He doesn’t deny it. The Outer Limits inspiration is *in* Watchmen. Go read the scene near the end where the newly incognito Silk Spectre and Nightowl visit her mother. Check out what she’s watching on TV. He lists the episode title and everything.
This is not a jail this is a bedroom display at your local Ikea.
If such a particle existed, and given how much dark matter we expect there to be in the universe, such a particle should at some point have caused an unexplained gunshot-like wound in a human being
I can only figure Eisenhorn was the Abnett property chosen because it would make for a much smaller and easier to budget show.
Aw, I wanted a Gaunt’s Ghosts series instead.
Why would you buy a Bob Ross painting? His whole schtick was in teaching you to make art YOUR way. His happy little trees weren’t meant to be masterpieces, they were meant to be inspiration for everyone.
I watched this yesterday and I am still infuriated that they are just sitting in boxes. At least some are going to the Smithsonian, but they should be available for people to appreciate.
Almost never. Which makes some sense, as there’s a LOT of content there. And even mentioning the old stories is often tricky.
She actually traveled for a bit with Eight in the audios, I believe.
You dig up a doctor, and you pay him 20 menthol Kools to do a surgical shine job on your eyeballs.
According to British tabloid The Mirror Doctor Who’s twelfth season will include an episode in which Mary Shelley is inspired to write Frankenstein after meeting the Cybermen.
So a rip off on the ....
They meant a NEW Monster Squad TV show right? Cause there was one in the 70's with Gofer from Love Boat!
SWEET GRANDMOTHER-TYPE PASSERBY (sing-song voice): “Is this your car?”
KID: (about to take a sip, but lowers bottle): “Who’s asking?”
PASSERBY: “Oh. I just meant—”
KID: “—I know what you meant. How about you keep it moving and drop the ‘Murder, She Wrote’ interrogation, Angela Nagsbury.”
PASSERBY: “Well aren’t you an…
Given the nature of the tv series, having each Power Rangers film not be related at all to each other doesn’t seem that odd to me.
Wasn’t there a fan-made Power Rangers short film a few years ago with Katee Sackhoff and James Van Der Beek? It was good, they should just hire those people to make it longer.
The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb is the Svengoolie movie this week. Hammer Films.
Probably gonna go the way of the Ultra shows on Crunchyroll. Meaning: watch what you can now, before they become exclusive to Mill Creek’s streaming service.
My reactions to this post, in order:
“Of course I’ve always known it was Robert Redford. How could you NOT know?”
“Wait, how old is the author of this post?”
“Wait... probably a lot of folks reading this who don’t know. But probably just a handful...”
“No, most folks reading this probably don’t know either.”