Thursday, February 25, 2021

Journey #162 - Chain Reaction by Sam McDonald (3rd Place Journey Into Journey Writing Contest Winner)

Nicholas Griffalco has a spiritual experience during a roller coaster riding competition.

 
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Cast of characters:
Norm Sherman (of The Drabblecast) as Nicholas Griffalco, and Rocco
Dave Robison as the Roller Coaster God
Bria Burton as Stacey
Tena Kolakowski as Gwen
Big Anklevich (of The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine) as AJ
Marshal Latham as Arthur, and Otis


Music used in this episode:

Feelin Good by Kevin MacLeod


Organic Meditations One by Kevin MacLeod




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Saturday, February 13, 2021

Outfield Excursion #12 - Marnie (1964)

In what Alfred Hitchcock calls a sex mystery, Mark Rutland (Sean Connery) chases after Marnie (Tippi Hedron) even though he knows she is a thief, and has deep issues regarding men and the color red.






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Sunday, February 7, 2021

Delusion #77: The Future of Star Wars, part 1

Rish, Marshal, and Big Anklevich talk about all of the announced movies and shows announced for a galaxy far, far away.  Part 1 of 2


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Saturday, January 30, 2021

Journey #161 - The Oblong Box by Edgar Allan Poe (as presented by NBC Short Story)

Cornelius Wyatt is on a voyage from Charleston to New York with his young beautiful wife, and a large wooden box.  A friend on the boat witnesses strange mysteries surrounding Wyatt, and the box.




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NBC Presents: Short Story was a half-hour program offering dramatizations of contemporary American short stories by famed writers such as William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Shirley Jackson.  It ran at various times from 1951 to 1952.

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Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Journey #160 - A Predicament by Edgar Allan Poe (as presented by Poe Theater on the Air)

While Signora Psyche Zenobia is strolling through the streets of Edina with her poodle, Diana, and her servant, she is drawn to a large cathedral.  Seeking a better view of the city, she finds herself in a predicament.




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Poe Theatre on the Air is a production of the National Edgar Allan Poe Theatre. Each episode is an adaption of a different Edgar Allan Poe short story. While by-and-large faithful to the source material, the writers make sure to put their own spin on the stories. This largely relates to the framing device. The framing device is that you, the listener, are a guest at the asylum of Dr. Maillard. He has developed a radical new treatment to cure the mentally crippled, and he considers all of the inmates his children who have lost their way. Each of the inmates are the protagonist of a different Edgar Allen Poe short story, and they will be sharing their tales with us. -- Sam McDonald of  The Audiophile blog

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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Delusion #76: Mandalorian - "The Rescue" (Ch. 16)

Marshal and Rish finally discuss the finale episode of Mandalorian, Season 2, titled "The Rescue", the season as a whole, a bit about future Star Wars series and much more.





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Monday, December 28, 2020

Delusion #75: Mandalorian - "The Believer" (Ch. 15) / Jeremy Bulloch

Marshal and Rish slow down a bit and just cover the penultimate episode of The Mandalorian, season 2, "The Believer."  We also talk about the quintessential embodiment of Boba Fett, Jeremy Bulloch, and respond to Bria Burton's voicemails.


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