I have an article over on Fanbase Press today talking about Stephen King’s depiction of technology in The Dark Tower series.  Cyborgs, killer trains, and weapons of mass destruction…oh, my!

Also…just a little over 24 hours before I get to go see the movie!

“To commemorate the cinematic premiere of The Dark Tower in theaters today, Fanbase Press is excited to celebrate its fandom through an editorial series that focuses on aspects of Stephen King’s series of books, collectively known as The Dark Tower series.”



In this Fanbase Feature, the Fanbase Press staff and contributors participate in a thorough discussion regarding the recently released Doctor Strange, focusing on topics including the themes and values inherent to the film, Marvel’s approach to diversity, how the filmmakers transition the MCU to include magic, and more!

Cast members: Bryant Dillon, Barbra Dillon, Claire Thorne, Drew Siragusa, Phillip Kelly, Chris Spicer, and Michele Brittany

What I’m Listening To – Tread Perilously (Podcast)

I listen to a handful of podcasts via iTunes and Overcast every week.  Of course, I’ve discussed “My Dad Wrote a Porno” before in this blog.  My fondness for MDWAP is due primarily to the Everest levels of insane hilarity it causes (seriously, I’ve nearly injured myself laughing will listening to MDWAP).  Most of the other podcasts I listen to are Geek / Pop Culture oriented, which should come as no surprise.

Tread Perilously marries up the hilarity with the geekness with the pop culture and throws in a hefty measure of intelligent critical thinking for good measure.  And it’s a brand new addition to the Fanbase Press podcast network, home of Fanbase Weekly, which I co-host along with Bryant and Barbra Dillon, and Drew Siragusa.

Tread Perilously is a weekly “worst of TV” podcast.

Watching the worst episodes of popular shows, hosts Erik Amaya and Justin Robinson attempt to determine if they would continue to watch the series based on its most off-key moments. TV shows regularly tread upon include Doctor Who, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and 7th Heaven.

From family dramas to well-loved but brief sci-fi series, Tread Perilously examines how a show sustains itself even in its worst moments.