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WRITTEN BOOK REVIEWS:
Mike O’Reilly (Guest): 2 Stars “…the short stories didn’t do a whole lot for me…”
(Click the links to read full written reviews on Goodreads.com)
Book: “The King In Yellow & Other Horror Stories” by Robert W. Chambers
“A treasured source for Lovecraft, Howard, and others, this collection endures as a work of remarkable power. Includes all the stories from The King in Yellow — “Yellow Sign,” “Repairer of Reputations,” “Demoiselle d’Ys,” and others — plus stories from other sources, including three early sci-fi fantasies from In Search of the Unknown. 12 total.” (from Amazon.com)
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“True Detective” by Cary Joji Fukunaga (Matthew McConaughey)
“Series Premiere. Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson) and Rustin Cohle (Matthew McConaughey), lead investigators in a macabre 1995 Louisiana murder, relive the case and their partnership in the wake of new info.” (from Amazon.com)
“Viable Paradise is a unique one-week residential workshop in writing and selling commercial science fiction and fantasy. The workshop is intimate, intense, and features extensive time spent with best-selling and award-winning authors and professional editors currently working in the field. VP concentrates on the art of writing fiction people want to read, and this concentration is reflected in post-workshop professional sales by our alumni.” (from Viable Paradise website)
Also in the episode guest contributor and indie filmmaker, Mike O’Reilly discussed finishing his movie “Blink of an Eye” and sending it off to some festivals for review. Check out his YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheMoreilly318.
On the Show Ryan mentioned an in depth interview with True Detective creator and writer Nic Pizzolatto. This interview was from the “2014 Banff World Media Festival” – check it out here on YouTube:
Spoiler Alert: No, the Necronomicon is not real. The infamous Book of the Dead is actually a fictional tome invented by H.P. Lovecraft: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Necronomicon. However, it’s also a source of wonderfully campy horror in the “Evil Dead” trilogy of movies by director, Sam Raimi.
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