Sinbad And The Pirate Princess Is Here!

Our Belle gets her pirate on in Sinbad and The Pirate Princess!


Want some adventure in your life? A little mystery? Some action, pirates and princess?

Then check out my audio play “Sinbad and the Pirate Princess” being released on CD and iTunes on August 12th!

Starring Caroline Munro and Martine Beswick of Bond fame, Mark Redfield and me!

Pre-order here: and share the excitement with your friends and family! Plus, if you pre-order a CD, you’ll receive a poster as well!

Join us on the high seas as Sinbad and the crew take on bloodthirsty pirates, evil queens and a dark mystery!

An audio-adventure in 4 chapters–
on CD and iTunes and other platforms.
Starring the voices of Caroline Munro, Martine Beswick and Mark Redfield.
And the voice talents of Mary Anne Perry, J.R. Lyston, Ron Burr, Eric Supensky, Belle Burr and Michael Butscher.
With the Music of Rimsky-Korsakov and Gustav Holst
Audio Engineers: Jay Chapin…

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The Defenders Are Here!

Belle on #TheDefenders!

Pop Culture Uncovered

Marvel and Netflix came out swinging tonight at San Diego Comic Con, dropping not one, not two but four brand new trailers which, for the first time, linked all of The Defenders (and one Punisher) together.

Let’s take a look!

Luke Cage:

With Ol’ Dirty Bastard as a background we watch Luke take apart some fools in Harlem before being confronted by Cottonmouth, it’s awesome and tells you everything you need to know about our reluctant hero.

Iron Fist:

We’re introduced to Danny Rand in almost virtual silence, it’s haunting and emphasises just how alone Danny feels as he returns home, a changed man, to a changed world.

SDCC Sizzle Reel – New York’s Heroes

Matt, Jessica, Luke, Frank and their allies’ stories are shown together, fully interconnected, for the first time. We get a look back to what they’ve already faced and a look forward at…

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SDCC: Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them Trailer

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As someone with a passing interest in the Harry Potter franchise (yes, I’ve seen all the movies. Yes, I liked them, but they’re just not as dear to my heart as other franchises are) I had heard about the newest installment: Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them and thought, ‘Huh, that’s cool?’

Well, the trailer is here and I have to say, now? I’m actually really, really interested in seeing this:

The cast is fantastic, the storyline (someone has accidentally let loose a bunch of magical creatures in New York) is interesting and there’s a joyfulness about the whole thing that appeals to me.

Looks like I’ll be looking for some beast myself this Thanksgiving!

Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them is out November 18, 2016 from Warner Brothers Studios.

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