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ars PARADOXICA is a love letter to physics, fiction, and the future. It's a disorienting journey through spacetime and the Cold War. It's a tome of secret history you stumbled across in a library in the dead of night.
It's an award-winning serial audio drama.
When an experiment in a time much like our own goes horribly awry, Dr. Sally Grissom finds herself stranded in the past and entrenched in the activities of a clandestine branch of the US government. Grissom and her team quickly learn that there's no safety net when toying with the fundamental logic of the universe.
The Far Meridian tells the story of Peri, an agoraphobic young woman, whose home starts to show up in a new location every day, spurring on a search for her missing brother.
The interstellar adventures of Feston, a former galactic bureaucrat, and PROXY, the onboard AI of his "certified pre-owned" StarTripper, as they scour the stars for the best life has to offer!
Do you think movies should polarize audiences and generate conversation? Or is it better to have everyone just love your movie, no questions asked? This week we have L. Jeffrey Moore, writer, producer and star of The Rage to talk about why he originally wrote the script and why he decided to bring this project to Alrik as a project to collaborate on. That, a discussion about polarizing films and of course, franchise films and if it’s ok to polarize audiences on a movie like Star Wars: The Last Jedi!