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A dragon discusses various types of media and offers his recommendations. You can find review for books, movies, shows, and video games. Common topics include recent releases, old favorites, fantasy, sci-fi, and lots of dragons. There are two new episodes released each week on Tuesday and Friday. I am currently streaming on Twitch every Saturday at 10pm. https://www.twitch.tv/thedragonslibrary
 
Stories told through found audio from an alternate universe. Season four, "The Cradle" is a story about a mother and daughter as they attempt to lead a family-centric commune surviving on the fringes of society. Narrated by Mona Grenne. Written by Jeffrey Cranor and Janina Matthewson. Original music by Mary Epworth.
 
Something sinister is happening in the Nevada desert. Is the government losing control of an experiment, or are conspiracy theorists creating hysteria? And what happened to Luke!? Listen to DJ Nick Charles as the story unfolds to the night owls of Springwell, NV. Season 2 Coming Soon! Season 1 14 Episodes Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/transmissionunknown/support
 
Once upon a time, Kyle West hid his love for sci-fi and superheroes, but not now! He has embraced his inner nerd, and is here to sprinkle a dose of positivity over multiple geek fandoms, as he seeks to silence internet haters. Subscribe to his YouTube channel here: http://bit.ly/ns86ytpod Facebook: http://bit.ly/ns86fbpod Twitter: http://bit.ly/ns86twitterpod Instagram: http://bit.ly/ns86instapod Become a Patreon subscriber, giving you access to lots of exclusive Nerd Since '86 content, here ...
 
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Our first guest is Alex Shvartsman here to talk about his first book in “The Conradverse”, The Middling Affliction. This book is a kind of interweaving urban fantasy which is based in New York City and emcompasses mythos, monsters, various religions, the druids and a dash of paranormal organized crime. It’s a great thriller and we get a chance to t…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Moon Knight, the latest Marvel show to premier on Disney+. We follow Stephen Grant, a museum worker in London, as he finds his life disrupted by an alternate personality and realizes he is bound to serve Khonshu, Egyptian god of the moon, as a warrio…
 
Michaela sheds common decency and takes a bite of The Apple (1980), a sci-fi disco glam rock musical directed by maverick Cannon Films co-founder Menahem Golan. In the future, a satanic music producer rules the world and attempts to lure and corrupt a young singing duo into his decadent world of sin. Listen as we dip ourselves in glitter, rigorousl…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Everything Everywhere All at Once, a new Sci-Fi, action comedy movie. Evelyn is a Chinese-American woman who runs a laundry mat with her husband. As her life turns upside down with an IRS audit, difficulties with her father and daughter, and a failin…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Book of Night, an urban fantasy/mystery book by Holly Black. The story is set in a world that has recently discovered the existence of Gloamists, mages that can manipulate shadows. Charlie Hall was once The Charleton a thief who stole grimoires from …
 
In tonight’s ‘Cast, we get a surprise guest and get to spend the time with Mickey Mikkelson, Owner and Operator of Creative Edge Publicity, a company that Sci Fi Saturday Night has forged at strategic alliance with over the past four years. We met Mickey when one of our friends/favorite authors mentioned us to him, he listened to us and the rest is…
 
A thousand years has ended, so Holly must bear witness to the End of Days (1999), a movie that smashes together a grim religious horror movie with a gigantic Arnold Schwarzenegger action film, pitting Arnie and all his weaponry against The Devil, who comes to New York in search of a wife. Listen as we wonder about the monthly meeting habits of Sata…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, the 28th MCU movie from Marvel/Disney. Doctor Strange, still recovering from his recent actions, tries to protect American Chavaz from Wanda Maximov, now the Scarlet Witch, as they are thrown across the m…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Cracow Monsters, a new Polish supernatural mystery based on Slavic folklore. Alex, a Polish student haunted by her mother's suicide, joins a study group, made up of students with supernatural powers. As greater deities and monsters descend on Cracow,…
 
In this ‘Cast we get to talk with David M. Kelly about a spin off from a series of his Joe Ballen books. The first book in the Logan’s World series (see above) continues on worldbuilding in a near future. The beauty of this is Kelly’s meticulous attention to detail without going into technological detail allowing the story to flow and characters to…
 
Sean wants to play your screams as a symphony with Virtuosity (1995), a futuristic thriller that pits former cop Denzel Washington against a psychopathic A.I. given corporeal form (Russell Crowe), who contains the "genetic profiles" of 183 serial killers. Listen as we discuss "nano-death," personality cubes, glowing tube science, and drive semis th…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of The Bad Guys a new animated movie by Dreamworks Studio. In a world of humans and animals, a gang of thieves, consisting of The Big Bad Wolf, Mr. Snake, Ms. Tarantula, Mr. Piranha, and Mr. Shark, run rampant. After a job gone wrong, the gang must pret…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my book review of Obsidian, by Sarah Daley. Shade Nox is a fiend, a rogue, and a wanted murderer, though her only true crime is that she chooses to dress like a man. Join her on her quest to raise a veil in the corrupted wastes of her homeland, stymied at every t…
 
In this ‘Cast we talk with Richard H. Stephens about his Soul Forge Universe series of books spannings, at this point at least four different series of books, to talk about book one in his latest series Keeper of The Jewel, book one in the Highcliff Guardian Series. According to Richard, this is a series that he never intended to write and it was a…
 
Colin experiences ocular trauma at the Opera (1987), conducted by Italian maestro Dario Argento. An ingenue is suddenly thrust into the lead role in a production of MacBeth and finds herself the unwilling audience for a serial killer who tapes needles to her eyes and forces her to witness murder. Listen as we experience cursed plays, retail flashba…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Attack on Titan Season 1 & 2, an anime series about giant monsters...Yes I know its more than that. You can follow and contact me at the links below. Twitter: @Dragon_Library2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDragonLibrary/ Podpage Website: http…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of The Lost City, a new adventure-comedy released in 2022. The author, Loretta Sage, and her cover model Alan, find Loretta's romance novels turning real, as they race again time to find the lost city and the crown of fire. You can follow and contact me…
 
So, what do we know about Pat Daily? He is an enigma on social media, so hiswebsite mirrors his facebook which mirrors his twitter account and all of which has very minimal background information about him. Here’s what we do know. He is incredibly well read with the Grandmasters of Science Fiction and has liberally “easter egged” them in his first …
 
Michaela plunges sight-unseen into the addictive virtual reality terrors of Hellraiser: Hellworld (2005), which finds genre vet Lance Henriksen luring a group of teens, including a young Man of Steel, Henry Cavill, to a party based on their favorite video game: Hellraiser. Is that meta enough for you? Listen as we express shock and dismay at the la…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, the sequel to the 2020 adaption of Sonic the Hedgehog video games. Robotnik shows back up with Knuckles, both of which are after the master emerald. Check it out in theatres if you are a fan of Sonic or have a kid to entertain. …
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of The White Vault, Seasons 3 through 5, a found footage, horror podcast. "In the winter months, gale storms in Svalbard can reach wind speeds of a hundred and thirty kilometers per hour. Accompanied by, or following, snowfall, such storms can reduce vi…
 
There is a joy in speaking with people who create something that works. Creating a magazine is tough enough in this day and age and watching it morph into what has become Dreamforge Anvil has been wonderful indeed. In this episode, we again get to spend time with Jane and Scot Noel, the founders and driving force behind the birth and growth of this…
 
Holly takes a peek inside the phantasmagoric fantasy landscape of a serial killer's mind in The Cell (2000), which finds psychologist Jennifer Lopez tunneling into the dreamworld of comatose psycho Vincent D'Onofrio to find his latest victim before it's too late. Listen as we discover strange body modification rituals, discover 'dead' bodies in the…
 
One story, three times: Meet Cyril Kornbluth and his amazing Little Black Bag from the future – one of the best short stories in the history of science fiction, and a story that merited being told three times across three decades. (47:36) Your browser does not support the audio element. Right-click here and “save as” to download the podcast to your…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Ghostwire: Tokyo, the new action-adventure game by Tango Software. Summary: You wake up from an accident, only to watch as every person in Tokyo vanishes. With only a ghost in your head and new unexplained powers, you must battle the otherworldly for…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of The Cartographers, by Peng Shepard. Nell Young is a promising cartographer, working under her father, Dr. Daniel Young, until an argument between them leads to the end of her career. Seven years later, her father dies mysteriously in his office and N…
 
Sean learns "If you can't find a friend, make one" with May (2002), about an awkward young woman and her pursuit of love. Except, after a series of painful rejections, she becomes more in love with a person's body parts than the whole. Listen as we detail cringe-worthy human dating rituals, doll dismemberment, and find the proper way to unwrap a gi…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Morbius, a Sony Spiderman Spin-off. Do not go see this in theatres. You can follow and contact me at the links below. Twitter: @Dragon_Library2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDragonLibrary/ Podpage Website: https://www.podpage.com/the-dragons-…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Lucifer, a Netflix urban fantasy series that ended in September of 2021. What's the plot? The devil solves crimes...until the overarching narrative puts me to sleep. You can follow and contact me at the links below. Twitter: @Dragon_Library2 Facebook…
 
In this episode we get to talk with Zachary Hagen about book one of 5 in the Eternal Chronicles Series, Eternity’s Well. This first book in the series is , for him, a work which in many ways parallels many emotional moments in his life and took years to complete. As a result, he spoke about the interminable re-writes he needed to make to clarify co…
 
Colin gets to know life by becoming a gallblader enthusiast in Flesh for Frankenstein (aka Andy Warhol's Frankenstein, 1973), which finds a fascist Dr. Frankenstein seeking to create a superior race of humanoids but things go wrong when he chooses the wrong subject for his experiments. Listen as we get gross with weird sex and splattery gore as bod…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Jujutsu Kaisen 0, a movie prequel to the anime series Jujutsu Kaisen. Check in out in theatres while you have the chance. You can follow and contact me at the links below. Twitter: @Dragon_Library2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDragonLibrary/…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of The Kaiju Preservation Society, a new Sci-Fi Comedy by John Scalzi. When Covid-19 sweeps through New York, Jamie Gray is laid off and stuck delivering food to make ends meet. After a run in with Tom, an old college acquaintance, Jamie is offered a gr…
 
Michaela hunts down a future version of herself with Looper (2012), a lo-fi sci-fi epic that stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Bruce Willis and Bruce Willis as himself. When he fails to assassinate himself, JGL is a man-on-the run, trying to track down his future variant, whose on a mission to stop a future personal apocalypse. Listen as we get all tim…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Elden Ring, the new action RPG by From Software. The Elden Ring has been shattered and mad Demigods reign, with Queen Marika the Goddess nowhere to be found. Now Grace guides a Tarnished of no renowned back to The Lands Between. Can you become the ne…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Turning Red, the new Pixar movie that has come out for Disney+. A young girl, Meilin Lee, wakes up to discover she can transform into a giant red panda do to a family curse. You can find a link to the movie below. Turning Red (Netflix) You can follow…
 
Edward Willett In this “Cast we talk again with Edward Willett and touch upon a number of subjects. Among them were his anthologies, Shaper of Worlds, where they came from, his podcast his publishing company and how in the heck he does it all while continuing to write. It is kind of amazing how much Ed does while also maintaining a YouTube channel …
 
Holly encounters a trophy hunter from another planet in Without Warning (1980), a pre-Predator sci-fi/horror yarn about a small town visited by a murderous, bulb-headed, frisbee-throwing alien monster. Jack Palance is a gas station attendant and Martin Landau a crazy Vietnam vet who each find themselves pitted against the creature. Listen as we tak…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Disenchantment, Netflix's animated fantasy comedy made by the creator of Futurama. You can find a link to the show below. Disenchantment (Netflix) You can follow and contact me at the links below. Twitter: @Dragon_Library2 Facebook: https://www.faceb…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Demon's Souls, a remake of the 2008 action RPG for PS5. A deep fog has descended on the kingdom of Boletaria and Demons threaten humanity with extinction, but a lone warrior has braved the baneful fog. Has the land found its savior or have the Demons…
 
Mark Leslie In this episode, author Mark Leslie returns and talks about his latest book in the Canadian Werewolf series Fright Nights, Big City, reintroducing us to Michael Andrews and his cast of intriguing characters in the continuing story of fighting the good fight and finding themselves along the way. Mark has created a fascinating subculture …
 
For cult movie aficionados who think they've seen it all, Sean says there's always New York Ninja (2021), a movie filmed in 1984 but never finished until it was reconstructed in 2021. After his wife is killed, a martial arts master becomes a ninja superhero to clean up the mean streets of NYC, but finds an arch-nemesis in the human trafficking and …
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Cuphead, Netflix's adaptation of the 2017 action platformer with the same name. You can find a link to the episodes below. Cuphead (Netflix) You can follow and contact me at the links below. Twitter: @Dragon_Library2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.co…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of The Cursed, a 2022 horror movie. You can follow and contact me at the links below. Twitter: @Dragon_Library2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDragonLibrary/ Podpage Website: https://www.podpage.com/the-dragons-library/ YouTube Channel: https://w…
 
In tonight’s ‘Cast we take a moment to check in with one of our friends, Ceara Comeau and ask the musical question, “Sup?” (which is not in fact a musical question at all). We talked about what it’s been like for her during ands coming out of the pandemic and her time coming back to the convention scene. We also got to talk about her latest partner…
 
Colin books passage alongside genre heavyweights to fight a thawed-out, fossilized ape-man run amok aboard the Horror Express (1972). This non-Hammer Films team up of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing careens from mystery, to horror, to sci-fi before throwing Tele Savalas, as a ruthless Russian officer, into the mix. Listen as experience panic on t…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of Horizon Forbidden West, a 2022 open world action game by Guerrilla Games. Follow Alloy, as she tries to restore the terraforming AI, Gaia, and restore the world. Also fight robot dinosaurs. You can find it at the link below. Horizon Forbidden West (A…
 
Join me in The Dragon's Library for review of shows, movies, games, and books. This is my review of The Servant Mage, a fantasy novella by Kate Elliott. Fellian is a servant mage whose magic creates light and becomes entangled in a larger conflict. You can find the book at the links below. The Servant Mage (Barnes & Noble) The Servant Mage (Amazon)…
 
Mandy Eve-Barnett In this episode, we get a rare glimpse into the mind of a very diverse writer Mandy Eve-Barnett. We got the chance to talk with her about to of her very interesting novellas The Rython Kingdom and the Rython Legacy. Both stories take place in a wonderful reality of myth and magic and we got the chance to explore with Mandy where t…
 
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