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Tread Perilously — Doctor Who: The Caves of Androzani

Tread Perilously continues its Doctor Who month with Peter Davison’s swansong in “The Caves of Androzani.” When the Doctor and Peri arrive on Androzani Minor, they find themselves caught up in the complex struggle to control a substance known as … Continue reading

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Tread Perilously — Alias: The Nemesis

Tread Perilously goes through the looking glass as Erik experiences his first episode of Alias: “The Nemesis.” When Sydney is alerted to the survival of Allison, her father also puts her in charge of Sloan as he continues his new … Continue reading

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Tread Perilously — Firefly: The Train Job

Tread Perilously draws a line in the sand and courts controversy with its first — and possibly only — trip to Joss Whedon’s Firefly. When Captain Malcolm Reynolds agrees to steal an unspecified cargo from a mag-lev train on its … Continue reading

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Tread Perilously — The Night They Saved Christmas

Tread Perilously dives into the center of the Christmas spirit with a grouchy Santa and oil explorations in The Night They Saved Christmas (Now available on Amazon Video!). An oil-digger’s family is abducted by Santa’s chief elf in an attempt … Continue reading

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Bye Week, Part II

With the New Year upon us, I also have to claim a bye week (as opposed to the last couple which were scheduling difficulties). There’s plenty to talk about, but it needs more organization than I can give it today. … Continue reading

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Dune: A Flawed Work

Due to last week’s holiday and various scheduling snafus, I’ve been scooped. Lindsey, the Nostalgia Chick, outlined a few of the very things I wanted to talk about as far as Dune’s flaws go: expo-dumping and the whispering of thoughts. … Continue reading

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Dune: An Adaptation

Before we get into the myth of the six-hour version, I think we need to address the adaptation of the film. For years, the film was derided as “unfaithful.” When SyFy made its miniseries version, they touted it as being … Continue reading

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