Episode One Hundred And Thirty Four – Tempest Redeye Flight

Tempest Redeye Flight
Tempest Redeye Flight

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.

Inverness

Our Inverness Episode.

Conservative leader’s UK Election Climate Debate ice sculpture stand-ins.

Official Monster Raving Loony Party

Lord Buckethead

Naugahyde

Naga

Peter Greenaway

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)

As I recall, looking at the box cover is about twice as exciting as playing the game.

Boardgame – Poleconomy

Auckland Roleplaying Guild

Loading Ready Run – Canadian comedy video producers, and the organisers of the Desert Bus For Hope charity.

Canadian National Film Board

Slow Television

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

Scrollable Ocean Map

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)

The Chronicles of Amber

RPG – Microscope – Lame Mage Productions

RPG – Maschine Zeit by Machine Age Productions

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One thought on “Episode One Hundred And Thirty Four – Tempest Redeye Flight

  1. John H Reiher says:

    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…

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