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The Foundation Trilogy concists of: 1. Foundations 2. Foundation and Empire 3. Second Foundation The Foundation Trilogy is an epic science fiction series written over a span of forty-four years by Isaac Asimov. It consists of seven volumes that are closely linked to each other, although they can be read separately. The series is highly acclaimed, winning the one-time Hugo Award for "Best All-Time Series" in 1966.
 
A comedy podcast about things that are actually sad. Alice Fraser brings you a series of three solo stand-up shows, that explore the boundary between comedy and tragedy. You’ll meet her family, her foes and the extremely strange community she grew up in. Each show is in two acts, it will make more sense if you choose Act 1 first.
 
Use the skills of connection, communication, and cooperation to inspire customers, colleagues, friends, and family to say YES! The Trilogy of Yes (TM) Podcast is hosted by Andy Olen. Andy is a business executive, public speaker, and author. His easy-to-use and powerful Trilogy of Yes insights will help you succeed in business and in life.
 
Dark Quest is the second volume of the Targa Trilogy, which is the cornerstone of the epic fantasy Alcea Collection which spans seventeen volumes in three series. The Targa Trilogy began with Origin Scroll. The evil magician, Sarac, has been banished to another Universe, but his followers strive to free him. Sarac’s assistant. Mordac, gathers hundreds of dark magicians and instructs them to gather every book in the world, no matter what it takes. While his minions brutally execute his orders ...
 
This is the story of Harper Rose, a local Sheriff hunting down killers in the United Cities of America. Harper lives in a world set one thousand years in the future, a world ravaged by global warming, but Harper doesn't know that. In fact, nobody does. In Harper's world, everyone prays to the Goddess Gara, but no one seems to question why. Season 1 follows Harper as she hunts down a killer that is killing women all over New York City, with the help of law legend Sheriff Kane. In Season 2, Ha ...
 
Ages ago, elves and dwarves unknowingly migrated between Universes via a Junction. Jenneva and Egam believe they have found a Junction and plan a trip with Alexander to test the theory and investigate the origins of the elves and dwarves. Because they believe that the perennial animosity between the two races is due to misunderstandings about their histories, the mages include the prince of elves and the prince of dwarves in the group. Trouble begins at the very start of the journey as Egam ...
 
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In which one host rediscovers Melanie Griffith. And a few other things to be thankful for ahead of Thanksgiving. Such as: The fact that this film is not the Tiffany Haddish comedy from a few years ago. Although we haven't seen that flick so maybe we are wrong. Wrong like the perennial loser character played by Paul Newman in THIS Nobody's Fool. Alt…
 
We test our commitment to sequels as we choose to visit three horror franchise hotels again... ... and it's THE DEVIL'S REJECTS getting the poor Airbnb review. This is just one of many hot takes as we sing the praises of PSYCHO 2 and DOCTOR SLEEP. For that your favorite TRILOGY IN THEORY hosts assign blame on everyone but themselves: A podcast hist…
 
In which a director's cut almost causes a divorce... ...but thankfully Mike Flanagan's DOCTOR SLEEP is so good that both your hosts remain married. The tragedy of our respective wives lives is our listeners gain as we do a poor job of maintaining our glee for Stephen King's course correction of THE SHINING cinematic universe. However... we still lo…
 
In which we support divorce for the Zombies. That's a bit unfair to Sheri Moon Zombie as she represents only one third of THE DEVIL'S REJECTS. She is also not a clown. And on this episode we encourage people to slap clowns. But do we really want to slap clowns? Tim Curry was fine. This is not fine. Stop playing Free Bird, Rob Zombie. It's beneath e…
 
In which we have fun with gaslighting. As long as that gaslighting is being done to a serial killer! It's fun we promise. Along the way we talk about what many may perceive to be a great insult to classic cinema in the first sequel to PSYCHO but we look upon with great reverence for inspiring the likes of SCREAM 3 or more importantly... JAY AND SIL…
 
We let a trilogy of films ask the questions... ...and then question why the characters in said films asked them. However we do manage to challenge each other on a few points: Why has it taken one host THIS LONG to watch TOMBSTONE and does he feel like less of a man because of this absence in his life? Is John Cusack more annoying than ghosts? And c…
 
Doddering old podcast hosts try to remember the three films they watched last month. And the only reminder we get from our friends on the Internet is that we discussed Rian Johnson's STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI. Those comments were pleasant, as usual. But fear not! For the them of this month that we stole from Akira Kurosawa's RASHOMON is that we can …
 
In which we discuss the movie that caused us to lose faith in our fellow man. Among other things. Anyway this is an episode about STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI which proved that once and for all that a small minority of obnoxiously loud Star Wars fans are neither fans of Star Wars nor movies. On the first part we can now agree with them as we are tired …
 
In which we discuss an ample bosom. And missiles. Also Brian De Palma's SNAKE EYES. We like to think that the director would be proud of this. For Nicolas Cage with runaway chest hair, hideous fashion sense and overall just being loud in every capacity calls for an episode... ...on the ample bosom of cinema. Enjoy! Support what we do with bonus con…
 
In which we discover that Akira Kurosawa did not in fact make a film similar to BARBERSHOP. As it's long been said by one host on this show "a Kurosawa film is the bran muffin of cinema." Yes, dear listeners... it is probably time that we retreat back to yet another Tarantino film on this feed. However while we're here we might as well try and disc…
 
As usual... this episode starts with our segment called Ask Women As Answered By Two Men. And it goes horribly wrong for one co-host. While the other one giggles we get back to the online arguments that we are comfortable with: movie trilogies of our own making. This month it was a combination of Sidney Lumet's 12 ANGRY MEN, Quentin Tarantino's THE…
 
If two movie podcast hosts find themselves in a bunker during the end of the world... they still grumble about J.J. Abrams. ...HOWEVER, we aren't total elitist snobs. An insult to Terrence Malick is included in the first two minutes of this episode. That means it only takes two minutes to conclude that your hosts can never be pleased. Except if you…
 
This is a movie podcast hosted by two dudes. So here's another Tarantino movie. The difference is that this time it's the lesser host Web's favorite QT flick. One could blame the better host (and author of these show notes) Mike for not seeing this coming... but the author of these show notes is far more comfortable blaming his partner on this podc…
 
One host has a new favorite movie... and it's no longer Guy Ritchie's SNATCH. Meanwhile the other host is hoping for a "sluttier" version of the classic 12 ANGRY MEN... and THANKFULLY there exists a cable tv version starring Jack Lemmon and James Gandolfini. Sexy. But that is for another episode of TRILOGY IN THEORY as this month's theme is kicked …
 
We start with funny books, hate on true stories and in the end save all the compliments for ourselves. It's the ultimate team-up as your two hosts take on the likes of great artist such as Darwyn Cooke, Quentin Tarantino and then we throw in Guy Ritchie because even we make mistakes! But this matters not as we can rewrite our own reality with a his…
 
Not since the hosts of this very podcast has there been a more handsome team-up. Slightly better hair on Leo and Brad, though. We should hate them. But we don't. Although it took one host a few rides out to the squatters known as the Manson family before it clicked. This Brad Pitt guy really IS incredibly handsome. And cool. We should just hang out…
 
Your much beloved hosts team up to take down a cannibal... ... and also Guy Ritchie's film adaptation of THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. which is just silly. Silly in that the sell by date for this particular IP is well past relevancy? Silly in that we find it more absurd than our previous selected film which features a shapeshifting martian saving the wor…
 
One host gets his way to take this podcast direct-to-video... ...and then keeps apologizing for it. Is it because he does not enjoy our selection of JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE NEW FRONTIER? No. But he does admit that his reasoning is he bought a new toy to sit on his shelf and so here we are as we kick off a team-up trilogy with Darywn Cooke's all-hands-o…
 
We restrain ourselves... in a trilogy on film love excess. The three films selected not only are a celebration of three prior months/trilogies on this podcast... I'll wait as you go back and download every single episode. Ahem... THEY ARE ALSO doing a cover of sort of The Master of Suspense as we get callbacks to PSYCHO in Brian De Palma's DRESSED …
 
We take a trip based solely on our love for pudding. And also Alfred Hitchcock's PSYCHO. And Woody Allen's BLUE JASMINE... or Cate Blanchett's BLUE JASMINE if you'd rather. But in a third act twist (and one host hates that it comes to this) you have our resident Criterion Collection hater who waits for our wrap-up show to finally warm to Paul Thoma…
 
In which Cate Blanchett has more than a few financial problems but is still better off than people who spend their time podcasting. Anytime now, Spotify. Anyway... Ms. Blanchett is great here. As is Sally Hawkins. And we suppose the director (WHO SHALL REMAIN NAMELESS) does some fine work as well. Casting Louis CK as The Other Man was a curious cho…
 
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