Have you ever watched a movie and thought to yourself “Man, that would have been great except for the midiclorians?” or something similar? It turns out, you’re not alone. There’s a whole crew of folks all over the world who are taking commercially released films, and editing them for various reasons.
For the last few weeks, I have been working on-and-off on a new DIY tabletop game I’m calling The Galactic Patrol. I’m using models designed by Arian Croft, and licensed under a CC-BY-SA licence. Eventually, I’ll probably start using models of my own (Reach Out if you want to help with that!), but I’ll be keeping the CC-BY-SA license because I like it.
I’m always on the lookout for songs that sound like they belong in the soundtracks of Noir films set in smokey nightclubs. When I heard Speaking Of Happiness on the Resistance Radio soundtrack, it was exactly the kind of song I was looking for. I did some digging, and I was able to find the original rendition by an artist named Gloria Lynne.
Okay jazz fans! Last night I talked about Count Basie and Billie Holiday Live in 1937, Tonight I want to talk about a newly discovered collection of Jazz from the 30s. Specifically, I’m talking about The Savory Collection.
There is a free, full-length Firefly novel. I’ve written about this, in passing in the past, but I wanted to take a few minutes today to talk in more detail about the book, and it’s weird, wacky origin story. Buckle up, we’re heading back to the ‘verse.