Saturday, September 14, 2019

February 1999: Ylla by: Ray Bradbury (Review)



"Ylla" (February 1999/2030) First published as "I'll Not Ask for Wine" in Maclean's, January 1, 1950. Publication date: May 4, 1950 Author: Ray Bradbury Publisher: Doubleday

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Friday, September 13, 2019

M*A*S*H Is Still A Force To Be Reckoned With



My MASH series review video is developing an audience. Nearly 800 views, 9 thumbs up and zero thumbs down. Not bad for my little channel. I followed that series review video up with this playlist featuring review videos for each of the legendary show's 11 seasons....and I fully intend to return one day with review videos for each of the show's 255 episodes.

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Everyone Loves H.P. Lovecraft





In late 2018 and early 2019 I embarked on a mission to record a review video for each and every classic tale of horror by HP Lovecraft. To be completely honest, I now know that I missed a few - which I fully intend to go back and tackle later. But in the meantime, my initial collection of review videos has recently started to find an audience. Everyone Loves H.P Lovecraft, whether they know it or not, and as his long belated popularity continues to grow, so too does the popularity of my video series which is beginning to find an audience.

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Viewers Love 'The Veldt' by Ray Bradbury



""The Veldt" is a science fiction short story by American author Ray Bradbury. Originally appearing as "The World the Children Made" in the 23 September 1950 issue of The Saturday Evening Post, it was republished under its current name in the 1951 anthology The Illustrated Man....

and my review of the story on youtube is developing a following. 12 thumbs up, 0 thumbs down, and nearly 700 views so far - all strong statistics for my little channel.

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SeaQuest DSV Has A Following in 2019



I recorded my series review video for SeaQuest DSV in late May 2019. The video has been picking up speed recently - generating 800 views, 6 new subscribers, 15 thumbs up (to just 1 thumbs down), and a load of watch-time minutes (relative to my little channel.) It just goes to show that youtube remains difficult to predict, and that SeaQuest DSV still has a following in 2019.

Isn't it about time for a SeaQuest reboot?

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Gettysburg (Review)



This war drama depicts one of the biggest events of the American Civil War, the Battle of Gettysburg. The massive three-day conflict begins as Confederate General Robert E. Lee (Martin Sheen) presses his troops north into Pennsylvania, leading to confrontations with Union forces, including the regiment of Colonel Joshua Chamberlain (Jeff Daniels). As the battle rages on and casualties mount, the film follows both the front lines and the strategic maneuvering behind the scenes. Release date: October 8, 1993 (USA) Director: Ronald F. Maxwell Music composed by: Randy Edelman Box office: 12.7 million USD Awards: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Non-Fiction Special

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

SLUMMING IT ,AGAIN



I've been working, but its been awhile since the last time I dragged a camera to the job. So today, I began work on an low end efficiency unit I've had to paint from time to time over the past 15 years.

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Monday, September 9, 2019

Fear The Walking Dead S5 EP13 "Leave What You Don't" (Review)



Logan's motives are revealed; Sarah, Dwight, and Luciana negotiate for the sake of the mission; Strand and Alicia race to the aid of a new survivor in a familiar place; a dangerous threat emerges.

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