Tag Archives: B-movies

Masters-of-the-Universe-Piece Theatre: “Help”

It’s time for another Masters-of-the-Universe-Piece Theatre photo story. The name “Masters-of-the-Universe-Piece Theatre” was coined by Kevin Beckett at the Whetstone Discord server. You can check out all of the Masters-of-the-Universe-Piece Theatre Photo Stories here. At Snake Mountain: “You called, Lord … Continue reading

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Masters-of-the-Universe-Piece Theatre: “Peeping Mantenna”

Unfortunately, the epic “various toys posing with the Hugo trophy in exciting scenes” post I’d planned had to be postponed, because my Hugo Award trophy arrived battered and in two pieces. And while I can put it on the shelf, … Continue reading

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First Monday Free Fiction: Lovers’ Lane

Welcome to the June edition of First Monday Free Fiction. To recap, inspired by Kristine Kathryn Rusch who posts a free short story every week on her blog, I’ll post a free story on every first Monday of the month. … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on the 2018 Oscars and their appreciation for SFF films

Yesterday was a day of decisions. Germany finally has a new (old) government after SPD members finally approved the coalition contract approximately half a year after the elections, the Swiss voted for keeping their TV license fee and Italy sadly … Continue reading

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Two New Science Fiction Releases: Lovers’ Lane and Double Feature

I have two new stories to announce today, two stories that are in many ways two sides of the same coin. Let’s have a bit of background: In November 2013, I published a short story called Acacia Crescent, in which … Continue reading

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Sharing the Joy of Bad Movies

Today, I finally got around to watching a movie with my eighth graders. I usually manage to squeeze in a movie in the last lesson before the holidays, but due to the testing schedule there was no time before the … Continue reading

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