The Dune Saga Podcast (Scott Hertzog - The SciFi Diner Podcast; David Moulton - The Lancast; and Jim Arrowood - Jim's SciFi Blog) are taking a chronological journey through all the Dune novels, starting with the Legends of Dune by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, working our way through Frank Herbert's original Dune series, and moving our way beyond. Come join the conversation.
By The Dune Saga Podcast
Sexy, naughty, often kinky, and no more than 15 minutes long, each erotic episode is an invitation to join Kayar Silkenvoice in her exploration of the sensual side of life. Thoughtful, provocative, and creative, this writer and narrator of erotic stories podcasts her innermost thoughts, as well sex advice, erotica excerpts and poetry readings. Silken also has an album of erotic vignettes titled "AudioSensual Erotic Shorts" that is available on Amazon.com and iTunes. Visit www.SilkenOnSex.com for more juicy details OR stop by her sponsor www.AdamandEve.com and enter SILKEN into the coupon code field to save 50% on any item!
By Kayar Silkenvoice
The Red Room Podcast is a Podcast that discusses Television. Each Week They pick a new show or a new topic. Twin Peaks, The Wire, Battlestar Galactica, Sopranos, Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm and just about everything on HBO. It is a serious discussion about Art and televisioin. The website also has a blog with articles about Television at www.redroompodcast.com
By Scott Ryan and Joshua Minton
“Proudly Resents,” on itunes, Stitcher and ProudlyResents.com – the cult movie podcast, has been going for over a year. We talk about the best in bad movies w/ comics like Steve Agee, Jimmy Pardo, Al Madrigal, Chris Gore, Rob Schrab and writers from “The Daily Show,” “Colbert Report” & “Conan.” We talk to the people behind the scenes Tommy Wiseau from “The Room” actors from “Troll2,” “Pluto Nash,” Uwe Boll’s films, “Dirty Love” and the founder of the Razzies. “Proudly Resents” also had the exclusive interview with the man who claims he secretly directed the worst movie of all time, “The Room.”
By Adam Spiegelman