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Trapped by the snow, the handful of passengers on a stranded air-liner find themselves retreading a classic story.
A Jovian gas extraction platform unexpectedly loses communication with it’s drill-head deep in the atmosphere below. Has the far end met with technical malfunction, a mutiny by the crew (or machinery), or something more sinister?
The first summit between the zombie nation and the terrified world that quarantined it is already off to a rocky start, so when a conspiracy is uncovered by a bi-partisan team of organisers they realise they will have to act to preserve the fruits of their work.
Conservative leader’s UK Election Climate Debate ice sculpture stand-ins.
Official Monster Raving Loony Party
Film – Prospero’s Books (1991)
Film – The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (1989)
Play – The Tempest
RPG – Apocalypse World by Lumpley Games
Boardgame – Airline (1985)
Boardgame – Poleconomy
Loading Ready Run – Canadian comedy video producers, and the organisers of the Desert Bus For Hope charity.
RPG – Zombie World – (What Craig was talking about ~ T. Jones)
RPG – Zombie Cinema – (What Ben was talking about ~ T. Jones)
Film – Jupiter Ascending (2015)
TV – V (1984 – 85) and V (2009 – 11)
Film – Spaceballs (1987)
RPG – Eclipse Phase by Posthuman Studios
RPG – Shock by Xenoglyph / Joshua A. C. Newman
Alienation according to Marx
Film – Event Horizon (1997)
Film – The Thing (1982)
Video Game – Dead Space (2008)
RPG – Our Last Best Hope by Magpie Games
Film – Alien (1979)
Film – Warm Bodies (2013)
TV – iZombie (2015 19)
TV – Daybreak (2019-)
Film – One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing (1975) – (ooh, a 1970’s Disney live action film with a Peter Ustinov in a role with an obviously problematic name! Pass? ~T. Jones)
RPG – Microscope – Lame Mage Productions
RPG – Maschine Zeit by Machine Age Productions
I saw “Prospero’s Books” the same year it was released in an “art theater”. It was very good, but I remember two things about the movie: Everyone, and I mean everyone, was naked at least once during the movie. Including Sir John Gielgud, his modesty protected by a corner of a table.
And the actor who played Caliban must have been in pain considering how he was trussed up…