin Hound by Eros and Curse of a Madman by Ancient Influence, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    Then on Episode 280 - A Little Collection of Animals

     

    On this edition of the show the focus goes back on our furry friends.  First up it's a trip back to the world of 80's tv animation with the 3-disc review of The Littles Collection (courtesy of Mill Creek Entertainment) as we follow the adventures of tiny people in your walls.  Then it's back to ancient China for trhe further adventures of Po the Panda with the blu-ray/dvd review of Kung-Fu Panda 2 (courtesy of Paramount Home Video) as he and the Furious Five face off against a threat to kung-fu itself.  It's a trip to the wilds of Kenya with the blu-ray/dvd review of Disney Nature's African Cats (courtesy of Walt Disney Home Video) where two families of big cats fight to survive.  We wrap thiings with another new holiday special with the blu-ray review of Ice Age : A Mammoth Christmas Special (courtesy of Fox Home Video) as the prehistoric gang try to get off Santa's naughty list.  Music for this episode features the songs Very Little by Cutting Jade, China Walls by 11 Miles West of Nowhere and Frozen Boy by Ken Blackwood, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    Both can be found at http://ramblingruss.libsyn.com

     

    Cheers,

     

    Russel

     

     

  • Happy Birthday Louis!   2 years 32 weeks ago

    Thanks so much, Dave. It feels like I just had one about a year ago... and now once again. It seems to be becoming a habit.

    Cheers,
    Louis

  • The Cultdom Collective Podcast Updates   2 years 32 weeks ago

    The Cultdom Collective Podcast

    Commentary: The Waters of Mars

    A Doctor Who Special – ‘The Waters of Mars’ the second of Cultdom’s Christmas treats for 2011 with Special Guest Gail Willis of The Cultdom Collective joining Ian, Mike & Dave on the commentary

    Direct Link to mp3:-

    http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-54821/TS-570631.mp3

    Subscribe on iTunes

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    Cheers, Ian, Mike, Gail & daveac

  • Doctor Who: Podshock 262 - Classic Peter Davison Interview and Frazer Hines Interview Pt 2   2 years 32 weeks ago

    If the volume levels seems a little low in this episode, it's not you or your equipment. For some unknown reason, it is low after encoding the file (both formats). The original audio is not low. I am not sure what is causing it and nothing has changed in our post production work flow. So it is puzzling. I have re-encoded it three times, each hoping for better results, but each sounds the same.

    Apologies to those having trouble with it. Turn up the volume to number 11 if you can.

  • 2011 Christmas Special Airs on BBC America on Christmas!   2 years 32 weeks ago

    On BBC's website the annual tradition of the Adventure Calendar is currently ongoing.Today begins the third week on the calendar and you can find two screensavers available. There are two available for PC or MAC and you can find them here:

    Doctor Who: Adventure Calendar - Day fifteen

     

    As in the past you can do a different thing each day leading up the airing of the Christmas special.

    For the items available through WEEK 1:

    BBC: Doctor Who: Adventure Calendar - Week one

     

    ...and for week two:

    BBC: Doctor Who: Adventure Calendar - Week two

     

    Go back and enjoy the things you've missed so far and come back every day to find new items.

  • Give me a brake.   2 years 32 weeks ago

    http://www.chakoteya.net/index.html Chrissie's Transcripts Site, "Your one-stop site for who said what and when on Star Trek and classic Doctor Who." What a fantastic resource! If you haven't been, go!

    Just as the 11th Doctor and River kept meeting in the wrong order, I've been watching classic episodes in a similar way... in no particular order. Funny what turns up.

    4 minutes and 50 seconds into into the first episode of Time Flight "the TARDIS encounters heavy turbulence, as if it's been caught in the wake of another time machine" according to http://www.drwhoguide.com/who_6c.htm, when it (the TARDIS) along with the Doctor, Nyssa and Tegan begin to experience a rather rough ride as the TARDIS suddenly lurches while subjected to sustained shaking...

    "DOCTOR: Nyssa, have you touched the dimensional stabilisers?
    NYSSA: Of course not. All systems functioning normally.
    DOCTOR: It could be the relative drift compensator.
    NYSSA: No.
    TEGAN: Some sort of turbulence?
    DOCTOR: Feedback from the solar comparator? No.
    NYSSA: Another ship.
    DOCTOR: Another ship? What do you mean, another ship?
    NYSSA: If it builds up at this frequency, it could draw us into spatial convergence. We must materialise immediately.
    TEGAN: But we're due to land in London in a few minutes.
    DOCTOR: If we don't materialise, the TARDIS will be destroyed."

    Source: http://www.chakoteya.net/DoctorWho/19-7.htm (Time Flight Transcript)

    The first line of dialogue says it all: DOCTOR: "Nyssa, have you touched the dimensional stabilisers?" These would be the stabilisers that (according to the 11th Doctor) don't exist?

    Okay, so the TARDIS has been reconfigured a number of times since the 5th Doctor, or at least the console room has changed, but are we to believe that the core systems of how the TARDIS traverses time and space have likewise changed? Don't think so.

    Of course there's always Rule #1. You can explain away anything and everything with that.

    Happy Travels!

  • Doctor Who Lost and Found: Two Missing Episodes Recovered!   2 years 33 weeks ago

    IT's great news that two more episodes of the show have been found.  Too bad they're not from better stories.

    Regardless we still have a long way to go before we can rest. There are many episodes still missing and we can not rest until they are found as well.

                                                                                                                                        

    On a side-note many of the Loose Cannon recons are being or have been redone and are of better quality that the previous version.

     

    Their list of updates include:

    The Macra Terror

    The Myth Makers

    The Highlanders

    The Space Pirates

    The Savages

    The Smugglers

    and The Faceless ones.

     

    Contact Loose Cannon Productions for the newer version.

  • The Cultdom Collective Podcast Updates   2 years 33 weeks ago

    The Cultdom Collective podcast

    Cultdom Episode 130 – Cultdom Collectables

    With Christmas almost upon us what sorts of scifi & fantasy items you you like to get? Or do you already have a vast collection of collectables? PLUS Breaking News! We talk about 2 newly found ‘missing’ Dr Who Episodes!

    Direct Link to mp3:-

    http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-54821/TS-558887.mp3

    Subscribe on iTunes

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    Cheers, Ian & daveac

  • I-CON 31 Announces Sylvester McCoy, Daphne Ashbrook, and Sarah Douglas in first wave of guests   2 years 33 weeks ago

    Icon 31 added Frazer Hines and Jeremy Bulloch among others. 

  • The Cultdom Collective Podcast Updates   2 years 33 weeks ago

    Commentary: Planet of the Dead

    A Doctor Who Special – ‘Planet of the Dead’ the first of Cultdom’s Christmas treats for 2011 with Special Guest Lewis Bailey of The Happiness Patrol joining Ian, Mike & Dave in the commentary bus

    Direct Link to mp3:-

    http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-54821/TS-568052.mp3

    Subscribe on iTunes

    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=324932943

    Cheers, Ian, Mike, Lewis & daveac

  • daveac vblog   2 years 33 weeks ago

    Recorded one day late with half the wine already drunk and shorter to boot!

    Note - Includes Cultdom Podcasting info as normal

    Cheers, daveac

  • Ramble With Russel Podcast Updates   2 years 33 weeks ago

    Another podcast update..

     

    Episode 279 - Magic of Another Earth

     

    On this episode of the podcast it's a Christmas story with a canine twist, a woman seekinf redemption and some Harry Potter magic.  First up I kick off the holiday season with the dvd review of A Christmas Wedding Tail (courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment) where 2 dogs try to save a wedding starring Jennie Garth (90210), Brad Rowe (General Hospital) and Tom Arnold.  Then it's a story of a young woman trying to find herself in Sundance 2011 Award Winner Another Earth (courtesy of Fox Home Video) starring Brit Marling and William Mapother (LOST).  It's a look into the life of a best selling author with the dvd review of Magic Beyond Words : The J.K. Rowling Story (courtesy fo Alliance Films) in this authorized biography of the woman who created Harry Potter. I wrap things up with another trip back into the world of magical bricks with the video game review of LEGO : Harry Potter Years 5 - 7 (courtesy of www.gameaccess.ca).  Music for this episode features the songs Car Crash by Frictionless Man, Magic 8 Ball by Blue Valentine and These Words by Alycia Lang, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    it can be found at http://ramblingruss.libsyn.com

     

    Cheers,

    Russel

  • Ramble With Russel Podcast Updates   2 years 33 weeks ago

    More podcast updates for you

     

    Episode 278 - License to Drive-In

     

    For this episode it's teenage drivers, a kidnapping on wheels, battling hillbillies and some b-movie thrillers. First up I give a little rant on what I think of the latest holiday violence in the US that happened on Black Friday. We take a trip back to the 80's with my classic dvd review of License to Drive (courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment) starring Corey Haim and Corey Feldman in this action comedy classic of teenagers gone wild. Then it is back to present day with the blu-ray review of Carjacked (courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment) starring Maria Bello(Prime Suspect) and Stephen Dorff in this action thriller where a woman and her son are in the wrong place at the wrong time. It's a trip into the woods in the dvd comedy/horror review of Tucker & Dale VS Evil (courtesy of Alliance Films) starring Tyler Labine & Alan Tudyk(Firely & Dollhouse) as the body count rises all because of a simple misunderstanding. We wrap things up with the dvd review of the horror anthology film Chillerama (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) featuring a sexually charged tribute to the b-movies of yesterday (featuring titles such as Wadzilla, I was a Teenage Werebear and The Diary of Anne Frankerstein) as the last night for a drive-in becomes a real killer. Music for this episode features the songs I Live in My Car by Cahrles Potts Magic Windmill Band, Donuts Guns & Daycare by The Shim Shams and Space Zombies from the Black Lagoon by Dawglips, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged

     

    Then another edition of Extra - War on many Fronts

     

    On this week's edition of Extra we covers wars of many shapes and sizes. First up it's a trip back to a classic musical with the 3 -disc blu-ray/dvd revew of the 50th Anniversary of West Side Story (courtesy of Fox home video) as the classic Romeo & Juliet tale gets a 1961 New York spin. It's a trip back to August 2008 with the blu-ray of 5 Days of War (courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment) as a reprter fights to get the truth out there starring Rupert Friend, Richard Coyle and Val Kilmer. It's then time to take the definitive look at the Texas Rattlesnake with the dvd review of WWE's Stone Cold Steve Austin : The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time 4 disc set (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) filled with matches and some of his greatest moments from his ECW. WCW and WWE career. It's time to bulk up with the dvd review of Conan The Barbarian (2011) (courtesy of Alliance Films) starring Jason Momoa and Rose McGowan in this reboot of the popular film franchise. Music for this episode features the songs The War Against by The Swim Team, Wrong War by Bipolar Bear and Cold Winter Day by The GutterSluts, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    Both can be found at http://ramblingruss.libsyn.com

     

    Cheers,

    Russel

  • Ramble With Russel Podcast Updates   2 years 33 weeks ago

    More podcast updates for you all with an animal twist

     

    Episode 277 - City of Roman Bats

     

    It's a modern family woes, a battle for an ancient empire and kick butting superhero action on this episode of the show.  First up it's a glimpse of today with the blu-ray review of ABC's Emmy Award winning series Modern Family : The Complete Second Season (courtesy of Fox Home Video) as 3 familes try to just get along in this comedy/reality show.  Then it is back to ancient times with the blu-ray review of HBO's ROME Season 2 (Courtesy of Warner Home Video) as the fate of the empire rests on the shoulder of two soldiers and a young man.  It's a trip back to Gotham City with the videogame review of Batman : Arkham City for PS3 (courtesy of www.gameaccess.ca) where the Dark Knight must face off against some of his greatest enemies in a city gone wild.  Music for this episode features the songs Family Tree by Frank Royster and City of Sinn by Leif Willumsen, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    Then another edition of Extra - Animal Adventures

     

    On this edition of Extra it's a trip on the wild side with some animal adventures.  First up is a tale of star-crosssed romance under the big top of 1931 with the blu-ray review of Water For Elephants (courtesy of Fox Home Video) starring Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson (from Twilight movies).  Then it is a trip back to some classic animation with the dvd  rreview of Babar and Father Christmas (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as the king of Celestville brings in the holiday season.  It's a jump ahead in animation with the blu-ray review of the Diamond Edition of Disney's Lion King (courtesy of Walt Disney Home Video) as this 1994 release gets a fresh look and a boat load of extras.  We wrap things up with another trip back to the 80's in cinema with the dvd review of Project X (courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment) starring Matthew Broderick and Helen Hunt where following orders isn't the only way to become a hero.  Music for this episode features the songs New Show Come To Town by budz, Wondering Where The Lions Are by Jim Beggs and JUngle Man by bees deluxe, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    Both can be found at http://ramblingruss.libsyn.com

     

    Cheers,

    Russel

  • Ramble With Russel Podcast Updates   2 years 33 weeks ago

    It's been awhile so time for some more updates of my podcast for you all..

     

    Episode 276 - Vault of Spider-Man

     

    On this edition of the show its rowdy kids, angsting supernaturals, a dual bank robbery and more web slinging action.  First up it's another trip to a galaxy far far away with the blu-ray/dvd combo review of LEGO Star Wars : The Padawan Menace (courtesy of Fox Home Video) as younglings from the jedi temple run amok in the galaxy.  Then it's a trio of 20 something monsters just trying to get by with the dvd revidew of Being Human (US version) : The Complete First Season (courtesy of Alliance Films) as a ghost, werewolf and vampire long ot be normal in his adaptation of the hit BBC series.  It's a case of multiple bank robberies with the dvd review of Flypaper (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) starring Patrick Dempsey & Ashley Judd in this action, comedy and suspense film.  It's a journey across timelines with the video game review of Spider-man : Edge of Time for the PS3 (courtesy of www.gameaccess.ca)  as the Amazing Spider-man and Spider-Man 2099 batte to save their universes.  Music for this episode features the songs Human Nature by MUNK, Fly by Os Improvavies and Matter of Time by Shannon Hurley, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    Then another edition of Extra - The Haunting Cries of Halo

     

    It's video game action, a search for a lost city and the cries of the dead on this edition of extra.  First up I comment on the recent departure of Regis Philbin from tv and give you some news about a new source of releases for the podcast.  It's more fun and action from the Halo Universe with the dvd review of Red VS Blue Season 9 (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as we get more CGI animated adventures to enjoy.  We take a trip back to ancient Italy with the blu-ray review of Assasin's Creed : Linegae (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as this live action prequel gives some background on the successfull video game franchise.  It's then time for some martial arts madness in the deset with the dvd review of The Treasure Hunter (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) where a battle for ancient treasure rages on.  I wrap things up with the dvd review of Fading of the Cries (courtesy fo eOne Entertaintment) starring horror legend Brad Dourif in this supernatiral survival story.  Music for this episode features the songs Halo Effect by Sundown Caffeine, Halo by Tommy Mack and The Wind Cries Mary by Jim Beggs, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    Bothe can be found here http://ramblingruss.libsyn.com

     

    Cheers,

    Russel

  • Ramble With Russel Podcast Updates   2 years 33 weeks ago

    It's been awhile so time for some more updates of my podcast for you all..

     

    Episode 276 - Vault of Spider-Man

     

    On this edition of the show its rowdy kids, angsting supernaturals, a dual bank robbery and more web slinging action.  First up it's another trip to a galaxy far far away with the blu-ray/dvd combo review of LEGO Star Wars : The Padawan Menace (courtesy of Fox Home Video) as younglings from the jedi temple run amok in the galaxy.  Then it's a trio of 20 something monsters just trying to get by with the dvd revidew of Being Human (US version) : The Complete First Season (courtesy of Alliance Films) as a ghost, werewolf and vampire long ot be normal in his adaptation of the hit BBC series.  It's a case of multiple bank robberies with the dvd review of Flypaper (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) starring Patrick Dempsey & Ashley Judd in this action, comedy and suspense film.  It's a journey across timelines with the video game review of Spider-man : Edge of Time for the PS3 (courtesy of www.gameaccess.ca)  as the Amazing Spider-man and Spider-Man 2099 batte to save their universes.  Music for this episode features the songs Human Nature by MUNK, Fly by Os Improvavies and Matter of Time by Shannon Hurley, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    Then another edition of Extra - The Haunting Cries of Halo

     

    It's video game action, a search for a lost city and the cries of the dead on this edition of extra.  First up I comment on the recent departure of Regis Philbin from tv and give you some news about a new source of releases for the podcast.  It's more fun and action from the Halo Universe with the dvd review of Red VS Blue Season 9 (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as we get more CGI animated adventures to enjoy.  We take a trip back to ancient Italy with the blu-ray review of Assasin's Creed : Linegae (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as this live action prequel gives some background on the successfull video game franchise.  It's then time for some martial arts madness in the deset with the dvd review of The Treasure Hunter (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) where a battle for ancient treasure rages on.  I wrap things up with the dvd review of Fading of the Cries (courtesy fo eOne Entertaintment) starring horror legend Brad Dourif in this supernatiral survival story.  Music for this episode features the songs Halo Effect by Sundown Caffeine, Halo by Tommy Mack and The Wind Cries Mary by Jim Beggs, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

     

    Bothe can be found here http://ramblingruss.libsyn.com

     

    Cheers,

    Russel

  • The Cultdom Collective Podcast Updates   2 years 33 weeks ago
    The Cultdom Collective Podcast
     
    Commentary: Life on Mars – Episode 8 (S1 E8 UK)
     
    Ian gets the trunk of his car searched, Dave goes for a walk in the woods and Mike goes to a wedding before we meet up to talk over LOM Series 1 Episode 8 (Series 1 Finale - UK Version )
    Direct Link to mp3:-
     
    Subscribe on iTunes
     
     
    Cheers, Ian, Mike & daveac

     

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How do you rate Doctor Who: The Claws of Axos? (5=Fantastic)
5 TARDIS Groans
0%
4 TARDIS Groans
25%
3 TARDIS Groans
75%
2 TARDIS Groans
0%
1 TARDIS Groan
0%
0 TARDIS Groans
0%
Total votes: 4

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