Episode Thirty Seven – Who’s Afraid Of The Big Bad Woolf?

Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Woolf?


Undead writers have risen from the grave to avenge their butchered screenplays.

A terrifying hybrid of predator and prey hides among its targets as they try to appeal to its oblivious creator.

An enigmatic television personalities dual life involves some very hardball interviews and terrible secrets.

A Fairy tale support group band together to confront the bane of their lives, and live with the consequences of that act.

An invasion of false gods or incompetent aliens? Humanity has some house-cleaning to do, either way.

Virginia Woolf and the play Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Michael Bay

Michael Moorcock

Geoffrey Chaucer and the The Canterbury Tales.

Starship Troopers by Robert A. Heinlein.

Starship Troopers by Paul Verhoeven

Wallace and Grommit

Sniping as a Point and click game – TF2 review

The Island of Doctor Moreau

The Bloomsbury Group

Winston Wolf from Pulp Fiction. Caution: clip was uploaded in 2007 and hasn’t been Content ID’d yet. Quality is marginal.

Ray Woolf isn’t on the internet a great degree, so here’s him letting Jon Pertwee get away with murder on his talk show.

Kevin’s review of Fate Worlds Volume 2: Worlds in Shadow

Leverage: The Roleplaying Game

Atomic Robo


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2 thoughts on “Episode Thirty Seven – Who’s Afraid Of The Big Bad Woolf?

  1. Hopeless says:

    A scared little girl has her fears calmed by the stories told to her by her Godmother whose tales eerily mirror reality as she brings fairy tales to the modern times where humanity is often the wolf in sheep’s clothing but sometimes its okay to be afraid especially if your fairy godmother happens to be the daughter off the biggest baddest wolf of them all!

  2. Tonya says:

    Yay! I could see that as either a short story or comic, or as a card game where each player has a -color-Hood phase where the girl must forage for story elements and get home safely, and a Gran’ma Wolf phase, where they pit their stories against the stories of other players. Only one family can win!

    I always enjoy the curve-balls you throw us, Hopless. Keep em coming!

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