“War of the Coprophages” X-Files episode (and actually the bug expert’s name is Bambi, not Bonnie…even better!)
First, I want to thank everyone that came out for my Lynch’s DUNE: Autopsy of a Hollywood Disasterpiece presentation at GMX. One mistake I made was saying the re-themed Dune boardgame, Rex: Final Days of Empire, was set in the Warhammer 40k universe. It is set in Fantasy Flight Games own Twilight Imperium universe. If you noticed any other mistakes please leave them in the comments.
Second, I want to thank @jshawhan for retweeting
which set this all in motion.
And of course there have been changes since the day of the presentation because my brain is a swarm of wasps. Let’s go:
Baron Harkonnen – Meat Loaf
Yes. YES. I’m pretty sure he already did this at some Mitt Romney rallies last election cycle.
Episode 67: Geek Girl Con 2014 and Geek Media Expo Vol 6
[When Feminists Attack presentation materials here. Dune the Musical casting coming soon.]
Geek Girl Con
Community Building (00:04:00)
Genre Talk (00:17:05)
Geek Media Expo
* D&D gets inclusive
* Women in the Horror Films of Vincent Price
* Cosplay Queens and Tied Up Teens
* My Gimpy Life - Season 2
* The Marble Hornets (2014)
* Nashville Improv
* Body Count Podcast Horror Film Screenings
* Nashville Cares
Thanks to all the awesome folks who came out to our presentations at Geek Media Expo this past weekend.
Access our slides and the handout for When Feminists Attack: Women and Horror Films below:
More to come on Meredith’s panel, David Lynch’s DUNE: Autopsy of a Hollywood Disaster Piece, later.
Next week we’ll be wrapping up both our experiences at Geek Media Expo and Fem’s experience at Geek Girl Con in a great big CONtober episode. Don’t miss it!
Episode 66: Salo or the 120 Days of Sodom
[Correction: Fem refers to the magistrate as being the executioner when in fact, this is the role of the bishop. Fem would also like to clarify and point out that Michel Foucault’s Discipline & Punish was published the same year Salo was released.]