Jul 29

Alex Trebek: “Star Citizen, Half-Life 3, Winds of Winter, Doors of Stone, functional American politics.”

Jul 7

Rogue One isn't great. At least not for characters. The set pieces were good. And that Vader hallway scene was tight. They should do a whole movie about him just fucking people up. 

Jul 7

The Last Jedi is the best of the Disney Star Wars movies, too.

May 15

Aw man, isn't that the truth. The Short Trek with Spock and Number One was just a damn delight. It was perfect and their chemistry is something I'm really looking forward to in SNW.

Apr 22

Dukat is an absolutely phenomenal villain, but the DS9 villain that always made my skin crawl and my blood boil was Winn Adami. She’s conniving, duplicitous, and downright evil. You cannot help but hate her and wish that Kira or Sisko could finally expose her crimes and reveal her to the wider universe for the monster Read more

Apr 22

This list reminds me that Dukat is the unparalleled Star Trek villain. I forgot what a wild arc he has, going from mustache twirler, to freedom fighter, to betrayer of the Alpha quadrant, to tragic father, to full on psychopath, to charismatic cult leader and eventually becoming the literal embodiment of evil. He’s Read more

Apr 15

I don't like to go on about how alluring actors are in such and such film but she had quite a look in Thor: Ragnarok. I mean, Care Blanchett is already a beautiful woman but it was the first time I was like "whoah, is it hot in here or is it just me?"

Apr 11

Yeah worried bout those county coroners making sure President Orange Flavor-Aid doesn’t look bad by blind eyeing the totals. 

Apr 6

The thing I remember the most vividly about the LotR movies was how completely and utterly they overshadowed the Star Wars prequels. I remember seeing a midnight premiere of Two Towers and the anticipation level in the theater was just insane. It was comparable to when I saw Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi i Read more

Apr 6

Next year is the 20th anniversary of 911.

It will also be 20 years that we all saw LOTR: Fellowship of the Ring. It was therapeutic for me at the time. I remember tearing up when the film opened and Galadriel says, “the world has changed” indeed it had...

Apr 1

There is probably some financial advantage if they wait to cancel until the governor officially extends the stay-at-home order to cover July. Then the Con can exercise the “force majeure” clauses in their contracts and claim forces beyond their control.

Apr 1

Lobbying for the inclusion of one of my favorite “loop” episodes, and one of my favorite hours of TV: Doctor Who’s “Heaven Sent”, one hell of a bird. Read more