An Interview with Wil Magness… Creator of the post-apocalyptic indie film, The Manual.

The Manual - a film by Wil Magness   I was recently contacted by filmmaker Wil Magness, asking me to check out his post-apocalyptic film project, The Manual.  After watching it (and getting a pretty bad case of "leaky eyes" more than once), I just had to talk to him about it.  Here is that …

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An Interview with Nathan Riddle, Director of Acid Reign and Enter the Fringe…

I recently had a chance to sit down and talk with Nathan Riddle, director of the Acid Reign Series and the short film, Enter the Fringe.  For those not familiar with these film projects, sit tight... it's gonna be a bumpy ride. Just about three years ago, I stumbled upon an indiefilm project called Acid Reign.  …

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Attack of the Killer B’s… catching up with the creator, 25 years later.

In a previous blog post, I spoke of a public access television show I used to watch called Attack of the Killer B's. Back in 1992, my Friday night ritual was to run to the gas station just off base and grab a pint of Ben & Jerry's New York Super Fudge Chunk and a …

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Post-Apocalyptic audio goodness for your earholes…. an interview with Ryan Law of Ash Tales.

I first discovered Ash Tales a few months ago on Twitter (or maybe it was longer than that... time in the Wastes can be subjective).  In any case, this quickly became one of my favorite accounts to follow.  I happen to love audiobooks and post-apocalyptic fiction (um, duh!) and this was the best of both worlds! …

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My favorite End o’the World Books of 2016…

I know it's 2017, but it's barely 2017 and seeing as how I'd (hopefully) be late for my own funeral, I figured it wasn't too late to talk about my favorite end-of-the-world stories from 2016. I don't keep track of how many books I read in a year... I should probably start doing that. I've …

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