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Episode 88: Script Justification Technology

May 9th, 2014 | Robin

In the Gaming Hut, Robin asks Ken to specify a suitable period of occult ferment and together they riff it into a DramaSystem Series Pitch.

We unseal the stone door of the Mythology Hut to give Lilith the once-over.

The Cinema Hut joins forces with the Horror Hut as we mull the current cycle of haunting movies.

Finally, we respond to a Justin Mohareb request for Ken’s Time Machine. The suspicious revocation of Richard Nixon’s FBI application sure smells like time stream interference. Did Ken do this, or was it the work of a rogue time effectuator he must now reverse?

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4 Responses to “Episode 88: Script Justification Technology”

  1. Philippe Marcil says:

    You guys should do a Patreon for your podcast,

    I would like to give you money for the amazing podcast but I wasn’t sure about the best way to do it. It came to me that Patreon with small pay out per episode would be perfect.


  2. Dear Ken and Robin (mostly Robin),

    As a long time fan of Feng Shui, I am looking forward to the new edition. I am very curious about the thinking behind the changes in the junctures. Why did you decide to leave 1850 alone, while advancing the ancient and future junctures? And why nuke the Architects out of their future? Do these setting changes relate to any of the mechanical changes in the second edition?


  3. Jeromy French says:


    Jackson, Shirley (1959) – The Haunting of Hill House
    MacDonald, George (1895) – Lilith: A Romance.
    Stoker, Bram (1897) – Dracula.

    The Tomb of Dracula (1972-1979) Marvel comic series

    Doctor Who
    True Blood

    The Amityville Horror (1979) by Stuart Rosenberg
    The Amityville Horror (2005) by Andrew Douglas
    The Conjuring (2013) by James Wan
    Dark Skies (2013) by Scott Stewart
    Deliver Us From Evil (2014) by Scott Derrickson
    The Exorcist (1973) by William Friedkin
    The Haunting (1963) by Robert Wise
    The Haunting (1999) by Jan de Bont
    Insidious (2011) by James Wan
    Insidious : Chapter 2 (2013) by James Wan
    The Messengers (2007) by The Pang Brothers
    The Omen (1976) by Richard Donner
    The Omen (2006) by John Moore
    The Others (2001) by Alejandro Amenábar
    Sinister (2012) by Scott Derrickson
    The Woman in Black (2012) by James Watkins

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