The movie is fantastic in every way. It’s a great movie in its own right and starts the Enterprise crew fresh. For this Trek fan, it was exactly what I needed from the franchise. A paraphrased conversation with my sister-in-law summed it up best: Rebecca: “The whole time I was thinking ‘I’m watching Star Trek! […]
Kate Beaton‘s illustration perfectly captures my excitement for the upcoming Star Trek flick, which I gather is as awesome as it sounds. Now go check it out on her site, which you should already have bookmarked. Engage.
So, the Sci-Fi Channel is becoming Syfy. We could endlessly debate the merits of the name, the logo, and their new mission to stray from their core content (science fiction). But there are others, fervent individuals, who are doing this good work already. What I would like to point out is what you see if […]
Serpent and the Rainbow! I don’t remember the name of this kooky faux-African woodcut font (anyone?), but Taco Salad (kindly identified by Stewf) is the exact wrong typeface for this kind of thing. I typically see it attached to kid’s programs and ads for low-rent Caribbean packages. I’m having a hard time figuring out who […]
Good god, I love this movie. Clip embedded below the fold.
I’m watching the NBC coverage of the Olympic Games opening ceremony and two things occur to me: 1) Someone please pack the commentators into a van and make them disappear. I didn’t even know it was possible to be that inane. 2) I don’t have an image to link to at the moment to support […]
One of these days, the powers that be in the entertainment industry will realize how valuable a robust offering online will be to their bottom line and their audience share. Until then, we’ll just need to keep an eye out for the more enticing furtive steps in their slow toddle toward the inevitable. As someone […]
A few friends of mine and I saw Cloverfield on Saturday and I was very pleased with the film. It delivered exactly what it needed to and told a convincing and engaging tale from a unique perspective. For those not familiar, Cloverfield is the creation of J.J. Abrams, the creator of Lost. It tells the […]
Have you seen the new American edition of Creature Comforts? If not, you should make a point of getting in front of your TV on Monday at 8pm and flipping to CBS. It is a thoroughly entertaining and oddly soothing bit of TV.
28 Weeks Later is a music video. Well, a series of them. A shame, really. Its predecessor, 28 Days Later, was an excellent reinvigoration of the zombie attack genre.