SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: We Talk The Last of US, Star Trek: Picard, Quantum Leap & More

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It’s time for another episode of SFP-Now TV Reviews. This time Ian and I are joined by special guest, Jeff Burns. We discuss the newest episodes of The Last of Us, Star Trek: Picard, Quantum Leap, and more!

SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: Star Trek & Doctor Who Get Discussed & Ian Goes Ape SciFiPulse Radio

Welcome to another episode of the SFP-NOW and a change of Format as they guys look at putting out two shows every couple of weeks instead of one every month.  For this episode, Ian and Marx discuss Doctor Who and Star Trek: Discovery and we talk briefly about the renewal of a certain Netflix series.  We start with our thoughts about the opening two episodes of the newly rebooted Doctor Who. Marx and I agree that the silliness of ‘Space Babies’ was fun, but we felt that ‘The Devil's Chord’ was the strongest of the two episodes.  When it comes to Star Trek: Discovery we both agree that this series has probably been the strongest and it is in part thanks to the writers lending from a previous Star Trek story. However, we both still feel that the single story over one season model is perhaps not the right model for Star Trek.  Finally, Ian shares his thoughts and goes Ape about ‘Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes’ and somehow manages to do so without giving out to many spoilers. 
  1. SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: Star Trek & Doctor Who Get Discussed & Ian Goes Ape
  2. SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: The Gang Discuss Star Trek: Discovery & New Amazon Series Fallout
  3. SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: The Gang Discuss The Last Airbender & Express Bitter Disappointment Over The New Season of Halo
  4. SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: Doctor Who Specials & Best TV & Films of 2023
  5. SFP-NOW TV REVIEWS SHOW: FEATURING Monarch: Legacy of Monsters & More

SFP-Now TV Reviews: Wolfpack, Lockwood & Co., Last of Us

I’m co-hosting another podcast! Every other week Ian and I review TV shows. More details on this episode below.

Welcome to SFP-NOW and our new TV reviews show that we’ll be looking to roll out every two weeks. For this series, Ian Cullen is joined by Marx Pyle of GenreTainment to discuss episodes of various genre television shows. We hope to bring in a third host to occasionally try and spice things up. But for now it will just be myself and Marx.

This First episode takes a look at episode three of The Last Of Us, which seemed to stir up mixed reviews from fans of the game versus those fans that have just tuned in for the series. Get our views on the Bob and Frank storyline.

Also, we have a look at the new Netflix Series Lockwood & Co, which is somewhat of a surprise package with its story of an alternate future in which ghosts are a very common occurrence, but can only be hunted down by teenagers.

Staying on the theme of supernatural series we also take a look at the new Paramount Plus series Wolf Pack, which is somewhat of a comeback for Buffy’s Sarah Michelle Geller who interestingly doesn’t have a huge role in the show’s pilot episode. But we’re pretty sure that her role will expand as the story grows.

Moving on from horror. We jump to some time travel for some fast and dirty comments on the new Quantum Leap series and the episode titled Leap. Die. Repeat. which kind of played out a little like Groundhog Day.

And Finally, Marx talks about his recent experience of being a panelist on a massive Buffy The Vampire Slayer Rewatch and talks a little about what he considers to be the best episodes of the show’s fourth season.

GenreTainment #110 – Writer Garrett Robinson

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This is episode #110 of GenreTainment and and we are chatting with indie author, YouTuber and filmmaker Garrett Robinson.

After publishing his first work in December of 2012, Robinson has published 9 science fiction & fantasy books (Nightblade, Midrealm, Touch, etc) with many more in development. We discuss how he got started with filmmaking which evolved into writing books. We also learn how he approaches writing and he shares a number of tips for other indie creators.

We learn about his new Legendary line of books he is writing with Sterling & Stone and much more. Oh, and we go on a slight but hopefully interesting tangent about Marvel’s Netflix series Jessica Jonesand the lack of females roles in fantasy.

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.

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