Today we talk with Annelise Baer about the Bro-Venture genre of adventure TV. We cover all the classics from Indiana Jones all the way to the most recent Unexplored and Unexplained. We talk about how these shows get made, and how they might evolve as TV switches to Streaming.
Yay! We're about halfway through the first season! I grossly underestimated how long it would take to review this series. There is just so much that needs to be addressed in each episode, it's daunting. I am learning to break-up the posts into smaller posts that I can then link you too for more information.... Continue Reading →
The ongoing saga that is Oak Island is back in the news again. Mainly due to the current claims of finding an ancient Roman sword in a ship wreck off the coast of said island. Which isn't entirely true, as we'll discuss later in another post. Until we're able to get to those posts... Continue Reading →
While I was critiquing the 3rd episode of America Unearthed Season 1, I came upon a few new artifacts/concepts in pseudoarchaeology. One in particular caught my attention, because as I worked to debunk it, the red flags around it grew. I realized that it really needs it’s own entry into the blog, because there is... Continue Reading →
Time for Episode Two! Again, there is just too much to cover here, so if you're just looking for a brief rundown feel free to skip to the In Summary section at the bottom, but don't be surprised if you ask me a question later I tell you to read the whole post. That said,... Continue Reading →
I've gone on about TV a lot on this blog, but I never really broke any one show down before. This is probably an issue since I do debunk pseudoscience and pseudoarchaeology and currently there are far to many shows on the air that fall deep into these categories. Ancient Aliens is in it's 7th... Continue Reading →
Well, we now know what a Cargo Cult is, and we are now up to date on the recent research into the Nasca Lines. What I haven’t brought you completely up to date on is the actual Ancient Alien Theory explanation of the Nazca lines. The History Channel sums it up pretty succinctly: Great Images being deliberately... Continue Reading →