I swear there will be new writing up soon, I’m working on finishing a slew of poems and have decided to serialize some of my short stories here so more people can read them.
In the mean time however learn about new podcast episodes of which I’m proud of!
In this episode David and Joshua are joined by self-proclaimed zombie expert DAN HENSLEY to discuss all things ZOMBIES. Including our favorite zombie movies, comics, games, books, and more!
The trio also discusses their favorite types of zombies.
Are you someone who prefers your undead to be slow and menacing or fast and terrifying? Are you a fan of the virus related zombification or would you prefer your brain-hungry ghouls to be of a more mystical origin?
We share our thoughts on these subjects and provide some sensible tips to help ensure you survive the inevitable undead uprising!
This episode kicks off our 2018 season of HORROR that will consist of a lineup of shows featuring a variety of spooky and frightening topics!
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s cinematic masterpiece 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY
On this episode of TRIO SIMPATICO David and Joshua are joined by returning guest DANIELLE RANDLES to discuss our recent viewing of this catalyst of science fiction film making.
During a limited re-release of the movie in select IMAX theaters we gathered a TRIO SIMPATICO contingent to take in the cosmic splendor of this Kubrick classic on the big screen! During this episode we share our thoughts about seeing the movie in IMAX for the first time and how that experience differs from previous viewings.
But we don’t simply end our discussion there! We also take this opportunity to talk about the little-known cinematic follow up to 2001, 1984’s 2010: THE YEAR WE MAKE CONTACT directed by Peter Hyams. We discuss the tremendous burden of this sequel, the impossibility of matching its predecessor, and the genuinely great things about this completely different but worthy film.
Plus we touch upon the companion novels by Arthur C. Clarke, how to make the name Keir Dullea sexy, and so much MORE! Listen HERE!
This is it! Trio Simpatico’s Solo: A Star Wars Story coup de grâce!
SPOILERS abound beyond this point as Joshua and David welcome guests TIM MCFARLAND and BRIAN ASHTON as the quartet undertakes a SOLO: DISSECTION episode!
Finally sitting down to tear into Solo: A Star Wars Story your co-hosts and their guests crack open the brand new Official Guide to the movie written by Lucasfilm story group head honcho Pablo Hidalgo!
Using the official guide as a map the group covers nearly every aspect of the film giving our opinions and commentary on what we liked, what we didn’t like, and what we hope to see in future STAR WARS ANTHOLOGY films!
PLUS if this conversation leaves you wanting more, fear not! As you’d expect by now with these episodes, we ran long and had to cut some sections for time, however we are putting those cut segments together for a future bonus episode!
As a prelude to our upcoming Solo: A Star Wars Story Dissection episode we present this BONUS episode! Recorded on location at DENNY’S as Joshua and David partake of the current SOLO themed meals and promotions!
With Peter Cetera serenading them and their fellow patrons, your co-hosts have a fast and loose conversation as they consume their STAR WARS inspired grub!
Listen in to get a quick behind the scenes peek at the lives of Dave and Josh as they prepare for an episode of the podcast, it’s like you’re sitting at the table with them at America’s Diner, Denny’s!
And stay tuned later this week for our full SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY Dissection episode!
Below is a poem I recently wrote simultaneously with a short horror story. The short story was read on Trio Simpatico, the podcast I co-host. We produced the reading for our string of horror themed episodes in October, and a portion of the poem is used to close out that piece.
Both the story and the poem are based on a dream which my wife relayed to me one morning. Her dream was splendidly cryptic and contained some really frightening imagery. The short story, called Ghost Storm, is an elaboration of the nightmare as my wife told it to me, while the poem is more of an interpretation of the same basic ideas though most of the details are transferred to a completely different time and place.
If you’d like to hear our audio production of Ghost Storm click HERE I’ll most likely be posting the text here in the weeks to follow.
To celebrate the occasion of the day I present the following short horro story.
Last year this was turned into an audio reading by Jessica Burkhart and my podcasting partner David Tavolier for our podcast TRIO SIMPATICO but I realized I never posted the actual text anywhere. So here you are, I present to you in full Unrequited Death – 1870 by me, Joshua Scott Witsaman.
If you’d like to listen to the podcast featuring the reading simply go HERE!