We usually don’t put out a personal plea up here on the ESO Website, but friend of our show Rich Morris is going through some troubles with someone who is illegally using one his drawing of the 11th Doctor. The scum bag is using the image on a T-shirt and making a profit on it, and not even giving Rich any credit for it. Rich has tried to be civil and handle this issue like gentlemen but to no avail.
PLEASE IF YOU COME ACROSS THIS SHIRT ON EBAY OR ANY CONVENTION OR SHOP DO NOT PURCHASE, RICH IS NOT SEEING ANY $$$ FROM THIS, AND YOU WOULD SUPPORTING A SCUM BAG. THANKS! – Mike
Over the years there have been some really scary movie & TV monsters, these 16 creatures are not any of them. Blastr came up with a list of 16 monsters that are almost laughable to think any one would ever be scared by them. Enjoy. See the list here
On this weeks show we will be reviewing the Doctor Who story “The Talons of Weng-Chiang featuring the 4th Doctor and Lela, then to help celebrate the season we will be gathering up our friends Bobby and Kat and have a roundtable discussion to talk about Movies that really scared us.
Join us for another fun filled podcast that we like to call Episode 31 – Hey, Do You Want To See Something Really Scary?!?
Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:01:59 ESO Rants and Raves – The Walking Dead Coming To TV/ Sherlock / Bobby goes to Xcon in Myrtle Beach
0:21:17 Doctor Who: The Talons of Weng-Chiang
0:42:26 Movies That Really Scared Us
1:48:56 Show Close
Who doesn’t have fond memories of The Incredible Hulk TV series starring Bill Bixby as David Bruce Banner and Lou Ferrigno as his angry green alter ego? We bet everyone does, and it seems that The Avengers’ Mark Ruffalo also feels that way, as he and geek icon director Joss Whedon are looking to Bixby’s take on the character for inspiration!
You’ve heard of Comic-Con, right? Huge event, happens in San Diego every July, sells out earlier and earlier each year? Well, if you’d like to get in on the fun, get ready to act now. Er, well, soon — like this coming Monday.
Yes, we all know King is the Sultan of Scare, and that books like The Shining, Salem’s Lot, and It will make you quake in your fuzzy slippers. But Blastr has a list of 13 books that’ll start the shivers while spreading the wealth.
Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan … best Star Trek movie of all time, right? And we have Harve Bennett, the producer who reinvigorated the franchise after the failure that was Star Trek: The Motion Picture, to thank for that. But it turns out that Bennett and Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry actively disliked each other.
It’s only days now until we finally get to revel in the gore and terror of Robert Kirkman’s zombie apocalypse come to life in AMC’s adaptation of The Walking Dead. So far critics say it lives up to the hype—and the cast of the series are here to back them up, asserting that their show is going to pay off big-time, not only in honoring the shocks of the comic book but in satisfying horror fans, too.
It has been officially announced that the third Christopher Nolan Batman film will be titled, The Dark Knight Rises. The director also revealed that the main villain will NOT be The Riddler. That just narrows down the list to 549 potential characters from the Batman rogues gallery! Like the second film, Nolan will film some sequences in IMAX, but no 3D. The film is still scheduled to be released in July, 2012.
We all knew it was gonna end sometime. Proving once again that there’s no future in prequels, SyFy has officially cancelled Caprica. The “final five” episodes will conclude the series (but if you want to see the ultimate ending of Caprica, just put in the Battlestar Galactica mini-series and you’ll find out within the first hour or so). Not a good month for Eric Stoltz…