Archives: 'November, 2008'

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November
2008

Episode 64 of Upon Further Review!

Once again we’ve returned with our usual dose of ideas, thoughts, and wholesome opinions (well, we hope they’re wholesome, anyway!) in Episode 64 of Upon Further Review!  In this episode we thank Chris for setting up our snazzy new Facebook page (you can find the link on our website) before moving on to the show at large: first, we hit from way downtown with our review of basketball; second, we consider the nature of good and evil as we look at the book Power, Love and Evil; and finally, we consider the comic stylings of Hans (but not Frans) as we take a listen to The NotHans Podcast.  As always, we appreciate your ideas and opinions, and as always, we really appreciate it when you spread the word about the show!  (As usual, podsafe intro music is provided by Sharif (“You’re My Girl”), outro by David Henderson (“We Gotta Go”).)

Reviewed in this show:

Basketball

Power, Love and Evil: Contribution to a Philosophy of the Damaged

The NotHans Podcast

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November
2008

Upon Further Review’s Second MiniReview!

As promised, here is the second of UFR’s minireviews, this one posted by Clea.  In this minireview Clea gets in touch with her inner pregnancy (her past one, of course…we’re plenty busy with our current child, believe us!) as she reviews the movie from SNL superteam Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, Baby Mama.  As before, we’d certainly be happy to receive your feedback and appreciate your support…and as previously mentioned, we’ll have a full show up soon.

Reviewed in this show:

Baby Mama

1
November
2008

Upon Further Review’s First MiniReview!

We’ve been thinking of a way to get shows out more often despite our busy schedule, and finally decided that having minireviews from time to time–in which one of us does a quick five or six minute bare bones take on only one topic–might be a way to tide you fine people over between our full shows.  Accordingly, we’re happy to present our first minireview, posted by Greg from his hotel room in Calgary (where he’s attending the World Fantasy Convention), in which he heads back to the mid fifties (or mid eighties, depending on your point of view) world of Indiana Jones with his review of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.  Please let us know whether you like this format–and don’t worry, it’s meant to supplement, not replace, our full-length productions!

Reviewed in this show:

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

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