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A Very Groovy Double Feature: A Ganache On The Street Report

Saturday night August 26th The Pint (or one half at least, more on that later) attended another double featurepalooza hosted by Connecticut Cult Classics at The Strand Theater in Seymour, CT. If you are a listener of our podcast or radio show, you have heard us gush over these events and interview the head of Read More

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Time Suck Theater Review: DeepStar Six

  Yes I am behind on my comic reading. And yes, I am at best halfway through most of the 2016/2017 season of any show I regularly watch. It quickly becomes obvious that besides long work hours and other commitments as an adult, I am so far behind because when I do have time, I Read More

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Aliens: Defiance #1

Writer- Brian Wood Artist- Tristan Jones Dark Horse Comics continues their long partnership with 20th Century Fox in publishing titles based on the 1979 Ridley Scott horror classic Alien, as well as its sequels. Brian Wood (The Massive, Moon Knight) scripts this new series set between the first and second films, with art supplied by Read More

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Albums That Resonate: Blood Sugar Sex Magik

Blood Sugar Sex Magik

Here at FtH we have done a few shows that highlight our love of music. You may know that I have an affinity for the conceptual sci fi storytelling and prog metal stylings of Coheed and Cambria, while Vinnie cries himself to sleep whilst listening to Jimmy Buffet warble on about meat sandwhiches. Oh, and Read More

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The Sandman #6 “24 Hours”

Recently, during one of our challenge episodes of the fantastic podcast From The Hip, my cohost and buddy Sir Jon offered me this as my challenge. Read the first trade paperback of the Neil Gaiman penned comic series The Sandman. Now this, unlike the feat of strength and pure willpower that host and former friend Read More

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FtH Comics Corner: The Sandman #6 “24 Hours”

  Recently, during one of our challenge episodes of the fantastic podcast From The Hip, my cohost and buddy Sir Jon offered me this as my challenge. Read the first trade paperback of the Neil Gaiman penned comic series The Sandman. Now this, unlike the feat of strength and pure willpower that host and former Read More

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FTH Comics Corner: Superman: American Alien #1

Max Landis, writer of the found footage superhero film Chronicle, and son of Hollywood director John Landis, gives writing comics a go, and sets his sights on penning a good Superman story. This should be easy, as Supes has 75 plus years of history to mine from, and is one of the most recognized figures Read More

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FTH Comics Corner: Back To The Future

IDW, just in time to coincide with Back To The Future Day, celebrated on October 21st of this year, has begun releasing a miniseries based on the hit trilogy of films. Bob Gale, writer and producer of the films, lends his talents to creating a series of new short stories, featuring the characters fans have Read More

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FTH Film Review: Spectre

James Bond returns for his 24th big screen adventure, Spectre. Given the high number of installments in the franchise, the odds would dictate that the quality of these films would have to fluctuate. This is true, for every Goldfinger, there has been a Moonraker. The good news for Bond fans across the globe is that Read More

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Hello From The Hipsters!

John Amenta here, otherwise known as Johnny Ganache, The D.A., not Sir Jon, or the other guy on FTH named John. Keep an eye on our new site for all kinds of cool articles and reviews. Keep listening to the show and come back here for high quality brain candy!

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