Monthly Archives: July 2016

Kolchak The Night Stalker Part 2

Kolchak

Mark and Sam watch more Kolchak, episodes 9-14 of season 1, which are named

  • The Spanish Moss Murders
  • The Energy Eater
  • Horror In the Heights
  • Mr R.I.N.G.
  • Primal Scream
  • The Trevi Collection

Links to all Kolhcak episodes: Kolchak

Links to all previous Telly episodes: Telly

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The Jungle Book (1967) – Episode 402

The Jungle Book (1967)

Mark and Sam go for the bare necessities in Disney’s first try at The Jungle Book (1967)

and Mark has a new book out in the Amazon Kindle store, a fantasy-adventure for kids of all ages, click on the link: The Boy Who Got Lost In Dreams

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The X-Files X-Philes Season 01 Episodes 21-24

X Files

In the 6th episode in this series, which chronologically details and discusses every X-Files episode, Mark and Becky finish up season 1, and revisit Eugene Tooms, encounter reincarnation and revenge, a frozen head with psychic powers, and Mulder and Scully get deeper than they ever have before. Oh, and the X-Files are closed down.

  • S1E21. Tooms
  • S1E22. Born Again
  • S1E23. Roland
  • S1E24. The Erlenmeyer Flask

Mark and Becky also go over the good, bad and odd of Season 1

Link to all X-Files Episodes: X-Files

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Newsletter 2: The Boy Who Got Lost In Dreams

The Boy Who Got Lost In Dreams is now available at all Kindle stores, free from 17th July-21st July, just download and you can keep it forever, free!

It’s an exciting adventure story for all ages, with cliffhangers in each chapter and action on every page.

The Boy Who Got Lost In Dreams

The story: Tom Apple falls into a Dream Machine and finds himself in The Realm, a place where dreams have become real. The boy is chased by monsters and helped by a fire beast, two birds, a golem, and a band of warriors, and must find a way home as the memories of his real life start to fade. He must escape a sea monster, a dragon and other monsters as he is pursued by a powerful enemy, The Dark Lord. He finds himself in a mighty battle between the light and dark sides of the Realm as the Dark Lord seeks a Map Tom holds that is a means for the Dark Lord to recreate the Realm in his own image.

And if you like it, please drop a review on Amazon.

Here’s some links to the book to download from Amazon:

Enjoy the book, and please spread the word to any parents with 8+ year old kids!

Commando – Episode 400

Commando

Mark and Sam watch the blood run free with Commando!

and Mark has a new book out in the Amazon Kindle store, a fantasy-adventure for kids of all ages, click on the link: The Boy Who Got Lost In Dreams

The Boy Who Got Lost In Dreams

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Independence Day: Resurgence – Episode 399

Independence Day Resurgence

Mark and Sam go colonial and discuss Independence Day: Resurgence

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