GenreTainment & SFP-NOW Special – Best TV, Films, and Books of 2022

It was another exceptional year for television and movies, which gave us much to chat about. GenreTainment and SFP-NOW once again decided to cross the streams and discuss their favorite TV and Movies of 2022 for our yearly special.

GenreTainment & SFP-NOW Special – Best TV, Films, and Books of 2022 GenreTainment

  1. GenreTainment & SFP-NOW Special – Best TV, Films, and Books of 2022
  2. GenreTainment & SFP-NOW Special – Best TV and Films of 2021
  3. G139 – Director Dan Attias
  4. G138 – Authors Heidi Ruby Miller and Jason Jack Miller
  5. G137 – Game Designing and Comic Book Writing with Crystal Frasier

Hosts Marx Pyle and Ian Cullen are joined by Jeff Burns of Super Geeked Up and fantasy author Katharine Dow (The Brooklyn Dragon Racing Club) to discuss many of the best television shows, movies, and books that we were all watching.

This year gave us Prey, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Wakanda Forever, The Batman, Black Adam, and more.

Regarding television, 2022 brought us a ton of superhero content with Peacemaker, The Boys, Superman and Lois, and Werewolf by Night. Besides superhero fun, there was soooo many excellent shows: Wednesday, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, Andor, Reacher, Stranger Things, and so much more.

All of these and more get discussed, so tune in and drop us a comment with what your best picks of the year were.

GenreTainment is where Marx & Julie talk about what is happening in the world of film, TV and web series. We give you interviews with writers, directors, producers and actors in both independent and not-so-independent creations.



It’s dragon week!!!

Today our anthology, “Dragons of a Different Tail: 17 Unusual Dragon Tales,” was released in ebook format. Click this link to find it at your favorite online store –

In the next couple of weeks, the paperback version will also be available. So watch for that to pop up on Amazon or Barnes & Noble if print is more your jam.

I am very proud of the great stories in this anthology and want to thank all of the authors for taking a chance on my slightly unusual project.

“Eighteen award-winning, veteran, and emerging authors bring you seventeen unique dragon tales that defy tradition. Winged serpents as large as continents, as well as those tiny enough to perch on the fingertip of a young girl. Dragons who inhabit the Wild West, Victorian London, Brooklyn, and a post-apocalyptic Earth. Scaly beasts who fight in the boxing ring, celebrate Christmas, and conquer the vast void of outer space. There are rockstars who meddle with dragon magic, clever and conniving shapeshifters, and powerfully exotic hybrids. Science fiction, urban fantasy, mystery, western, epic fantasy, YA fantasy…no matter the setting or the genre—here be dragons!”