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Audio Review: Judgement Day
Returning to Geek Life, Mike – or as he’s better known on these here Internets, Stirlock – is back with a new audio review! It might also be a podcast, but it probably isn’t. What it definitely is though, is an extravaganza.
'Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time' - Audio ReviewSpill.com
‘Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time’ - Audio Review
We have the thievius raccoonus himself, Sly Cooper.
Warm Bodies Audio Review
Jarrod and Conor snuggle up together for a review of Warm Bodies.
Nicholas Holt stars as R, a love-struck zombie, who falls for the Julie (played by Teresa Palmer). Together, the couple proves that love can conquer all and other such romantic nonsense.
The download link is available here
Dark Wings, Dark WordsAudio Dee
In this one I talk about Cheese time, shooting baseball cards out of crossbows and I for some reason call Arya, Sansa for the last leg of this.
The Cabin in the Woods
The Cabin in the Woods was a lot of fun! Its a genre mashup that doesn’t take its self seriously. I highly recommend the film.
UPDATE: The full audio review of the film is now up on monomaniacs.com
Take a listen and give us your feedback about what you thought of the movie and/or the podcast.
Game of thrones review 33113Audio Dee
In this one there is much talk of boats, ships and welcoming us all back to the world of Westros.
The Fragile Yellow Arc of Fragrance review.
This review is of The Fragile Yellow Arc of Fragrance (which is in the Big Finish Lost stories set, along with Farewell Great Macedon.) We will also review that story at a later date but as its four hours long, we need some time before we do so.
Fragile Yellow arc of Fragrance is a beautiful audio story about love. The Doctor, Ian, Barbara and Susan are about to leave a utopian paradise having spent time making friends. Barbara has a dilemma to face which she would never have imagined. This is Barbara’s finest story for her character.
“Logically I should hate to go back to my world and yet I love the Earth, I love its beauty and its ugliness, its golden heart and its insanity. Away from it I find that I love and miss everything about it. I mean you should see England, bright and shining one day, musty, damp and foreboding the next. I can’t help it Rhythm, my world is an inferior one to yours…and yet I still yearn for it, so I must go back.”