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Goodbye Dr. Larry Lewis

Goodbye Dr. Larry Lewis

Pat Kilbane February 10, 2014 0

Dr. Larry Lewis, our good friend and colleague, passed away at the end of January this year.  I first knew Dr. Lewis as my therapist as he helped me navigate the turmoil of television

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Aliens: The Sitcom

Aliens: The Sitcom

Pat Kilbane November 5, 2013 0

Hosts is  a  parody of the Alien franchise and a satire of showbusiness in general.  We originally did it as part of a pilot for EscapistMagazine.com, but they allowed us to air it on

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Richard Kiel: Giant-Sized Autograph

Richard Kiel: Giant-Sized Autograph

Pat Kilbane March 2, 2013 0

Having grown up in the ’70s and ’80s, Roger Moore was always my 007, and Richard Kiel as “Jaws” was always my quintessential Bond villain.  Richard was signing autographs at Fangoria’s LA show back

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Superhero Fashion Designer

Superhero Fashion Designer

Pat Kilbane February 16, 2013 1

“Emile Castelle: Superhero Fashion Designer” was part of The Pat Kilbane Show pilot of early 2003.  It’s a mash-up of comic book culture and the old show Fashion File from the Style Network.  I

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Zombie Survival: Bomb Shelter Living

Zombie Survival: Bomb Shelter Living

Pat Kilbane October 25, 2012 0

If you’re thinking about zombie survival this Halloween season, check out this post I did for the Kit Up! blog on Military.com last year: Most discussions about surviving a zombie apocalypse center around gearing up

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The Consequences of “Going Loud” on Zombies

The Consequences of “Going Loud” on Zombies

Pat Kilbane October 23, 2012 0

You know that shooting an unsuppressed firearm is going to attract zombies to your location… but how many?  I tackled this issue in this post I did for Military.com. In “The Walking Dead” and other

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The Aliens M41A Pulse Rifle

The Aliens M41A Pulse Rifle

Pat Kilbane October 14, 2012 0

  (An interesting post I wrote in December 2011 for Military.com) Well thought out equipment is huge for me in the enjoyment of science-fiction fare, so I wanted to take a moment to praise

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A G.I. Joe Tribute to “The Thing”

A G.I. Joe Tribute to “The Thing”

Pat Kilbane September 17, 2012 0

When you’re a kid, playing with dolls and action figures is a great world-building exercise. The toys provide a nice jumping-off point, leaving it up to your imagination to create the characters, story, weather

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A Good Skull for the Screen

A Good Skull for the Screen

Pat Kilbane August 7, 2012 0

The human skull is an iconic symbol of horror and can be used to great effect if you’re building a macabre world. I made this distressed cranium on the cheap from a $35 plastic

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Thoughts on Rod Serling

Thoughts on Rod Serling

Pat Kilbane March 15, 2012 0

Rod Serling had quite an influence on me as a young fan of science-fiction.  I was eleven when I first discovered his show The Twilight Zone and became borderline obsessed with it.  I scoured the TV

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