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Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00
The entertainment world lost two icons of pop culture over the course of a single weekend. The first casualty is Mr. Martin Landau. Many know Martin Landau from (of course) his star turn as the character of "Rollin Hand" on the hit TV series: "Mission: Impossible", or perhaps they remember him as "Commander John Koenig" on the TV series: "Space: 1999". Both were great roles and Landau played them to perfection. But Landau did much more than just those two roles in his acting career. He started his working life as a staff cartoonist and illustrator for the New York Daily News at the young age of only 17 years old! Landau was there for seven years. During which, he served as illustrator on Billy Rose's "Pitching Horseshoes" column, as well as doing work for Gus Edson on his famous comic strip  "The Gumps". But Landau really wanted to be an actor. Read more...
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Wednesday, 28 September 2016 16:15
So, in case you missed Agents last week, well, it was probably the coolest season premiere for the show yet! We got introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Ghost Rider (Robbie Reyes), Daisy Johnson has distanced herself from S.H.I.E.L.D. to hunt down the remaining Watchdogs, May possibly got possessed by some apparition, and there is now a mysterious new director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Read more...
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Sunday, 03 January 2016 16:32
This is my last column of the year. As such, I have decided to take a look back, and give one final goodbye to the people that we lost in the preceding twelve months . These are people that entertained us, made us laugh, cry, and made us feel as if we knew them. Some of these people I have written tributes for, and some I did not (time is a huge factor in writing a weekly column). Read more...
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Friday, 16 May 2014 13:28
busterThis week you don’t have to be Buster Poindexter to be hot, hot, hot. No, not this week you don’t. You simply need to do three things; don’t be Shia LaBeouf, don’t be Idaho’s governor and be the man who claims to have a Master’s degree in raising Hell.   debateIf you missed the recent political debate that was held in Idaho you missed a good one. Well, as good as a political debate could go. First off, who votes in a governor that goes by the name Butch Otter? The current governor had to debate three other contenders, one of which claims to have a Master’s degree in raising Hell. He also claims to have killed a wolf. Another candidate was bragging about doing time for home schooling. What exactly is going on in Idaho? We love your potatoes but not sure about your politics.   Read more...
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Tuesday, 16 October 2012 17:00
ROBotiX | As Universal Studios celebrates its 100th year, how could I not raise a salute to one of the greatest monster houses of the last century? *firing up the generators*…Universal Studios brought these classic creations to the forefront of imagination*tachyons accelerating*… the world over with iconic performances from Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi and Lon Chaney Jr. *configuring*… From Dracula to The Mummy, in my opinion these are the most thrilling, captivating and everlasting representations of the legends to grace the silver screen. *broadcasting in 3..2..1..* But what of these undead nightmares in the comic book medium? BEGIN TRANSMISSION....... Read more...
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