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It is a shocking, shocking thought, but it’s at least remotely possible that not everyone reading this is totally, intimately, word for word familiar with every single episode of Monty Python’s Flying Circus. (I know. It’s a mind bending concept. … Continue reading
You knew this was coming. My fondness for junky action movies in general, and the Fast and Furious series in particular is well known. I’ve always said F&F has heart, and most outings in the series have enough of that … Continue reading
Unless you have been living under a rock with no internet connection, have no interest in cars or British TV shows, or all three, it won’t be news to you that Jeremy Clarkson has been fired from Top Gear, that … Continue reading
One of the drawbacks of having a limited number of movie days on the schedule is the feeling that you really should go to the movies when you have a chance, even if there’s nothing out that you particularly want … Continue reading
That’s the Star Trek alien on the left, so the speaker is either the person in the striped sweater or the white Furry Snake Thing. It’s an interesting question, but secondary to the idea that it would be fun to … Continue reading
Went to an antique and vintage objects show today, and saw this sitting on top of a stack of pages from a disassembled reprint art book. Man, that’s a drawing. Tons of power in the technique, and of course I’m … Continue reading
Leonard Nimoy is gone, but Spock lives on. There’s a lot to say about Mr. Spock and his place on the list of oddly immortal characters to come out of the “good junk” range of low-to-middlebrow genre media. Most of … Continue reading
and around the world, kids are thanking Leonard Nimoy for the gift of Mr. Spock. Grownups too.
Deep, bitter cold didn’t keep your intrepid reviewers from heading over to the Cinemax this afternoon for the first movie day of the year. (Movie days are going to be fewer this year due to scheduling issues, but still, February. … Continue reading